This podcast episode, features Dr. Amy Haas, DC, a New England native, born and raised in Connecticut, who completed B.S. in Biochemistry at Bates College, and MS and PhD degrees from the Medical College of Wisconsin, also in Biochemistry, Dr. Amy completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Pathology at Harvard Medical School in Boston. Later she departed from her research career to help people through chiropractic. As a practicing chiropractor in Nashua, New Hampshire, she is highly focused on providing highly effective outcomes, helping her patients get the best results she can provide and contributing to research in chiropractic.
Dr Amy published a paper in the Chiropractic Journal of Australia, along with David Russell, titled Sustained Improvement of Heart Rate Variability in Patients Undergoing a Program of Chiropractic Care, a retrospective case series. You’ll enjoy this episode, where Dr. Amy explains the importance of outcomes in chiropractic research.
You can hear Dr. Haas, and nearly more tremendously talented speakers presenting at Mile High 2018 in Denver, August 16th – 19th. One of the highly-held values at Mile High is the importance of research related to subluxation and the spinal adjustment. Dr. Amy Haas holds that of high value as well. She’ll be speaking about the research into Heart Rate Variability at Mile High. You don’t want to miss that!
If you and your team aren’t already registered for Mile High 2018, act today and you’ll save a bunch of money! The investment to register will be going up very soon. Why don’t you rise up to Mile High before the investment does? You can reserve your seats at www.milehighchiroregistration.com
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