Dr Jason Barritt, Chiropractor
Dr. Jason Barritt completed 6 years of undergraduate studies in science at the University of New South Wales and is published in one of the world's most prestigious neurological journals for his research on facial nerves. Using electron microscopy, he discovered a nerve which helped solve a puzzle that scientists had pondered for years. He was awarded the Winifred Rost Prize for outstanding merit in anatomy at University and graduated with first class honours. He attended chiropractic college for 2 years part-time at the Sydney College of Chiropractic and then transferred to Palmer College of Chiropractic--West in California. Jason completed his four-year Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1990. While in practice he has participated in hundreds of hours of postgraduate training in effective healing methods that has enabled him to help many patients to resolve a wide range of health issues. He has practiced chiropractic in Penrose, Colorado with his wife, Dr. Judy Barritt, for the past 10 years. They have four children ages 5 to 17. Jason said, "Americans have been so warm and welcoming to me but after 18 years away, it's great to be home again!"
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University research concludes ...
“Over a period of several months, physiological and psychological changes have been observed clinically, including increased flexibility of the spine, increased range of motion, improved mood and sense of relaxation,self-reported “wellness”, and a greater to cope with stressful situations. These observations provide a basis for considering that Network Care involves body-mind interactions.” (Irvine College of Medicine)
Blanks, R.H. Shuster, T.L., Dobson, M.A., Retrospective Assessment of Network Care Using a Survey of Self-Related Health, Wellness and Quality of life, Journal Of Vertebral Subluxation Research, 1997, Vol. 1, No. 4, p15-31.