You know, the facts speak for themselves. People are turning to chiropractic in droves because it is safe and effective. The author talks about strokes after chiropractic "manipulations". However, he never discuss the the real truth; incidents of strokes after a "manipulation" are only one half of the general populatuion who did not have a "manipulation". This is like looking into how many people die in car crashes after a "manipulation". Where's the causality. To me, this "oversight" or lack of scientific acuracy reflects poorly on the author, who's agenda is clear. I am a chiropractor, and I have now practiced for four years. In all that time I've never had one problem during, or after, a chiropractic adjustment. I do not even know a collegue who has had one. Ask a medical doctor if his experiences in care are similar.