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Interview with Dr. Chris about German New Medicine
on Dr. Karen Kan’s radio show (October 12, 2015)
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You can look at the natural process of healing as an opportunity for inner development.  We can gain insights from the special biological programs that are activated and upgrade our beliefs or thoughts about ourselves, disease, and the true source of healing.  
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Rockfish Valley Community Center
190 Rockfish School Lane, Afton, Virginia 22920
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Chris Lowthert, D.C. first began working with a chiropractor at the age of 16 after being diagnosed with chronic asthma and bronchitis. In the months following his initial assessment, he learned to integrate herbal and homeopathic remedies with manual therapies – and fully restored his respiratory health. That experience with holistic care informed his decision to study biology at Moravian College; he graduated from New York Chiropractic College in 2004.

Fueled by a focus on sports medicine and a deep interest in health, Chris opened a private practice that eventually led him to the heart of his current work, which is a unique application of the Five Biological Laws illustrated in German New Medicine, combined with classic chiropractic care. His attention to the musculoskeletal system and its intricate healing pathways within the body – is the natural result of a decade of personal research on the causes, symptoms, and resolution of dis-ease.

A former competitive runner and a current outdoor enthusiast, he specializes in healing processes that successfully resolve chronic physical pain, first time or repetitive sports injuries, chronic fatigue, and general limitations in mobility.

With a private practice based in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains close to Charlottesville, Virginia, he works with clients remotely and in person; he facilitates teaching workshops internationally. When he’s not in his office or in meetings, he’s playing in the mountains with his sons or volunteering in his local community.
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