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Archived Comments for: The prevalence of the term subluxation in chiropractic degree program curricula throughout the world

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  1. Comment on: The prevalence of the term subluxation in chiropractic degree program curricula throughout the world

    Username: Richard Southam, Disqus ID: richardsoutham

    2 July 2018

    I have been in the profession for 20 years now and the "integration into established health care systems" is no further forward! When will people realise that they are not interested?! Which, by the way, was not part of what the research was about and should not have been included as had no evidence to support this. It was a personal opinion.
    What is wrong in being separate and distinct and offering an alternative to drugs, surgery and physical therapy?
    It is good to see that American colleges are seeing a resurgence in the term Subluxation. It is not a historical concept, it is based on increasing amounts of current research that shows that Chiropractic is far more than just a treatment for low back pain.

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