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Do You Believe in Magic? with Dr. Raven Bradley

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Do You Believe in Magic? with Dr. Raven Bradley

This week on the WoMed, we have our first chiropractor, Dr. Raven Bradley!
February 22, 2021
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Do You Believe in Magic? with Dr. Raven Bradley

This week on the WoMed, we have our first chiropractor, Dr. Raven Bradley! She talks about the incredible moment that made her want to become a chiropractor, what the schooling is like, her favorite and least favorite part of the job, and advice for others looking to join the field. Y’all, what she does is magic — healing people in incredible and at times inexplicable ways. D and Dr. Bradley also discuss the impacts of COVID and the types of misinformation about chiropractors that she has to battle. As we all have to do in life, especially these days, Dr. Bradley also speaks about finding joy and moments of happiness no matter the situation. 

You can connect with Raven on Instagram @ravenjbradley, and at Artisan Chiropractic in Houston, Texas. 

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