Chiropractor Dr. Lee teaching the kids about BONES at El Buen Samaritano

Chiropractor Dr. Lee teaching the kids about BONES at El Buen Samaritano

 

Chiropractor Dr. James Lee teaching the children at El Buen Samaritano summer camp about the bones in the human body.

Dr. James Lee has taught many groups throughout Austin Texas on health related subjects, but the skeleton class seems to be everyones favorite. Here Dr. Lee goes over all the different bones and their important functions in the body. The classes are sometimes taught in both English and Spanish.

El Buen Samaritano

El Buen Samaritano is an outreach ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas committed to helping Latino and other families in Central Texas lead healthy, productive and secure lives through high-quality and affordable health-care, education and econAustin Chiropractic - Dr. James Leeomic-stability services.

Dr. Lee talks about the importance of the spine and Chiropractic to our youth so they can understand healthy ways to maintain a wise posture. The class is short, usually do to the attention span of the age group, but covers most of the important biomechanics of the human body. The class is taught so children can understand and retain the information. At the end of the class Dr. Lee usually hands out a short, fun quiz so the children can challenge themselves to the memorization, or to the songs that are sang about the bone. “This hip bone is connected to the….tail bone.”

Dr. James Lee’s office is located in South Austin. His practice is 30% children. The philosophy here is to prevent any spine problems by early detection and Chiropractic adjustments. The Chiropractic adjustments to children are very gentle and soft.

 

Dr. James Lee teaching a class at El Buen Samaratino - Austin Chiropractic - Dr. James Lee

Dr. James Lee teaching a class at El Buen Samaratino

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About Dr. James Lee

Dr. James Lee has been a practicing Network Chiropractor for nearly 20 years, 15 of those years in Central America, now based in Austin, Texas. Thanks for reading - if you liked this post, please Share It with the icons above!