Thoughts Archive:

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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Validation

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Validate is defined as, “to establish something as valid.” Does research validate our chiropractic philosophy or is the philosophy validated by the logic of its deductive reasoning and the authority of the 33 principles? If …


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Obama, The U.S. and Chiropractic

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Barak Obama does not love or even like the U.S. because of what it is or what it has been but because of what he expects to make it. On the contrary, he loathes what …


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Mixing….

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…Is caused by saying no to the truth of the chiropractic philosophy.


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Q&A #71 Peer Review

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What makes a review by someone “equal” to you, a peer valuable? By an authority peerhaps, but not by a peer. For that matter of what value is a bibliography? Because someone else has written …


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Slipping and Checking

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Watch out for the ice. It’s a little late to check your slipping when you’re between heaven and earth.


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Grafting

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Originally the word grafted, in the Greek, had the connotation of being impregnated, taking on a new character but still maintaining some of the qualities or characteristics of the original organism and not just physical. …


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Chiropractic v. Medicine

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The difference between chiropractic and medicine has nothing to do with its method. It has to do with its basis. It’s basis is not: 1. drugless vs. drugs 2. conservative vs radical care. 3. natural …


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The Diagnosis Dilemma

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The issue of diagnosis is the 600 pound gorilla in the room. It is always dangerous. Least dangerous to most dangerous: 1. Refusing to make a diagnosis and an explanation of why. 2. Failing to …


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Quote

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Freedom is the right to exercise self-discipline-Edmund Burke.


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