If you haven't seen the trailer to the new documentary, Medical Inc., take 3 minutes to check it out below. If you have seen it already, check it out again and see if you can pick out 4 things that really caught my attention.
Below are the 4 things that caught my attention.
*Chiropractic appears through spoken word, written word, picture, or video at least 10 times in only 3 minutes!
*The movie's tagline is "Exposing the Modern Medical Monopoly", and at 2:41 the trailer refers to this in regard to chiropractic with these words: THEY TRIED TO WIPE OUT THE CHIROPRACTIC PROFESSION AND NEARLY SUCCEEDED.
Below is a summary of what the trailer is referring to here.
"In the case of Wilk vs American Medical Association, the judge ruled that the AMA, and its cohorts, were guilty of having conspired to destroy Chiropractic, thus violating the Sherman antitrust laws.
They did this by making interprofessional cooperation impossible under the guise of being 'unethical', concealing evidence of the effectiveness of Chiropractic, and conductive an enormous disinformation programme to discredit Chiropractic in order to maintain their monopoly."
The 2 paragraphs quoted above can be found in a concise summary of this case found on this website. A more in depth look at the case of Wilk vs. American Medical Association can be found here.
*At 1:49 in the trailer it is mentioned that the last season the NBA's Utah Jazz had a chiropractor on staff, the team reported only 8 injuries all year. And the following year they had about 140 injuries!
The take home point here is that if regular chiropractic care helped the Utah Jazz avoid injury and perform better during the bump and grind and battering of an NBA season, how much can it help you perform better each day in all the areas of your life that are much more important than winning basketball games?
*And finally, at 2:21 a young man says, "It doesn't really feel like it's their job. It's like their mission in life. It's like help just you."
I conclude this blog post with the above statement from the movie trailer because it summarizes the spirit of Mind & Chiropractic. The procedures and unique membership fee system at the office are set up to do just that. Help you. It is my mission to provide you and your family and friends with chiropractic care that you can afford to benefit from for your entire lifetime.