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Anyone had chiropractic treatment for running? Worth it or quackery?

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cabletow
Its their nuts you need
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SODIron © 2002
lol...nice...I may pop into my local alternative therapy store to see if they'll sell me some squirrel nuts....
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10:54pm, 22 Feb 2012
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The_Saint
Ancient civilisations often had rites such as human sacrifice to please the Sun god or to ensure that crops didn't fail, the Sun being an obliging chap tended to always reward their devotion by rising the next day, crops were a bit more awkward but failures would be explained by the people not being devout enough.

Nothing changes really in terms of humans and reasoning does it?

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Anyone out there had chiropractic treatment for running? My physio referred me and after assessment...

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