Our Responsibility to Address the Vertebral Subluxation
The Phenomenon of Denialism in Chiropractic
A recent article by a fellow DC columnist addressed what he described as “The S word.” “The word (subluxation) has been an anchor hung around the neck of the profession for too long.
It should be cut off and left to slowly sink to the bottom of the sea of antiqued health jargon, along with words like lumbago or rheumatism. Continuing to use this confusing S word is endangering the essence of the ‘biological classic concept’ that holds true in our day-to-day chiropractic effort to help suffering humanity.” Extraordinarily, the author suggests, “using this word to represent a ‘mechanically challenged spot’ may be a reason that only about 7-15 percent of the population visits chiropractors (according to various sources).”
Read The Article Written By Dr. Christopher Kent, DC, JD Published in The Chronicle of Chiropractic