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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Hope: Where none existed

I just did a particularly wonderful progressive exam. (In this practice, I actually re-examine people every 12 visits, so that I can monitor, objectively/scientifically, how they are progressing. I know that I've heard people complain about their previous chiropractors, "He just kept adjusting the same thing, over and over. I never got checked after that first time.")

In this allopathic (medical) culture, so many people are told to "learn to live with it." (In some countries, people are told when to die.) This is NOT the limitation of a particular person, nor the limitation of a particular condition or disease. It is the limitation of Medicine.

Yes, I know that the common perception of Medicine is all-knowing, all-seeing, the embodiment of Science and Knowledge. "If They don't have the cure now, it's just around the corner." What a bunch of you-know-what!

With chiropractic care, there are possibilities that do not exist in the "normal" medical world. You can call chiropractors "quacks" if you choose, but why do they succeed where there is no hope elsewhere? Could it be that Chiropractic is in tune with biological law, whereas medicine is not?

What do you think?

Don Harte, D.C.
Corte Madera Straight Chiropractor
Liberator of Innate
Slayer of Subluxation

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