Dr. Joseph is a highly acclaimed speaker, author, educator and board certified Chiropractic Neurologist. For years, he was a radio talk show host, guest of many radio and television programs like the nationally syndicated MANCOW show, FOX News, LEADING EXPERTS, WFLA and ABC News to name a few. He is a national platform speaker and has inspired thousands of suffering individuals for almost a decade with his ground-breaking messages of wellness, health and recovery. His national selling book titled RECOVER YOUR HEALTH can be found on AMAZON and Barnes and Nobles! He has performed thousands of lectures to hospitals, churches, corporations and foundations throughout the state of Florida. He has helped many thousands of patients get well, feel better, increase their energy, and get off of medications.
- The Rack and Crack Method of Chiropractic…and How Chiropractic Bio-Physics may be a Better Option
- How Impingement and Misalignment can Cause Much More than Pain
- What does Ideal Spinal Alignment Look Like?
- Nerve Flow and the Fixing of Allergies, Asthma, Digestive Problems, Infertility and More
- “Text Neck” and the Problems it Creates
- The WD40 of Joints
- Are you a Rapid, Poor, Slow or Normal Metabolizer?
- The Dangers of Statins
- How Cholesterol is Anti-Inflammatory
- The 6 Basic Supplements for Foundational Health
- And Much More
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Logan: Welcome to the Vital Way. I’m Logan Christopher and we have an exciting interview up for you here today. I got talking to Dr. Jeremiah Joseph the other day, I guess it was a couple months back and I could tell we both really had a passion for health and able to go pretty deep into it. It was a lot of fun and I thought he’d be a great expert to have on the show. We should be covering some very interesting things.
To give you a little bit of background, Dr. Joseph is a highly acclaimed speaker, author, educator and board-certified chiropractic neurologist. For years, he was a radio talk show host, guest of many radio and television programs like the nationally syndicated MANCOW show, Fox News, LEADING EXPERTS, WFLA and ABC News to name a few. He is a national platform speaker and has inspired thousands of suffering individuals for almost a decade with his groundbreaking messages of wellness, health and recovery. His national-selling book titled Recover Your Health can be found on Amazon and Barnes and Nobles. He has performed thousands of lectures to hospitals, churches, corporations and foundations throughout the state of Florida. He helped many of thousands of patients get well, feel better, increase their energy and get off medications and that’s something we’re all about. So thanks for joining us today, Jeremiah.
Dr. Joseph: Thank you so much for having me, man. I really appreciate it.
Logan: So beyond that little intro, could you tell us a little bit of background how you got involved in chiropractic, health and really a bit of your journey that you led you to where you are today?
Dr. Joseph: Absolutely. I remember it almost like it was yesterday. When I was a child, I was starting to struggle in school. Although I did very well in school I began to struggle and I couldn’t focus. One of things that I realized was I was developing headaches. For me, the headaches really started turning into something of what I almost call like a monstrosity. It became so heavily ingrained into my head and painful that they actually turned into migraines.
My parents did what any other good parent would do. They brought me to the doctor and the doctor said just keep taking Tylenol. That went on for about 12 months and unfortunately for me, I literally got up to taking about 8 to 10 Tylenol as a kid every single day just to subdue my headaches. I remember my parents’ cabinet and just pulling out the Tylenol every single day. By the end of the day, the headache would wear off or the migraine would go away and I’d wake up the next day and it would be there again.
My parents actually did the right thing. They brought me back to the doctor and the doctor said let’s do some blood work and of course, nothing showed up. They said well, we need to do an MRI. If you remember what MRIs were like back 25 years ago, you would recall that they were a lot bigger, they were a lot louder and they were a lot more expensive. So the MRI came back and it said nothing.
Years went by and my parents finally said, “We don’t know what else to do.” They were going to a chiropractor at the time and he said, “Why don’t you just bring your son in?” They did and after my first, I think, it was a week’s worth of chiropractic adjustments, my migraines actually disappeared. The other thing that I noticed during that time was that my sleep improved and that my allergies went away. It was at that time, I said I really, really want to help people.
So I went to college. I went pre-med all the way. I went to an Ivy League school, went to pre-med the entire way, got out and I spent three to six months in a hospital. At that point, it was the turning point of my life because I wanted to be a medical doctor. I wanted to help a lot of people. And again, that was my turning point because what I realized was this: every patient that either went to a hospital or to a doctor’s office was being treated the same exact way. Let’s take your blood pressure, your vitals, I’m going to listen to five minutes of your complaint and I’m going to give you a medication and it’s going to be a medication for the same exact thing.
