Chiropractic and Beyond

Episode #136
Sep 29, 15
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Join us in a conversation with Burton Wagner, D.C. as he shares his views on traditional chiropractic medicine and how it can be used to improve healing and health. We will also learn about his special work in Network Spinal Analysis and the Bliss Program as it relates to the Functional Disconnection Syndrome

Hosts: Dr. Glenn Wollman, Christina Souza Ma and special guest Burton Wagner. Airing on Tuesdays @ 10:30am PST (1:30pm EST)

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Burton Wagner

I’m Dr. Burton Wagner and I have been a practicing Chiropractor for the last 14 years. I am married to my beautiful wife Emma, who is also a Chiropractor, and we have two beautiful children; a son Keoni 13 years old and a daughter Eowyn 10 years old. Read full bio »

Glenn Wollman

Glenn Wollman, MD, has always been at the leading edge of medicine. He helped pioneer the specialty of Emergency Medicine and, at the same time, also developed and ran one of the first hospital-based Integrative Medicine programs in the Unitied… Read full bio »

2 Responses to "136: Chiropractic and Beyond"

  1. Richard Fox

    I would be curious as to if there were 4 or 5 Network practitioner’s performing Network Spinal Analysis, if they would all come up with the same Spinal Gateway’s.

    • glenn Wollman

      We appreciate all comments and participation on MMT
      Glenn D. Wollman, MD

      This is the reply from Dr. Burton Wagner, D.C.

      I’m happy to reply and a good discussion would be really fun. Here goes:
      Thank you for your question and interest Rick. The simple answer to your question is yes, they should. It takes training to recognize a Spinal Gateway and then practice to effectively find them. In Network Spinal Analysis we are trained to recognize and work with Spinal Gateway’s as a unique entity with a common reference point for what is and what is not a Spinal Gateway. As care progresses the Spinal Gateways are developed so that they become more obvious with palpation. There are several Spinal Gateways in the cervical and sacral spine so we have to be specific as to which one we are talking about. Not every person has the same Spinal Gateway’s and for this reason they are tracked and noted for future reference and for communicating with other practitioners. A Spinal Gateway elicits a physical response so it becomes evident if you are “on it” or not.
      I think the question is coming from the idea of a subluxation being reproducibly found among practitioners and while I didn’t say that exactly I have tried to make reference to answer the question.
      Burton Wagner, D.C.

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