Doc John was five years old when his mother noticed his ability to assist small, injured animals he found in the neighborhood. As he grew, he became known as the boy in the neighborhood that everyone came to when they were ill or had a sick pet. His mother always used natural methods to help the family's health problems, and she regularly took them to see chiropractors and osteopaths. She encouraged John throughout his childhood, as did the elders in his hometown. John’s belief and insistence in the healing power of the body could be seen at the age of fifteen when he accidentally cut his middle finger off. He took it to an orthopedist who said there was nothing he could do for John. John was adamant that he sew it back on, so the doctor did, and it healed with no nerve problems. About that time, John’s father visited a chiropractor for high blood pressure and impotency, and the spinal adjustments enabled him to manage these problems without drugs. John realized at a young age that he wanted to help people heal, and that Chiropractic was his path. He attended Palmer Chiropractic College, the oldest and original Chiropractic College in the world.
Dr. John J. Conrardy Soft Tissue Orthopedics, ongoing Chiropractic Manipulative Reflex Technique 2007 Legion of Chiropractic Philosophers (LCP), 2001 Network Spinal Analysis Certification I & II, 2001 Chiropractic Bio-Physics Certification, 1991 Contact Reflex Analysis Certification, 1987 Clinical Teaching Residency 1980-81 at PCC National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, 1981 Palmer Upper Cervical Specific Certification Instructor, 1981 Colorado Board Exams, 1980 Logan Basic Certification, 1979 Participation in 5 Research Studies at Palmer College Chiropractic Published author Graduated Palmer Chiropractic College (PCC), 1979 (4740 hours of instruction)