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Friday, June 21, 2013

"Finish the Fight?" by Corte Madera chiropractor Dr Harte

"Finish the fight?" What am I talking about? Well, there's a current TV ad campaign for the American Cancer Society. The tag line is "Finish the fight."

What is strongly implied is that they... the Medical Establishment, as part of the PMG (Pharmaceutical-Medical-Governmental) Complex... has made amazing strides in the defeat of cancer. (Why do they always use war-like words? It's weird, huh?) The implication is that they just need a little more money, and the "war" will be won. What do they mean? Do they mean no more cancer, ever, in anyone, or do they mean a lot less, or do they mean that every cancer patient gets cured and lives forever? This is nonsense.

Realize that they, the American Cancer Society, like other disease charities, are playing upon your emotions. They are not playing to reason, and they are certainly not playing to science. Cancer is so rampant that just about everyone has a family member or a friend, if not several, who has succumbed to one cancer or another. So, you want do do something... ANYTHING. What if "anything" has little to no real value, if it will not really help anyone, other than the drug corporations, the cancer centers, etc.?

Reading the works of Dr. BJ Palmer, "Developer of Chiropractic," he wrote of various medical charities begging for money back in the 30's, the 40's, the 50's, for cancer and other maladies, always claiming that the "cure is just around the corner." Well, we haven't yet made it around the corner, and we never will. If you're going in the wrong direction, no matter how much good intention, no matter how much money or effort or time or expertise, you will not get there.

"Finish the fight?" There is no fight. Instead of fighting the body with Medicine, consider allowing the body to function at a higher level, to express more Life, with Chiropractic. What makes more sense, fighting disease, or promoting health?

Don Harte, D.C.
Marin Straight Chiropractor
Liberator of Innate

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Psychotic Anti-psychotic Drugging by Corte Madera chiropractor Dr Harte

Have you been noticing more and more TV ads for "Amblify," and anti-psychotic drug?

Are they advertising to diagnosed psychotics? No, they are hawking their dangerous snake-oil to people who are depressed (or who have been convinced that they are depressed). The whole schtick is that the modern anti-depressants, the SSRI's (like Prozac, Wellbutrin, etc.), which were originally touted as "miracle drugs," really don't work so well, and when they don't, "add Amblify." These sleazy ads fail to mention that Amblify is not classified as an anti-depressant; it is an anti-psychotic, with all the attendant increased dangers.

Amongst the side effects that are mentioned quickly while there is nice music in the background and the cartoon character woman looks all smiley, include "low blood sugar that can lead to coma and death," and "thoughts of suicide." Well, thoughts of suicide can certainly lead to death. Now that's depressing!

Got psych problems? Get checked for Vertebral Subluxation. Get adjusted. Why? Your psych problems are, obviously, in your brain. The brain, the cord, the nerves... it's all one very sensitive piece. Interference at any level can and will effect brain function, including attitudes, emotions, mood, etc. (The most serious areas of interference are at the very top and the very bottom of the spine.) Correct interference, and your brain will be freer to function better.

Medicine's "biochemical imbalance theory" is based upon supposition and fake science. Chiropractic is based upon how the body (including the brain) truly works.

Don Harte, D.C.
Marin Straight Chiropractor
Liberator of Innate

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Scaring Old Folks by Marin chiropractor Dr Harte

The object of abject trust by most older people is Medicine... "my doctor," "my specialist(s)," "my tests," "my condition," "my medications," "my surgeries." All of these, imbued with such a level of faith that it borders on worship. It far surpasses any reasonable degree of common sense.

The sad, and sick fact is that this trust is maintained and constantly improved, on both an individual and societal basis, by FEAR. The white coated demigod waves that finger... "If you don't follow what I say..." "If you don't increase your medications..." "If you don't have this surgery, immediately..." various terrible things will happen. There is no mention of what terrible things might happen from all this medical intervention.

Diseases are invented upon blatantly bogus research designed to sell drugs. When the side effects come around, well, there's more disease to treat! "Normals" are in a state of flux, declaring that virtually everyone is  sick. Probably the best example is the imposition of teenage blood pressure normals upon people in their 70's, 80's and beyond. Physiologically absurd! But it declares more and more to be sick, and thus in need of lifetime medication and testing.

My wife and I just visited her aunt in southern California. (This is NOT a debulitated woman.) My wife invited her to come visit us, but she was afraid. Why? Because she was afraid of "being away from her doctor." And her doctor told her that, because she had atrial fibrillation, flying was risky. Where do these clowns get this stuff? And how much is atrial fibrillation over-diagnosed? And how much real atrial fibrillation caused by medications?

In Chiropractic, we teach hope. we teach that the body, at any age, has the ability to heal itself and to maintain itself in a high state of function. We correct Vertebral Subluxation, interference to proper function, allowing the body to correct, even re-create itself. Even at 70, or 80, or 90. We see older people, who have been scared into limited lives, into living on multiple dangerous meds, into submitting to risky surgeries, begin to re-create themselves, begin to get healthy, way beyond what they thought was possible.

Do you want fear, or do you want hope? You have that choice at any age. If you prefer hope, choose Chiropractic.

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

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