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Over 90% of BCA chiropractors, not guilty of unprofessional conduct! Is that a good result? Could it have been prevented?

March 3, 2011
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Over 90% of BCA chiropractors, not guilty of unprofessional conduct! Is that a good result? Could it have been prevented?

I love the part in the movie Spartacus where the Romans want to crucify Spartacus and Tony Curtis stands up and says I am Spartacus and one by one other slaves stepped forward in support of Spartacus choosing to die together with honour. So far 10% of BCA chiropractors have been found guilty of...

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If Peter Dixon cares about the chiropractic profession as he claims, he should go now and take Coats with him or risk Self Regulation for chiropractors.

November 5, 2010
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If Peter Dixon cares about the chiropractic profession as he claims, he should go now and take Coats with him or risk Self Regulation for chiropractors.

The Chiropractic associations are working on their strategy for pointing out to the General Chiropractic Council that they are failing in their statutory duty to protect the public and set standards for the chiropractic profession. It is important the associations understand this, as they can not moan about the GCC giving registrants a hard...

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More comments from BCA president Richard Brown,which I would love to question him about.

August 9, 2010
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More comments from BCA president Richard Brown,which I would love to question him about.

These are excerpts from Richard Browns message to members in the latest BCA newsletter “In Touch” Richard Brown has featured quit a lot in the last 12 months Now he is concerned that he and the BCA are being misrepresented by people like me. He thinks the BCA council and Sue Wakefield know what...

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Latest from the British Chiropractic Association’s president Richard Brown (The guy who thought it was a good idea to sue Simon Singh). No icebergs sail on, full speed ahead.

August 6, 2010
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Latest from the British Chiropractic Association’s president Richard Brown (The guy who thought it was a good idea to sue Simon Singh). No icebergs sail on, full speed ahead.

Oh Dear! The bit I like best is in the last paragraph I believe the BCA President is an avid reader of this blog and advises  “dont believe all you read. In recent months Ive seen comments made about the BCA that are clearly designed to damage its reputation and adversely affect the confidence...

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Quote of the week by Richard Brown President of the British Chiropractic Association.

June 30, 2010
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Quote of the week by Richard Brown President of the British Chiropractic Association.

    “Events of the last twenty years in the UK have elevated chiropractic from relative obscurity to a respected and regulated healthcare profession. The BCA has been integral to this process of evolution. Yet we must never lose sight of the fact that reputations are hard earned but quickly lost.”   It is...

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Subluxation – An historical concept? We dont think so ! The UCA starts the fight back.

June 15, 2010
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Subluxation – An historical concept? We dont think so ! The UCA starts the fight back.

As one of the original founder members of the UCA, can I say how delighted I was to get this postcard in my post today. We formed the UCA to defend traditional chiropractic practice and in recent years the UCA has failed to recognise the light at the end of the tunnel was a...

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According to BCA president Richard Brown the General Chiropractic Council is a “cracking success”, Zeno is still not convinced

June 9, 2010
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According to BCA president Richard Brown the General Chiropractic Council is a “cracking success”, Zeno is still not convinced

At the recent European Chiropractic Union conference in London BCA president Richard Brown outlined  why the UK regulatory model is a “cracking success”, I wonder if the pun got a laugh or were there chiropractors present who knew the reality of regulation for the chiropractic profession. Many will see the medicaliseation of chiropractic as...

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Born again, British Chiropractic Association joins skeptics “attack” on chiropractic.

May 25, 2010
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Born again, British Chiropractic Association joins skeptics “attack” on chiropractic.

When Richard Brown went begging for money to the international chiropractic organisations he spoke of the attack on chiropractic from the sceptics. When he is with his BCA colleagues he is talking prescribing and getting into the NHS. The “new” born again BCA (this will be their third reinvention in 15 years) is all...

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Give generously to the British Chiropractic Association so they can build their bridge to oblivion.

May 19, 2010
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Give generously to the British Chiropractic Association so they can build their bridge to oblivion.

The BCA president Richard Brown recently sent a begging letter to the members of the ECU asking them to help fund their legal expenses to deal with with the chiropractic skeptics complaints After explaining about the Simon Sing case, he explained why the BCA needed the money. Excerpts from the letter are in red...

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British Chiropractic Association asks the General Chiropractic Council to seek prescribing rights for its members

May 2, 2010
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British Chiropractic Association asks the General Chiropractic Council to seek prescribing rights for its members

A ballot of BCA members has resulted in 78% of the votes cast (which was not that many), being in favour of asking the GCC to approach the Medicines Healthcare Regulatory Authority to set in motion a proposal to secure prescribing rights for chiropractors. This is a sad day for chiropractic, but at least...

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