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Chiropractic Made Simple: Working With the Controlling Laws of Nature

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 12, 2007

    Book Tells The Truth

    I enjoyed this book very much because it tells the truth about the problems which exist in the healthcare industry.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2007

    Impressive Book

    I really enjoyed this book very much. I hope more people have the opportunity to learn about chiropractic.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2003

    Chiropractic Made Simple: Working With the Controlling Laws of Nature

    This book should be read by any student or prospective student of chiropractic. As an instructor at a chiropractic college I feel many students as well as faculty members are missing the boat about what chiropractic has to offer the world. I support Dr. Reizer's attempt to wake up the members of the chiropractic profession. I hope faculty members will decide to make this publication required reading for students.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2002

    Chiropractic Made Simple: Working With the Controlling Laws of Nature

    "Chiropractic Made Simple" is probably one of the most truthful books written about modern healthcare that I have ever read. I have been associated with the health industry for many years and can sympathize with members of the chiropractic profession. I know that many professionals who speak out publicly against conventional medical wisdom are often ostracized from the members of the profession who remain "inside of the box" as Dr. Reizer states in his excellent book. Although I am not an expert in chiropractic methodology I now understand the philosophy and objectives that the author writes about in this text regarding "subluxation-based" chiropractic. This philosophy made so much sense to me that I almost wanted to enroll in a chiropractic school program. The hypothesis about vaccines being a detrimental factor in a person's health was also very interesting to me. I would encourage others to read this short book with a very powerful message.

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