Monthly Archives: January 2010

Medicine is far more dangerous than chiropractic.

January 28, 2010
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Medicine is far more dangerous than chiropractic.

Zeno is angry because he believes chiropractic is bogus, he has made 600 complaints to the GCC and founded a new website Discover Chiropractic on which he offers this advice; If you have a medical condition or think that you might, or are worried about your health in any way, consult your registered medical...

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Whataboutery! Quack trick no 7,988,771

January 21, 2010
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Whataboutery! Quack trick no 7,988,771

Yesterdays Guardians front page led with a report accusing NHS hospitals of putting patients lives at risk. Not surprisingly The watchdogs failed to address sceptics concerns regarding the availability of homeopathic remedies within NHS. Skeptic Andy Lewis believes I am trying to avoid discussing “scientific evidence”. I wonder would Andy have objected to the...

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Why the United Chiropractic Association (UCA) and traditional chiropractors, should be supporting Simon Sings campaign for free speech.

January 20, 2010
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Technorati Tags: Britiah Chiropractic Association,BCA,united chiropractic association,UCA,simon singh,free speech.,general chiropractic council,couch trip Senior chiropractors have a long history of using lawyers to stiffel debate. I have been threatened with legal action for my views by the GCC, the BCA, and the McTimoney association, the UCA dont sue they just keeps their heads down. I...

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BCA advises people how to fall in the snow

January 13, 2010
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BCA advises people how to fall in the snow

This is Isabelle my six year old daughter spreading rock salt on the footpath outside our house after my partner Janette had cleared the snow last week. We also did this last February, it takes less than thirty minutes and our house is bigger than average. The met office tells us it is usually...

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A chiropractic adjustment performed skilfully works whether you believe in it or not.

January 13, 2010
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Only the most dogmatic sceptics would argue that chiropractic is not an effective intervention for spinal joint dysfunction/subluxation. The challenge for the chiropractic profession is to articulate the theory of the vertebral subluxation complex and explain how this theory relates to other conditions. Consensus is the key to the future success of the chiropractic...

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What motivates CAM sceptics?

January 5, 2010
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What motivates CAM sceptics?

I have often wondered what motivates the CAM sceptics, I suspect the majority are intolerant angry people looking for a cause. In the event that I am wrong and sceptics are idealists who do care about improving peoples health let me explain what makes people healthy so sceptics could use their undoubted talent on...

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Is General Chiropractic Council Chief Executive Margaret Coats a bigger bully than Gordon Brown?

January 1, 2010
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Is General Chiropractic Council Chief Executive Margaret Coats a bigger bully than Gordon Brown?

  The newspapers and media are full of “Gordan Brown the bully”, I had an amusing trip down memory lane this evening with my good friend former council member Dana Greene as we compared the allegations against Gorden Brown and our experience of working with GCC chief executive Margaret Coats, bullying and abuse of...

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