Chiropractic and the Cinema
I'm sure that when most parents are taking their children to see the animated movie "Mr. Peabody and Sherman" from Dreamworks, they aren't expecting to see the talented dog Mr. Peabody perform a chiropractic adjustment.
In the film, a character voiced by Stephen Colbert (the host of "The Colbert Report" on Comedy Central) hurts his back simply by standing up from a chair. Mr. Peabody, who is famous from the original "Rocky & Bullwinkle" cartoons for being able to do just about anything, rushes to the rescue. Mr. Peabody proclaims that he is a licensed chiropractor and proceeds to perform a chiropractic adjustment. Although it would have been spectacular to see the patient actually declare his consent for this chiropractic adjustment, we have to make allowances for movies.
Mr. Peabody understands that chiropractic is useful, has mastered his particular chiropractic technique, and underscores the importance of being licensed. In fact, we should probably call him Dr. Peabody.
And, finally, Stephen Colbert's character expresses how delighted he is that a licensed chiropractor came to the rescue. Here's the clip from Youtube:
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