The bottom line is this. If the chiropractic authority is not teaching Grandpa's method then they have NO right to attempt to regulate the practicing of his art. He has emphatically reassured me that his philosophy and technique is NOT based in chiropractic thought. And fortunately, he now stands in direct opposition to the backward belief system that is known as chiropractic medicine today.
The chiropractors have had their chance. They didn't want it; and now it's your turn to decide on their motive. Grandpa's work has the capacity to get people well in a short period of time, without the need for ongoing and repeated therapy in most cases. Just what do you think chiropractors and other doctors have to lose with such a wonderful procedure? If you answered MONEY, then you are beginning to see the world as it truly is. Chiropractic is a pseudoscience that is based on a belief system that is mired by egotistical hotheads. On occasion, one of their practitioners will reach above that heap of shit and aspire to really do some good. So it is chiropractic as a science, not the individual chiropractor that needs to be thrown down. Then, and only then, the individual chiropractor may be judged by his willingness to hear the truth.
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