Aude Sapere

Cooperstein, Robert
April 2011
Journal of the American Chiropractic Association;Apr2011, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p10
Academic Journal
An essay is presented on chiropractic. It examines the role of diversity in chiropractic, such as various chiropractic techniques, the de-emphasis of differences in theory and practice, and the lack of evidence to support the benefits of chiropractic. The author, who wrote the essay while a chiropractic student in the 1980s, presents several comments, which he notes are intended to update the points made in the original essay.


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