Search this site makes finding something obscure so much easier.
If you cannot find what you are looking for, use this feature. It's a very large domain and finding something can be difficult; there are nearly 500 pages. Say, perhaps you are looking for what research has been done on the treatment of whiplash using chiropractic. You'd battle to find the page. Just type in here Research Whiplash
To find links to topics in bold like chiropractic books use the site search function in the navigation bar on your left.
Bernard Preston's disguise, my alter ego, has become paper thin. At my other site you'll also find material on whiplash, and many other things that fascinate me.
Gliding, erecting a solar farm, vegetable gardening and the beauty and health of foods such as green beans and broccoli facts are all important to me. What's so healthy about radishes? They are definitely the easiest salad to grow in any summer garden but you do have to water them if you hit a dry spell. Have you ever thought about keeping bees?
You'll find all this and much more.
There's also plenty about chiropractic, and you may be interested in a page such as a day in the life of Bernard Preston DC; a walk through my clinic. What do we actually do?
These are typical cases that face us on any given day; what makes me so excited about being a bone setter, which is what we were called several centuries ago; that which energises me.
Google appears to frown on too many links, so phrases in bold, like those above, need to be put into the Site Search function in the navigation bar on your left if you want more information.
Here is my third chiropractic book, full of gems from the chiropractic
coalface. These stories, written in Holland will keep you fascinated. They are light, bed side reading; how Hans lost his leg, aged only nine years old, from a
WW II landmine, five months after the war had ended. Suffering did not
embitter Hans, but life turned for the worse when an xray of his wife showed a large hole in the her pelvis.
JAN TWO, the man supporting a favourite patient's arm turned out to be known other than the local priest; her lover too.
A blood diamond merchant who lost his gem, and his finger with it.
Just $2.99 buys you a fascinating glimpse of another culture, and a peep into what really happens at the chiropractic coalface. Enjoy!