Cindy Kennedy, FNP, is joined by Dr. Bill Bazin, who discusses the role of chiropractic care in Lyme disease and shifting the nervous system from “fight or flight” to “rest and digest.”Dr. Bazin has been a chiropractor for more than 30 years. He is a 1985 graduate of the Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. Now exclusively in private practice, Dr. Bazin has served as a chiropractic management consultant for “The Family Practice” of Marietta, Ga.
A lifelong athlete, Dr. Bazin was captain of the Palmer College rugby team, and was able to compete against nationally ranked teams while playing for Palmer. He also played on the Palmer College hockey team and currently enjoys running, biking and being outdoors. He also finds time in his busy schedule to serve as team chiropractor for several hockey and lacrosse teams and has also served as chiropractor for the rock group The Eagles and The Gloria Estefan Band.
Dr. Bazin’s passion for chiropractic began as an infant when he got his first adjustment from his father, Dr. Roland Bazin. The senior Dr. Bazin was inspired to become a chiropractor when his daughter Donna’s life was saved by a chiropractor, who adjusted her, and enabled her to recover from injuries sustained as the result of a vaccine reaction.
Now, Dr. Bill Bazin spreads the word of chiropractic by teaching his patients the importance of living with a healthy, interference free spine. Dr. Bazin met his wife Liz while attending college in Iowa. They have been married since 1987 and have 3 children: Alex, Brian and Camryn.