Enjoy the opening minutes of Patti Giuliano's presentation at Mile High on the Chiropractic Clinical Assessment And Care Plan For The Pediatric Patient. Patti Giuliano's highly active in the League of Chiropractic Women, and the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. We are honored to have her present at Mile High this past year. Enjoy this clip. To get more Patti, and a full access pass to the rest of the speakers from Mile High, you can grab streaming access here. https://milehighchiro.org/product-categ…/audio-video-stream/
I predict this will one of the most listened to podcasts in the history of Mile High because it is a vital topic in neuroscience and neurophysiology. Srideep Musuvathy studied electrical engineering at University of Southern California and was introduced to the chiropractic as a healing art by receiving data of unfiltered electromyograph readings from a CLA Insight Millenium on Networks Spinal Analysis patients. Join us at Mile High, August 17th-20th, 2017, register today at www.milehighchiro.org.
His first review of the data, having never seen a chiropractor or known about network, found in his first review that mathematically a wave was moving through a person's spines and was something that he had never seen before. Since that time, he has conducted mathematical research on patients receiving Networks Spinal Analysis Care and published papers relative to Central Pattern Generators, coherence, energy, systems theory and reorganizational healing. In this podcast, we discuss how the body heals, the challenges of conducting research on such a complex phenomenon, the evidence of a person's body increasing their organization through chiropractic force applications specifically Networks Spinal Analysis, and the related science. For those that can put their scientist hat on in terms of thought, they will find this fascinating.
You can read more about the research that Srideep conducted in the resources below. As well as an incredible video that shows how the electromyograph readings from an insight subluxation station to the person’s body and how mathematically a wave cannot be faked.
A central tenant of chiropractic philosophy is the Triune of life, Intelligence, force, and matter. And that disease is nothing more nor less than a lack of organization or order. The total being is either in orderly, organized harmony, or in disorder. To see mathematically the nerve system show greater levels of organization and coherence is landmark, not only for chiropractic, as a healing art, but also neuroscience and neurophysiology. Enjoy this Mile High podcast and check out the additional references on this material.
Gratefully Mile High was opened by Jack Bourla president of the IFCO. Enjoy this closing few minutes of his presentation. He discusses our to do list for moving the profession forward together. Mile High streaming video access for all four years is now available
In this episode, we will be catching up with Dr. Krista Burns DC, DrHA, CPEP, CPS, BS as she's on the road in Florida on a U.S. tour. Dr. Krista Burns lives and practices in Parma, Italy. She is the vice president of membership of the League of Chiropractic Women, and also the American Posture Institute.
In this episode, we discussed postural neurology, which is fascinating in terms of its changes in neuro plasticity and how it is a functional approach and not a pain-based approach. With this, Dr. Krista Burns discussed how postural neurology can help their patients hold their adjustment longer, create neuro plastic changes of the posture system, and how they can increase their doctor to patient communication with posture.
This is a fascinating material, and we also discussed positioning yourself as an expert in your community and how you differentiate and set yourself apart from others who will be best served by your approach, you can reach new levels of impact in your success. Some great Tips to position yourself as a go-to-expert in your community are discussed during this podcast that I know you will enjoy. During this, also, Dr. Krista Burns gives us a great resource, the top 20 research studies every brain-based practitioner needs to know.
Enjoy listening to this podcast episode and find more about the relationship between posture and neurology. Mile High is extremely grateful for the League of Chiropractic Women and what they are doing for chiropractic and wants to encourage you to continue to think outside the four walls of your office. Join us August 17th to 20th , 2017 at Mile High 2017 www.milehighchiroregistrations.com
A few months ago, I met one of my new favorite people in chiropractic and who's not a chiropractor. Frank Ju discovered chiropractic, as so many do, via his own life changes for his health and well-being, and it has set him on a path of contribution and service to the chiropractic profession, particularly those focused on a subluxation-centered practice.
I know you'll enjoy listening to this podcast episode where you'll first get to know Frank Ju in terms of his experience in finding chiropractic through the world of therapeutic chiropractic and finding the true principle through some of our friends. Grab your mile high registrations for 2017 early and save while you can at www.milehighchiroregistrations.com
Since creating a platform for electronic records that is on the newest technology, they have done some amazing things with vitalogics to create a platform for data collection that can be incredible contribution to research, marketing, and validating chiropractic. To date, they have over a quarter million case files of data that could be accessed to securely create a database for research.
Being that we're focusing on research as one of the highlights of Mile High 2017, this is big news. Furthermore, discussing the ways to keep patient data secure and utilize technology to work efficiently is particularly of interest during this episode.
In this fun podcast episode, we get to know Dr. Jon Baker, who practiced for 30 years in California, opening nine satellite clinics in the early 90s and helping several DCs and their families impact many lives. Dr. Baker has been a supporter of Sherman College, Life West, and Mile High for the last several years, as he sees that we need to focus our attention and energy and helping True Chiropractic thrive. Join us at Mile High commit early and save at www.milehighchiroregistrations.com
One of the things that I appreciate about him is he believes we can truly make a difference as humans and chiropractors by being great examples of people who always and in all ways lead by example and follow by choice. He wants to see chiropractic delivered in such a way that people understand it so it can positively change the world in many ways. His message is to the profession to stop just being different and truly make a difference.
A few things that are central to Dr. Baker's values, that are important for doctors of chiropractic and students to move towards in terms of success is that he determined early, when he looked around the profession, there wasn't as much happiness, health, passive income, net worth, and light at the end of the tunnel, as he wanted to see. Too often, chiropractors were working where they didn't have any freedom, they couldn't take vacation time, they couldn't be out of the office and they basically didn't have a business, they were self-employed people with jobs that were tied to their practice. We all love serving and seeing people's lives change through chiropractic, however when you're delivering the greatest healing art on the planet, it would be great to see you thriving as well as the people you're taking care of.
As we discussed in this interview, to move your chiropractic practice to a business, his vision is you have to be able to leave the practice for six months, and it still run without you. A significant contributor to numerous charities, within and outside of chiropractic, Dr. Baker is making an impact on the better in the world, and when you hear about his project he's working on with X Ray corrective changes, you're going to find it very exciting.
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