The one that I really struggled with at that time was the cholesterol medication. I said to the one doctor and I didn’t know enough about medicine back then, I said, “Hey doc, why is everyone in your office getting a cholesterol medication?” And he looked at me like, “How dare you challenge me?” He said to me, “Because that’s what we do here.”
At that point, I realized that mainstream medicine was not what I wanted to do with my life because when I went to that chiropractor, I saw happy people, healthy people, people that are feeling better. I saw testimonials all over the wall. I didn’t see everybody getting the same, exact treatment. That’s when I decided the whole medicine thing wasn’t for me. I went to chiropractic school, aced chiropractic school, got out and decided that I really wanted to do something even bigger. I went four years, post-doctorate degree in neurology.
I took all of that, started a practice with my wife and fortunately for us, we developed one of the busiest and largest practices in the entire country. We’ve seen over 11,000 people over the last decade and we’ve helped a lot of those people, almost all of them, that have come to our practice. That’s really the long of the short of how I got into healthcare.
Logan: That’s a great story and I think that’s sort of a commonality for a lot of people. There’s some sort of pivotal moment that moves us into the area. As I was going through your site, I came across the words “chiropractic biophysics.” Could you explain this a little bit about what that is and how that’s different from the average chiropractic or what most people see?
Dr. Joseph: Absolutely. When I described it, I don’t want anyone to think that I’m saying anything negative. When someone goes to a chiropractor, there is one of two things that can happen. They go into the chiropractor, the chiropractor says what’s wrong and they can manipulate and adjust their spine without taking x-rays.
That’s not what we do. What we do is based on biophysics. What that means is this: instead of a patient coming in and we say what’s wrong and they say I have back pain, we just get them on the table and we give them what I call rack and crack, we actually x-ray them, very similar to, if you went to a dentist or an orthodontist, I should say. You go to the orthodontist and he says hey look, your teeth are crooked, we need to x-ray them to know how to get them back into alignment. Once we figure out what we can do, we’re going to put braces on there but once we get the braces off, we’re actually going to put a retainer on so it stays that way.
Biophysics was developed by an engineer and the engineer figured out that, as with everything in the human body there are norms like blood pressure, 120/80 and blood sugars, 99 or less. They found out that there are norms within your spine and that your neck should have a c-shaped curve and that your lower back should have a c-shaped curve. If it doesn’t have that it’s going to cause wear and tear degeneration, pinching on your spinal nerves, which can create things like numbness, tingling, headaches. It can also create some allergy issues.
What we do at CBP is we can actually retrain your bones and your muscles to go back into its normal position to take the pressure off the spinal nerves and off the disks so that they won’t wear and tear. With that said, we do before and after x-rays. I’m sure you’ve seen like the before and after pictures of someone’s teeth. Well, we do the same thing but with someone’s spine. So we do before and afters. We can show how bad their spine was initially and then we fix it and put up a new x-ray to show them. Not only do we show them that they improved internally, but they also feel that they improved.
Biophysics is based on engineering, it’s based on physics and it’s based on science. It’s the only technique that’s been referenced over a 115 times in the world’s most prestigious medical journals. So a little bit of background about CBP. It is one of the safest and most effective techniques a chiropractor could possibly use.
Logan: Are there a lot of people practicing this technique?
Dr. Joseph: I would say at least less than 5,000.
Logan: And is there a place people can go to see if there might be someone in their area if they’re interested in it because not everyone is going to fly to Florida to see you, right?
Dr. Joseph: Right, absolutely. The average person drives around an hour to see us. So if you’re outside of an hour, we’re obviously not going to see them. But they can go to a website called IdealSpine.com and there’s a doctor locator on there which will help them a lot.
Logan: Okay, very cool. Beyond pain, when people have I guess impingements or things are out of alignment, can that cause all sorts of other health issues?
Dr. Joseph: Yeah. That’s what most people, Logan, don’t understand. When they think chiropractic, they think neck or back pain. Obviously, we’ve seen 11,000 patients. Once we’ve treated these patients with CBP and it happens with chiropractic, too, we’ve seen things like asthma disappear, allergies disappear. We see a lot of children here. We’ve seen polyps go away, earaches disappear after one adjustment, and it’s not the adjustment that’s doing it.
