There are a lot of D.C.s who believe that in order to succeed, please, or be liked, they have to be someone they are not.
…and to some degree, it’s true.
Chiropractors should be in the business of creating solutions for others in a pleasant and convenient way, not necessarily the other way around.
Patients do not exist to solve your problems or to necessarily fall in line with your values and perspectives.
So, if being a fraud means covering up any interpersonal quirks, extreme viewpoints or passions, then by all means, for the sake of your patients and your practice, fraud up.