Catching up with Christopher Kent, is always a privilege, as it is to get to hear the information he shares on this episode. After raising upwards of $55,000 through Mile High attendees, for research and specifically the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation Research, we thought it appropriate to catch up with Christopher Kent and have an episode focused on subluxation science. Registration for Mile High 2018 is now open at 50% of the at the door rate for 2018. I guarantee you, it will never be a lower investment to register for Mile High and bring your team. Click here to register now.
Christopher Kent is chiropractic's MVP. As a chiropractor and an attorney, he is the CEO on OnPurpose LLC and president of the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation.
Following graduation, Dr. Kent joined the Palmer faculty, was elected president of the faculty senate, and has been involved with chiropractic politics, education, science, and research ever since. Serving on editorial boards of the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal and Family Health, and the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, and also, serving on the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation Research. He has had tremendous accolades. Read his whole bio here.
In this episode, we catch up with Dr. Kent and talk subluxation science, the things that you can be certain of, research projects that are exciting, and research projects coming down the pike as well as the importance of guidelines with chiropractic.
There are a handful of people that I'm grateful for within chiropractic, and one of them is Dr. Christopher Kent, and we all should lend an incredible word of gratitude for his efforts in the profession. If you enjoy this episode, and I know you will, please leave us a review on iTunes or whatever you are watching this for the podcast, and please share it with a friend. We look forward to seeing you rise up to Mile High next year, August 16th - 19th. Please see additional research science and chiropractic resources below.
Question of the day: "Why is it important for chiropractors to think about of children?" Please let me know in the comments.
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Questions I asked:
- What were your expectations of Mile High?
- What was your experience with Mile High?
- What was a memorable experience or takeaway from Mile High?
- Why is research important in chiropractic?
- How can health and wellness score be used in my office?
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