Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Freakin' Chiropractors

I saw this over on Pharyngula earlier. Apparently one of the prominent associations of chiropractors in the UK has put out a warning to its members to essentially remove any claims of what chiropractic is supposed to do from their websites for fear of possible fraud prosecution. The best part is the warning to be wary of any customers who ask about "the evidence base for your practice".

I'd be worried about standards of proof too if I made my living by telling folks that I could treat their allergies with the Scorpion Deathlock.

Bret Hart uses chiropractic to cure Shawn Michaels of gout, ezcema, and the plague.

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