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Under normal circumstances, x-rays should be taken before an adjustment but after the examination. The subluxation is found on the patient and not on the x-ray, so if no subluxation is found on the patient during the examination than there is little need to x-ray.

I don’t know of any “quick quack schools” that produce doctors of chiropractic, and the actual chiropractic education is actually quite impressive when compared with that of a M.D. or D.O.
 
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