Monthly Archives: April 2010

World’s strongest man and Chiropractic

“I was affected in a very positive way by a Palmer grad in the early 1980s. I wouldn’t be who am today without him. My Palmer chiropractor helped me win competitions and become the World’s Strongest Man three years running.” … Continue reading

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The Story of Being Neck Conscious


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Proper Graphing Technique

Proper graphing technique is important regardless of the type of thermal recording instrument used. The patient should be in a neutral and natural position. A posture constant chair facilitates this, but using the left arm and hand to support the … Continue reading

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Specific Cervical Neurology – Dr. Dan Murphy

Dr. Dan Murphy – Upper Cervical Subluxation Some great information about how Specific Cervical Chiropractic can have dramatic affects in mutiple types of disorders – what we would call dis-ease. The removal of vertebral subluxation – the specific subluxation – … Continue reading

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The Chiropractor – Chiropractic Technique Notes

In an effort to start the dialog about specific cervical chiropractic, I thought it appropriate to start with the fundamentals. Dr. Crowder always recommended understanding the fundamentals before moving forward into more complex thinking. What better place to begin then … Continue reading

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The Purpose of this blog

The purpose of this blog is simple – to provide a useful tool on the internet where students can find information pertaining to specific cervical chiropractic (SCC). What is specific cervical chiropractic? Specific cervical chiropractic is the advanced application of … Continue reading

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