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Jack Bourla: Talking about chiropractic at Life West[Podcast]



 

"Age does not diminish the extreme disappointment of having an ice cream scoop fall on the ground "
- Jack Bourla


There has been some tremendous shift in the chiropractic institution, like Chiropractic College West in the bay area. They have, in the last few months, added a new clinic director, as well as philosophy chair and president. Today, we catch up with the dean of clinics, Dr. Jack Bourla, about happenings at Life West, especially relative to the location analysis and correction of vertebral subluxation.

Registered for Mile High and streaming access for the last fives years at www.milehighchrio.org. Reserve your seat before the end of the year to save and rise up August 16th to 19th to Mile High.

Dr. Jack Bourla is a 1997 chiropractic graduate and graduated as valedictorian of his class. He's received numerous awards and recipients and has been in private practice in Redwood, California since 1998. He serves presently as the president of that international federation of chiropractors and organizations, and now serves as a dean of clinic for Life Chiropractic College West. At Mile High, we couldn't be more happy with this choice for our chiropractic institutions, and it is a clear message from the institution to a clear focus on subluxation analysis. Dr. Jack catches up with some very exciting things going on at Life West that I know our listeners will find as a new light on the west coast for chiropractic.

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"The IFCO stands for the promotion of chiropractic not the defense of chiropractic"
- Jack Bourla

Question of the day: "How can chiropractic be of further agent of social change?" Please let me know in the comments.


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Key Quotes:

  • The study of philosophy is a lifetime endeaver - R. W. Stephenson
  • I will do all that I can to make sure that we can locate analyze and correct vertebral subluxations at minimum
  • The IFCO is for one thing, which is allowing the detection analysis and correction of subluxations to occur
  • You can't be everything to everybody you have to be something to somebody
  • Define what you're going to do and who you are going to serve
  • "It's the relationships with people and allow you to be more successful"
  • This is just what the body does when it's working properly
  • Chiropractic has profound effects when applied properly for the right reasons
  • We should be proud of being separate and distinct rather than trying to blend in

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Tristan Schaub: From Silicon Valley To Chiropractic [Podcast]



"I am he as your are he as your are me and we are all together." - John Lennon

In the last two years, ChiroSushi has made a big splash in the chiropractic landscape, and with good reason. Tristan Schaub, third generation DC2B, is heading up the Chiro Sushi phenomenon, along with a tremendous team he has assembled.

The Chiro Sushi Summit is the weekend of June 23rd in Las Vegas, and you know what they say about Vegas. This is going to be a program to be remembered for years to come. You can register at https://chirosushisummit.com/#tile_registration

You can find Tristan’s bio here.

Also, you need to make your reservation and your plans for Mile High in 2018, August 16th-18th in Denver. Go to www.milehighchiroregistration.com right now and get your tickets before the investment increases October 1st! And you can also get streaming access now at (insert link) to all five years of Mile High. Don’t procrastinate! Do it now!! You’ll be really glad you did!!!

Rise up to Mile High in 2018, August 16th-19th. We'll see you on higher ground. Reserve your seats before September 30th and save. www.milehighchiroregistration.com




Question of the day:Why is it important to be in financial exchange for the service you deliver" Please let me know in the comments.


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Questions asked:


  • Where did you come from?
  • What did Silicon Valley teach you about chiropractic?
  • What is Chiro Sushi?

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Daniel Bai: The Relationship Between Sales and Chiropractic Philosophy [Podcast]



"You don't have to GIVE yourself away in order to be accepted." - Daniel Bai

In this episode we deliver some valuable information on an important topic for chiropractors... MONEY! Dr. Daniel Bai gives us a lesson on the relationship between sales, money and successfully running a service based healing business. Join us at Mile High, August 16th - 19th 2018. Register before September 30th and save 50% from the at the door registration rate. www.milehighchiroregistration.com

Every time I see it, it makes me sad. Someone who has the most powerful healing art on the planet in their hands and yet can't make a living at it, or is unable to communicate the value of it in such a way that they end up putting other things as a priority for the patients. Ultimately if your service is going to improve their life, they need to have a transaction with you and decide to receive your service. It’s your moral and ethical obligation to do that with excellence and not roll the dice with their health by not having the tools and skill sets to communicate clearly.

In this episode, I get asked some very important questions such as Why do docs have such a poor relationship with money? How did you get into teaching people how to "close" and what does "close" it mean? What does the Business have to do with the Practice? You talk about SALES a lot, aren’t you afraid people will think you're a sleazy salesman?

We discussed the relationship between sales and philosophy, How the subluxation centered can be profitable, what makes people BUY chiropractic, How to not get chiseled, and so much more. Enjoy this episode and have a healthy relationship with money.

