CF 076: w/ Dr. David Graber (Part One) – Chiropractic Technique, Chiropractic Gurus, Teaching
Today we’re going to be talking with Dr. David Graber from New Jersey. Parsippany, NJ to be specific.
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Let’s get to our guest today. As I mentioned at the top of the show, we have Dr. DavidCF ep. 76 Graber with us today.
- Dr. Graber graduated from New York Chiropractic College in 1985 and got his Sports Diplomate in 1996.
- He is a fromer NYCC assistant instructor of diagnosis and technique.
- He developed and taught over 20 different post-graduate courses in Chiropractic technique and theory, and rehabilitation.
- He was voted chiropractor of the year in 2012 by the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors
- He is the charman of the ANJC council on technique and clinical excellence.
- And he’s here with us today.
- Welcome to the show
- Tell me about your journey into chiropractic
- Tell me about your journey into evidence-based chiropractic
- When did you start getting into speaking and giving presentations? How did that come about?
- I noticed a powerpoint where you taught cervical adjusting. After going through the powerpoint, how many ways are there to adjust a neck? Minus the techniques Rambo and Chuck Norris use of course : )
- You say you know how to suck at a technique. I don’t know anyone that wants to suck but, in order to
avoidingsucking, you must explain.
- You mention the people that are publishing research and teaching courses on Chiropractic technique and how to approach them as if they were a financial planner. Can you explain that a little further for us?
- I can’t think of anyone better than you to ask this question of. I see so many polar opinions concerning this: with the rising popularity of the YouTube folks like Cipriano and Gregory Johnson, AKA – Ring Dinger – what is
youopinion of the Y-axis adjustment? Is it as dangerous as some think?
I want you to know with absolute certainty that when Chiropractic is at its best, you can’t beat the risk vs reward ratio because spinal pain is primarily a movement-related pain and typically responds better to movement-related treatment instead of chemical treatments like pills and shots.
When compared to the traditional medical model, research and clinical experience show that many patients get good or excellent results through chiropractic for headaches, neck pain, back pain, joint pain, to name just a few.
Chiropractic care is safe and cost-effective. It can decrease instances of surgery & disability. Chiropractors normally do this through conservative, non-surgical means with minimal time requirements or hassle to the patient.
And, if the patient develops a “preventative” mindset going forward from initial recovery, chiropractors can likely keep it that way while raising the general, overall level of health of the patient!
Patients should have the guarantee of having the best treatment offering the least harm.
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