When I was a child my mother took me to the chiropractor. It was for her mostly. Sometimes I would get adjusted too. I thought he was a little strange, but I liked his stories. He seemed VERY smart. He would get on his soapbox and tell about all the people that benefited from chiropractic and all the sad stories about the people that went to hospitals and medical doctors to get help and ended up worse off than before.
When I was older, I thought that he was strange or a quack or both.
Now I have gone through some of the very things he talked about.
Little did I know that later on in life I would come to appreciate all that he had said.
Now I feel he was a very smart man and someone that had a grasp of the real world. He didn't have all the answers, but he was open minded and thought for himself. I'm not saying that chiropractic is an answer or that traditional medicine is bad. Just that my wife is one of those people that needs something more than what has been offered.