CHARACTERISTICS OF A MEMBER OF THE PIVOT

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We are now into the third year of the publishing of the Pivot Review. Many new subscribers have joined along the way. Perhaps they do not know exactly what the “Pivot” is. The word is …


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ON MAKING STATE LAWS

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Who should make the laws governing the practice of chiropractic? We all understand that while the legislature makes the laws, their responsibility is to pass legislation that represents or reflects the will of the majority …


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CRITERIA FOR CARE

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The intention within a segment of the mixers in our profession is to perform the chiropractic procedure only on those people who manifest a diagnosed medical condition which has been deemed amenable to chiropractic. Unfor …


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THE CHIROPRACTIC OBJECTIVE

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It is important to continually clarify the objective of chiropractic. The tremendous growth of the profession in the last 75 years has created considerable confusion on the part of the public. That is not difficult …


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STRAIGHT CHIROPRACTIC

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Attempting to identify yourself as a straight chiropractor is becoming rather ludicrous. It’s ironic that the term was begun years ago by B.J. and resurrected again in the mid 70’s in order to clarify a …


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OBJECTIVES AND RESULTS

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Many of the problems within our profession, namely, the dissension, the wide variations in practice, and even the lack of acceptance comes from a confusion between our objective and the results of that objective. The …


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THOUGHT

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A thing moderately good is not so good as it ought to be.  Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice.  Thomas Paine, The American Crisis, December 23, …


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Intrinsic Value

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Often we lose the perspective of what we are doing, that of correcting vertebral subluxations, in contrast to what the medical doctor is doing, that of treating disease.  In presenting the straight chiropractic objective we …


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INNATE OR innate

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Recently an editorial appeared in a chiropractic publication (a very good publication which I recommend to every D.C.) which took to task the “trend among straight chiropractors to not capitalize innate intelligence.” There, I did …


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ODD, ISN’T IT?

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Chiropractors scream bloody murder when physical therapists try to obtain the right to “manipulate” the spine, saying the therapists are infringing upon the practice of chiropractic. Yet we have no qualms about attempting to infringe …


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