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  • 2 Lessons

    Beyond Technique: Vern Pierce’s Quest to Correct Spines and Transform Lives

    In this passionate lecture from May 20, 1993 at Sherman College, legendary chiropractor Dr. Vern Pierce shares his decades of experience and evolution in the field. Going beyond specific techniques, he argues the most important factor is truly understanding spine health and having the skill to find and correctly adjust subluxations. He discusses failures and lessons from his early years only adjusting the upper cervical area, leading him to develop a comprehensive analysis system. Dr. Pierce stresses the importance of clear before and after proof, not falling into assumptions. He shares numerous moving patient cases of severe spine curvature and injury, highlighting the incredible transformations possible. Throughout the talk, his love for chiropractic shines as he pushes for the highest standards and getting amazing results for patients.

  • 4 Lessons

    Bud Crowder on Chiropractic

    In this expansive four-part interview, chiropractic pillar Bud Crowder offers invaluable first-hand perspective on the figures, events, and forces that shaped the Palmer College of Chiropractic in its foundational era. With decades of experience under legendary leaders like B.J. Palmer and his son David, Dr. Crowder provides intimate portraits of their leadership styles, visions for the profession, confrontations with opposition, and even admitted mistakes. From the obsession that drove B.J. Palmer to the pressures challenging today's practice of chiropractic, Dr. Crowder contextualizes the field’s history and its pathway ahead with the wisdom of an elder statesman.

  • 5 Lessons

    Herbert Ross Reaver: Most Jailed Chiropractor

    Herbert Ross Reaver is a chiropractic legend often hailed as the 'most jailed chiropractor.' Dr. Reaver's remarkable story is a testament to unwavering dedication and a quest for principle. Born on April 30, 1905, his legacy spans over 70 years of chiropractic practice that left an indelible mark. Explore his monumental journey from graduating Palmer School of Chiropractic in 1928 to serving as the ICA President for two terms under the B.J. Palmer. Traverse the riveting narrative of his eight imprisonments between 1928 and 1943 as he challenged conventions and defended chiropractic principles. Gain unparalleled insights into the remarkable life of a chiropractic pioneer who fearlessly carved his path in the face of adversity.

  • 1 Lesson

    Philosophy in Practice: Liam Schubel

    Dr. Schubel emphasizes that chiropractic philosophy provides the "why" behind everything done in practice, from procedures to communication. It ignites passion rooted in chiropractic's potential to evolve humanity by unleashing innate power through nerve system optimization. He traces practice influences to Drs. Sid Williams, Adam Nogrady, and Thom Gelardi, who modeled high-volume care that transformed lives. Philosophically, he credits Reggie Gold, Joe Strauss, and Gelardi for congruently applying principles. He outlines five key components to integrate philosophy into business: mindset, marketing, conversion, communication, and systems. Dr. Schubel advocates spreading chiropractic as a normal, commonsense healthcare choice so philosophy permeates society.

  • 2 Lessons

    Beyond Technique: Vern Pierce’s Quest to Correct Spines and Transform Lives

    In this passionate lecture from May 20, 1993 at Sherman College, legendary chiropractor Dr. Vern Pierce shares his decades of experience and evolution in the field. Going beyond specific techniques, he argues the most important factor is truly understanding spine health and having the skill to find and correctly adjust subluxations. He discusses failures and lessons from his early years only adjusting the upper cervical area, leading him to develop a comprehensive analysis system. Dr. Pierce stresses the importance of clear before and after proof, not falling into assumptions. He shares numerous moving patient cases of severe spine curvature and injury, highlighting the incredible transformations possible. Throughout the talk, his love for chiropractic shines as he pushes for the highest standards and getting amazing results for patients.

  • 4 Lessons

    Bud Crowder on Chiropractic

    In this expansive four-part interview, chiropractic pillar Bud Crowder offers invaluable first-hand perspective on the figures, events, and forces that shaped the Palmer College of Chiropractic in its foundational era. With decades of experience under legendary leaders like B.J. Palmer and his son David, Dr. Crowder provides intimate portraits of their leadership styles, visions for the profession, confrontations with opposition, and even admitted mistakes. From the obsession that drove B.J. Palmer to the pressures challenging today's practice of chiropractic, Dr. Crowder contextualizes the field’s history and its pathway ahead with the wisdom of an elder statesman.

  • 5 Lessons

    Herbert Ross Reaver: Most Jailed Chiropractor

    Herbert Ross Reaver is a chiropractic legend often hailed as the 'most jailed chiropractor.' Dr. Reaver's remarkable story is a testament to unwavering dedication and a quest for principle. Born on April 30, 1905, his legacy spans over 70 years of chiropractic practice that left an indelible mark. Explore his monumental journey from graduating Palmer School of Chiropractic in 1928 to serving as the ICA President for two terms under the B.J. Palmer. Traverse the riveting narrative of his eight imprisonments between 1928 and 1943 as he challenged conventions and defended chiropractic principles. Gain unparalleled insights into the remarkable life of a chiropractic pioneer who fearlessly carved his path in the face of adversity.

  • 1 Lesson

    Philosophy in Practice: Liam Schubel

    Dr. Schubel emphasizes that chiropractic philosophy provides the "why" behind everything done in practice, from procedures to communication. It ignites passion rooted in chiropractic's potential to evolve humanity by unleashing innate power through nerve system optimization. He traces practice influences to Drs. Sid Williams, Adam Nogrady, and Thom Gelardi, who modeled high-volume care that transformed lives. Philosophically, he credits Reggie Gold, Joe Strauss, and Gelardi for congruently applying principles. He outlines five key components to integrate philosophy into business: mindset, marketing, conversion, communication, and systems. Dr. Schubel advocates spreading chiropractic as a normal, commonsense healthcare choice so philosophy permeates society.

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