I want to be clear. How it works is this: if you have an impingement on the spinal nerve, what happens is that nerve flow is diminished to a muscle, a cell, a tissue or even an organ or a gland. So all the adjustment does is specifically realign the bone so that it’s no longer impinging on that nerve that was abnormally flowing to that area. That said, we’re not curing anybody of anything. We’re not fixing anybody’s disease. All we’re doing is allowing the body to do what it is designed to do which was to heal itself. So if you touch your arm, it heals.
It’s the same thing if we had a hose and we’re watering a plant in the middle of a desert. If I stamp on the hose, eventually that plant is going to get sick, it’s going to wilt and eventually if left long enough, it will die. All I have to do is take my foot off of that hose to fix the plant or to allow to regain its health again. We do the same thing. We take the pressure off the nerve via moving the bone very scientifically, specifically and gently and the body begins to heal itself. That’s why we’ve seen thousands and thousands of patients get well from all the way down to stomach issues and digestive issues. We’ve had women who came in and couldn’t get pregnant. They tried IVF. They’ve tried everything and then they’d come in with us and within two weeks, they’ve gotten pregnant. We’ve literally seen anything from A to Z improve in our practice. We never promise it. We don’t know how the body is going to heal. The only thing that we promise is that we’re going to move the bone into the right direction and allow the body to heal itself.
Logan: Right, I think it’s very important. The body is very complex, obviously, so there are many different things but yeah, if the nerves or the cells aren’t getting what they need then the body is not going to be able to do what it needs to be able to do.
Dr. Joseph: Absolutely. A premise behind my book is it’s not just the nerve flow, it’s a four-legged approach. We have food, water, oxygen and nerve supply. With the food, I typically mention in that kind of a context nutrition and supplements and herbs, etc. because it would be preposterous to say that all you need is nerve supply but you don’t need to feed the body the right foods, herbs, supplements, or products and you don’t need to exercise and you don’t need to drink water. We try to accomplish all of those under one roof in our practice.
Logan: Yeah, because you’ve got to have a holistic approach to health. I’m curious about what gets people out of alignment? What creates these things? Is it just about having bad posture and sort of a movement habit or is it bad exercising?
Dr. Joseph: Great question. It comes down from all of the things that we as humans do on a daily basis. It can come down to exercise. It can come down to slips or falls on ice or skiing and snowboarding. It comes down to like what you said posture. Every single day you sit with bad posture, that’s going to misalign. Car accidents. The big thing now that’s creating a really troublesome effect on the cervical spine, meaning the neck, is what a lot of researchers are calling text neck, all the kids with their heads forced way down because they’re texting. That’s actually becoming an epidemic.
They’re actually doing a lot of studies on this. Mayo Clinic did a study in 2008 and said that when the head is forward for a prolonged period of time, it affects your health, it affects your breathing, and it affects your heart and your cardiovascular function. The head is supposed to be erect for a reason and when you bring it down for prolonged periods of time, it actually stay is in a reduced position after you’ve done that for an extended period of time. We try to teach the patients in our practice to sit up right, sit with your legs uncrossed. Work on your postural breathing patterns and avoid micro-traumas, etc., bend properly. So there’s a lot that goes into how the body or how the spine would become misaligned, absolutely.
Logan: Excellent. I was just hearing about recently in another interview, I can’t remember exactly where it was but they were talking about this idea of the S-shaped spine versus the J-shaped spine. What are your thoughts on that? You mentioned having a c-curve in the neck and the lower spine but what does the ideal spine look like?
Dr. Joseph: Okay, so from the front, I think most people know so I don’t assume but form the front, if I looked at a human from the front, your hips should be perfectly level, your shoulders should be perfectly level and your ears should be perfectly level. Now if we took a midline, you should have a perfectly straight spine. The question that I often get is well, is anybody like that? The fact of the matter is yes. If someone’s been through a chiropractor or someone has had very few traumas in their life, yes, they are. They come with a normal spine. They are absolutely healthy and they come to me to get checked.
If we’re looking at someone from the left side, your ear should line up with your shoulder, the middle of it and the middle of your shoulder should line up with the middle of your hip, which should line up with the middle of your ankle bone, your malleolus. Typically, what we see on a normal x-ray is that there are c-shaped curves from the side. So there’s a regular c-shape in the neck then a reverse c in the mid back and then a regular c-shape in the lower back. Like you said, it should look like an S from the side. It’s pretty close to an S from the side but the spine should be straight from the front so exactly right. That would be a textbook normal based on we’re talking hundreds and hundreds of studies now.
