Just recently, an unlicensed chiropractor snapped the neck of a man and was arrested, here. Now a Canadian woman, Sandra Nette, has filed a class action the Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors and the provincial government for half a billion dollars after she was left paralyzed after an upper spine manipulation procedure. She has not only filed the complaint but created the video below on her ordeal.
Her filing states: “The procedure is an ineffective and dangerous one which chiropractors employ routinely. Ideological practitioners of chiropractic masquerading in the white smock of science perpetuate its unregulated, indiscriminate use with the condonation and protection of their supposed regulator against all reason. It has got to be stopped.”
Nette must now use a speech synthesizing touchpad to communicate, which is shown in this video that she has created.
The filing seems to zero in on the practice of upper spin manipulation and the allegedly poor regulation of the industry in Alberta.
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