I’m writing this blog from 30,000 feet above the Atlantic Ocean and I’ve got to tell you, I thought I might get some good sleep before I return home to see patients Monday morning….but there’s absolutely no chance of that anytime soon! In fact, I’m so inspired by the students and doctors who just completed […]
This past Friday was a huge day for our country. Regardless of who you voted for on January 20th a change was coming. Some people loved the decision, others marched against it….and like it or not we have a new president. Change comes in many forms, sometimes it’s voting, other times it’s a resigning of […]
As you all know, The Art of the Specific Family lost its leader, Dr. Andy Roberts, to a sudden and totally unexpected tragedy. This loss has left us all shaken and very upset. Not a day goes by that he is not very missed, and he continues to inspire each and every one of us […]
Andy Roberts 1963 – 2016 On Saturday, June 11, 2016 I lost my very best friend in the whole world as Dr. Andy Roberts passed away after he suffered from cardiac arrest the Friday before. Today we will remember him at a memorial service, followed by his burial. This week has been incredibly difficult, yet […]
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“CHIROPRACTIC IS A PHILOSOPHY, SCIENCE AND ART. Philosophy, science and art each has ITS constants. In practice, each practitioner has HIS variables.” The quote can be found in the “yellow” Green Book XX entitled, Precise, Posture-Constant, Spinograph, Comparative Graphs. From the beginning of BJ Palmer’s Chiropractic journey to its end, this theme encompasses his driving […]
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What we term thermography today began in Chiropractic almost at its inception, as our founder DD Palmer spoke of heat in his writings. BJ Palmer and the early practitioners were the ones who put the concept of heat into practice as a tool in the analysis of vertebral subluxation. Interestingly, although the thought of what [...]