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Major reform movement sweeps through world of chiropractic
« on: April 01, 2015, 10:30:16 AM »

Major reform movement sweeps through world of chiropractic

In a far-ranging statement that shocked the mainstream medical community, leaders of two major chiropractic associations have decreed that the Chiropractic industry is about to undergo an immediate transformation. Admitted one spokesman, “We’ve been messing with the public for about 120 years now and it’s time for the fun to turn serious. Effective immediately all Doctors of Chiropractic will admit that the subluxation doesn’t exist and that germs do, indeed, cause disease.” “Further,” he added, “we will henceforth insist that all our patients make sure that their kids receive all medically recommended vaccinations and that D.C.s are free to refuse care for any unvaccinated children. In addition, we renounce the old joke about our bona fides as nutritionists and pediatricians.”

Statistically, it appears that close to 100% of mixer practitioners have signed up for this unexpected reform and that more than 85% of the straights, although with some reluctance, are going along with it. So far the only group that isn’t on board is the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. Only two of their members have agreed to the terms but, according to one insider, they will ultimately accede.

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