PSCA Notes

The correction of subluxation for the removal of interference to the mental impulse and the philosophy behind is often a new or poorly understood concept for many in the public who view chiropractic as a treatment for neck and back pain. Subluxation centered chiropractors work diligently to educate their patients about subluxation and the philosophy behind their care. Analogies can be a useful tool to help educate those patients.
We really do need each other. Chiropractors benefit when they join together with other chiropractors of like mind. Certainly, in PSCA membership, there are numerous benefits in belonging to an organization centered, from a vitalistic perspective, on the correction of vertebral subluxation.
Over a decade of design advances have happened since I have last been in the car market. Many of those advances are now standard safety features which grace most models, from blind spot indicators, to lane drift correction and auto braking.
Part of our profession chooses to focus on correction of subluxation solely to remove interference to the expression of the mental impulse.
Chiropractors correct vertebral subluxations. We include the adjective of vertebral because we recognize the unique anatomical relationship between the nerves and spinal column (Principle 31).
Chiropractic philosophy is the basis for the “why” of what we do as chiropractors. We (hopefully) study chiropractic philosophy in chiropractic college and if not, many chiropractors found a way to learn it on their own from reading the green books, books by modern chiropractic philosophers, seminars, or small study groups.
We adjust vertebral subluxation giving opportunity for innate intelligence to respond and remove the interference thus beginning the restoration cycle. 
Let us suppose you stopped at a restaurant and ordered a hamburger. The sandwich happens to be spoiled. On the way home, you begin to vomit and have diarrhea. You conclude that you are sick (unhealthy) and must somehow stop the vomiting and diarrhea. In this situation are you actually unhealthy? The answer is no.
Whereas, addressing subluxations and spinal adjustments are central to The South Carolina Chiropractic Practice Act. The Palmetto State Chiropractic Association (PSCA) considers it standard practice and an acceptable standard of care for practitioners to choose to deliver care solely for the location, analysis, and correction of vertebral subluxations in infant, child and adult patients, regardless of whether symptoms are present or not. Vertebral subluxations are in and of themselves a detriment to one’s overall health.