Check out the ridiculousness that is Chiropractic.
The Skeptics Guide 5×5 has 3 short and informative episodes on the history and current developments of this pseudoscience.
Did you know that
The longstanding feud between chiropractors and medical doctors continued for decades. The AMA labeled chiropractic an “unscientific cult” in 1966, and until 1980 held that it was unethical for medical doctors to associate with “unscientific practitioners”. This culminated in a landmark 1987 decision, Wilk v. AMA, in which the court found that the AMA had engaged in unreasonable restraint of trade and conspiracy, and which ended the AMA’s de facto boycott of chiropractic. [source]
The success of Chiropractic is based upon its political promotion of itself, promotion of Chiropractic as a business and not based upon scientific evidence or research.
They may be able to treat your back pain in some circumstances, but you can not treat diseases with this “flow of life force energy” nonsense.
So please people don’t fall for stuff like that. It is as effective as prayer, power balance bands or similar scams.
Rather take therapeutic massages, since those at least have proven effects.