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The Benefits of Chiropractic
Courtesy of:
Alejandro T. Martinez, D.C.
(956) 630-2220

Dr. Phil Promotes Chiropractic

On the Dr. Phil show he talks about chiropractic and his experience with chiropractic. Dr. Mancini, Doctor of Chiropractor and President of Parker University in Dallas Texas, talks about chiropractic and about his book and the body’s ability to self-heal. Dr. Phill met Dr. Mancini over 14 years earlier and felt that Dr. Mancini treated him as a whole and not just his back pain. Dr. Mancini states there are 3 parts to self-healing: 1. Physical Self-Healing, 2. Emotional Self-Healing, and 3. Spiritual Self-Healing. Our bodies were born to be self -healing. Dr. Phil states he gets chiropractic care twice a week for the last 10 years.

The Doctors: Dr. Mancini Discusses the Benefits of Chiropractic

The Doctors: The Benefits of Chiropractic

On the show The Doctors, Dr. Travis Stork, M.D. recommends to a patient, Beverly, to see a chiropractor for her low back pain. Beverly had tried other means and even massage, but her lifestyle didn’t allow her to live a pain free life. Dr. Fabrizio Mancini, DC, President of Parker University, discusses the benefits of chiropractic on the Doctors. “The pain may not be what you think.” Dr. Fabrizio explains that you need to look for the cause of the problem, not just treat the symptoms. The pain itself is not the problem. After doing an evaluation and treating Beverly, she showed improvement and is now able to travel and live life pain free.

Kim Kardashian recommends Chiropractic

On “Keeping Up with The Kardashians,” Kim Kardashian recommends that her sister Kourtney gets an adjustment for the first time while Kim has acupuncture.  Khloe Kardashian  inquires about getting her memory back and seeks chiropractic help. Kim Kardashian realizes that chiropractic is beneficial and uses chiropractic care on a regular basis. She even recommends it to her sisters, because she states “it will change your life.”

Dr. Oz on Chiropractic

Dr. Oz on chiropractic. He states that Chiropractic has been considered alternative treatment, however new studies show it could be just affective as pain medication. So he has the “assistant of the day” get an adjustment for the first time on this show. The word Chiropractor comes from Greek meaning “done by hand.” A little bit of misalignment multiplies and affects the way we feel. He talks about how herniated disc can pinch on the nerve. Prevention is the key to avoiding pain.


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