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Dr. Avery Jenkins
Dr. Jenkins is a primary care chiropractic physician specializing in the treatment of people with chronic disorders. He is board certified in medical acupuncture and clinical nutrition.
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- The Disorder Nobody Wants To Talk About
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- 25 things you didn't know a chiropractor could do: Chiropractic management of depression.
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March Lecture: Managing Autoimmune Disease
Autoimmune diseases cause chronic disability and are poorly managed using mainstream medicine techniques. At this lecture, you will learn the underlying problems that create or worsen autoimmune diseases, and […]
The Old Ways: A Review
The Old Ways: A Journey On Foot by Robert Macfarlane My rating: 5 of 5 stars This book has taken its place in the top five of my pantheon of […]
Fathers, Sons, Daughters, Paths and Patients
Nearly 17 years ago, my youngest daughter took her first steps at the airport on the way to attend my father’s funeral. That moment, in the sterile hallway of an […]
Of Reps, Wraps and Payola
I’ve never been one to hide my disdain for the tendency of mainstream medicine to allow financial incentives to color medical research and decision-making. In fact, what the record industry […]