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A Week in Review

The Evidence-Based Restraint

Dr. McKibbinThis video reflects how evil it is for “good people” to conspire to deny humanity and animals of a remarkably effective natural remedy, philosophy-subluxation-based chiropractic.

Regarding the video about Bella, a dog who had hind leg paralysis. Dr Joseph Ierano’s atlas adjustment allowed innate to restore that function. His adjustments were neither scientifically validated, nor were they evidence-based.

Although it appears to be highly professional to limit chiropractic to a few disorders with a high level of evidence, it is an arrangement that restrains our trade while disadvantaging humans and animals, like Bella, who have non-evidence-based subluxation-related disorders.

The Establishment uses that requirement as a part of the legal process of eliminating philosophy-subluxation-based chiropractic.  It does not matter a hoot if Bella’s or anyone else’s subluxation-related disorders were, or were not, evidence-based. Many/most subluxation-related disorders and syndromes may never become evidence-based.

The Establishment ignores the existence of a Universal intelligence and an Innate Intelligence. Both are foundational to philosophy-subluxation-based chiropractic.

Replacing chiropractic with evidence-based, scientific mechanistic chiropractic will preclude most of what a traditional chiropractor should be free to care for.

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