Lindsey’s Chiropractic Appointment

Last week, Lindsey and I went to a free dinner at Off the Rak.  Apparently, I signed up awhile back and was chosen.  They made it seem like we were winning something, unfortunately we also had to sit through a lecture from a chiropractor.

The doctor did his whole presentation about how medicine does not fix the root problem and can cause more problems than they actually help.  Yes, this is something I have said before, but I do not believe someone should stop taking their heart medication and rush out to get their back cracked.

At the end of the presentation, the doctor offered everyone a chance to come in for a free check up and scan.  Lindsey signed up and had to fill out a form and mention what kind of problems she was happening.  She noted that she has acid reflux and neck/shoulder pain.

This is a picture of her scan:

All those red bars mean that the nerves are blocking signals to certain areas.  At least that was how I understood the whole explanation from the doctor at dinner.  The doctor obviously did not give Lindsey a sample of his skills, instead she would have to come in and pay for those services.

Once she came home with this, I realized that I had made a huge mistake.  I should have signed up too and made up a bunch of ailments to see if my scans would have shown red bars corresponding to my imaginary pain.  If so, then we would know that this all a bunch of mumbo-jumbo.

Does anyone regularly see a chiropractor?  According to this guy, he can get a person with MS off of their medication, and I honestly think he claimed to be able to cure feminine issues that can lead to infertility.  Is your chiropractor a super-doctor?  I would love to hear some stories.

2 thoughts on “Lindsey’s Chiropractic Appointment

  1. My future sister-in-law is actually going to one of those witch doctor chiropractors that claims to be able to help with infertility. I don’t know if she’s getting her Fallopian tubes aligned or what. I’ll let you know if I get any crazy stories about it.

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