Hippocrates, the father of medicine said. “Know the nature of the spine, what its natural purposes are, for such a knowledge will be a requisite for many diseases.”
According to Medical World News of April, 1971, Dr James Mennell of London’s St. Thomas Hospital adds: “It is indisputable that chiropractic has brought relief to many patients after orthodox treatment has been tried and failed.”
In West Germany, medical doctors increasingly study chiropractic and have formed an organization called “Medical Research and Work Group for Chiropractic.”
Harold T. Hyman, M.D., writes in “Applied Therapeutics”: “These things are not taught in medical schools. Usually the concept of manipulation is condemned so that new doctors go out in the world with no knowledge, an antipathy toward this most useful method.”
Bernard Finneson, M.D., F.A.C.S. chief of neurosurgery at three Pennsylvania hospitals, insists, “One of the disadvantages of this form of therapy (manipulation) is it requires as much skill as surgery. Some doctors attempt to manipulate with little or no instruction.”
Herman Rubin, M.D., a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, writes “The headache, stomach troubles, neuritis or nervous irritability that my medical colleagues are attempting to cure may be due to nothing more serious, than a displaced vertebrae, which any competent chiropractor can restore to normal in ten seconds.”
Over forty million Americans have discovered the benefits of chiropractic, and over 5 million new patients each year are turning to chiropractic. Have you tried this natural, safe, and knifeless approach to health? It may be the one alternative approach that may be the answer to your health problems.