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ID 26330
  Title Chiropractic and the immune system: Disentangling context and looking at the big picture
Journal Asia-Pac Chiropr J. 2020 ;1(1):1-5
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article

As I watch from the sidelines concerning the dialogues within the chiropractic profession during this tragic COVID-19 pandemic, I have witnessed an underlying war between factions of the chiropractic profession often not noticed by the chiropractic practitioners at large. To properly disentangle what is going on it is important to understand the different players, their perceptions, and how this affects the context of the discussions as it pertains to chiropractic and immune function. While at times there are ‘bad actors’ with nefarious purpose often times this designation functions as a means to create a sense of duality and demonise someone whom we perceive as an adversary. For the purpose of disentangling and unraveling this complex chiropractic tapestry, please attempt to look at it the current situation in a non-dualistic manner with all the players coming from a place of doing what they think is right.

Author keywords: COVID, COVID-19, immunity, chiropractic

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