Chiropractic + Naturopathic Doctor

New book gives chiropractic wiggle room

Maria DiDanieli   

Features Health Wellness

Jan. 23, Hoboken, NJ
How I Got My Wiggle Back – A Memoir of
is the personal story of Anthony Field, founder and costar of the
world's most popular children's musical group, The Wiggles, and how
chiropractic saved his career and, he says, his life.

The book is
written by Field and journalist (and Field’s cousin) Greg Truman and its dedication
reads, “This book is dedicated to the memory of my father, John Patrick Field,
and the inspirational chiropractors who saved my life.”


As a founder and co-star of The
Wiggles, the most popular children's music group in history, Field sang and
danced his way into the hearts of countless families around the world. But all
was not well. In How I Got My Wiggle Back,
Anthony, the "blue Wiggle," reveals for the first time that, as he
and his group soared to fame and fortune, he was locked in a downward spiral
that nearly ended his career.

Anthony tells the story of the years
he spent suffering from joint pain, multiple allergies, chronic headaches, and
clinical depression. In this book, he also talks about his remarkable recovery
and the simple techniques that can help anyone suffering with similar problems
to regain their health.

Anthony's story of how he beat the
illnesses that threatened to end his career is both inspiring and instructive.
He tells the riveting story of how two wonderful chiropractors
(Drs. Richard Gringeri – Santa Clara, CA – and
James Stoxen – Chicago, IL)
isolated the
root cause of many of Anthony's physical problems and set him on the road to

“Even before I made the connection
with the healers, in this book, I was instinctively aware of the positive impact
a simple chiropractic adjustment could have,” says Field who notes that the
only relief he seemed to get was from chiropractors.

How I Got My Wiggle Back will be available in bookstores
across North America on February 1, 2012.

For more
information, or to purchase the book, please visit

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