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Samuel Homola

Samuel Homola is a retired chiropractor. He is the author of fifteen books, including Inside Chiropractic (Prometheus, 1999) and A Chiropractor?s Self-Help Back and Body Book (Hunter House, 2002). This is his third article for Skeptical Inquirer.

Should Chiropractors Treat Children?

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 34.5, September/October 2010


Parents should be made aware of possible risks associated with chiropractic treatment of children, particularly the services offered by “pediatric chirop...

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Chiropractic Neck Manipulation and Informed Consent

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 33.4, July / August 2009


Although there is evidence to indicate that neck manipulation can cause stroke by damaging vertebral or carotid arteries...

Chiropractic: A Profession Seeking Identity

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 32.1, January / February 2008

Chiropractic: A Profession Seeking Identity

The chiropractic profession is resisting changes that will establish it as a back-pain specialty...

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