Dr. Dooman and the Camarillo Spine and Nerve Institute hold an information lecture every other week to teach current and prospective patients on the central nervous system and spine. During this lecture, Dr. Dooman goes through a course of facts and questions as he teaches the audience the difference between treating a symptom and treating the cause of an injury. Below is the full lecture, with the individual six chapters below.
Dr. Dooman Lecture Chapter 1
In Chapter 1 of his lecture, Dr. Dooman talks to us about the difference between animal and human spinal movement, and the various movements of the spinal beam and spinal column.
Dr. Dooman Lecture Chapter 2
In Chapter 2 of his lecture, Dr. Dooman talks to us about what makes up a healthy spine, the nucleus, and annular fibers and the important factors necessary to keep the pain away.
Dr. Dooman Lecture Chapter 3
In Chapter 3 of his lecture, Dr. Dooman talks to us about the difference between a herniated disc and bulging disc and how these complications can lead to serious central nervous system issues.
Dr. Dooman Lecture Chapter 4
In Chapter 4 of his lecture, Dr. Dooman talks to us about the function of a healthy spine and the individual discs. Do you know the difference between proper disc function and improper disc function?
Dr. Dooman Lecture Chapter 5
In Chapter 5 of his lecture, Dr. Dooman talks to us about what happens when your spine starts to compensate for an injury, creating issues such as arthritis and spinal stenosis if it goes untreated.
Dr. Dooman Lecture Chapter 6
In Chapter 6 of his lecture, Dr. Dooman talks to us about restoring disc function and shows x-ray examples of before and after treatment, explaining the only way to physiologically solve the issue.