Re: Not really an issue but a question
Ever have a crappy attorney? Accountant? Mechanic? Teacher? Physical Therapist? CrossFit certified trainer(yikes!)
IMO, and unfortunately, some use their chiropractic education in order to get into other fields of pseudomedicine, while others use religion and other hard sales tactics to promote their profession. As a chiropractor, I'm embarrassed when I hear chiros talk like that.
That being said, there are thousands of great, and successful ones that find the cause of your dysfunction, and help with patients pain; and also those that work on patients without symptoms to promote health, and improve performance.
There's not a professional sports team without one, and it's not because they sponsor the team with $$$$....it's because a good one is worth the time to find.