So the chiropractor helped with your backpain (I believe there is some evidence that chiropractic manipulation IS efficacious for that) but then spoiled it with woo?
I have a friend who is having a very similar experience; she went to an osteopath recently and he helped with a back problem. He then started giving her dietary advice (telling her amongst other things that she was lactose intolerant). I find this a bit worrying as this friend has had severe eating disorders for many years coming close to death on one occasion.
I looked at his website and found that he also does:
These people surely do themselves no favours mixing at least semi-believable practices with out-and-out woo?Osteopathy
Soft Tissue Massage and Articulation
BTW I looked up Moxibustion
Moxibustion (Chinese: 灸; pinyin: jiǔ) is a traditional Chinese medicine therapy using moxa, or mugwort herb. It plays an important role in the traditional medical systems of China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Tibet, and Mongolia. Suppliers usually age the mugwort and grind it up to a fluff; practitioners burn the fluff or process it further into a stick that resembles a (non-smokable) cigar. They can use it indirectly, with acupuncture needles, or sometimes burn it on a patient's skin.