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Look Who’s on the Cover!

Look who’s on the cover of Masters of Health Magazine! Our own Dr. Plasker along with his story in this issue is entitled, “The Chiropractic Journey – From Persecuted to ESSENTIAL.” In addition to Dr. Plasker, another 100 Year Lifestyle provider, Dr. Paul Weeks, wrote an article entitled “Aligned Athletes Perform Better.” He’s not wrong!

Dr. Plasker’s “The Chiropractic Journey” will take you on the rollercoaster ride of chiropractic care from the first treatment through to the present day. You’ll be surprised at what chiropractors encountered along the way to become present day essential providers. However, it will also give you a better understanding of the depth of commitment and caring that the profession as a whole embodies when it comes to providing healthcare for their communities. As a profession, the commitment to principle has never waivered, regardless of the cost. These early providers exemplified courage and sacrifice. It’s a story we should all be aware of.

Chiropractic care began on September 18,1895 with D.D. Palmer when he performed an adjustment on a partially deaf janitor, Harvey Lillard. During an examination, Palmer noticed Lillard had a vertebra out of position. He performed spinal adjustments on Lillard that also restored Lillard’s hearing and word began to spread. Enough with the introduction. Read the whole thing for yourself here….

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