General Chiropractic Council wants to waive the rules

"In quangos like the GCC, complaints don't necessarily get considered at all. First they go to an investigating committee (IC) which has to decide if there is a 'case to answer'. Now the GCC wants that criterion to be changed to 'realistic prospect of success'. Given the GCC's attitude to evidence it is hard to imagine that any complaint will have a 'realistic prospect of success'….The attitude of the GCC to evidence is amply illustrated by the fact that they have said that the rather crude myths known as craniosacral therapy and applied kinesiology fall within their definition of evidence-based care. Any organisation that can say that is clearly incompetent." Article by Professor David Colquhoun, DC Science (17th June 2009)