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    Joe Esposito: An Expanded Chiropractic Vision [Podcast]


    "We are here to protect, promote, and save chiropractic!"
    - Joe Esposito

    Welcome to this exciting episode of the Mile High podcast with Dr. Joe Esposito. Something that often makes me enthusiastic in the chiropractic profession is when people are thinking beyond their 4 walls to reach as many people as they can with the chiropractic message and service. To me this is always a sign of expanded vision. Mile High tickets are rising grab yours today.

    Very few people have done that to the level of Joe Esposito. A Life University graduate who straight out of the gate has taken action to expand his impact on chiropractic as a whole, as well as most certainly the public, through his efforts.

    Dr. Joe Esposito started align life in 1999 with the opening of his first clinic facility in Bloomington Illinois. He has since expanded his clinics to reach cities across the United States with a focused communication that the body is self-healing and inspiring the innate healing potential of the human body. The systems of their clinics are designed to help any on purpose chiropractor build the practice of their dreams. If that wasn't enough he also founded Vitalogics. Vitalogics is a wellness technology company that focuses on helping healthcare providers leverage technology to improve patient education, office efficiency, and bottom-line profit.

    So often people are focused on procedures marketing tools and what they need to do or not do. I have learned in the last several years that it all starts with mindset, headspace and of course vision. What I would like you to listen for carefully in this podcast is the expression of someone with a bigger vision. If you're going to expand your impact either through your office or on a bigger level beyond the walls of your office rubbing elbows and listening to people with a bigger vision will start to change how you think. And as my friend Liam Schubel says "changed thinking changes everything." Vitalogics is the diamond sponsor of the Mile High weekend this year. Their EHR is the #1 software for chiropractic research due to scalability, data integrity, compliancy, solid infrastructure, and real-time data collection. People that use Vitalogics improve the efficiency and compliancy of their office while supporting research in the chiropractic profession.

    Enjoy and I hope this podcast grows your vision to new levels.

    "To us it not about the sales its about serving. We want to know about what you practice not not about what we want."
    - Joe Esposito

    Question of the day: "What research would you like to see done in the chiropractic profession?" Please let me know in the comments.


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    Questions I asked:

    • How did you find you way into chiropractic?
    • How did you get started from chiropractic to moving on a bigger stage?
    • Why did you start a software company?
    • What is the research you are doing and how much data have you collected?
    • What makes Vitalogics unique?
    • What are some other projects that you are working on within chiropractic?
    • How can people be more involved with health mission?
    • What are some of the patterns that you have seen that stopped people to be successful in their practice?
    • Who are some of the players involved in vitalogics?

    People Mentioned:

    • Shawn Dill
    • Christina Esposito
    • Frank Ju
    • Liz Mertz

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    Simon Senzon: A Chiropractic Philosophy Tribute To Andy Roberts [Podcast]


    "My vision is to develop a space online for chiropractors, where whoever's interested to learn stuff can not only learn it but we can all be ensured that we have the same information."
    - Simon Senzon

    This episode is a philosophical discussion and tribute in honor of Dr. Andy Roberts. Many in the vitalistic chiropractic philosophical world very much appreciated Dr. Andy Roberts and what he brought in terms of philosophy, science, and art to the profession. His tragic passing is something that has affected us here at Mile High. Both myself, and Simon Senzon are friends and fans of Dr. Andy Roberts. So, we quickly connected and put together this Podcast as a tribute to Dr. Roberts.

    In it we discussed the normal complete cycle, the vertemere cycle, upper cervical technique, as well as Dr. Roberts mentor, Bud Crowder. This philosophical journey with Simon Senzon is quite valuable.

    Simon Senzon has been incredibly prolific in chiropractic philosophy and history, publishing numerous books including; The Spiritual Writings of BJ Palmer: The Second Chiropractor, The Secret History of Chiropractic DD Palmers Spiritual Writings The First Chiropractor, Chiropractic Foundations: DD Palmer's Traveling Library, and so, so much more. His Senzon learning website and his institutechiro.com are incredible resources for the chiropractic profession as a whole.

    You can read Simon Senzon's bio here and look at his institutechiro.com for more information and a wealth of chiropractic philosophy.

    Question of the day: "What is your favorite chiropractic philosophy text?" Please let me know in the comments.


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    Questions I asked:

    • What can you say about the philosophical topic the "normal complete cycle"?
    • Of all the books you published which one is your favorite?
    • Can you talk a little bit about Bud Crowder and Thomas Whitehorne
    • What is the institute chiro project all about?
    • can you share about what's in store when you ascend to a Mile High?
    • Is there anything that you would like to say more about Dr. Andy Roberts?

    People Mentioned:

    • Andy Roberts
    • DD Palmer
    • BJ Palmer
    • Donald Epstein
    • Ralph W. Stephenson, DC
    • E.L. “Bud” Crowder
    • James Riddle Drain

    Books Mentioned:

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    Michael Viscarelli : Growth Beyond Your Four Walls [Podcast]


    "Rock Bottom has created way more champions than privilege ever will"
    - Michael Viscarelli

    About a month before the first Mile High event, I had a phone call from my friends Jeremy and Amanda Hess, who said you need to have Michael Viscarelli on your stage for Mile High because he has the fastest growing practice in Colorado. My response was… "never heard of him”. At that time, just a few short years ago, no one had heard of Michael Viscarelli.

