In 1947 Dr. Clark graduated from Palmer after being trained in Palmer HIO, and having attended Dr. John Grostic’s 2nd teaching seminar ever given, where he sat next to Dr. Ralph Gregory.
He practiced Grostic upper cervical in his own 13 bed clinic in Anniston Alabama for 7 years and then moved to California, where after a long sabbatical from upper cervical he developed an upper cervical patient education company.
In this interview, Dr. Clark reveals:
- How he saw combat in WW2 including at the Battle of the Bulge, which led to his nearly having both feet amputated.
- How he practiced upper cervical out of his parents home, including taking xrays in one of the bedrooms
- How his first house call was an upper cervical miracle
- How a tragic bus accident in Los Angeles led to a technological breakthrough that allowed Dr. Clark to retire, in comfort at age 42
- The story of how he came to commission his first upper cervical illustration.
And much more.