Rise up to Mile High in 2018, August 16th-19th. We'll see you on higher ground. Reserve your seats before September 30th and save. www.milehighchiroregistration.com




Question of the day:Why is it important to be in financial exchange for the service you deliver" Please let me know in the comments.


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Questions asked:


  • Why do docs have such a poor relationship with money?
  • How did you get into teaching people how to "close" and what does "close" it mean?
  • What does the Business have to do with the Practice?
  • You talk about SALES a lot, arent you afraid people will think you're a sleazy salesman?
  • hat are some keys that people can take away from this podcast?

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AuthenTIC highlights from Mile High 5 [Podcast]



"Chiropractors are men and women of vision." - Daniel Knowles

You've heard people talking about it, and they are continuing to talk about it and will all year!

Which is how over the top Mile High was this calendar year.

No better time than now to grab your seats for Mile High 6, August 16-19, 2018, along with streaming access to all 5 years of Mile High.

We've always said it's the undisputed "Highest Event" in all of chiropractic.

we've just got back from the editing room the highlight reel from 2017, as well as all of the video footage.

Check out this highlight reel on iTunes

On Facebook.

Or on Youtube.

And you'll see how we have raised the bar really high this year.

I know you will enjoy watching the highlight reel. It gave me chills watching it.

One of my areas of focus is to make sure to work on my mindset and heartset every day, and I do that by watching audio and videos. Imagine having access to 130 presentations from the last 5 years in your pocket, just like this highlight reel.

Well, you could have that, as well as know your seats are held for next year.

Join us at Mile High.

After you watch this, you certainly will want to.

See you there.

Your in the vision

Daniel and Richelle Knowles

PS Rise up to Mile High in 2018, August 16th-19th. We'll see you on higher ground. Reserve your seats before September 30th and save.




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Cathy Wendland-Colby – Women As Connected, Powerful Leaders [Podcast]



"The people that are going to Mile High are people that are serving on a higher level." - Cathy Wendland-Colby

There is an incredible surge of women enrollment across the board in chiropractic colleges. In fact, some chiropractic institutions are tipping past the 50% enrollment being female. The League of Chiropractic Women is committed to helping women be connected, powerful leaders in the chiropractic profession, and Mile High is truly in support of that movement. Join us at Mile High August 16th to 19th, www.milehighchiroregistration.com Bonus register before September 30th to attend a 50% of the at the door rate as well as receive the T Shirt and Guidebook from this year on us!

The LCW supports women with resources to become chiropractic leaders and to take our chiropractic way of life to all areas of our lives. This episode is unique in that Dr. Colby was interviewing me for the LCW so we decided that when she was interviewing me we would let this episode be a turn around for the Mile High podcast where we use it as one of our episodes of myself being interviewed on our own podcast.

If you enjoy this episode please share it with others and subscribe to the Mile High podcast on iTunes.

In this episode, I get asked some very important questions, includin the Mile High Speaker Audition, the process on how I select the speakers for Mile High and many more.

Mile-High has always been intentional that women are well represented within the presenter list at the event. From the moment we start planning, we always make sure that our CE speakers are for example 50% women, and we do the same with our panels, and many of the other speaking slots with a goal of having a very diverse presentation. All from practitioners who are focused on keeping the main thing, the chiropractic adjustment and subluxation the center of chiropractic.

Learn more about the League of Chiropractic Women at www.lcwmen.com

Rise up to Mile High in 2018, August 16th-19th. We'll see you on higher ground. Reserve your seats before September 30th and save.




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 asked:


  • How do you feel about the saying "women can't bring it" from your perspective?
  • How do you actually go about selecting the speakers for Mile High?
  • Are you thinking about not only the program but the attendees that have been there?
  • Let's talk about the Mile High speaker audition?

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Christopher Kent, DC, JD: A Mile High of Science And Subluxation [Podcast]



"The decision you make and the actions that you take affect not only your future and those you touch but the humanity as a whole" - Christopher Kent

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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Douglas Lightstone: A Mile High of Research [Podcast]

 

"To What Standard do you want to be held?" - Douglas Lightstone

This is our first podcast episode of Mile High coming directly off the Mile High Chiropractic movement weekend. We are grateful to have on this episode Doug Lightstone of HealthandWellnessScore.com. If you have not heard already, during the course of the Mile High Chiropractic weekend, the attendees who are committed to the movement of chiropractic being centered on subluxation raised a total of $55,000 for subluxation centered research, as well as over $20,000 for Sherman College. Absolutely amazing and merely an overall 100 people already registered for next year. Now it's your turn! Register now for Mile High 2018 August 16th to 19th. For a limited about of time registration is at 50% off the at the door registration.

