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Spinal Column Radio Strikes Gold

March 8, 2013

[originally published in KCN, March 2012Panning for Gold -alaska-state-library-photograph-pca-44-3-15-sourdough-in-stream-panning-for-gold-skinner]

When I started Spinal Column Radio two years ago, my original intention was merely to refresh and repurpose the decade and half of articles I had written for the Kingston Community News into a radio-style format.  I never dreamt that our show would take such a radical and exciting turn, sending my audio-engineer-son and I coast to coast interviewing some of the most influential and greatest philosophical minds in our profession.  I was being described as the “Larry King” of chiropractic.

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Spinal Column Radio Launches!

January 1, 2010

Our much anticipated “radio-style” chiropractic podcast is now on!  “Tune it in” at SpinalColumnRadio.com, and listen to Dr. Lamar talk about the topics he writes about here on this blog.

This "Old-Fashioned Radio Microphone" icon will take you directly to the podcast the article is about. This one will take you to "Episode 000"

Keep an eye out for the “Old-Fashioned Radio Microphone” icon in the articles appearing throughout our Blog, as they will link you directly to the Spinal Column Radio podcast for that article’s  topic.

Click on the the microphone icon in this post to go directly to our very first episode entitled “Episode 000 — podcast chiropractor for hire!” In this episode you will learn the who, what, and why of Spinal Column Radio.

It’s fun, informative, and thought-provoking — all at the same time…. “infotainment” at its finest!

From Broadcasting to Podcasting — Chiropractic Delivers its Message

December 18, 2009

[originally published in KCN, January 2010]

On January 1st, 2010, the SpinalColumnRadio.com “podcast” debuts with yours truly on the Internet “air” talking about the very topics I write about.  And while the idea of a chiropractic podcast is relatively new, a chiropractic broadcast is not.

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