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Chiro-Picker’s Fresh Pick — The Building Blocks of Chiropractic

Updated Picker Imageby  Todd Waters, aka “The Chiro-Picker” – SpinalColumnRadio featured blogger


A brick sits on my desk.  But this is not just any brick….

Ryan Block BuildingIn 1888 DD Palmer moved his magnetic healing practice to Davenport, Iowa, renting rooms in the Ryan Block Building on the corner of Second and Brady streets.  Palmer not only used these rooms as his office for his patients, but as his residence for his family.  His vitalistic, hands-only, magnetic healing methods were so successful and sought after, that within four years he required the square footage of the building’s entire fourth floor. Room and board was made available for his most severe cases.

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Episode 140 — Finding Harvey Lillard, Chiropractic’s First Patient and “BJ Palmer Nut,” Dr. Steven Simmons

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Title: Finding Harvey Lillard, Chiropractic’s First Patient and “BJ Palmer Nut,” Dr. Steven Simmons

Episode Number: 140

Host: Dr. Thomas Lamar

Show Date: 09/14/12

Run Time: 61:38

Description:  Chiropractors worldwide know the story of the first chiropractic patient, Harvey Lillard.  But very few know what became of him after his historic day in chiropractic history…. that is until now.  Join Dr. Thomas Lamar as he podcasts alongside Dr. Graeme Gibson On Location in Seattle, WA from the once forgotten gravesite of our profession’s famed janitor, to learn “the rest of the story.”  Plus, Dr. Lamar continues the history theme of this episode by taking you back to the Fall 2011 New Beginnings Chiropractic Weekend to listen-in on an interview with self-proclaimed “BJ Palmer Nut,” Dr. Steven Simmons. (Show recorded On Location at Lake View Cemetery in Seattle, WA.   Interview with Dr. Simmons recorded On Location at the Fall 2011 New Beginnings Chiropractic Weekend in Long Branch, New Jersey).

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Harvey Lillard

…the rest of the story!

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ON LOCATION

and graveside

 

 

Dr. Thomas Lamar interviews Dr. Graeme Gibson at Harvey Lillard’s gravesite to learn the fascinating story of how the once lost resting place of chiropractic’s first patient, was found.

Spinal Column Radio On Location and Graveside at our profession’s first patient: Harvey Lillard.

Read Dr. Graeme Gibson’s blog article on the finding of Harvey Lillard’s grave. 

Pay Homage Harvey Lillard: Get the Map

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ON LOCATION in New Jersey

-21st Anniversary-

BJ Palmer Enthusiast

Steven Simmons, DC

New Beginnings Chiropractic Weekends

Fall 2011

Dr. Thomas Lamar interviews Dr. Steven Simmons at the Fall 2011 New Beginnings Chiropractic Weekend.

• Learn more about Dr. Simmons:

– Dr. Steven’s Practice Website

– Dr. Steven’s Facebook Page

– “Tour” Doc Simmons’ BJ Palmer Chiro History Museum: SCR 096.

• 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!




Episode 075 — Talkin’ the Davenport Blues with Dr. Ron Marsh

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Title: Talkin’ the Davenport Blues with Dr. Ron Marsh

Episode Number: 075

Host: Dr. Thomas Lamar

Show Date: 07/05/11

Run Time: 26:07

Description:  Join Dr. Lamar as he enjoys the company of Road Island chiropracTIC singer and songwriter, Dr. Ron Marsh.  On the show today you’ll find out all about Dr. Marsh’s chiropractic song, “Talkin’ the Davenport Blues,”  plus you’ll get to hear it as he treats us to an “in studio” performance. Recorded On Location at the Spring 2011 New Beginnings Chiropractic Weekend in Long Branch, New Jersey.

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ON LOCATION in New Jersey

-20th Anniversary-

An Interview with singer-songwriter,

Ron Marsh, DC

New Beginnings Chiropractic Weekends

Spring 2011

Dr. Ron Marsh plays his chiropractic song, "Talkin' the Davenport Blues," in our On Location Studio a the Spring 2011 New Beginnings Chiropractic Weekends.

• Learn more about New Beginnings Chiropractic Weekends

– Website: NBChiro.com

– Facebook Chiropractic Philosophy Fan Page

– Facebook Chiropractic History Fan Page 

– Facebook Chiropractic Group page  


Check out the New Beginnings Interview Archives! (plus see who’s still the cue for release)





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