Lest the reader forget and goes no further let this modest note make its positive contribution in regard to one of the least-known and underappreciated medical specializations out there. Indeed, when faced with a sudden attack of injury or illness, what do most people tend to do, if they do anything at all. If they do not approach their local GP for help, they tend to rush off to the nearest pharmacy or supermarket for a quick-fix solution.
If not straight off of the shelf, over the counter it is nothing more than a fist-held or ham-fisted remedial concoction that may or may not work. Enlightened people may be beginning to wonder. Do their local GPs fully appreciate the benefits of chiropractic care that could help rescue many of their long-suffering patients. Or are they concerned that they may lose patients and subsequent streams of medical aid and Medicare revenue as a result?
Even the US Surgeon General, as well as the FDA has wizened up to the benefits of chiropractic care. While it could still be appreciated as a practice of holistic medicine or an alternative source of preventive medicine that is both organic and non-invasive, the authorities have at least branded the chiropractic practice with its official stamp of approval. Research may well continue to provide still more conclusive findings.
But more than enough evidence already exists confirming that one of the world’s most ancient practices of medicine works extremely well in more cases than not. Of those cases that appear to be untreatable, it is simply a matter of these being extreme and serious, requiring a lot more specialist intervention in other areas as it relates to the unique illness, injury or disease being treated in behalf of the affected patient.