Lex Jurgen - October 20, 2016
Nobody has mixed feelings about their chiropractor. Half will tell you they were swindled by a charlatan practicing voodoo science without a medical degree. Something they missed while cursorily reviewing the plastic framed certificates on the wall next to to the electric waterfall display and reminders on where not to park in the strip mall. The other half credit their chiropractor with alleviating insufferable pain and their new, much firmer erections.
"Queen of Snapchat" Katie May died earlier this year in what was originally reported as a stroke related to a nasty fall she took on set of photo shoot. Considering the nature of her photo shoots, assume her family didn't inquire as to the mechanics of the spill. TMZ obtained the coroner's final report which showed that May's cause of death wasn't from the fall, but from a visit to the chiropractor after the injury and a neck adjustment that severed her vertebral artery. You may not know what your vertebral artery is, but you should as hell know it's not so good if severed. The rupture caused her brain to lose oxygen and suffer a critical stroke
When choosing who you let work on your vital organs and spinal column, you could do worse than checking the reserved parking spots below the office. Your real doctor drives something shiny and German. Your chiropractor a Civic with an Uber logo in the right front windshield. This could be a market anomaly produced by an A.M.A. stranglehold on the health care industry. But you'd have to call up the last time you remember a buddy visiting his doctor for a sore neck and leaving in a body bag. Especially a buddy with stellar tits.
Photo Credit: Snapchat
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