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ID 17512
  Title The battle for innate: A perspective on fundamentalism in chiropractic
Journal J Chiropr Humanit. 2004 ;11():Online access only p. 2-10
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes Various chiropractic organizations and individuals contribute to make chiropractic a “construct of confusion” in the minds of those who have the power to grant access to resources and legally sanctioned privileges. However, what is the source of this seemingly dichotomous dilemma? The perception of a spectrum that spans the profession and its beliefs from far left to far right, dispels a distinct separation between belief model A and belief model B and allows for the spreading of thought across a broad range. “Straights” and “mixers” are tags of the past and may not be appropriate to apply in the dispersion of beliefs and practice patterns today. As this internal conflict continues to thrive in the profession, its source must be sought as a step toward resolution.

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