Right now you are an idealistic student. I hope you do become an ethical chiropractor and I hope you remember this when a patient walks in with 30 paid visits from their insurance co. and you feel compelled to schedule up all of the visits, and some, whether they need it or not.
Just because a person walks in to a chiropractors office after
being frustrated with the lack of help and no hope from the medical field doesn't give a chiropractor the right to take advantage of them.
You may be good at quoting these technical terms but it's the results that count.
I don't have to tell you anything about me but I will say that I
went to a gonstead chiropractor and he caused trauma to my body which I still suffer from today.
I think chiropractors can help but they won't. They just keep bringing people back when they want to build that new pool or addition to their house or put the kid through college.