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Sometimes Bears Need Adjusting Too

Blue Bear showed a two point left break on the NCM and a short left leg. Auggie and I determined through palpation and an atlas challenge, we needed to produce an adjustic thrust from the left. He did a great … Continue reading

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In light of the recent passing of my friend and mentor, Dr. John V. Whaley, I thought some Chiropractic in order. The red lines you see here are temperature differential lines. They start from the base of the neck and … Continue reading

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Vertebral Subluxation and the Work Place

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The Atlas Of Life

The Atlas of Life Chiropractic Blog is a great place to learn about Upper Cervical Chiropractic. Take some time and read through what they have to offer.

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Black Tie Seminars

Time to get back to basics with some old time Chiropractic.

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Things need to happen now to save our professionCCE revision form

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Volume XX

HIO calls for precision, efficient, accurate, competent, and honest work at every step of the way. Getting sick people well is largely a question of (a) understanding of depth to which Chiropractic applies (b) understanding of methods Innate works in … Continue reading

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The Penalty of Leadership

The Penalty of Leadership

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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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