Chiropractic Made Simple

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PageFree Publishing, Incorporated, Nov 1, 2002 - Medical - 108 pages
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Chiropractic, and more specifically straight chiropractic, a separate philosophical segment within the chiropractic profession, embraces and works with the natural healing capabilities of human physiology. Because this profession has been able to think outside of the box and has ignored, to a large extent, the no stress zone it has achieved phenomenal results with a countless number of patients over the years. The information that I am about to reveal to you in this book does not come with all of the usual customary documentation. The information cannot always be found in traditional professional journals, but instead has been uncovered innocently by my own experiences over time. Much of the information which I have written about in this book is a product of my own personal opinions compiled from my dealings with patients in a private office setting. I am not a voice which represents the official opinion of any chiropractic college or any other alternative healthcare institution. I am not writing this material as a spokesperson for chiropractic or for other chiropractors. Although I am sure that many alternative healthcare providers, including chiropractors, may feel similarly, this project represents only my own theoretical conclusions constructed from my own practice experience. -- Dr. John Reizer

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