Q: How can we trust what you're saying since you're just trying to get us to come into your office for Chiropractic care?  
A: Our stated and true intention was to inform. At the same time, this was a web-based conversation, so the majority of people watching will not be candidates to come into our office for care. Building our practice, while important to us, was not our intention with creating this webinar. In fact, we took a calculated risk and even caught some backlash that in the short term, could negatively impact our practice. We still wanted to inform people. If someone wants their nervous system checked, we would, of course, tell them how they can do that with us.
Q: Don't you have a lot to gain from giving this information and then people coming into your practice for care?  Isn't this a conflict of interest?
A: We have nothing to gain. And we stated at the beginning of the webinar that we would give anyone who wanted their immune system stronger an opportunity to do so after the webinar. Our point isn’t, “Don’t avoid getting the shots and then play Russian Roulette.” It’s, “Strengthen your immune system and consider the known and potential risks of the shots.” The most effective way we know to strengthen your immune system is through chiropractic adjustments. A lady from Florida that watched the webinar asked us to send her to a local chiropractor. Mission accomplished for her!
Q: I read that it is extremely rare for people to notice neurological complications from the COVID-19 shot.  Are you saying it's common?
A: We are not saying people will have neurological complications for sure, but they need to consider. And it’s possible (even likely) more neurological symptoms will show up in the future. Again, we are telling people to consider the potential risks instead of blindingly running to get shots. The high risk of the disease is not in question. The real question we want people to ask is, “Do I need to take a rushed, unapproved experimental drug to (potentially) lower my risks of getting an infection with a low infection fatality rate when the long-term risks are unknown?"
 Q: You additionally added in autism as a risk from vaccines which has conclusively been shown is NOT to happen.
A: This simply is not true.  We know the internet is riddled with tons of claims that it doesn't, but we have court cases that prove otherwise.  Here's an article to reference.  In addition, and more important than what scientists are pharmaceutical companies agree to research, we have over 13 years of clinical experience working with kids with neurodevelopmental disorders. When you hear, “He was perfectly normal until a few days after his 18-month vaccines….” thousands of times, it gets your attention.  This should not be ignored.  
Q: Sloan Kettering is not saying all changes in mRNA can promote cancer. They are clearly saying certain changes in mRNA could promote cancer. I have seen zero people saying it is linked to cancer. Does that make it impossible? No! But what he quotes provides no support for the idea that these vaccines could promote cancer so not sure why they're saying this.
A: We're saying this because we are using logic and clinical decision-making.  If mRNA changes lower tumor suppressor factor and these new experimental vaccines use mRNA technology, is it possible they could lead to a higher incidence of cancer? The answer is, “Yes! It could!” We are not suggesting that it definitively does, we are saying it could and this fact should be considered before deciding to receive the experimental vaccine.  We’ll have to wait and see what the long-term effects are.
Q: What do you mean when you said, "We have no idea" about future effects?
A:  Think about Agent Orange. DuPont. Vioxx. Lots more. “Oops- it was the cost of doing business” is the response from all the deaths linked directly to these products. We have no idea means we don’t know. If you’re comfortable running out and trying something experimental, go for it.  For those that are concerned, their concerns are valid, because we simply don’t know how this will turn out.
Bottom line: Use information, not fear. Don’t blindly follow - research with people and resources you trust. Think. Be objective.  Protect yourself and your family.