Are You Serious About Subluxation?

Matthew McCoy DC, MPH

The concept of vertebral subluxation has always been a contentious issue for those who want to do away with the term and the clinical practice associated with it. In the past couple of years we’ve seen the Dark Side of the profession engage in increased attacks on the faction of the profession that considers the analysis and correction of vertebral subluxation to be its Raison d'être.

In response, the subluxation based community has certainly been talking more to each other about the issues. Unfortunately much of it has been in the form of statements of righteous indignation on Facebook.

Well, here is your opportunity to actually participate in something meaningful regarding the future of this profession and the role of subluxation within it.

Sherman College of Chiropractic is holding its 8th annual International Research and Philosophy Symposium (IRAPS) on October 22-23, 2011 on the Sherman campus.

The Dark Side has exploited the subluxation based community’s lack of organization and factionization for a long time. It’s time to put a stop to that and begin to gather to discuss the serious issues facing our “brand” of chiropractic. 

The only question is: Will you be there?      

As always, I look forward to your feedback, comments and suggestions.

Matthew McCoy DC, MPH
Editor – McCoy Press Journals