Do You Need Rehabilitation?

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Epistemological rehabilitation is not what you think…but how you think.

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Cognitive Necessities.

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We must understand: 1. Our chiropractic history, 2. Our present status. 3. Our future.

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Adaptability and Adaptation

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We must differentiate between: A. Adaptability- the inborn ability of an organism to respond to all forces whether innate or universal. It is the 3rd sign of life. B. Intellectual Adaptation- the mental process (meta …

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HAS THE MEDICAL OBJECTIVE CHANGED OVER THE YEARS….?

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… AND THE TECHNIQUES IN MEETING THAT OBJECTIVE?

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Dependence Day

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Everyday…. when it comes to the innate intelligence of the body

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Physical/Metaphysical

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Chiropractic deals with metaphysical concepts and physical concepts. Therefore you cannot demonstrate chiropractic merely by physical or metaphysical concepts.

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Guilt and Mixing

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Is the failure of and the mixing that occurs from “getting sick people well’ the result of a guilt complex?

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Whatever happened to Joy Loban, D.C?

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I know what history records (THE X-RAY ISSUE) but if he was ENOUGH a devotee to be addressed in the Green Books, what caused his change in philosophy and subsequent departure from PSC and BJ?

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Creation

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Creation by natural means involves, is accomplished by, the application of one of the natural laws or principles which may be part of our chiropractic philosophy. The creation of those laws or principles out of …

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Can research and chiropractic philosophy co-exist/

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No! Not if the “philosophy” is traditional chiropractic (getting sick people well). They represent different objectives and make it an either/or situation.

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