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"What a long, strange trip it has been." - Grateful Dead

Approximately 4 1/2 years ago, after hearing a calling so loud that I could not ignore it anymore, we decided to launch Mile High. Looking back at the last four and a half years, I had no idea that this would have as much as impact on a chiropractic profession, individual practitioners, their offices, their teams and the chiropractic profession as a whole as it has.

Each year, we strive to make the the Mile High chiropractic movement weekend event, better than the year before and each year we strive to have the movement have more impact throughout the year. Grab streaming access to the 2016 event along with early registration for next year before midnight December 31st and save PRE REGISTER. I am extremely grateful for all of those who have latched onto the vision. They say there's nothing as powerful as an idea whose time has come. We are at a crossroads in our profession where more than ever it is needed for practitioners to step up and be involved with chiropractic remaining chiropractic. Advancing chiropractic does not mean advancing it into another profession or another discipline. It means advancing the philosophy, science and art of chiropracTIC.

The Mile High chiropractic movement weekend has created a home for those like-minded practitioners that have vitalistic foundational values of chiropractic at the core of their practice. And facing the direction of that being clearer and more defined and more embodied in their practice each day. They are vertebral subluxation conscious. Which means, they're conscious that subluxations are in  and of themselves a serious detriment to the health of humanity. That when reduced, because in and of themselves they are a detriment to ones health, a persons life is, from that point on never the same. It is forever different, transformed, enhanced, improved in quality and quantity of years. And that that, the location , analysis and adjustment of subluxations are in and of itself  enough in terms of a service to deliver to humanity. In fact, it's way more than enough as it's the most valuable service that exists in the healthcare healing arts and is unduplicated by any other profession.

To remove subluxation from the chiropractic paradigm is actually to remove Chiropractic  from healthcare. And any man or woman who really, truly understands the BIG IDEA, would never allow that to happen consciously. We look forward to seeing you at one of the Mile High chiropractic movement weekends, the next one is on August 17-20, 2017.

Register early. Registration is open here until December 31st.

Any time you're in Colorado we'd love to have you out at one of the Mile High chiropractic philosophy nights. They're the third Thursday of every month in Boulder, Colorado. We would love to welcome you home to the heart and soul of the values, principals of chiropracTIC.

Please enjoy this highlight reel from Mile High for which we heard that was the best one yet. And we are raising the bar for next year. Rise up in your philosophy, your vision, and your strategies by joining us in August 2017.

"Set a goal so big, you can't achieve that is until you grow into the person who can."

Question of the day: "Which part of Mile High did you enjoy?" Please let me know in the comments.


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David Fletcher of the Chiropractor Leadership Alliance, put an amazing message of certainty, neurology, and vitalistic rather than allopathic and mechanistic model for chiropractic. Enjoy his opening here and catch more of him by getting streaming access to Mile High, when you register for Mile High 2017, August 17th to 20th, www.milehighchiro.org. See you there!

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See you on a higher ground!

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"All I am armed with is research." - Mike Wallace

Research within our profession is vital to its future. Very few know that, and live it as much as Christie Kwon. This is why Mile High is focusing on the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation Research in 2017. Mile High ticket prices are rising. Commit to joining us August 17th to 20th, 2017, before the clock strikes midnight on this year. www.milehighchiro.org/pre-register

Dr. Christie Kwon is the executive director for the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation Research and her goal is to get more chiropractors engaged in research. This year, she'll be presenting at our Mile High event. During the course of this podcast, she provided an update on some of the research activity that the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation Research (FVSR) is currently involved in. Chiropractors have to connect with why research is important and how that translates to practice and certainty and better serving practice members. In this interview, we discussed:

1 - The importance of research and a clear focused research agenda related to subluxation-based chiropractic.

2 - The Foundations Practice Guidelines project.

3 - Other additional research activities that the FVSR is working on.

The mission of the Foundation is to advocate for and advance the founding principles and tenets of the chiropractic profession in the area of vertebral subluxation through research, education, policy and service. A sick and suffering humanity needs us and we need you to join us on this mission.

The foundation has accomplished a significant amount since it's founding in 2010. You can find out more about the foundation on their website www.vertebralsubluxation.org. There is a significant body of research evidence supporting chiropractic care. However, while that may be the case, that needs to continue to grow on a daily basis. The research agenda for the profession has to expand, and the FVSR is a vital part of that. Mile High is very grateful for the work that the foundation does and will be continuing to do and this is why we're promoting and supporting them this year.

"What we find changes who we become." - Peter Morville

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


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"No matter what you have done or not done, you are worthy of love." - Dr. John DeMartini

Having been one of the first people interviewed on LUX TV, I am thrilled to be able to interview for the Mile High Podcast, Dave Tran. Commit to joining us at a higher altitude before December 31st and save www.milehighchiro.org/pre-register

Dave Tran is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a double major in business management and management information systems.  He completed his doctorate of chiropractic degree at Texas Chiropractic College in 2015.

Since then, he has opened up his practice, The Specific  Chiropractic Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, after completing specialized post-graduate training with the art of the specific in upper cervical specific chiropractic.

In this episode we discussed  the chiropractic school experience.  The importance of getting involved as a student.  Thoughts about opening a practice and the transition to real world practice.

Listen for the gold within Dave's story, you will learn what behaviors you need to adopt to thrive in practice because success leaves clues.  It's great to interview someone who has such a passion for chiropractic.  One thing that is obvious is that Dave stands for a world where no matter what happens, there is something we can do to achieve something extraordinary from it.

"Work your butt of in practice and serve as many people as you can but don’t forget to go back in to chiropractic." - Dave Tran

Question of the day: "If you knew you could not fail what would you do?" Please let me know in the comments.


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Jay Komarek, is a Colorado and chiropractic favorite. Are you willing to show up?

Connect with Dr. Jay as he talks about showing up as a real deal.

The movie Life Adjusted is a smash hit, and people all around the world are enjoying the scene that transformation that happens and this wonderful horse. Dr. Jay Komarek is a tremendous asset and welcome knowledge to this profession. I know you'll enjoy how much his heart shows through in this clip.

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"Tell the world what you intend to do, but first show it." - Napoleon Hill

Life is a daring adventure, and, as Sterling Kierkegaard said, life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forward. Sometimes life takes you on many twists and turns, and you do not know until later why things happen the way they did, that is why life can be such an adventure. In this Mile High podcast episode, we connect with Michael Sontheimer in Peru.

Michael Sontheimer graduated chiropractic school in the U.S., practiced for years, and after healing after an accident and injury, moved down to Peru and has become a vital part of the Shubel Chiropractic Clinics there. In this episode, you will get a bird's eye look into what it is like to practice chiropractic internationally. A major takeaway from the episode is the reminder that chiropractic is awesome and that you have so much to give.

In addition, we covered being active in our profession and how important that is. There's so much all of us can do to help move the needle forward, bit by bit, and we're all part of the team.

One thing I gained from this interview, and knowing Michael Sontheimer is getting a bigger vision, and expanding your vision beyond the four walls of your office is vital to your contribution and growth in the chiropractic profession. We all have callings to make a bigger impact. What's yours?

"Chiropractic is awesome and you have so much to give." - Michael Sontheimer

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