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Sunday, August 17, 2008
I saw a new chiropractor in Goodyear, AZ on Friday. Now I've been to lots of chiropractors, but never one like this. He touched sore spots on my head, then pressed on other areas that were sore that corresponded. He fixed the pain in my ankle by finally putting on a glove and pressing INSIDE my mouth. Voila, the pain was gone. Very different. He also pressed on some spots by my ears, then moved some wedge shaped blocks around at my waist until the pain in my neck went away and I laid on them for several minutes. It was an amazing session! Totally amazing. He also cleared out some lingering pain from my gallbladder that is no longer there.

I'd love to find a doctor like him in Indiana until we move to AZ. Anyone know what this type of chiropractic is called? And if you live in the Phoenix area, GO SEE HIM! His name is Dr. Adam Baumbardner I was totally impressed. I'm taking Dave to see him the next time we go out.
Colleen Coble  
posted at 3:58 PM  
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At 5:35 PM, Blogger Rebekah Sanders said...

You might try calling his office in AZ and asking if they have an recommendations. We were in TX last fall and really needed an adjustment before driving back to IL. We called our chiro and he called someone in the area we were in and set up an appt for us. Might be worth a shot.

At 6:34 PM, Blogger Krista Phillips said...

Oh, wow, I do not know, but that sounds AMAZING. I've never gone to one (My motto is that it will go away eventually... although it doesn't always!), but I've given birth to three kids and wow does that take a toll on one's structure!

At 6:49 PM, Blogger Colleen Coble said...

It WAS amazing, Krista! Duh, I'll try that, Rebekah. LOL

At 3:02 AM, Blogger Malia Spencer said...

Colleen, how about asking him what the technique is called? I think it's probably accupressure, but don't quote me on it. :)

Anyway, you could always call people in your area to see if they practice the same stuff. I wouldn't mind knowing, maybe there's something they could do for my ankle. I'm looking at ANOTHER 4-6 weeks. If I'm lucky I'll be rid of the crutches sometime in September...

At 10:05 AM, Blogger Katy McKenna said...

I'm guessing the practice is accupressure, also. I've never been to a chiro, but I have been to an accupuncuritst. He helped my headaches, but the pain relief would fade soon after the session. Boo-hoo.

Katy McKenna

At 9:18 AM, Blogger Kay Day said...

Nothing better than a great chiropractor! If you find out what "style" of chiropractic he uses, I would love to know, too.
Mine does some of those techniques, but I'm still hurting way more than I would like to.
I agree that you should just call them and ask them about it.

At 8:03 PM, Blogger TigerAtom said...

This is the Chiropractor. I got nosy when she said she blogged me and then I noticed the comments. SOT is the Technique. Go to www.SORSI.COM and/or to find a practitioner. If you want me to find someone for you my contact info is on my website. Have a good one:)

At 4:19 PM, Blogger Rob Baumgardner said...

Adam is familiar with many styles. He pulls from all of them to see the individual as a unique person with special needs. His style (in my opinion) is more art form than a practitioner of given style. May I suggest that when you go looking for a Health Care provider like Adam that you also look at the personality traits that work best for you. Adam loves his patients and sees the work he does as a service to people. Great chiropractic care is a gift and I hope your find it. . And yep, you guessed it … he’s my boy.

At 5:42 PM, Blogger Colleen Coble said...

Rob, I've seen your son three times this week. He is FABULOUS! I'd like to pack him in my suitcase and take him home with me.


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