David Seaman, DC. During Chiropractic College, he became interested in what it was about patients who did not respond to traditional chiropractic care. This led him to investigate pain mechanisms in more detail after graduating from college. He sought guidance from pain researchers at the University of North Carolina and the University of California.
He ultimately published four scientific articles about weight management, pain syndrome classification, diet-induction of inflammation and pain, and pain expression in the context of an elevated body mass index. Researchers from Harvard Medical School, other universities in the United States, as well as universities in Canada, Brazil, Iran, India, Russia, Japan, Thailand, China,Australia, and several countries in Europe have referenced these articles. This demonstrates that chiropractors can be accepted by mainstream medicine when a common language is spoken.
He recently wrote a book for the public entitled The DeFlame Diet.