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The first Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractor in Lubbock, TX and his three scientific discoveries with Dr Tyler Evans

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Dr. Tyler Evans researching Dr. Blair

Dr. Tyler Evans has been digging deep into the personal and professional history of Dr. William Blair, the developer of the Blair Upper Cervical Technique. Major sources in his research has been ancestry.com and newspapers.com

Dr. Blair grew up in Yale, Oklahoma, the son of an insurance salesman and postmaster. In his teens, his life was massively inhibited by severe asthma to the point that he was told he wouldn’t live past his teenage years. A young woman named Beatrice saved his life by referring him to an Upper Cervical Doctor. William Blair found relief and enrolled in Palmer College of Chiropractic during a time when there was lots of research and development of chiropractic techniques.

Some of the topics covered in this episode include:

  • Why Dr. Blair ended up in Lubbock, TX.
  • How his upbringing influenced his career.
  • Dr. Blair’s time at Palmer College; his exposure to research and technique development, as well as his own chiropractic care by Dr. Lyle Sherman.
  • The significance of Dr. Blair’s spinograhic research; using 2-D x-ray technology to see 3-D. Our modern technology proves his discoveries.
  • Discovering malformations and asymmetry and why that has helped so many people.
  • Why studying history is important to modern science and better patient outcomes.

Relevant episodes mentioned in this interview:

The benefits to 3-D CBCT imaging and what it can do for you with Chris Thornburgh and Lori Crowder

To contact Ruth:

806-747-2735

https://www.blairclinic.com

ruth@blairclinic.com

https://www.facebook.com/rutelin

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Manage episode 408311095 series 3435919
Indhold leveret af Ruth Elder. Alt podcastindhold inklusive episoder, grafik og podcastbeskrivelser uploades og leveres direkte af Ruth Elder eller deres podcastplatformspartner. Hvis du mener, at nogen bruger dit ophavsretligt beskyttede værk uden din tilladelse, kan du følge processen beskrevet her https://da.player.fm/legal.

Dr. Tyler Evans researching Dr. Blair

Dr. Tyler Evans has been digging deep into the personal and professional history of Dr. William Blair, the developer of the Blair Upper Cervical Technique. Major sources in his research has been ancestry.com and newspapers.com

Dr. Blair grew up in Yale, Oklahoma, the son of an insurance salesman and postmaster. In his teens, his life was massively inhibited by severe asthma to the point that he was told he wouldn’t live past his teenage years. A young woman named Beatrice saved his life by referring him to an Upper Cervical Doctor. William Blair found relief and enrolled in Palmer College of Chiropractic during a time when there was lots of research and development of chiropractic techniques.

Some of the topics covered in this episode include:

  • Why Dr. Blair ended up in Lubbock, TX.
  • How his upbringing influenced his career.
  • Dr. Blair’s time at Palmer College; his exposure to research and technique development, as well as his own chiropractic care by Dr. Lyle Sherman.
  • The significance of Dr. Blair’s spinograhic research; using 2-D x-ray technology to see 3-D. Our modern technology proves his discoveries.
  • Discovering malformations and asymmetry and why that has helped so many people.
  • Why studying history is important to modern science and better patient outcomes.

Relevant episodes mentioned in this interview:

The benefits to 3-D CBCT imaging and what it can do for you with Chris Thornburgh and Lori Crowder

To contact Ruth:

806-747-2735

https://www.blairclinic.com

ruth@blairclinic.com

https://www.facebook.com/rutelin

  continue reading

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