Jennifer Gunter @DrJenGunter OB/GYN, appropriately confident, lasso of truth, Canadian Spice, I speak for no one but me. The Vagina Bible (bestseller! OMG). Jensplaining, NYT contributor. Oct. 19, 2019 1 min read

Daniel David Palmer who invented chiropractic “medicine” had zero medical training and was invested in pseudoscience like magnetic healing. So exactly what recognition do you suggest?

This book, Trick or Treatment, by @EdzardErnst and @SLSingh has a great review of chiropractic care and I highly recommend it  https://www.amazon.com/Trick-Treatment-Undeniable-Alternative-Medicine/dp/0393337782/ref=nodl_ 

And here is a good article on anti vaccine views of many Canadian chiropractors @CaulfieldTim knows more about this than I do. If chiropractors are so good, why are so many anti-vaccine?  https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/researcher-wants-oversight-of-alternative-health-care-to-ensure-science-based-practices-1.4681643 

I am not engaging anymore on this thread. But here is an excellent compilation of articles and resources.  https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/reference/chiropractic/ 


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