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Chiropractic Lay Lecture
Transcript of Chiropractic Lay Lecture
Art cannot become manifest, Strength cannot be exerted,
Wealth is useless, and Reason is powerless." Herophiles (300 BC) 3-5% of all births result in congenital malformation -Robinson A. and Linden MG. 1993. Clinical Genetic Handbook, Boston, Blackwell Scientific Publications “A signal from its environment, not an emergent property if the gene itself, activates expression of that gene.” -Nijhout H. Bioessays. vol. 12, 9. 1990. p442. “neither genes nor environment “cause” disease, it is simply that the organism is unsuited for...several environments.” -American Journal of Human Genetics. 29:1-13,1970 Health by CHOICE not CHANCE. Vitamin M Sickness is the vengeance of nature for the violation of her laws. ~Charles Simmons “The beginning of the disease process starts with postural distortions.”
‐Dr. Hans Seyle, Nobel Laureate The more mechanically distorted a person is, the less energy available for thinking, metabolism and healing." ‐Dr. Roger Sperry, Nobel Laureate “Subluxation alone is a rational reason for Chiropractic care throughout a lifetime from birth”‐Dr.Lee Hadley, Syracuse Memorial Hospital “Spinal cord injuries eventually affect virtually every organ of the body and lead to what is known as accelerated aging."
‐Suzanne Groah MD “The quality of healing is directly proportional to the functional capability of the central nervous system to send and receive nerve messages.” ‐Janson Edwards, MD PhD “Subluxations are very real. We have documented it to the extent that no one can dispute their existence.
‐Chang HaSuh, PhD The Association Between Physical Activity in Leisure Time and Leukocyte Telomere Length. Lynn F.
Cherkas, PhD.Arch Intern Med. 2008;168(2):154-158.