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    New and more correct title for article. The old article title (Chiropractic school) was singular... This change was made in response to the suggestion of an editor and was discussed on the chiropractic talk page. That article was simply getting too large. Appropriate wikilinks have been left in the right places. -- Fyslee08:36, 22 October 2006 (UTC)

    I've removed the POV tag from the article. If you think there are POV problems, point them out. Cheers. --Hughgr22:59, 15 March 2007 (UTC)

    On march 22nd the user '60.230.207.6' canceled the item 'France' to put 'Sweden' at the same place with untrue news: he stated that the swedish school recognized by ECCE , bt it's not true as everybody can read here: The European Council of Chiropractic Education.It's clear that this person wants to sabotage the French school of chiropractic. I put back the right Item with France canceling the wrong one with Sweden.It's true in Sweden there is a school, but it should be reported in the right way. At the moment the ECCE site does not present the Swedish college as a recognized one. In any case it's not fair to erase a right item.(see 'History of this article' to state the changes) I also corrected inaccurate information. I removed the University of Bridgeport's name as a “school that was founded to support their founder's promotional business development and marketing efforts.” The University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic was originally licensed by the State of Connecticut in...

    I've removed these paragraphs and put them here because they need citations and I didn't want to tag every sentence. Some of it seems factual and some of it seems embellished. If citations are found, by all means re-insert it. The naturopathic/metaphysical divide within the profession has seen a move away from the word "chiropractic" by several colleges, embracing a more generic "health" appelation instead of the traditional chiropractic nomenclature. The "naturopathic" schools de-emphasize traditional chiropractic metaphysics, adopting a pluralistic complimentary alternative medicine paradigm (applied kinesiology, acupuncture, Oriental herbalism, Taoism, Rolfing, nutriceuticals, phytochemicals, general manipulation, etc.), while the "metaphysical" schools emphasize B. J. Palmer's philosophy of Innate Intelligence channeled though the vertebral column to the extremities, where the Neuro-Vertebral-Subluxation Hypothesis of Dis-ease is putated to exist, and limits the practice of chir...

    I agree that either Chiropractic schools or Chiropractic school has to go and am open to arguments for either. ---- Dēmatt (chat)05:22, 23 November 2007 (UTC) 1. Go for it! It really needs to be done. -- Fyslee / talk07:08, 23 November 2007 (UTC) 1. 1.1. Done. -- Levine2112 discuss19:13, 26 November 2007 (UTC)

    I'm not sure its right to start off with "Chiropractors in Australia do not hold the title of Doctor" because it is untrue. All medics, dentists, vets, and chiropractors with 5 years of official education will almost always use the title/prefix of "Dr" in their workplace. Are you referring to the degree? Yes, in USA the degree of 'M.D.' (Doctor of Medicine) will be called 'Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery' here in Australia (MBBS). Similarly, the degree of 'D.C.' (Doctor of Chiropractic) will be called 'Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Chiropractic' here (Murdoch Uni). Tsufi (talk) 18:20, 18 December 2007 (UTC) 1. You you can provide a verifiable reliable source which confirms what you are stating here, then by all means update the page. Be sure to cite the source which you are getting the information from. -- Levine2112 discuss04:19, 18 December 2007 (UTC) 1. My only sources are clinic websites themselves. For example, three graduates of the BSc/BChiro double-degree from Mur...

    Hey EBDCM, we need some references on the straight/mixer/reform statuses of the schools. Where are you getting that info? -- Dēmatt (chat)05:05, 19 February 2008 (UTC) 1. Its categorized by their curriculums, philosophies and treatment protocols. Reform is evidence-based primarily NMS; Mixer retains more traditional chiropractic techniques and philosophies and lexicon, straights are principle/subluxation based chiropractic colleges with strong sentiment tradional philosophy and practice. —Preceding unsigned comment added by EBDCM (talk • contribs) 05:25, 19 February 2008 (UTC) 1. 1.1. References were asked for and have not been provided. I looked at the websites of a few of the colleges and did not see any characterization as "straight", "mixer", "progressive" or "reform": only philosophical statements that the human body is considered an integrated unit or something like that. I plan to delete the classifications of the schools as "(Straight)" etc. Je regrette, EBDCM, mais it seems...

    What is this section supposed to be? Is it a references section? Is it implying that chiropractic schools offer distance education? DigitalC (talk) 05:59, 26 June 2008 (UTC) 1. I have wondered the same thing. News to me. -- Fyslee / talk06:06, 26 June 2008 (UTC)

    I have added a link to a list provided to me by the authorities in the ECCE. They asked me to edit this to show the distinction between the colleges, as there seems to be some ongoing controversy in Europe regarding accredited programs and the Chiropractic establishment. The document is one they provided me and I scanned, and made available online. I shall replace it with a direct link to the document as soon as they provide this, as I have requested.Regardless, the ICCE recognizes the ECCE and all the CCE's one another, and thus these are the accredited colleges in Europe. I shall try to add links to some references to show the other regions of the World and notate if they are accredited by their regional CCE's as well. Д-рСДжП,ДС 21:37, 29 October 2009 (UTC)I have added a link to a list at the request of the authorities in the ECCE. They asked me to edit this to show the distinction between the colleges, as there seems to be some ongoing controversy in Europe regarding accredited...

    Should we be adding a reference for each school? Or, if it is accreditted, is the accrediation reference enough?

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  6. Medical Despotism, the AMA’s and Wikipedia’s Offensive Against Chiropractic Richard Gale & Gary Null Progressive Radio Network, May 30, 2018 “Chiropractic is a form of alternative medicine mostly concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, especially the spine.

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