"Despite the tired narratives, chiropractic is backed by evidence"
Dr. Dwight Chapin pens opinion piece in The Globe & Mail
Within the piece, Chapin intends to clear the public confusion surrounding chiropractic care.
"Let’s say that one day, picking up your newspaper, you tweak your back, or wake up with a sore neck. You should call a chiropractor.
If you are looking for a cure for attention deficit disorder, asthma or lupus, you should not. There is no chiropractic treatment that will reverse these conditions.
This may all seem painfully obvious. But it appears that confusion still exists regarding what a chiropractor can and cannot do."
Read the full article here.
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