Logan: Excellent. So what would be your, if you could encapsulate it in a few words, your overall philosophy of health? You may have already addressed it with those four things, food, water, oxygen, nerve supply. Tell us, would you add to that?
Dr. Joseph: Yeah, if I were to add anything, food, water, oxygen, nerve supply, someone might say those are really broad categories but I think someone would understand if I said listen, we need clean, pure water; we need to have exercise to get our oxygen in; we need nerve supply to survive in a healthy manner; and then our food, it needs to obviously be clean, organic, some raw, some slightly cooked. We can go into hours of information there.
But I think if I were to add one or two other things in there, I would say that we as Americans have to start looking at how to reduce our stress, how to look back on our past and be appreciative of what we truly have, especially living in our country. Even if you don’t have a lot, we have a lot more than everybody else does in the rest of the world. I think we need to start looking back and being more appreciative. One thing that I wish I would have put in my book was focusing more on your mental health because I think your mental health has almost if not more to do with your physical health than just relying solely on a physical outcome, if that makes sense. If I were to address one other thing, I would really say that we really need to, all of us as Americans, start focusing on how we can strengthen our mind, how we can get it more clear, less stressed and more focused on what needs to occur.
Logan: Yeah, absolutely. One of my favorite quotes is from Richard Bandler, one of the founders of NLP. He said, “It’s never too late to have a happy childhood.” When you get into it, it’s really about changing, like you were saying, appreciating the past so even if you did have trauma, you can learn things from that and change your frame of mind now about what happened back then.
Dr. Joseph: Absolutely, I agree.
Logan: When we met, we were talking quite a bit about statins and the dangers of those in your practice. Working with the chiropractic as well as other things, you mentioned being able to help get people off of various sorts of medications. Can you start with a little bit, what are some of the dangers of statins that those other doctors aren’t telling you?
Dr. Joseph: Well, first and foremost, before we get into that and I’ll definitely get into that, when we mentioned that we can help people get off of medications, it’s really not me. It’s our medical portion of our practice where when a patient comes in, there are now genetic tests that are available to determine if the medication that someone is taking are either rapidly metabolizing, if they’re poor metabolizers or if they’re slow metabolizers or they’re normal metabolizers. What that means for a patient is based on your genetics, are these drugs that you’re taking going to create a side effect? Are they going to kill you? Are they going to harm you in any way, shape or form? Or is the drug that you’re taking is actually suitable for your body?
That’s one of the ways that we can get a patient off a drug. What we’re finding is through a lot of research, and one of my favorite guys that I hear talking about cholesterol and statin medications is Dr. Dwight Lundell. He was the chief of staff and chief of surgery at Banner Heart Hospital in Mesa, Arizona. He performed 5,000 open heart surgeries and he literally came out and said hey listen, I’ve got a wrong one on my right. I’ve got a right one on my wrongs.
When I heard that I was like I bet he’s going to talk about cholesterol medication and that’s exactly what he did. He started talking about statin. What he said was the recommendation of people taking statin medications are literally no longer scientifically or even morally defensible. The discovery 15 years ago that inflammation in arteries, for example, is the real cause of heart disease and even cancer now is changing how people are being treated.
A drug, a statin, if someone goes to a doctor for their annual checkup and they get their blood test results and the doctor says, “Your cholesterol is 220. We’re going to put you on a statin,” my concern with that is number one, they didn’t tell the patient there’s another option; B, your other option is exercise, diet, nutrition, herbs, etc. to lower your cholesterol. But more importantly, I think a lot of the medical profession has forgotten about the physiology behind cholesterol.
For example, if you look at a cholesterol molecule and what does it do? It’s a precursor to most of the hormones that are produced inside of the body. Where is cholesterol made? It’s made in the liver and it’s a precursor to a lot of the hormones that are produced in the body like progesterone, estrogen, testosterone and DHT, etc. Doctor Lundell said, “At best, heart disease is as a result of inflammation.”
Now let’s just take a step back and let’s look at cholesterol. What is cholesterol’s main job? Its main job is to become the precursor to hormones but also its main job is to suppress inflammation in the body. So if you have high cholesterol or high-er, why is it up? It’s up because of an inflammatory response in your body. It’s doing its job. It’s doing what it’s supposed to do. So when a doctor prescribes a statin medication without really knowing what the genetics behind the patient is, what he or she is doing is suppressing the anti-inflammatory effect of cholesterol, thereby increasing the inflammation in the body by creating more heart disease and more heart issues in their future.
