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Old 27-04-2007, 09:31 AM   #1
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Default Orthopathy - not a deep enough model

I saw this approach posted on EIM. I've seen it before, can't remember where. Looks like Barnes isn't the only empire builder interested only in fascia (and not any sensory nerves that may happen to convey through it, or what the neurodynamics/physiologic function of those might be).
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Yet, apparently they are also teaching chiropractors this new and wonderful approach to treating the "six kinds of fascial distortion". This will no doubt add six more avenues for six new kinds of chiropractic brand name ©® sets of applications that cost $2000 per "level" x 5 levels each... let's see... 30 levels altogether, at 2000 each, that makes $60,000 potentially to add to the Human Primate Social Grooming economy.
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