Malpractice Is an Inevitable Result of Chiropractic Philosophy and Training (1979)
October 10, 2019 by

Two years ago, a 47-year-old man consulted a chiropractor for severe leg pain of three days’ duration. The chiropractor did not remove the patient’s trousers, shoes, or socks. Instead, he examined only his back, diagnosed “lumbalgia,” and manipulated the man’s spine. Three days later, when the patient’s pain persisted, he consulted a medical doctor who …