Thanks Ruth for explaining that. It was funny, I was outside watching them in the sun for a backlight, when God descended in a cloud and spoke to me, saying, "use thy monitor screen as a backlight from this day hence".
When I had tried scanning Manoj's xrays he mailed to me from India (in a really cool sleeve from the hospital to boot!) it was put it on the scanner then adjust the color to even try to catch a glimpse. Didn't look real good at all. I've had cervical problems my entire life, so yeah, I think there is something here.
It's funny how his one page about Zamboni/Schelling is used as a hammer, whilst the other 99.9% is summarily ignored.
Some of us *get it* though. Plus most of the chiros I've ever known have had a quirky sense of humor, I think some lightening up is sorely needed. Why some that are against any and all dastardly surgical interventions wouldn't jump at the chance to explore non invasive opportunities is beyond me. Note I said "explore", not "embrace as the true cause of all that ails mankind in one simple adjustment".
I'd go pull all the quotes where Dr. Flanagan is contrasting his ideas to those of Z and S, but what's the point? Even discussion is lambasted as bottom feeding unless backed by studies. Imagine that, even internet message board denizens now are expected to rise to the Phd level or keep it zipped.
They may not have The Everything, but they have Something that's worth paying attention to, as if having discussions on clogged pipes is the entire discussion, ignoring the fact that the walls they run through are leaning at a 45 degree angle, as mere coincidence.
I'd also like to pull all the quotes where they are quite specific in saying, "this can't fix everything, we know that". I think I see one a few messages above, somehow that gets lost in the character assassinations.
RRMS Dx'd 2007, first episode 2004. Bilateral stent placement, 3 on left, 1 stent on right, at Stanford August 2009. Watch my operation video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwc6QlLVtko
, Virtually symptom free since, no relap