Crisis

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A crisis means there is no solution. As long as there exists a solution, there is no crisis. Is there a crisis in chiropractic?

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  1. David Suskin 01/22/2016, 2:06 pm:

    Crisis – a difficult or dangerous situation that needs serious attention—usage (Merriam-Webster).
    That does not mean NO solution. It means the Possibility of No solution.
    Big difference.
    Yes, there is a crisis in Chiropractic and potentially within each Chiropractor as it pertains to ‘the practice of, the understanding of, the application of, the definition of, the communication of, etc.’
    Meaning, on an individual practitioner level, there might not be.

  2. David Suskin 01/23/2016, 1:13 am:

    Joe,
    You said: ‘A crisis means there is no solution. As long as there exists a solution, there is no crisis.’
    But one does not always know IF there is a solution or will be a solution.
    Are you saying that a crisis is only established after the fact of finding out that there was no solution? Something that will be discovered in the future, And within a complete ADIO viewpoint, the implications are that there Are No Crises? That all is accounted for? (ui, ii, LOM, 33Ps, ADIO) That the perception of crisis is an illusion? That there is always a solution except it might not be known, but it will be inevitably exposed or discovered within an ADIO viewpoint? If that is the case, then there IS No crisis in chiropractic.
    Or, within the Merriam-Webster lexiconic usage of the word ‘crisis’, my original reply stands (might be OIBU viewpoint or something else?)

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