In the last post, I shared a Maximized Living experience from a friend and fellow healthcare practitioner. (She’s not a DC herself.) As her story unfolded, she described a franchise with extremist views and outlandish claims. Apparently, things haven’t changed much…
Here’s our personal story of our own brush with this outfit from years ago:
Continue reading Our experience with Maximized Living – from a student’s perspective
Some of you already know where I’m going with this. Half are starting to clap, while the other half is drawing up “Wanted: Dead or Alive” posters.
Others of you don’t yet know who I’m talking about. That’s okay. I’ll explain.
Continue reading Why Chiropractic Needs Abraham Flexner
There are always two sides to every story. Sometimes the events go down exactly as the prosecution describes; other times there is an inaccurate, sensationalist, and almost deliberately misleading account of twisted facts and comments taken out of context.
In case you couldn’t tell already, what happened to Dr. Credeur definitely falls into the latter. He was nothing but honest in his interviews (which he was in no way required to respond to) and he cooperated fully. And in fact, his office wrote an intelligent, professional, factual letter in response to the story. Here it is…
Continue reading Dr. Brandon Credeur’s Response to Denver’s Channel 7 Witch-Hunt
A great quote states: “If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem.”
This, coupled with my philosophical policy that I shall not bitch about that for which I do not subsequently offer a solution, are the driving forces behind this entire series of Chiro Cleanup entries, especially this one. Therefore, in the words of Larry the Cable Guy, let’s “git ‘er done”.
Continue reading Chiro Cleanup – Part 5: Solutions – Part 1
Seems as though we have a little stigma on our hands. Nope, it wasn’t your imagination. We couldn’t possibly sweep all that dirty laundry under the rug, ya know.
In all fairness, it wasn’t entirely our fault. The conventional allopathic medical profession had is share of imperfection (think pre-Flexner times), and we were achieving some success stories they weren’t.
Maybe our only downfall was that we couldn’t properly explain those successes. Or maybe it had something to do with our chiropractic grassroots rising up into a homespun, mid-America cult with a little 1895 Jerry Springer to boot.
Continue reading Chiro cleanup part 1: a little stigma