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Patriot Project

PATRIOT PROJECT
CHIROPRACTIC CODE OF ETHICS

Courtesy of:

Alejandro T. Martinez, D.C.

(956) 630-2220

The Patriot Project

Each participating Chiropractor pledges to treat
ONE PATRIOT PROJECT qualified patient per week.

If military patient is a WOUNDED WARRIOR or has a disability listed on their DD214
form, inform your patient that they have benefits under PUBLIC LAW 107-135
signed by President George Bush in 2002 and have them apply for their benefits.
TREAT THEM REGARDLESS OF OUTCOME.

ALL GOLD STAR DEPENDENTS SHALL RECEIVE UNLIMITED CHIROPRACTIC CARE.
If VETERANS are denied benefits, have them contact their Congressman & US Senator, you as their Doctor should do the same.

PATRIOT PROJECT PATIENTS ARE NEVER TO BE GIVEN A BILL FOR SERVICE.THEY HAVE ALREADY PAID IN FULL.

THE PATRIOT PROJECT PATIENTS ARE TO RECEIVE THE SAME CARE, EXAM, AND DOCUMENTATION, AS ALL OTHER PATIENTS IN YOUR CLINIC.

THE DOCTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PATRIOT PROJECT RECOGNIZE THE SACRIFICE OF OUR SOLDIERS AND THEIR FAMILIES AND CONSIDER IT AN HONOR TO CARE FOR THEIR CHIROPRACTIC NEEDS.
A PATRIOT PROJECT QUALIFIED PATIENT IS ANY ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY, VETERAN, WOUNDED WARRIOR OR FAMILY MEMBER OF ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY INCLUDING:
GOLD STAR DEPENDENTS IN NEED OF CHIROPRACTIC CARE.

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Disfigured soldier speaks out in Las Vegas for veterans suffering pain, injuriesArmy Staff Sgt. Shilo Harris speaks at Parker Seminars – Chiropractic Industry Expo at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas on Friday, Jan. 30, 2015. Harris spoke on behalf of the Patriot Project, a non-profit organization, for spreading …

This information should not be substituted for medical or chiropractic advice. Any and all health care concerns, decisions, and actions must be done through the advice and counsel of a health care professional who is familiar with your updated medical history.

NEW PATIENTS RECEIVE NO UPFRONT COST CONSULTATION.

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