Lost Arts Radio Show #201 – Special Guest Dr. Ben Sweeney

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What Can Chiropractic Offer For Health? Meet Wellness Chiropractor Dr. Ben Sweeney

Lost Arts Radio Show on Sunday 10/28/18

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Dr. Ben SweeneyWhen my friend and Lost Arts Radio Producer/Engineer Doug Diamond was nearly killed by a truck that suddenly crossed the center line in traffic and ran head-on into Doug’s vehicle, chiropractor and wellness teacher Dr. Ben Sweeney (www.mynashvillechiro.com/meet-the-doctor) played a vital role in his following recovery. I have been looking for a great chiropractor to be a guest on Lost Arts Radio, and when I met Dr. Ben, he was clearly a perfect fit.

Chiropractic has had to fight for its existence against the medical industry cartel in America, and has been able to flourish and grow even under unwarranted attack, fortunately for all of us. D.D Palmer, the founder of chiropractic, discovered that there is an innate intelligence in the body which keeps it running as it should. He found that this intelligence transmits and receives vital information by way of the spinal cord and the nerves that branch from it and serve every organ in the body. He observed that when the spinal column becomes misaligned, there is pressure exerted on the nerves and changes result in the body’s functions. So chiropractic, the system of alignment restoration that he developed, is more than just a way to deal with back pain.

We will get the chance to delve into all of this with guest Dr. Ben Sweeney, a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, wellness teacher and doctor in Tennessee, on our upcoming show. I think it will be one you will enjoy, and it’s a great opportunity to learn more about an important natural healing art.

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Richard Sacks, Host


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