Just what is Chiropractic and why and how does it work?
September 16, 2014
Hosted by Dorrin B. Rosenfeld, DC with occasional Co-Host Robert M. Woolery, DC
Everyone has their own opinion on what Chiropractic is. Depending on their own past experience, the reason that prompted them to go, and the effect, these opinions may be wildly different. Chiropractic is General Health Care, although we've all heard our own versions and stories. Unlike Western Medicine there are as many different styles to get the same result as there are individuals in the profession. During this show, we will try to explain the origins and permutations, and how how so many different styles can each work in different cases. Hopefully, this episode will give the general public a broader definition, than the one taught by MD's, helpful neighbors and interfering relatives.
Miracles of Chiropractic: Turning on the Power Within
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This show is about how Chiropractic can help you whether or not you believe in it. This drug-free alternative to traditional medicine has the power to positively unleash the body’s own healing energy. Medical research is constantly demonstrating how Chiropractic care saves time and money compared to the Western Medicine paradigm of “mask the symptoms with drugs.”
You can realize that many of your conditions are fixable or can be helped. Complementary healing methods can often work together with spectacular results.
On the show we will talk about what “adjusting” means, the specific benefits of upper Cervical Chiropractic, several complimentary healing methods, how DC’s benefit chronic conditions, and specific neurological conditions like epileptic seizures or fibromyalgia. We will talk about this using current research, specific cases, and philosophy.
Dorrin B. Rosenfeld, DC with occasional Co-Host Robert M. Woolery, DC
Dr. Dorrin graduated from Amherst College with a degree in Philosophy and Women's Studies. She then joined the Peace Corps to teach HS Chemistry in Belize, Central America. While there, she was hit by a tortilla truck while walking, and spent the next year and a half in a hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. After escaping the hospital, she returned to Belize and met a chiropractor. He made such a positive change in her life, she graduated from Chiropractic School, and has since been able to make a similar impact on others. Her special emphasis is patients with traumatic or acquired brain injuries.
Otherwise, she has been involved with Toastmasters International for almost ten years, in leadership and speaking roles. In the 1990’s, she was certified in Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation, Activator Methods, and Blair Upper Cervical Technique. In 2013, she published a chapter in a Chicken Soup for the Soul Collection: The Well-Adjusted Soul (Feel-good Stories from the Heart of Chiropractic). She is also currently a mentor for students at Amherst College.