What alternative health

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“This is a remarkable repositioning not just on subluxation but of the UK chiropractic profession as a whole. It seems to be a clear break with the traditional philosophy of chiropractic assuming that most human conditions are caused by subluxations of the spine and are thus treatable with spinal adjustments. The existence of spinal subluxations has never been established. Thus chiropractic was built on sand. The new position seems to more or less admit that and is an attempt to render chiropractic evidence-based.” Edzard Ernst, Pulse (10th June 2010) [Free registration]