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January 9, 2011 — A new book titled, “Traditional Chiropractic: A Layperson’s Guide to How it Works & Why it’s Attacked,” has been published by bestselling chiropractic author, Dr. John Reizer.
According to Reizer, the book details the basics concerning traditional chiropractic theory while also offering readers a clear and concise explanation about how and why the profession has been relentlessly attacked by members of the media and various consumer watch groups.
Reizer writes, “In the eyes of certain organizations, chiropractic and its practitioners represent a major threat to the traditional healthcare model. Many, medically funded, organizations have made it a top priority, throughout the years, to try and silence chiropractic’s voice of common sense in an otherwise insane industry.”
In his book, Reizer writes about how “chiropractic debunkers” like to hone in on the fact that certain chiropractic practice objectives have not been validated by “double blind” scientific studies. He then proceeds to lay out a convincing argument that suggests “double blind” studies are flawed and quite useless when applied to the practice of traditional chiropractic theory.
Reizer says that objective readers will find his argument both logical and sound. As for the chiropractic debunkers, Reizer believes they will continue to write misinformation about the profession.
Besides defending chiropractic’s basic premise, Reizer’s new book explains, in easy to understand language, the nuts and bolts of traditional chiropractic theory.