To sign that I'd have to be hurting very badly and really believe this particular practitioner could help. There are lots of doctors and lots of chiropractors out there. I'd tell the office manager that clause is offensive. To black it out is good; to work with somebody who doesn't commit insurance fraud and also doesn't make you sign something that says you'll give up your rights is worse. I wouldn't tell 'em to get lost until I knew I had another place to go that would be at least as helpful for my problem. Best wishes, Chris
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