For clarity's sake ...
Tammy Joy Kennedy

I have found recently that some chiropractic doctors are beginning to use the term 'nerve signal interference'. This fact actually lends support to my position as a Nerve Signal Interference (NSI) Specialist in that they have FINALLY begun to refer properly to the so-called 'nerve interference' that they profess to deal with. Unfortunately, they still want to say that the primary interference is CAUSED by the curvature of the spinal column itself. They refuse to recognize that this curvature is simply a normal compensatory response from other causes directly above and below the spine itself.

Dr. Craton, so many times, instilled in me the proper vocabulary of his field. He explained that the chiropractors wanted to call the vital living force of the body the 'nerve impulse', 'nerve force', 'nerve flow', & 'mental impulse'. He said that it was none of the above and instead defined that all important property as the 'nerve signal'.

To date, the chiropractors as a whole, are still not using the proper terminology while referring to the interference of the nerve signal. And, since Dr. Dieringer had actually gotten the terminology right up to that point, I had high hopes of leading him toward the light of truth in the rest of his philosophy.

His mention of spinal misalignments, and re-adjusting the spine are STILL of the old school of chiropractic error. Albeit he has made progress toward truth in his use of the term 'nerve signal interference' he has not taken the NECESSARY step forward in order to separate himself from other erroneous preconceptions of his prior conditioning. And, I cannot currently endorse his use of the term 'nerve signal interference' since his understanding of the proper biomechanics of the body is obviously stagnated. (His comments place credibility in the 'vertebral subluxation' school of thought.)

Please see below.

Letters to Dr. Robert Dieringer
Star of Bethlehem

Friday, January 10, 2003 4:45 AM
From: Tammy Joy
To: Dr. Robert Dieringer
Subject: Nerve Signal Interference

Dear Dr. Dieringer

I have found your web page at

I noticed your use of the term 'nerve signal interference'. I feel that you may want to peruse the following web site ( in order to better understand the concept from the original researcher of 'nerve signal interference' and creator of the new science of Nerve Signal Interference Removal (NSIR).

You still have much to learn (due to your use of the term spinal MISALIGNMENTS).

I may be able to be of assistance to you if you are in search of true excellence of performance in technique.


Tammy Joy Kennedy
Nerve Signal Interference (NSI) Specialist

Wednesday, April 30, 2003 11:52 PM
From: Tammy Joy
To: Dr. Robert Dieringer

To Whom it May Concern

I am watching you. I have also made the effort to help you to understand further what you are dealing with and have had no response from you.

I am now in the process of consulting with my law firm in order to affect your insubordination. I am OFFENDED at your use of the term "nerve signal interference" since you are NOT consulting with the lineage of the original researcher and subsequent definer of the term.

I have saved my previous letter to you; and, I am intending on posting both that letter, and the current letter to my web site in order to let people see my effort in your case.

Either pay your dues in order to be able to ACCURATELY use the term, or eliminate your usage of the phrase from your literature. This term has NOTHING to do with "spinal misalignments" as you know them, or "re-aligning or re-adjusting the spine", again as you understand these philosophies.

Stand down.


Tammy Joy Kennedy
Nerve Signal Interference (NSI) Specialist

PS. You have one week until my communications are posted to my web site.

Posted May 15, 2003

Letter from Dr. Robert Dieringer

Monday, September 08, 2003 11:53 PM
From: Dr. Robert Dieringer
To: Tammy Joy

Im sorry had not noticed your letters earlier. Next time email me directly and then we can discuss the issues you have at hand. My email address is very visible. Im sorry I did not catch your name. Was it Dr. Tammy? Did you attend Palmer as well like grandpa? I am not so sure what your intent was with your letters. Could you please exactly explain your disagreement?

Robert Dieringer, DC

Response to Dr. Robert Dieringer

Tuesday, September 09, 2003 2:22 AM
From: Tammy Joy
To: Dr. Robert Dieringer
Subject: FYI

Dear Sir

I did email you directly ( twice, once in January and the next time in April. Do you treat your other mail as unimportant?

I figure from your note above that you found my previous correspondence with you from a web search, probably from your own name. Please correct me if I'm wrong. I am tracking the hits to my web site so if you will let me know your IP address then I can better follow your path to me.

My name is Tammy Joy Kennedy. I am a Nerve Signal Interference (NSI) Specialist. I believe that my previous correspondence was clear enough for you to understand but you may refer back to that documentation if you wish:

My professional education was acquired directly under Dr. Earl F. Craton, the master of the new field - Nerve Signal Interference Removal. I spent twelve years in direct apprenticeship in order to receive my title and know the field as he created it. I am the legal and moral representative of Dr. Craton's collective research of over 70 years. I had originally offered you the opportunity to be embraced by our field if you would become properly educated in your use of the term "nerve signal interference". You seemed to apparently refuse. I then disputed your understanding of nerve signal interference since your literature is scientifically inaccurate.

What don't you understand?


Tammy Joy Kennedy
Nerve Signal Interference (NSI) Specialist

PS. If you respond appropriately you can still be considered a friendly: You may disregard the retainer fee demand in cash at at this time but you must offer me an equivalent documentary proof of interest and rank of command if you will succeed in placating me at this time. You are still wet behind the ears. Please don't wait very long to answer; I will be updating my page with this correspondence in ten (10) days. Here is an example of what I am looking for: And, your correspondence need be true, as was Dr. Ritchie's. Let me know.

Additional correspondence posted December 26, 2003

This page was first posted on May 15, 2003 and last revised on August 26, 2010.

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