OSC, ThC, TSC part 3

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If the Objective Chiropractor addresses the vertebral subluxation and does not address the disease. the therapeutic chiropractor addresses only the disease. and the Traditional Chiropractor addresses the vertebral subluxation as the cause of disease, then what about:
1. The person with a disease not being manifested?
2. The person with a disease not being manifested… yet?
3. The person with no disease?
4. The person that has gotten well under chiropractic care, who now feels fine and has no apparent disease?
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  1. Tom 11/22/2014, 1:53 pm:

    Regardless of the presence or absence of disease, regardless of whether a person has one eye, a sprained ankle or is wearing a red shirt, that person, every person is always better off without vertebral subluxation than with to allow the ii of the body to more fully express itself across the full spectrum of human potentials.

  2. Joe Donofrio 11/22/2014, 4:30 pm:

    TOM seems to have said it all, and very simply. I do feel that red shirted folks do not need care………

    • Tom 03/04/2015, 4:28 pm:

      LOL, I missed that reply Joe D! Good one! 🙂
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      Folks, Joe Strauss has just come out with a new book in e-book format that contrasts the differences between Traditional Straight Chiropractic and Objective Straight Chiropractic.
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      With the changes taking place in chiropractic practice, education, and accreditation it is VITALLY important that EVERY chiropractor understands, practices and supports the approach that will be necessary for the survival of the profession.
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      This book tied up so many loose ends for me, and that’s coming from a NT (spinology) background! Best $10 bucks I’ve spent in a VERY long time! Get it and enjoy it!
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      http://store.chiropracticoutsidethebox.com/No-Mans-Land–ebook_p_92.html

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