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A critical study of chiropractic (its history and methods) in its relationship with past and present-day medical science, along with analyses, conclusions, and speculation regarding its status and its future. Updated in 2000 with a postscript 'Chiropractic Today' which concludes "Patients seeking chiropractic manipulation for back pain will have to learn how to make an informed choice if they are to avoid inappropriate treatment by chiropractors". Book by Samuel Homola, DC (Chirobase)