If you are looking to find a chiropractor near me in Denver, CO check out this short video. It’s a humorous look at the past in 1932 with Hollywood illustrating the success of spinal manipulation over conventional medical treatment.
Here you have a young man suffering from a chronic stiff neck. In the full length video you see his mother who insists that he not play with the other children and to keep wearing his neck brace so that he can “get better”. His father, on the other hand, wants him to go out and play and so does the family doctor but the wife who plays the skeptic, scoffs at this advice.
This is relevant today because it’s amazing that there are still people who are skeptical about chiropractic
In the end it is Stymie who administers a chiropractic adjustment quite by accident but to everyone’s amazement, cures the boy’s stiff neck. The father who is delighted his son’s neck can move again, asks Stymie what he did, to which he replies “I just gave it a twist!”
So I hope you enjoy this blast from the past and it brings a smile to your face!
Wasn’t that fun? Share it with your friends! This Our Gang/Little Rascals video shows one of the first Hollywood chiropractic adjustments ever caught on film! But all kidding aside, don’t pay attention to the ratchet spinning noise the special effects people added at the moment Stymie applies the neck adjustment, it doesn’t really sound like that and chiropractic is very safe for people of all ages.
Officially invented in 1895, Chiropractic was still in it’s early days in 1932, yet to date has helped millions of people regain their health naturally through the use of hands only spinal adjustments.
So if you are searching for a chiropractor near me might I suggest checking out the office of Robert Ebeling DC. He has had an office in the Denver area for 25 of the last 120 years that Chiropractic has been in existence.
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And in case you missed it, here’s the movie dialogue:
“Look the Mule ran away!”
Twist and CRACK! “Down there!”
At which point the boy smiles and says “Gee, I can move my neck! Gee, you cured me!”
“Aww, that’s nothing!”
“Come on let’s get going!”
When he arrives home he says “Look mom, my stiff neck isn’t stiff anymore!”
“How did it happen?”
“Well Stymie gave it a twist!”
“A twist?” “Stymie did it?!” “Oh darling I’m so glad!”
“What did you do?”
“Aw I just give it a twist!”