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October is National Chiropractic Health Month. At The Prather Practice, we see lives changed daily through Chiropractic Care. In this episode, find out:

--How Chiropractic runs in Dr. Prather's family, which has four Chiropractors in it.

--Why Chiropractic was not accepted and faced opposition for a long time. And how the pharmaceutical companies over one hundred years ago eliminated 85% of the health care systems in America to have complete dominance of our health care system.

--The landmark court case that proved the American Medical Association fostered false information against Chiropractic.

--How the American Medical Association commissioned six studies to prove Chiropractic didn't work, but the studies showed Chiropractic was more effective than drugs or surgery!

--The changes we are seeing in our health care system today with more integration between Disease Care and Structure-Function Health Care systems for the benefit of patients.

--How Chiropractors have the lowest malpractice insurance of ANY health care profession out there. And how Dr. Prather has had nurses work for him who paid higher malpractice insurance than he did!

--Why television shows and media outlets have actually been paid by the pharmaceutical companies to promote negative information on the Chiropractic profession. And why Dr. Prather says there is evidence that this practice might be continuing today.

--The journey of Dr. Dodge, our Associate Chiropractor at The Prather Practice, and how he changed professions to become a Chiropractor after realizing it was where he was supposed to be.

--The different adjusting techniques in Chiropractic care. And the gentle techniques used by The Prather Practice that avoid the "popping and cracking" techniques that frighten so many people away from Chiropractic.

--Why Chiropractors are better described as "doctors of the nervous system" instead of being described as "bone doctors".

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