Chiropractic Biophysics Technique
INTERVIEW WITH DEED HARRISON, D.C.
by William Koch, D.C.
R. DON HARRISON HAS BEEN A TIRELESS CHIROpractic
researcher and scientist for more than 35 years.
Originator of Chiropractic Biophysics Technique
Dr. Don’s outstanding career as a Chiropractor, researcher and
technique developer came to an unfortunate and untimely end
when he was stricken with a devastating illness three years ago.
Fortunately his son Deed Harrison was ready, willing and able to
“take over the family business” and continue his Father’s work.
Dr. Deed Harrison is a young man with a purpose: to advance
the science and art of Chiropractic, through CBP NonProfit,
Inc., a research and educational foundation established by his
father in the 1990’s. Until recently he and his wife, Shirlene,
who is also a chiropractor, have practiced and taught together.
Just this month (April 2011) they sold their clinical practice to
focus entirely on CBP Technique Seminars and CBP NonProfit
Koch: Dr. Deed, I am pleased to have the opportunity to hear
about the latest developments in CBP. I have taken several seminars taught by your Dad. They were terrific. It is a real loss to
the profession as well as a personal tragedy that he is no longer
able to continue his work.
DEED: It is indeed a tragedy. I am just grateful to be in a position to take over CBP and continue for him. I have upgraded
our business model for greater efficiency while continuing the
research and teaching program.
Koch: One of the things that has distinguished CBP over the
years is the incredible number of peer reviewed articles your Dad
and you have had published. That is a great accomplishment
and service to the profession.
DEED: Thanks Bill, we are proud to have had over 100 articles
and studies published in peer reviewed publications.
Koch: Deed, please give us a thumbnail sketch of what CBP is
about. I want our readers to know that CBP is not just another line
drawing X-ray analysis and adjusting technique, but a provable
scientific approach and valuable chiropractic reference resource.
DEED: The technique goals of normal spinal position and
normal posture are achieved through well researched and
CBP Technique methods have
foundations in Linear Algebra
theory mathematics (study of
rotations and translations) and
documented, scientific methods. CBP Technique methods have
foundations in Linear Algebra theory mathematics (study of
rotations and translations) and mechanical engineering.
While many chiropractic techniques are lacking evidence-based
support, CBP Technique is an exception to this situation. CBP
technique researchers have authored 135 studies in the peer-reviewed, indexed literature on a variety of aspects of CBP
technique theories, protocols, and practices.
Koch: This work is very important to the entire Chiropractic
profession. It provides scientific validation of the principles of
chiropractic, placing us on firm ground in any inter-professional
dialogue, especially when the efficacy of chiropractic is being