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Hello by way of introduction

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by bnbchat, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. bnbchat

    bnbchat Welcome New Poster


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    Hi All,

    I am a practicing DC of 28 years and spent the first 8 years of practice with a DPM and we shared a number of patients. I began working on feet, both adjusting them and working on various soft tissue issues, as well as identifying lower kinetic chain pathomechanics and working to rehabiliatate them through exercise protocols of sensorimotor rehabilitation, adjustive procedures and various physical medicine modalities. I have looked at the total kinetic chain biomechanical aspect of all my patients routinely since 1990 and thoroughly enjoy it. While I am not a certified Graston practitioner, I spent over 16 hours in post graduate technique training with one of the best Graston instructors, Dr. Tom Hyde, a very well respected researcher and author and can attest to it's clinical effectiveness on plantar fascitis and many other connective and related soft tissue disorders. Adjustive techniques, properly applied and Graston technique, properly done both share the immediate positive favorable response the patient can immediately appreciate, in most cases.

    Bob Chatfield D. C.
     
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