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“…the time is fast approaching when chiropractic will have to decide whether it is informed by 19th century metaphysics or by 21st century science. If it chooses wrongly, then it may not be possible for all the king’s horses and all the king’s men to effect a repair.” Martin Young, Editor, Clinical Chiropractic (2010) 13, 197—198) [pdf]
NOTE: Rather than pushing for universal chiropractic reform, this editorial appears to be proposing simply renaming the chiropractic subluxation as ‘segmental spinal dysfunction’.