I thought that was pretty interesting. I just knowing physiology 10 to 15 years ago, I looked at that and I said wait a minute. Cholesterol medication? That’s actually going to create more cancers. It’s going to create more heart disease. But if you also think about it, diabetes is an inflammatory disease. What have we seen since cholesterol medications have been used more frequently? We’ve seen an increase in diabetes. What are the numbers now on diabetes? I think 75 million people suffer from heart disease, 20 million have diabetes and 57 million have pre-diabetes. Those numbers are going up every single year yet we have patients taking statin medications, blood pressure pills, blood thinners, diuretics and the problems are rising. So obviously the answer is not to take a pill. The answer is to reduce the amount of inflammation in the body.
The other thing that’s on the rise as a result, there are two things—my background is in neurology—that are skyrocketing. One of them is Alzheimer’s and number two is neuropathy, which is numbness, tingling or pain in an extremity. Now interestingly enough, they have now associated Alzheimer’s with taking cholesterol pills and low cholesterol. They say the lower your cholesterol now, the more inflammation and the better chance that you will have dementia and Alzheimer’s as a results of having low cholesterol. If your cholesterol is 150 and below, you should be concerned about that because your body is not making the hormones that it’s supposed to to protect your brain.
The other thing, they now associate neuropathy because the fat around your nerves called the myelin sheet is made in part of cholesterol. These cholesterol medications are destroying nerves, brain cells. It’s creating heart disease. So unfortunately, we’ve all been trained to say my cholesterol is high; I guess I take a cholesterol pill. If you start doing the research and look at physiology it makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.
Logan: All right, they just went in there and thought oh, the cholesterol is high with these people and they’re having heart attacks, not realizing yeah, it’s high because it’s trying to repair the damage that’s being done.
Dr. Joseph: Exactly. If you look at it, most of the people that are having heart attacks are on cholesterol medications.
Logan: Right. One other thing I heard was the statins will lower coenzyme Q10 which is one of the primary things in the heart that keeps it healthy.
Dr. Joseph: Exactly and it’s supposed to be recommended. It’s not a doctor prescribes a specific statin. They’re supposed to recommend coenzyme Q10 in order to protect the heart. Do you ever hear that happening? No, it doesn’t. It just doesn’t happen. I own a medical clinic. I work in medical clinic. I talk to all these guys and they’ll say the same thing that I’ll say. It’s just all a farce.
Logan: So do you also recommend people, obviously you can go overboard with it, but eat cholesterol from their diet, a good amount because a lot of people along this side are saying, “Oh, you need to cut down on cholesterol in your diet as well.” The body can create its own but it’s a bit of an energy-intensive process form what I understand of it. What are your recommendations there?
Dr. Joseph: I don’t think there is any one cookie cutter recommendation for any person because we’re all so unique and so different. We all have different blood types. Just as I guess a blanket statement, I would say that if you stop eating cholesterol, what happens? Your body produces more. If you start eating cholesterol, your body stops making it. Your body is smart.
What I try to teach people, and it’s based on their condition, is what they should be eating. Should be they eating more greens? Should they be eating more fruit because not everybody should be eating more fruit based on uric acid levels? If they’re autoimmune, what foods should they avoid for that? Everybody is different but I still believe everybody should be eating more vegetables. Absolutely. Everybody should be doing more greens to balance out their diet.
I like them to alkalize their diet more, meaning eat less refined foods and eat less sugar and make sure that you’re drinking more water. I can’t tell you how many people come into our clinic and they’re dehydrated. You can tell just based on their skin but also on their blood tests. Their kidneys are failing because they’re literally dehydrated. I think it’s hard to really give a great answer to you but I would definitely say we as Americans should eat more vegetables and we should drink more water, just as a generality.
Logan: I think that’s a pretty good generality. Are there any other practices, supplements or herbs that you recommend? Obviously, everyone is different. That’s something I’m always saying as well but do you see a lot of people could be benefited by doing certain things?
Dr. Joseph: Absolutely. First and foremost, the average American is taking 13 medications a day. With that said, interestingly enough, medications deplete the human body of certain nutrients, minerals and vitamins. So as a general rule of thumb, there are five or six things that I think everyone should take just as a basis. This isn’t to increase your testosterone or anything. This is just to keep you like status quo, to keep you healthy because if you’re not doing these five or six things, you’re going to decline.
