I have written stories of over 50 doctors (mostly holistic) who have died in just a mere year and five days (Father’s day marked the one year anniversary of the prominent Jeff Bradstreet MD)
Some are established murders, alleged suicides, freak accidents and some still unexplained.
I wasn’t going to write about prominent holistic Dr. Andy Roberts only because it did appear he truly had a heart attack on his way to a big chiropractic event. He was then in a coma and during this time I saw my Facebook timeline filled with post of people praying for him and his family.
The outpouring of love I saw for this man was awesome. It appears that his personality and positive energy was contagious and so many loved him.
It’s not often (after writing about so many tragic deaths this last year) that I see a gofundme campaign raise nearly 100,000 dollars in just a few weeks.
So, while many (most!) of these deaths are mysterious and many still being investigated by authorities or families hiring their own detectives; I’m not sure there’s anything here to investigate.
I just wanted to write a short tribute remembering a man, who after I read just a bit about the man and the legend – I had to share.
Here’s his very impressive bio and the go fund me account is linked above as he leaves behind a wife and four children.
“The Specific Chiropractic Center is proud to announce the opening of its newest clinic, located in Commerce Township, Michigan. The office is located at 3396 E. West Maple Rd.
This newest addition to the brand will be lead by Dr. Andy Roberts.
Dr. Roberts is a 1996 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. He then had the privilege of studying under and being mentored by Dr. E.L. “Bud” Crowder, the foremost Upper Cervical Specific chiropractor of the time and protégé of Dr BJ Palmer, the Developer of Chiropractic and founder of the upper cervical system.
He completed a rigorous 3-year Associate Clinical Externship in Specific Cervical Chiropractic Analysis, X-ray, Technique and Philosophy. Dr. Crowder’s method of critical thinking, impeccable attention to detail, knowledge and expertise of upper cervical specific chiropractic are the greatest gifts Dr. Roberts received from his mentor.
Following his vision of serving the world through chiropractic, Dr. Roberts joined Quiropráctica Mundial (Worldwide Chiropractic) in San Jose, Costa Rica, helping it grow into the largest upper cervical chiropractic clinic in the world. While there, Dr. Roberts was part of the team that authored legislation for the protection of chiropractic and the Costa Rican people, culminating in being on the board that presented the proposed law before the Costa Rican congress and ultimately presented at the signing of the law into effect by the country’s Vice President.
Through the years, Dr. Roberts has had the privilege to train and mentor a number of students and new doctors in the procedures and protocols of the upper cervical system. He has been honored to teach with the “That Something” Coaching Program as well as programs at Palmer, Logan and Life Colleges of Chiropractic.
Currently, Dr. Roberts is an active member of the Grand Council of the Delta Sigma Chi International Chiropractic Fraternity having served as its Chaplin and 5-Year Board Member, and the ICA Council on Upper Cervical Care.
Dr. Roberts is particularly known for his expertise in women’s health.”
Thanks for taking the time to read this article. If you found this information helpful, please share it with your friends and family. Your support in our endeavor of sharing free information would be much appreciated.