"It takes two to tango"
- Zail Khalsa

As a kid one of my favorite rides at Disney was "Mr. Toad's Wild Ride". I loved how it twisted and turned at a high speed. I would like you to fasten your seatbelts for a wild ride with one of our colleagues who I sincerely appreciate deeply for what he brings to the chiropractic consciousness. In this interview with Dr. Zail Khalsa we go on a journey discussing the full range of chiropractic philosophy. From DD Palmer through BJ, William Harper, Bill Bahan, Donald Epstein as well as the connection between structural and tonal spinal analysis models.

Investigating the description of consciousness plays in relation to chiropractic, the duality of existence and the essence of chiropractic philosophy. This is a deep thought edition from a fan of the mile high movement weekend. I am certain it will get your philosophical wheels spinning and inspire you to think more deeply and read more about a variety of philosophical constructs.

Dr. Khalsa is very well read individual in terms of chiropractic philosophy as well as philosophy as a whole and this episode will give you a glimpse of an expanded vision and thought process relative to chiropractic.

I recommend you make a little bit of bulletproof coffee or tea to get your brain centered and firing and enjoy!


"Loving service is my first technique."
- Dr. Jim Parker

Question of the day: "What role do you feel consciousness plays in chiropractic philosophy, science and art?" Please let me know in the comments.

Scroll below for links and show notes...

You will learn:

  • Which book may be closest to DD Palmer's philosophy
  • The principle that could unify disparate factions of the profession
  • How a WSCC graduate became an innate chiropractor
  • Where different techniques can agree
  • Have to question what you think you may already know
  • How to make bulletproof Yogi Tea

Questions I asked:

  • What expereinces led you to become a chiropractor?
  • How does a WSCC graduate become an Innate chiropractor?
  • What is the essence of chiropractic?
  • What principles could unify the disparate factions of the profession?
  • What is the future of chiropractic?

People Mentioned:

Books Mentioned:

How to brew Zail Yogi Tea:

  • Brew a strong cup of tea using one bag of Yogi Tea Classic Indian Spice and one bag of Yogi Tea Ginger.
  • Add a tablespoon of Organic grass fed ghee or Kerrygold butter.
  • Add 1-3 tablespoons of Bulletproof Brain Octane oil. Start with 1 teaspoon and slowly build to a tablespoon or you'll experience gastric upset.
  • I like cream in my chai so I add 1-3 tablespoons of organic, preferably raw, grass fed heavy cream.
  • If you like caffeine add a tea bag of your favorite black tea to the initial brew.
  • Enjoy as a breakfast to go into a ketogenic state for intermittent fasting and to get your brain firing on all cylinders.

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