Dr. Leonard John Faye
D.C., F.R.C.C.S.S.(Can.)Hon., FICC
For more than 45 years, Dr. Leonard John Faye has led the transformation from the static listing based phase of chiropractic development to the dynamic, functional paradigm.
The author of hundreds of published articles, chapters and the book Good Bye Back Pain! (BookSurge Publishing), Dr. Faye has organized technique chaos into a biomechanical model. In addition to his published writing, Dr. Faye has also presented more than 400 seminars all over the world and delivered lectures to undergraduate and postgraduate students since 1967.
While an active chiropractor, speaker and publisher, his most influential work could be the 10-video series, the new DVD set Vol: 1 and 2 Complete Full Spine and Extremity Adjusting Course. In this six-hour DVD series, Dr. Faye explains and demonstrates with two cameras focusing in and out, exactly how to make rational, diversified spinal and extremity joint manipulations.
Dr. Faye has become a world-renowned pioneer to the practice of chiropractic. After graduating from CMCC in 1960, he practiced in England for 15 years, Canada for 11 years and has been practicing in the United States for almost 25 years.
Dr. Faye lives and practices in Los Angeles, CA.
I urge you to invest in this chiropractic continuing education DVD series; for so little and no lost weekend time, you will be able to do so much more for your patients.
We learn adjusting skills by mimicking a master and practicing what we are not skilled at performing. The workbook (free download here) lets you identify what you need to develop. The DVD Index lets you go direct to those specific, two camera demonstrations, easily.
You will be like hundreds of others who over the years have sent me letters and emails about their wonderful, stress free practices and life style. Providing quality care to many more patients because of your understanding of the “Cervical Syndrome” will see to that.
Treatment “Gems” and patient conversations are discussed and result in your patients understanding why they need a series of treatment to allow the S.A.I.D Principle to work. Great compliance to your recommendations are the result.
Mastering the specific adjustments to reduce the sympathetic nerve facilitation will broaden your scope of practice and having you practicing Chiropractic like it was supposed to be practiced. The only difference is that you will be making rational decisions and not relying on the “It Works” belief system. Patient responses become predictable.
Dr. Faye’s DVD set will fill ALL gaps. I got skill acquisition, practice expansion and overall satisfaction.
— JC, DC. DACNB
It isn’t just a “How to” but answers the “when, where, why and how often” to treat acute and chronic conditions.
By imbibing the material gradually, I am improving bit by bit for a big change in my adjusting skills.
— Keiran D, DC.
Essential studies that made me a very successful doctor. No sales pitches, you and the patient will know you know.
Dr. Faye’s DVD set is the best investment I ever made in building a very successful practice.
— KK, DC.
These DVDs are fantastic value. The information is invaluable. 27 new patients a month after 4 years in practice.
— CB, DC.
Dr. Faye’s DVD set has changed my practice life. I understand the possibilities and see the realities in my patients especially when I uncover some hidden ills[LF1] and alleviated problems the patients failed to mention.
— GH, DC.
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This section presents some general concepts about generating a thrust and some clinical considerations. The presentations are divided into specific palpations, and Dr. Faye demonstrates each manipulation and repeats them with the patient supine, prone and seated.
This segment covers the mid and lower cervical regions of the cervical spine. The introduction gives a brief clinical vignette, while each segment presents a specific palpation and three different manipulations to increase the movement of the restrictions found.
In this section, Dr. Faye covers the thoracic spine and demonstrates many palpation skills that are uncommon in most offices. The thoracic spine is a major concern in most cervical and shoulder joint conditions. The thoracic spine is often overlooked as a major concern in most cervical and shoulder joint conditions including “whiplash” sprains.
There is much more to the lumbar spine than the “lumbar roll”. In the introduction and each section of this DVD, Dr. Faye demonstrates how to palpate all the ranges of motion and the specific adjustments needed to restore normal lumbar function.
This section is critical if a patient has the need for TMJ manipulation or is suffering from Intercostal Neuralgia. The section on babies is quite basic but completes the series.
The motion palpation of the foot and ankle is the best place to learn our “impulse” thrust and feel the joint play movements first described by Dr. Mennell. Watch the introduction as well as the many specific palpations and manipulations.
The knee and hip palpations and manipulations will become a significant part of your practice. The hip dysfunctions cause many low back conditions and knee pains that are a common complaint. However, most often they do not require surgical intervention.
The hand, wrist and elbow section is an effective tool to learn the “impulse” thrust and joint play movements. Since people use their hands so much, these “fixations” or dysfunctions are very common. Dr. Faye demonstrates examination procedures that will amaze patients who won’t even mention these problems until you examine them.
The “shoulder girdle” is the key to getting great results with non-surgical shoulder conditions and post-operative recoveries. Dr. Faye shows you how to check all the palpations demonstrated and the manipulations they indicate, as well as the upper thoracic anterior glide and lower cervical sympathetic ganglion chain facilitation.
The pelvis introduction reviews the lumbopelvic biomechanics as described by doctors Fred Illi and Henri Gillet after observing motion x-ray studies in the late 50’s. Dr. Faye adds the more modern concepts, and demonstrates in each section the sacroiliac manipulations indicated by the examination procedures.