This morning I found an old digital camera had lying around at my Los Angeles chiropractic office. The camera only had a 64 Mb memory card but I noticed it could capture Apple format .mov video, which I never try to use it for.

I placed the camera on a tripod in one of my adjusting rooms and created a brief educational video using one of those plastic spine, disk, nerve models. I grabbed the model of the healthy spine and just went over some of the basics. One of the things I’ve learned over the years I’ve been practicing as a chiropractor, is that not everyone took anatomy classes, dissection classes, and all the other classes that are required in chiropractic school. It originally came as a big surprise to me when I showed people models of spinal nerves and disks, forgetting that before I went to school for all this information, I didn’t know much about what was inside my body either.

Okay, it’s a real brief video and I didn’t even take the time to do any editing. I didn’t have QuickTime player installed on my computer so I uploaded the video to Google and had it converted from there.

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http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=405723066401957694
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Just remember, anything getting on your nerves can just become a pain in the *. See your local chiropractor and get checked for vertebral subluxation today.