Typically because the American diet is so deficient and they take so many medications, a whole food-based multi-vitamin. I think that’s common sense to most people but I see a lot of people going and they get like a Centrum Silver and it’s got 15 different toxins in it so it’s non-beneficial. So we have the whole-food multivitamin and I typically prefer without iron.
Number two, I typically will recommend an enzyme. An enzyme will help break your meal down and make it more digestible so that you get all your nutrients, you can assimilate better, you can digest better and there’s less heart burn and there’s less constipation. That way you can get more nutrients out of your food because most foods right now are dead so we’ve got to get as much out of it as possible. So multivitamin and enzyme.
Number three would be a probiotic. Most Americans are taking overprescribed antibiotics that kills all the goof flora inside of them. Most people have poor digestion in their country. They have constipation. Some have diarrhea. Some people don’t go to the bathroom for two or three days. The probiotics are really good to boost the immune system, put the good gut flora back in, especially if you have taken antibiotics recently or even in the past. That way, someone doesn’t develop like a candida infection.
Number four, I like antioxidant complex. I won’t go through all of them but something that has selenium, co-Q10, like you mentioned before, N-acetylcysteine, manganese and vitamin E. Those would be some of the co-factors for the antioxidants that really, really work well to prevent things like cancers and oxidation processes in the body. Let me think about the last two, one of my favorites, magnesium. Most people are deficient in magnesium. That’s what we’re seeing and interestingly enough, there is one type of magnesium—I’ve got to remember what it is—there are two types that I like, magnesium glycinate because it’s readily absorbed into the body—we typically recommend 500 mg or more—and magnesium L-threonate I think is one of the only ones that I’ve found so far that actually crosses the blood-brain barrier.
A lot of people ask me why is magnesium so important. It’s probably one of the most important nutrients for the body because it’s used in over 300 reactions in every single cell. It helps with muscle reactions so anybody who’s got cramping, blood pressure issues, mood issues, sleeping issues, even digestion, it helps with digestion. I really, really like magnesium. The last one, I don’t know how I forgot it, fish oil, omega-3.
Logan: I was waiting for that one coming.
Dr. Joseph: I couldn’t leave that one out when we’re talking about statins. The ratio for omega-3 to omega-6 should be 3:1. I know that you know that but a lot of listeners probably don’t. Right now, the ratios in America are 1:15 and as high as 1:30 omega-3 to omega-6. That’s how far out of balance our diets are. What does that is it creates a tons of cytokines which create inflammation in the body, which creates heart disease and high cholesterol. Then someone takes a cholesterol pill and you know the whole cycle that we just discussed.
The omega-3 is actually a great anti-inflammatory. I call it like the WD40 for the joints. It really works great for the joints. It also works great for kids. It improves IQ by four points, I saw on one study. It’s really good for everyone to have. So I think I mentioned about six or seven things. I would definitely recommend those six or seven things as the base for most people, without any side effects.
Logan: You said the 3:1. Is that three times omega 3 to the omega 6 or vice versa?
Dr. Joseph: Yes, we should have three times the omega 3 to omega 6 but the average American diet is fifteen times omega 6 to omega 3, all the way up to thirty times. That’s how far out of balance we are.
Logan: Right, so taking fish oil definitely helps but another important aspect of that is cutting down on all the omega-6, which are the vegetable oils and whatnot that are in pretty much every processed food out there.
Dr. Joseph: You got it.
Logan: I think it’s about time to wrap up here. We’re reaching the time for that to happen. Obviously, we could continue talking for hours and maybe we’ll have you back at some time in the future. I really think we covered some stuff that a lot of people haven’t heard. Me personally, I haven’t heard about the chiropractic biophysics. I found that fascinating as well as a lot of those very helpful important health basics that really you can’t hear too many times until you’re actually doing them. So where can people go to find more information about you? Maybe you can add a little bit more about who your book is appropriate for.
Dr. Joseph: The book is appropriate for anybody who is looking for the basics, somebody that is just getting into health. Again, it just goes through four small courses of how to get well and you can probably read it in about two hours or less. It’s very easy, very simple. It gives you a foundation. It’s found on Amazon, Barnes and Nobles, Books-A-Million. It’s found everywhere. If you want to learn a little bit more about our practice or about me, you can go to PivotalHealth4You.com.
Logan: All right. Well, thank you so much, Dr. Joseph. It’s a pleasure having you on the call.
Dr. Joseph: Thank you so much for having me, Logan. I appreciate it.
Logan: Thanks, everyone, for listening and we’ll talk to you soon.