Maybe not, but people get over foot and joint problems by changing the way they walk.
Once again, I'm really not sure where you're trying to go with this argument.
My point, in replying to Kryzbyn, was that mental illnesses are still medical problems. Humanity may be better at treating diseases of the body than it is at treating diseases of the mind, but that doesn't make them less valid.
Your reply, apparently, was to say 'Well, we treat some mental problems differently.' That's, frankly, obvious. I didn't say 'all' or even 'the majority'. I said there exist multiple examples. Your statement does not undermine my point, nor the statement I made. Nor does it seem to be trying to agree, since it is a question. It is a non-sequitor disguised as a rhetorical question. If you HAD quoted my whole post (even if you removed Kryzbyn's post to avoid an ever-growing wall of replies), it would have been obviously nonsensical. This drives me to the conclusion that you chose what you did deliberately.
I wasn't trying to argue "validity" of it. It's entirely possible that I merely misunderstood you, for which I apologize. There's no need to cast aspersion at my motives.