It always makes me laugh when Skeptics talk about the placebo effect as if it was something practitioners of WOO or alternative practitioners did not understand. Being friendly, taking your time, smiling must have beneficial effects for the patient. I do three things, I have a laugh with my patients I share my knowledge and I correct their subluxations. The patient pays £40 its up to them to attach a percentage value to the laughter, the knowledge and the spinal adjustment and they decide whether its worth it. I would compare my knowledge of spinal joint function against any MD.
I would never pay more than £50 for a watch, is business class worth a few grand extra? It is to some and thats the point. Many people and I am one of them attach great value having their spinal joints checked for subluxations on a regular basis, its not the only thing I do to stay healthy, its one of the things I do and if is all in my mind who cares.
I am 53 years of age, I have young children, play tennis twice a week and have a beautiful partner. Those poor skeptics must have all sorts of health problems from the nocebo effect of all the stress they must have policing woo practitioners.
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