Elizabeth Bagley

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Episode 52 – Hope For TBI, Semaglutide Concerns, Short Walks & PEAK8, Dementia Testing & More

 

In chiropractic, adaptability is the name of the game. Everything we do as humans is adapting to our environment, and when we fail to adapt, things go bad. Bad could be neck, back, or knee pain. Or bad could be cancer. After reviewing this episode, everything we talked about this day concerned failures to adapt, […]

Episode 51 – Recovery Ideas For Everything From Getting Adjusted To Working Out, Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect & “Protein Is Killing You?!?!?”

 

One of the most poorly understood ideas in health is how we focus on recovery. We briefly talk about how we need to take time to recover whether it be from an adjustment or a workout to restore our health to normal. Then we discuss the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect and a recent article that came […]

Episode 50 – What To Pack When You’re A Blair Doc On Vacation! Like Your Listing Card! Plus Other Confusing Terminology

 

We apologize for the non-extravaganza episode, but knowing how important it is to get a vacation in may also require knowing how to get adjusted when traveling on the road to get the most out of your trip! We cover terms like listings, subluxation, neural structural shift & more in this episode as Dr. Beth […]

Episode 49 – Case Discussions, Bad Takes On Recommendations, Rabbit Holes & Meditation

 

Ready for more Blair chiropractic stories and rabbit holes? In this episode, the docs talk about different cases that they’ve seen recently including trigeminal neuralgia hydrocephalus and other things. We also get into discussing how you might have received a situation that is completely different than how it was presented to you. This is one […]

Episode 48 – Restoring Life: Phillip’s 13-Year Journey To Health

 

Have you ever been in so much pain that you’re ready to chop off that body part? Phillip’s struggle with the pain is not the worst of what he went through. He sought out medical doctors from all over the US, in and out of the Veteran Affairs system, to find an answer to get […]