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Great Minds

In every profession, whether it is healthcare, sport, science, nutrition, business, self development, etc., you will always find people who can be referred to as “guru´s” or the “go to persons“. These individuals have such a profound understanding within their fields that it is scary and mind boggling! I have many times bewildered myself and gotten lost in their beautiful, adventurous way of minds. If I could only steal an hour of their time and have a chat with them, I would be the luckiest man in the world!

The people whom I want to call guru’s or “The Great Minds” are a few. I have not made a complete list to date, but then again I’m thinking, will the list ever be completed?

I have included a list of people that has influenced me and has given me meaning and guidance in certain aspects of my life. These people have helped me to refine my thoughts and also guided me massively in the method/approach I have on healthcare and how I treat. These people are to my oppinion “The Great Minds“!


Janda’s Approach to chronic pain syndromes

Dr. Vladimir Janda was a Czech neurologist and physiatrist. He retired as the Director of the physiotherapy school at the Charles University 3rd Faculty of Medicine in 2000. Janda has done extensive clinical research on the pathogenesis and treatment of chronic musculoskeletal pain. He is known around the world for his concepts of muscle imbalance, and continued to be active in clinical practice, research, and lecturing until his death in November, 2002.   Janda’s approach to the evaluation and management of chronic musculoskeletal pain focuses on the importance of the central nervous system in mediating chronic pain through neuromuscular imbalance.

Dr. John Bergman

Dr. John Bergman is to my opinion certainly one of the “Great Minds”. He is a chiropractor practicing in California who you should check out if you have not heard of him before.

Why I recommend Dr. Bergman is because I share some of the values when it comes to his health talks. He hosts talks on how to adapt to a healthy lifestyle in the sense of how and why you should eat natural foods. Why having enough sleep is important for your health. Why a good exercise routine or active lifestyle will benefit your over all health. He not only talks about the external factors, but he also hosts talks about almost everything you can find under the sun about you´r body! You will find relevant topics such as; Diabetes, Head Aches, Migraines, Immune System, Adrenal system, GERD/IBS, Alzheimers, just to mention a few. I have inserted a link at the bottom of the page directed to his YouTube Channel and I highly recommend you to have a look if you are interested. After all, this is all free and what do you have to lose if you find something relevant to you? -Ray #KinFaiNg-

Be curious always! For knowledge will not acquire you: you must acquire it.
– Sudie Back –

Quote: Dr Bergman was propelled into Chiropractic by a severe auto accident, with 2 broken legs, fractured skull and sternum along with several organ injuries. With great need and a passion for healing and regenerating Dr Bergman began studying the body’s recovery process. Dr. Bergman obtained his degree in Doctor of Chiropractic at Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles (CCCLA), California. Dr. Bergman teaching at CCCLA: Human Anatomy, Physiology, Biomechanics, and 4 Chiropractic techniques: Full Spine Specific (Palmer Method), Thompson, Diversified, and Extremity Adjusting. As a past Instructor Dr. Bergman has an extensive knowledge of human anatomy and human physiology that few can match. Dr. Bergman’s practice has continued to grow serving hundreds of families, focusing on corrective and wellness care and is dedicated to pediatric development and adult health care. With Dr. Bergman’s unique approach and direct experience of recovery from severe injury, many successes can be achieved in even with the most challenging cases.”

[Page last reviewed, February 2016]

Dr. Bruce H. Lipton

I first met Bruce Lipton at a Chiropractic conference in Dublin, hosted at the Dublin Conventional Centre. Dublin is a magnificent town with a lot of history and stories around which can spoil the curious mind. (Want to know more about Dublin? “click here“)

But more importantly, I met a new hero of mine. His name is “Dr. Bruce H. Lipton”.
Dr. Bruce H. Lipton, he gave us an inspiring talk about how everything we thought about the human genome/genes/DNA, is not as we thought it to be.

(I´m just gonna simplify a little bit for the sake of text) => It is known that the nucleuses in every single cell is the power house that makes protein when demanded by signals that are sent both intrinsic and extrinsic of the cell, and it also carries the possibility for a cell to replicate known as mitosis. I was taught that everything else in that cell will not function without the nucleus. But research has shown that the cell can indeed function without the nucleus. The exciting bit is that it is not the our genes that control how we turn out to be. The gene function as a blueprint, much like a blueprint for building a house. It gives certain information of the structures where to go, what colour, and where the doors should be. But what we decorate the interior of the house is all down to how we feel like and what we like.

What we have been taught all our lives in biology is now being discussed by Dr. Bruce H.Lipton in a new and unique way, at least that is how I feel and in a way that is refreshing and exciting. I have put down a video from Youtube for the more curious minds, and also his web page.

I would recommend to everybody who is a little curious about how we as humans works. How feelings and all the things around us can have an influence on how our internal body reacts to it.

Youtube Video of Bruce H.Lipton talking about – Biology of Belief (70min)

Bruce H.Lipton’s web page –

Dublin, ECU conference 2014, Bruce Lipton