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28 Days of FDM - Day 27

Ashlee Reed, one of our instructors from Ft. Worth, Texas.
"When I was younger I spent every summer working on my grandparents farm. From about the age of 5-14 I would spend about 2-3 months up there working on the farm spraying weeds in the cotton, moving water pipe, tending the garden, mowing and doing everything else that is required. It was my absolute favorite place to be. It also helped that they would let me eat as many popsicles as I wanted (a whole box in 1 day!).

That is where I learned about hard work and how to get up early, work your butt off and go to sleep exhausted knowing that you did a good job that day. I still don't mind a good day of manual labor every now and then."
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28 Days of FDM - Day 26

Dr. C. Tyrel Hummel, our Director of Education from Wichita, KS.
Did you know that Casey Hummel appeared in the 2002 movie "A Walk to Remember"? Next time you watch the movie get ready to pause it at 31 Minutes and 55 seconds. You will see him.
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28 Days of FDM - Day 25

Why FDM is vital in Dr. Stephen Typaldos' own words.
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28 Days of FDM - Day 24

Dr. Stephen LaScala, one of our instructors from Atlanta, Georgia.
"Won all bodybuilding contests except the National Collegiate Championship, represented UGA and placed 3rd"
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28 Days of FDM - Day 23

Prior to developing FDM Stephen Typaldos lived the life of a true academic. In 1979 Stephen studied Chiropractic at Logan for a few years before perusing education in Osteopathic Medicine by transferring to The University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine, in Kansas City, MO.
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28 Days of FDM - Day 22

We chose the griffin to represent FDM because, in heraldry, it represents courage and boldness. A griffin's claw and feathers were believed to have medicinal properties. King of all creatures, the Griffin, is a guardian of the divine. We approach our model as something supremely powerful and divine. Something that other soft tissue treatments cannot measure up to.
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28 Days of FDM - Day 21

Dr. Typaldos often used references outside of the medical field to help people better relate to his cutting edge model. One of the lesser know references is when he talked about being “a quart low on oil”. He created the phrase based on a scene from L. Frank Baum’s The Wizard of Oz when Dorothy came across the Tin Man who had rusted in place.
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28 Days of FDM - Day 20

Dr. Typaldos had many pet reptiles. He had snakes, lizards, turtles, and an alligator and crocodile. A favorite pastime of his was "snake hunting," where he hiked or drove around a rural area searching for snakes. He caught the nonvenomous snakes to observe before releasing them.
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28 Days of FDM - Day 19

Dr. Lawrence Micheli, one of our instructors from Toronto, Ontario.

"Before teaching FDM, this was the best job ever."
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28 Days of FDM - Day 18

Dr. John Tarpoff, one of our instructors from New Braunfels, Texas.

"I have been capped 17 times with the USA Men's National Rugby Team."

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