Dr. Jerome Fryer is a chiropractor in Nanaimo, British Columbia and the creator of Dynamic Disc Designs. He obtained his bachelor of science degree in biopsychology from the University of British Columbia in 1995. He then obtained his doctorate degree in chiropractic, graduating with honors, from the University of Western States in 1999. He is currently in private practice while also making room for conducting spine research and crafting spine education models. He lectures on the topics of degenerative disc disease and related spinal hydraulics and nutrition.
- Dr. Fryer's ResearchGate Profile
- Preliminary investigation into a seated unloading movement strategy for the lumbar spine: a pilot study. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 14(2), 119–126.
- Magnetic resonance imaging and stadiometric assessment of the lumbar discs after sitting and chair-care decompression exercise: a pilot study. The Spine Journal, 10(4), 297–305.
- A proposed in vitro model for investigating the mechanisms of “joint cracking”: a short report of preliminary techniques and observations. The Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association, 61(1), 32–39.
- Real-time visualization of joint cavitation. PloS One, 10(4), e0119470.
- YouTube: MRI movie peers inside cracking knuckles
- YouTube: Academic LxH anatomical spine model