Chiropractors at a crossroads: The fight for evidence-based treatment and a profession's reputation

When Christopher Lehmann of Innisfil, Ont., was nine years old, his mother, Sandy Hart-Lehmann, took him to a chiropractor who claimed treatments could ‘correct’ his autism. The family spent at least $5,000 before Christopher called a halt to the treatments. ‘Honestly, I felt I was – I hate to

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