August 25, 2016

This Oakland DC went on TV to talk Chiropractic but then THIS happened

By Tristan Schaub In Chiropractic Pop Culture, Chiropractic Success, Interview, Marketing, Marketing Tools, News

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It wasn’t D.D. Palmer being mentioned on TV…which is awesome 

It wasn’t the absolute brilliance in clarity and color this young DC shed on Chiropractic…again AMAZING

It wasn’t a fresh D.C. sharing a subtle story of the history of Chiropractic and what the AMA tried and failed to do…which was to destroy Chiropractic and it’s super duper cool that this Doctor of Chiropractic brought this subject up.

It was right at the 4 min mark. The Elephant in the room of  Chiropractic if you will.

Need a


Here is ours:

Thank you to the interviewer for bringing up a subject no one really talks about: The lack of care African Americans seek and options offered.

Thank you to this DC for helping to bridge the gap with Chiropractic and the African-American community AND bringing up one of one of the least talked about epidemics!

If you’re African-American, there’s a good chance that you, a relative or an African-American friend has the disease, which is also known as HBP or hypertension. Not only is HBP more severe in blacks than whites, but it also develops earlier in life.


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