The Unlikely Defender of the Subluxation... Interview with Gary Jacob, DC, LAc, MPH, DipMDT

September 2013
American Chiropractor;Sep2013, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p10
An interview with chiropractic physician Gary Alan Jacob is presented. When asked about the problem new chiropractors have in treating patients, he refers to lack of motivation, inability to adjust the spine and little understanding of clinical problems. Jacob believes that patients who are given appropriate education about the treatment improve most significantly with care. He comments on different chiropractic techniques he prefers.


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