This episode is a quick history lesson regarding two key men that were influential in Kent Keyser's life (as well as so many others), but are no longer with us. They are David Lamb and Jeff Ellis.
Here's a little treat for the weekend... you're gonna want to take some time out of your day/night to pay attention here. The one and only Diane Lee drops in with us!
I'm sharing today how I've modified an upper cervical model to have a representation of all the suboccipital muscles and vertebral artery. Check it out and tell me what you think!
Gail Wetzler joins us next in our interview series, and I'll go ahead and say it now... you're welcome. Seriously, make sure you save some time in your day/week/whatever to listen to this conversation with Gail. Especially if you are a younger clinician trying to wade through the manual therapy realm of your profession. In our time with Gail, we get to hear some fascinating stories of her youth, early career, things that have led her to where she is today, and much much more. So, I hope you enjoy!
Mike Baum is the next friend we get to speak with in our series of interviews. He is a practice owner in Junction City, OR that probably treats a more wide-variety of patients than most of us on any given day. Talk about a well-integrated clinician... with a background in multiple different manual therapy approaches; as well as PNF, he could probably make your head spin if you tried to keep up with him in the clinic (at least that's what I've been told). So tune in and learn a lot from one of the best human beings out there!