There are many people that receive titles and accolades as heroes in chiropractic and there are many unsung heroes that help tremendously… Brian Dooley is one of those chiropractors.
For those that like delving deeper into philosophical concepts. This will be a favorite mile high episode. Remember mile high registration is going up December 31, raise up your altitude and join us at mile high August 17-20th www.milehighchiro.org. Dr. Brian Dooley is a Sherman College of chiropractic graduate who practiced for nine years after associating for two years, who now teaches philosophy at Sherman college. He is quite knowledgeable not only when it comes to teaching the philosophy but also living it at Sherman college. He teaches philosophy to chiropractic history, patient education, and communications. He is also part of the Academy of chiropractic philosophy teaching post graduate program through Sherman and the genius behind the practice success program that Sherman college offers students.
This makes them integral to the future of chiropractics, which is its students and also to help chiropractors that do not have a firm philosophical footing to gain more certainty in that area through the ACP program.
You can find out more about Dr. Brian Dooley here
Also, we highly recommend you learn more about the Academy of chiropractic philosophers.
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