Posts by: Paul Ingraham

Pseudo-quackery in Chronic Pain Care: a field with a large gray zone between overt quackery and evidence-based care

By: Paul Ingraham, , blogger at Save Yourself

March 23rd, 2010 • Leave a Comment

If you want your quackery strong, like a stiff shot of whiskey, you can certainly get plenty of that: the care of aches, pains and injuries is rife with alternative treatments that are experimental at best, and probably too good to be true. Traumeel, a homeopathic ointment, is one of the most popular topical remedies in the world.  Reiki masters wave their hands over injuries and diseases, wishing them away. A sizeable sect of chiropractors sell the idea that ...

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