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THE BAREFOOT DOCTOR: ARTICLE IN MALAYSIAN BUSINESS MAY 16TH, 2012

Dr. James Stoxen DC

  Interview by Sharmila Valli Narayanan May 16, 2012 Dr James Stoxen is a well-known figure among rock stars and celebrities in the United States. He is a star in the world of chiropractors and an advocate of running barefoot. Sharmila Valli Narayanan meets up with the man with the magic touch who literally brings back the spring to your step. Chiropractor Dr James Stoxen DC is a strong advocate of running barefoot. According to him, most of us walk wrongly, which, in turn, … [Read more...]

Interview Of Dr. James Stoxen DC By Chris Russell On “RunRunLive Podcast Episode 220”

RunRunLive

Interview Of Dr James Stoxen DC By Chris Russell On "RunRunLive Podcast Episode 220" April 13, 2012  Listen to the Podcast Below   Intro: Hello and welcome to the blue grass of Kentucky podcast, where the grass isn’t really blue, but it is a very comforting shade of green.  From the air coming into Lexington much of it looks like a high-end golf course, without greens or sand traps. There is a meandering river that has carved itself into the landscape and you can see the layers … [Read more...]

Tour Team Doctors With Dr. James Stoxen DC And Music Legend, George Daniels

Dr. James Stoxen DC with George Daniels at Team Doctors

  Watch above in this video of Dr Stoxen touring music legend, George Daniels around the Team Doctors Chiropractic Treatment and Training Center. This is the legendary George Daniels from Chicago and the Owner of George's Music Room. Simply a Chi-town legend and everybody's "Uncle G" from the G-Spot Radio Show.    Click here to watch one of  Dr. Stoxen's interviews on the G-Spot Radio Show with George Daniels and Caryn Lee  Dr. James Stoxen DC owns and operates … [Read more...]

African Track Athletes Have More Spring – Lessons Learned from the 5th All African Track and Field Championships

Dr James Stoxen DC at the 1988 All African Track and Field Championships

In 1988 I was invited to work at the fifth All African Track and Field Championships in Annaba, Algeria. I found that the most extreme difference between the African athletes and my patients back home, was the spring in their feet and legs. In the African Track and Field Athletes, their tibialis posterior, tibialis anterior and peroneal muscles (I call the landing  muscles or spring suspension system muscles) were highly developed. What I discovered was that many of these African athletes … [Read more...]

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