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"My vision is for Every man, woman and child on the planet to become educated about the benefits of chiropractic" - Frank Hahn

Dr. Hahn’s ultimate goal is to change the health care in America by putting chiropractic in the forefront of families’ thoughts by correcting their spinal subluxations. Gratefully, I just finished up recently hosting IFCO TV with Frank Hahn in New Jersey at a TLC event. Mile High early registration and streaming access savings are ending September 30th Commit today to join us at www.milehighchiroregistrations.com

Dr. Hahn is well respected in all phases of chiropractic, from pediatric to geriatric and everyone between. He attended Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Dr. Hahn was presented a special award at graduation, the BJ Palmer Philosophy Award for his ability to communicate Chiropractic Philosophy. He has been practicing chiropractic in Franklin Park, NJ since graduation in 2003.

He says his vision is for “every man, woman and child on the planet to become educated about the benefits of chiropractic”. Dr. Hahn created and appears regularly on IFCO-TV, an online television show he created for the International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations (IFCO). He is active with the IFCO, and he is a board member of the Garden State Chiropractic Society. He has written a book, 47 Reasons to Visit Your Chiropractor, available on Amazon. In a vision of reaching more people with the IFCO's message, He had the idea of utilizing video over the Internet to create a way to connect more people with the values of the IFCO.

Since then, IFCO-TV has exploded in popularity. And people from around the world tune in to IFCO-TV. They stream interviews from chiropractic events around the world, and also now live stream portions of some videos of some speakers from events.

Dr. Hahn works countless hours on this streaming from events, such as our own Mile High Weekend, as well as New Beginnings, Focus, the IFCO Summit, and so many more. They are constantly being asked to attend programs, so they can have IFCO-TV. His vision is creating quality content that people want to see, and that will help spread chiropractic.

He was awarded the Sherman College Chiropractor of the Year for 2016, due to his incredible relentless efforts to bring pure chiropractic message to the world. One of the highlights that I learned from this episode was that schools have streamed IFCO-TV and even canceled classes so people could watch and learn from it.

It is indeed evident that watching this podcast would help you expand your vision and desire to have greater grasp of the chiropractic message. Enjoy!

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"You can see much farther standing on the shoulder of giants.." - Joe Fiorino

My new friend, Joseph Fiorino, is a true servant to the chiropractic principal. In the first few minutes of talking to him before recording this podcast, I learned that he gets up at 3:00 am every morning to be able to run his practice and also his family and the vision of Chirocept.

Joe is a second generation chiropractor who lives by the phrase "you can see much farther standing on the shoulders of giants."

His father practiced and continues to practice for 52 years as a chiropractor and is certainly part of what has fueled Joe's vision. In this podcast, we discussed the importance of chiropractic for children and great strategies and communication to help more chiropractors take care of more kids in their practices. Children are the future as it's been said many times, of course, and we need to have more kids grow up with a chiropractic lifestyle.

Another area that we discussed is chiropractic world dominance and stopping the negative mindset for the next generation of chiropractors. Keeping positivity in your practice is vital if we are going to expand our reach in the profession.

I know after you listen to Joe Fiorino, you will grow to love him as I have. One of the great points that we discuss is being faithful to do what you are called to do regardless of how big or small you perceive it to be, and how great or small a reward for thinking you will receive, or how difficult you believe it will be. We all can collectively move chiropracTIC forward if we all take action.

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"Become a NeuroStorm chaser." - David Fletcher

Evaluating the nervous system elevates the excellence of chiropracTIC, and chiropracTORS, and most importantly the care of practice members. This is an exciting podcast with Dr. David Fletcher, a 1980 graduate of CMCC, and the current chairman and chief clinical officer of the Chiropractic Leadership Alliance and the Creating Wellness Alliance. Read all of David Fletcher's bio here. In this episode, we have an in-depth discussion of instrumentation, and the nervous system. Mile high pre-registration is open with early savings until September 30th, and you can also gain access to the video and audio streaming of all years of MH! PRE-SALE HERE

You will definitely want to listen to this episode with a pad and pen to take notes. We defined and discussed neuroplasticity, and the NeuroStorm. Whether you use instrumentation or not in your practice, you will surely learn a lot about the process of the downward spiral of a loss of adaptability and the subluxation process, as well as the upward spiral of a person's healing, as their adaptability improves.

You'll also gain great communication strategies and skills for sharing a person's results with them on instrumentation, as well as their progress, table-side. I encourage you to listen to this podcast, and become a neuro-storm chaser.

You will learn about the difference between flying in hand and eye protocol versus instrumentation protocol and what you would do to make sure you're not flying blind in taking care of people. Dr. Fletcher further discusses the relationship between structure and function, and how a person's physical chemical and emotional stresses in their life have translated into their neural behavior and spinal structure.

I already know this is going to be one of people's favorite podcasts because of the depth and quality of the information and communication strategies that you'll gain. Remember to check us out on iTunes as well as subscribe and leave feedback. If you enjoy the podcasts, please share them.

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"Leave chiropractic better than we found it." - Daniel Knowles


It is quite profound how when a group of people come together in a community a vibe of a community consciousness develops. The overwhelming message from the weekend was to leave the profession better than we found it. This is not what we went into the weekend assuming was going to be the message however it's what resonated throughout each speaker.

Most significant feedback highlights were that people loved the new hotel location and date as well as visiting colorado. Content and real takeaways that could be used in the office Monday were experienced with every presentation.

Incredible gratitude to the speakers and exhibitors who made the weekend over the top. Myself, Joel Kinch, and Dan Lemberger are extremely grateful for the trust the mile high community has given to us to create a home in the center of the country for the practitioners who are committed to the foundational vitalistic principles and values of chiropracTIC.

See you all next year August 17-20, 2017 www.milehighchiro.org
want to leave feedback on the weekend you can at www.milehighchiroreview.com.

We want to send an additional thank you to all our exhibitors and donors. So we are our listing their companies and links to the websites below. Thank you everyone for your vision and support.




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