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"What do you suppose takes place in the minds of children who have monthly or even weekly treatment for 'subluxations', 'leg-length inequalities', 'energy imbalances' or other delusional concepts…?"
George Magner, 'Chiropractic: The Victim's Perspective', p.124
"Pediatric chiropractic care is often inconsistent with recommended medical guidelines. National studies are needed to assess the safety, efficacy, and cost of chiropractic care for children." Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine (2000)
Concludes that in children with mild or moderate asthma, the addition of chiropractic spinal manipulation to usual medical care provided no benefit. The New England Journal of Medicine (October 1998)