Episode 299: Barcelona, Picasso and Chiropractic

Just visited the Picasso Museum in Barcelona, looking at Picasso’s 1957 interpretation of the painting Las Meninas by Velazquez (from 1656). The same scene, 2 dramatically different representations. This holds true with chiropractic. There were no complaints about either version of the painting. Nobody said one painting was ‘rubbish’. Can’t we do that in chiropractic? Can the mechanistic chiro’s and the subluxation-based chiro’s finally agree that we are all trying to help people?

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