Dr. David L. Stussy is a world expert on the brain and health and is considered a master chiropractor, healer, teacher and philosopher.
Dr. Stussy talked with Kinshasha about movement and he demonstrates that movement is life.
Dr. Stussy He graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College with BA in Biological Sciences and graduated Suma Cum Laude from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in 1972. He continues to own and manage one of the largest neurology specialty multi-doctor clinics, Kenwood Chiropractic Arts, since 1981.
His postgraduate studies include master certification in spinal trauma and accelerated healing, scoliosis protocol, brain based neurological therapies, applied neurology, and pro-inflammatory nutrition. He was also one of the first doctors licensed to practice acupuncture in the state of Minnesota.
The Great High Wind That Blew the Low Post Down – the story told by Bob Beers of his grandfather, George Sullivan, and how he was a seminal figure in the folk music renaissance of the 1960s. An audio story about Roots Music in America.
The Great Falls, dubbed “St Anthony Falls” by Father Louis Hennepin, evolved during the Ice Age and became the birthplace of Minneapolis. A spiritual place for Native Americans, and especially Dakota people, the Falls have always been a magnet for their beauty and power. European settlers harnessed the water power for lumber and flour mill industries that developed along the banks of the Mississippi, but years of over-use marred the landscape. Today St. Anthony Falls are part of the Mississippi River Historic District. KFAI’s Dixie Treichel produced this documentary for MinneCulture.