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"Almost all of the commonly used diagnostic procedures and passive modalities utilized by chiropractors are not supported in the available literature. Spinal manipulation has mild support in the treatment of acute low back pain, only being equal to or slightly superior to a placebo. The manipulable lesion appears to be hypothetical." Preston Long, PhD., Skeptic Report. Article originally published in the Journal of Quality Health Care (December 2002)