    Dr. Viscarelli attended the first Mile High event, and then he contacted me to go out to dinner. Our families had a great dinner out in Boulder, and kicked off a friendship immediately. Now there is hardly anyone in chiropractic that doesn't know about Michael Viscarelli. He is a co-founder of Amped and Launch, and has helped thousands of chiropractor teams get started with a big bang.

    Michael Viscarelli has also been instrumental in helping lead change in our region. This is one of the things that I appreciate most about him. In addition to his passion for chiropractic and his passion for the principle he knows for chiropractic to move from survival to thrival, we need to be agents of political change in addition to changing lives.

    Any time we need help, he is a warrior for chiropractic and shows up rather than just talks. A member of the IFCO , contributor to Sherman College as well as numerous other vital causes within the professionI Dr. Viscarelli is a force for good who I am grateful for. I know you're going to enjoy this podcast episode as much as I did, and hopefully it fires up inspiration within you for your practice, as well as growing beyond your four walls. Dr. Michael Viscarelli will be doing a breakout session at Mile High this year. Register today!

    Mile High is just around the corner, see you there. After you get to enjoy this episode please leave your positive feedback on iTunes and take the time to please share it with your friends on social media.

    Question of the day: "What do you want the public to learn about chiropractic?" Please let me know in the comments.


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    Questions I asked:

    • How did you find your way to chiropractic?
    • What is your "why" behind AMPED?
    • What is it that you support?
    • What is your overall goal?
    • What makes you different?
    • What is your personal mission?
    • What are you most excited about?

    People Mentioned::

    • Liam Schubel
    • Patrick Gentempo
    • Jeremy and Amanda Hess

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    Liz Anderson-Peacock: Life is About Connection [PODCAST]


    "You are allowed to be both a masterpiece and a work-in-progress simultaneously." - The Secret

    In this episode, we have a heartfelt and deep journey with Dr. Liz Anderson Peacock. We'll discuss how she found chiropractic and through her work with the international chiropractic pediatric association, Larry Webster, D.C., Jeanne Ohm, D.C., and so many more. Dr. Peacock has been and continues to be an incredible leader in chiropractic both on the humanitarian front and legislatively in her region as well as education.

    During this in depth interview, Dan Lemberger asked her questions in regards to patient education strategies, how life is about connection, and so much more.

    Dr. Liz Peacock will be sharing a pediatric program at Mile High, August 18th through 21st that you do not want to miss. Registration is here: https://milehighchiro.org/milehigh-2016

    I know from this interview you will learn in depth why chiropractic is an incredible opportunity for connection and enhancing potential and expand your vision for impacting your community and as well as touching the lives of people of all ages. Enjoy and please share with us your feedback in what things you learn from this podcast. Look forward to seeing you at Higher Ground.


     

    "Before we can connect with others, first we need to know where they're at."
    - Liz Anderson-Peacock

    Question of the day: "What do you want the public to learn about chiropractic?" Please let me know in the comments.


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    In this episode you will learn:

    • How chiropractic is an opportunity for connection and enhancing potential.

    Questions I asked:

    • What is the meaning of the qoute "Life is about connection" for you and for the community?
    • What brought you into chiropractic?
    • What are some things that people can do to find that connection themselves?
    • How have you been involved with care for women and children throughout your professional career?
    • Can you share some of the things that you are involve in the community and other things?
    • What are you looking forward to being at Mile High 4?

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    Richelle Knowles: Chiropractic Philosophy, Science, Art, Politics and Philanthropy [PODCAST]


    "Be involved in your community, be a real person, and be authenTIC!" - Richelle Knowles

    This weeks episode is with the first lady of Mile High. Dan Lemberger, Mile High MC, conducts an incredible interview with this chiropractic leader. Very few chiropractors have had the impact that Dr. Richelle Knowles's had on chiropractors, patients lives and in the profession as a whole.

    Hailing from the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area as well as a Sherman College graduate Dr Richelle Knowles has had a powerful presence since her time as a student representing Sherman in the WCCS, teaching NSA programs, serving as a mentor coach for years in Chiropractic Pure and Simple, serving the LCW, serving the state of Colorado on the state board and now on the Board of the IFCO.

    If any podcast episode will inspire you it will be this one! The pure and focused message of service to the public and the profession is one that chiropractors need to hear now more than ever.

    This is a journey through today's chiropractic renaissance, creating chiropractic community and being authenTIC. When you get to know Richelle Knowles you can't help but to love her.


     

    "Colorado is now not only a family vacation destination but also a destination for chiropractic."
    - Dan Lemberger

    Question of the day: "Where do you like to visit in Colorado?" Please let me know in the comments.


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    Questions I asked:

    • How did chiropractic find you and how has it led you to where you are right now?
    • Can you share about your experience of coming out of school, getting in practice and digging into the community?
    • Can you share a little bit about the importance of community for practitioners?
    • What are some tips you can share with people for them get involve in their profession on a greater level?
    • How have you been involved in promoting women in chiropractic?
    • What can people expect at Mile High in terms of students, new practitioners and experienced practitioners?

    Places Mentioned:



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