Episode 102 — ChiropracTIC in Crisis, an interview with Dr. Matthew McCoy


Title: ChiropracTIC in Crisis, an interview with Dr. Matthew McCoy

Episode Number: 102

Host: Dr. Thomas Lamar

Show Date: 12/09/11

Run Time: 38:55

Description:  There is a “Perfect Storm” occurring in health care right now — a storm that has decades in the making. And within that storm, a Perfect Storm has come to a head in chiropractic.  Join Dr. Thomas Lamar as he sits down with Dr. Matthew McCoy — an outspoken chiropractor with an astounding resume which gives him a unique vantage point on the political atmosphere of the chiropractic profession.  In this interview, Dr. McCoy unpacks this storm for us and gives us some solid marching orders to combat it.  (Interview recorded On Location at the Fall 2011 New Beginnings Chiropractic Weekend in Long Branch, New Jersey).

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ON LOCATION in New Jersey

-21st Anniversary-

Chiropractic Political Commentator

Matthew McCoy, DC

New Beginnings Chiropractic Weekends

Fall 2011

Dr. Thomas Lamar interviews chiropractic political commentator, Dr. Matthew McCoy, at New Beginnings Chiropractic Weekends.

• Learn more about Dr. McCoy

– his main website:  VertebralSubluxationResearch.com

– Dr. McCoy’s Facebook page

Sign the Petition to Restore Integrity to the CCE

• Learn more about New Beginnings Chiropractic Weekends

– Website: NBChiro.com

– Facebook Chiropractic Philosophy Fan Page

– Facebook Chiropractic Group page  

– Facebook Chiropractic History Fan Page

Check out the New Beginnings Interview Archives!

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