THE ROLE OF CHIROPRACTIC

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Some time back an article appeared in one of the chiropractic publications comparing the allopathic approach and the chiropractic approach. “The allopaths look upon the musculoskeletal system as a porter or low motor system of …


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PATIENT EDUCATION- IS IT IMPORTANT ANYMORE?

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In the past patient education has always been the key to a successful practice. During the period from 1920 through the mid-1970’s those chiropractors who were the best communicators built the largest practices. Those that …


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HOW DO YOU LISTEN TO INNATE?

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The subject of “listening to Innate” is probably one of the most confusing aspects of the chiropractic philosophy. B.J.’s writings on the subject are extensive yet tend to be confusing and misunderstood by most chiropractors. …


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THOUGHT

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Isn’t it interesting how 15 years ago chiropractors went to great lengths to ridicule the medical profession and their inability to diagnose correctly.  We mocked them. For, with all their expertise, training and scientific equipment, post …


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THOUGHT

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Only a few years ago we would look with disdain at certain lawyers and call them “ambulance chasers.”  Today we chiropractors do the same thing, call it a “personal injury practice” and even run seminars …


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FREEDOM AND EQUALITY

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The first 65 years of our profession’s history was marked by a desire for freedom. The pioneers in chiropractic fought for, lobbied for, and spent great sums of money, time, and energy to secure the …


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INNATE OR INNATES

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Midway through my first quarter philosophy class I posed the question to students: “Is there one innate intelligence or two in the development of a fetus?” That is, does the fetus have its own individual …


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THOUGHT

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In any profession, how professional you are does not depend on how you act but is determined by how you think. v1n3


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VERTEBRAL SUBLUXATION – A Deductive Approach

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The two questions that seem to arise in the minds of most people concerning chiropractic are: “Does everyone need chiropractic care?” and “How often do I need to be adjusted?” If we start with two …


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THE ROLE OF FEVER-A Philosophical Explanation

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The experiments of Dr. Kluger and Bernheim at the Department of Physiology, University of Michigan (see Pivot Review, Vol. l No. 2) demonstrate the value of fever as a bodily defense mechanism. This has been …


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