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(The Atlantic)   A look at the increasing popularity in CPR shows the overall issue of "medical creep," which also explains the whole rise in chiropractic "care"   (theatlantic.com) divider line 5
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2013-11-05 02:50:32 PM
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SenoreVurm: VBA stroke is a very rare event in the population. The increased risks of VBA stroke associated with chiropractic and PCP visits is likely due to patients with headache and neck pain from VBA dissection seeking care before their stroke. We found no evidence of excess risk of VBA stroke associated chiropractic care compared to primary care. (Spine. 2008 Feb 15;33(4 Suppl):S176-83)


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Doctors Mark Crislip and Harriet Hall tore this paper apart after it was published in 2008.
2013-11-05 12:43:21 PM
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"You've got diphtheria?, I'm gonna crack yer bones!"

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2013-11-05 12:26:49 PM
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kittyhas1000legs: Some chiropractors are alright. They just need to be the "I'll help your back feel better" kind, instead of the "this will cure your allergies, asthma, arthritis, and diabeetus" kind.


I'll help your back feel better by applying high risk violent rotations to your neck.
2013-11-05 12:23:17 PM
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What a medical creep might look like:


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2013-11-05 12:18:08 PM
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Ha ha! Chiropractors are all fake!!!
 
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