5 Top Quality Chiropractic Blogs For Your Blog Reading List

by The Atlas of Life on October 22, 2010

I am very passionate about straight, principled Chiropractic, especially Upper Cervical Chiropractic. I really enjoy blogging, social media, Internet marketing, and creating a website from scratch. And, of course, I love to write. In January 2009, I decided to throw all those things together into a big pot and see what came of it.

20 months later, The Atlas of Life is still going strong. I appreciate all the feedback I have received in those 20 months, negative and positive. The negative feedback has helped me grow, and the positive feedback has let me know that, once in a while, I’m on the right track.

That being said, I am not the only Chiropractor with a blog. In fact, there are some really great Chiropractic blogs out there, some of which I’ve given love to in the past, others which I haven’t yet discovered. But today, I want to give a shout out to some of my blogging colleagues with blogs I really enjoy. So, without further ado, here they are (in no particular order).

THE UPPER CERVICAL BLOG - Dr. Travis Robertson

Dr. Travis Robertson hardly gets any recognition for his blog and I think he deserves a lot more. His blog is great. He posts 3-4 times a week and it is always quality material. He has a passion for upper cervical just like I do, but his blog is dedicated solely to it. I think his site is a great resource for people interested in looking into the benefits of Upper Cervical Chiropractic care. Check it out here.


Dr. Adam Tanase has a great blog with great info. He usually takes a real world example and successfully applies it to the importance of getting your nervous system checked on the regular basis. Check it out here.

THE BLOG OF FRANSON CHIROPRACTIC – Dr. Stephen Franson, Dr. Jesse Davis, Dr. Nicholas Ariza, Dr. Ryan Hewitt


Before I took my year long hiatus from chiropractic school in 2006, I used to be involved in the student Waiting List Practice (WLP) club. When I went to several WLP seminars, the person in charge of coaching the students was Dr. Stephen Franson. He’s very passionate about Chiropractic and is not afraid to let anyone know about it. As it turns out, he and his team of associates run a fantastic blog that I always enjoy reading. Check it out here.



Obviously, I’ve given my buddy Dr. Zach Ward a lot of link love the past few weeks on the blog and in my newsletter, but he has a solid website with GREAT information on Internet marketing. His tag line says it all: “Web tips for Upper Cervical Chiropractors, good info for everyone else.” I couldn’t agree more. Check it out here.



I have heard through the grapevine that Dr. Shawn Dill, who teaches 1st quarter Philosophy at Life Chiropractic College West, tells his students about The Atlas of Life. So to return the favor, I am recommending his blog to the readers of The Atlas of Life. Dr. Dill shares a lot of great information on The Specific Blog and, again, this is a blog I really enjoy reading. Check it out here