Template talk:Chiropractic

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This is excellent work. Thanks, 2over0. -- ǝʌlǝʍʇ ǝuo-ʎʇuǝʍʇ ssnɔsıp 17:47, 17 July 2009 (UTC)

Thankee :). I tried to balance thoroughness against not just reproducing Category:Chiropractic, but please adjust as you see fit. - 2/0 (cont.) 21:39, 19 July 2009 (UTC)

The changes made inadvertently left out the "people" category, and re-placed the WCA in the same category as the WHO recognized legitimate agencies that the profession worldwide has elected to represent them. The WCA is a self-appointed club run by two guys from Arizona,who CALL themselves "World" something. I can call myself the World Investment Fund, but the name does not give me legitimate status in the financial markets. The IAOCO is a recognized agency, which honors DC's who have been Olympic Team doctors, but due to absence of sufficient news coverage it , for now, fails "notability". The WCA, has unfortunately been in the news because they push themselves on the profession, and most of their coverage has been detrimental to, not positive for Chiropractic around the planet. So they become "notorious", and thus get notice in Wiki??? Maybe they shouldn't be in this template at all??Д-рСДжП,ДС 22:16, 11 January 2010 (UTC)

Edits Feb 2013[edit]

I edited the template in hopes of improving the structure and content. I removed national accreditation agencies and associations in deference to international ones. I included non SMT treatment interventions routinely (>50%) used. I added 2 non Palmer (Keating, Janse) per my research at the list of notable chiropractic people. If there are any questions or concerns to my edits, please feel free to discuss them at Talk. Cheers! DVMt (talk) 21:37, 15 February 2013 (UTC)