Patient Education Archive:

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.

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We are all born with an innate intelligence that is 100%, making us all equal in that way with regard to biological life (the expression of innate intelligence through matter). We (human beings) all have …


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Did Archimedes Prove Chiropractic (once and for all)?

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The only form of chiropractic that can be accepted based upon clinical/rational results is objective straight chiropractic, in part,  because of the limitations of its claims. If just one person in all of history got well with or …


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Educating non-English speaking PMs

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A problem with practice member education for non-English speaking people is that we tend to explain chiropractic in a mechanistic model like a hard bone on a soft nerve, using anatomy and physiology concepts, and …


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Position Paper # 4 OSC Terminology

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The purpose of words is to communicate thoughts and ideas. Part of the big idea or one of the big ideas of objective straight chiropractic is that it is not medicine. Chiropractic is unique. Further, …


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Position Paper #2 Traditional Straight Chiropractic (TSC)

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Traditional Straight Chiropractic is a term coined to differentiate two groups of chiropractors who both claim to be straight and who both model their type of practice in some way after the philosophy developed by …


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Informed Consent

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(4th Friday Philosophy-a week late) “Informed Consent” is an important and necessary aspect of objective straight chiropractic care, however, we understand the term in a different way than most. Medically speaking, “informed consent” means that …


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Intelligent Design

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As the Delaware River winds its way through the mountains along the Pennsylvania-New Jersey border, it forms a gap aptly called the Delaware Water Gap.  At a certain point on Interstate 80, one can see …


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I’ve said it before but it bears repeating…no.2

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RE:PRACTICE MEMBERS, When the rate of forgetting exceeds the rate of learning, you have lost them.


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The Significance of Vertebral Subluxation

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Because you cannot necessarily measure the difference between being subluxated and being unsubluxated does not decrease that difference. The only question we must ask and answer: “Is that difference significant?” Perhaps we have not scientifically established that yet …


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Is There a Difference Between a Response and a Reaction?

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A response is the action of the innate intelligence of the body in continuing the adaptive process. Example: A “working muscle” according to Advanced Muscle Palpation is a response as opposed to a spastic muscle …


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