Chiropractic

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Chiropractic History: DD Palmer's Magical Kingdom

By: 
Paul DesOrmeaux
Originally published in BASIS
Volume: 
25
Number: 
1
April-June

Demand for alternative "healthcare" continues to grow faster than the American waistline; therefore, job prospects for alternative-medicine practitioners who can offer clients cures for every conceivable disease and condition, along with invented ones, such as restless text-messaging syndrome, are rather rosy. One of the more lucrative areas of alternative-care practice is chiropractic, in which not only do chiropractors make a decent living by manipulating patients, but they also get to call themselves "doctor," sort of like the television actor who pretends to be "Dr. House." Cool or what?

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