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Friday, June 3, 2011

The Fallacy of "Fast, Fast Relief"

Yesterday, at a seminar, I heard a really stupid thing from one of the speakers. he said that chiropractors have to get people well in a few visits; otherwise they won't come back.

The first bad thing is somehow linking clinical strategy with business. Wrong!

What does that mean, to "get people well?" It is obvious to me that, in this allopathic (medically-oriented) chiropractor's thinking, some measure of pain relief. WRONG! Pain relief is NOT the intent of Chiropractic. The intent is the correction of Vertebral Subluxation Complex (VSC), allowing the body to express itself properly and healthfully. Pain relief is a nice side effect.

For a chiropractor to have the intent of mere pain relief is to, in my opinion, be a failure and a fraud, for it is the duty of the chiropractor to detect and correct Vertebral Subluxation Complex (VSC). To provide "fast, fast relief" is a rip-off. Even if your chiropractor is very cheap, say $40 a visit, you can get the same relief for 53 cents of Advil. That's why I call them "Advil chiropractors."

Just pain relief? Then your chiropractor is leaving you with life-diminishing, perhaps life-threatening VSC. This is a clear abbrogation of clinical duty.

Why do so many chiropractors just do pain relief these days? Lack of proper education, lack of self-esteem, etc. A big factor is that these chiropractors purposely degrade and pervert Chiropractic in order to get paid by insurance companies who are, properly, medically-oriented institutions.

Insist upon the real thing... straight Chiropractic. If you, or someone you know, is going to the chiropractor "when you need it," that is expensive pain relief. Call me, and find out about the real thing, and how it can and will change your life.

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

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