Chiropractic Neck Adjustments in a Bus Terminal

By Michael Dorausch, D.C.

Royal Palm Beach chiropractor, Dr. Edwin Cordero, e-mailed me this photo, earlier today. It features yours truly receiving an upper cervical chiropractic adjustment while sitting on a folding chair inside a bus terminal. The terminal is a major hub of the country of Panama’s mass transit system.

chiropractor receives adjustment

The bus terminal is a massive facility with thousands of people passing through each day. I had the opportunity to provide volunteer chiropractic services there on at least two different occasions. The photo above was taken in February of 2004, while the CREW was in Panama for the 10th chiropractic mission trip.

Both Dr. Cordero and I were wearing government issued polo shirts that included the official logo of the Alcaldia de Panama (Panamanian government) embroidered on the front. I can recall a few funny stories (none that I’m sharing here) involving me wearing that shirt (and other shirts that were provided) while traveling through Panama.

2 thoughts on “Chiropractic Neck Adjustments in a Bus Terminal”

  1. Dr. Cordero & Dr. Dorausch are two of the best chiropractors out there. Thanks guys for taking your awesome chiropractic skills and passion for healing to Panama. Turn the power on!

  2. Our profession need much less of this and more professionalism. And by professionalism, I don’t mean the garbage seminars proving why your practice can grow by $$$.

    I am talking lowering ourselves to render care in a bus terminal? Are you kidding me? C’mon guys, doesn’t matter how “great these docs” are, it makes our treatments look so…well stereotyped.


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