Tuesday, June 27, 2017 by Martin Mavis
The FDA has now begun a process of recommending that doctors discuss acupuncture and chiropractic care options with their patients in order to reduce the number of opioid addicts (and deaths).
Podcast Transcript: “You’re going to be shocked here but I’ve got something really complimentary and positive to say about the US Food and Drug Administration. Yes, the FDA! Stand by because you are going to hear the Health Ranger say something good about the FDA. Look I criticize when they deserve criticism, but I also compliment them when they deserve to be complimented. That’s what this is all about. I don’t ‘have it in’ for the FDA. I don’t ‘have it in’ for the CDC. I’m just telling you the way it is, the way I see it. End of story. If they do something good I’m going to put it on the record. Here it is. The FDA has now essentially endorsed the idea, in a guidance document that is going to be released to doctors, that pain management options that are taught by doctors to patients, must include discussions of chiropractor care and acupuncture. Yeah, I know! It’s almost like you can’t believe I said what I just said. ‘The FDA could be endorsing chiropractic medicine and Chinese medicine, acupuncture? Why would they do that?’ Well, let me explain. The drug industry is in a massive crisis…” Listen to the full podcast below: