December 14, 1979
ELWOOD MILLER AND MARGARET MILLER, HIS WIFE, APPELLANTS
MRS. WILLIAM JOHNSON AND THE ALLENTOWN SCHOOL OF COSMETOLOGY, INC.
No. 1445 October Term, 1979, Appeal from the Order of the Court of Common Pleas of Lehight County, Civil Action-Law, No. 601 April Term, 1977.
Before Price, Watkins, and Hoffman, JJ.
Per Curiam OPINION
Appellant contends that chiropractic services should qualify as "medical services" for purposes of meeting the threshold requirements of section 301 (a)(5)(b) of the No-Fault Motor Vehicle Insurance Act, Act of July 19, 1974, P.L. 489, No.176, Art.III, sec. 301 (43 P.S. $1009.301). In the case of Babcock v. Tippett, Pa. Superior Ct., 394 A.2d 607 (1978), we held that chiropractic services do not so qualify.
Accordingly, the order of the court of common pleas is affirmed.
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