In this episode Dr. Doug Lightstone discusses the chiropractic research and how it can influence public policy, as well as how you could use a quality of life survey in your office with your patients to document their improvement, as well as contribute to the research needed in chiropractic.

We all know how chiropractic works. We see it every day in our offices. We need more research because the world doesn't know about it. The value and necessity of chiropractic research in the future and the future of the profession is vital. Become part of the movement now. See you at Mile High 2018..



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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Jeanne Ohm: Chiropractor Today for a Better World Tomorrow [Podcast]


"Pregnancy is the gate keeper to a family practice." - Jeanne Ohm

Since the ICPA was founded in 1986 by Larry Webster, Chiropractor Today for a Better World Tomorrow has been the theme and the vision for the organization. Jeane Ohm has taken on the leadership of ICPA, serving as its CEO. She’s returning to the Mile High 2017 stage, August 17th to 20th.

Jeane Ohm is a graduate of Adio and took on the leadership of the ICPA after the passing of Dr. Larry Webster. Her professional mission is to provide chiropractors with the education and motivation to care for more pregnant mothers and children. She's committed to providing other practitioners with information to support natural birthing in their practices. She understands that birth trauma is a current concern, and it's become her goal to help eliminate health challenges for the newborn. She intends to accomplish her goal by adequately training chiropractors and chiropractic students in specific chiropractic techniques for pregnancy, birth, and infancy. She and her husband, Tom, have six children who have received chiropractic care since conception. All of the were born at home and are living the chiropractic lifestyle.

The ICPA has an incredible membership program and an even more incredible certification and diplomat program. They are conducting groundbreaking research for chiropractic health in pregnancy and childhood. At this time, the ICPA has 6,000 members and is the largest, most successful organization within the chiropractic profession. Want to see more kids? Take the certification program. Want to support the vision of more kids getting chiropractic care? Become a member of the ICPA.

The Mile High 2017 weekend starts today and runs through Sunday. It’s a Power Packed weekend, including up to 15 hours of continuing education, breakout sessions, events, luncheons, and so much more. Don’t miss this!! It’s not too late to register, so go to www.milehighchiro.org right now and get your tickets and get yourself to Denver! You will be really, really glad you did!!


 

"Chiropractic today for a better world tomorrow."
- Jeanne Ohm

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:

  • How did you find your way into chiropractic?
  • How did the ICPA get started?
  • Why a pediatric certification and diplomat program?
  • What will you be talking about at Mile High?
  • What is some of the research that the ICPA is working on?
  • What are the next projects that ICPA has ahead?

Selected Links and resources from Dr. Liz Anderson Peacock:

  • ICPA Kids
  • ICPA Research
  • Certification 200 Hour



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Brock Brascho: The Future of the Chiropractic Profession [Podcast]


"I want to help humanity by helping more chiropractors get to more patients through the techonology." - Brock Brascho

Brock Brascho, a non-chiropractor, has had a major impact on the chiropractic profession that very few chiropractors have. He has been the voice of the CLA for more than 27 years, has spoken to over 11,000 chiropractors and has helped over 6,000 client docs achieve their greatest successes.

CLA's position has always been focused on elevating the excellence of chiropractors as they understand, examine, analyze, and report the subluxation. They teach chiropractors how to use Insight technologies to enhance the chiropractic exam, ROS, and re-exam processes. Now CLA is helping chiropractors live in a world without wires, transitioning all their products to wireless.’

In this interview, Brock talks about the three "clinical subluxations" that hold many chiropractors back.

Brock will be at Mile High 2017 this year, as he is every year. You need to be in Denver too, August 17th-20th. Mile High is THE premiere chiropractic event of the year. Register right now at www.milehighchiro.org/pre-register before the investment for tickets rises on August 15th. Decide before then to rise up to a higher altitude and aptitude.

 

Question of the day: "What do you feel are the characteristics the most successful chiropractors on the planet have?" Please let me know in the comments.



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Liam Schubel: Chiropractic World Ambassador [Podcast]


"The bigger the vision, the bigger the life" - Liam Schubel

There are great chiropractors, and then there are world-changing chiropractors, who give, love, serve and inspire. Dr. Liam Schubel, DC is known around the world as one of those chiropractors who has a world transforming vision and is putting it into action.There are great chiropractors, and then there are world-changing chiropractors, who give, love, serve and inspire. Dr. Liam Schubel, DC is known around the world as one of those chiropractors who has a world transforming vision and is putting it into action.

Dr. Liam has served and elevated his own practice to over 1,000 per visits per week, while caring for people in Lima, Peru. He then built his practice to 20 offices in three different countries, employing 150 people, including more than 30 Doctors of Chiropractic who are all committed to the vision of every man, woman and child on the planet receiving the chiropractic care they need.

His book, co-authored with Dr. Judd Nogrady, Tasked to be Chiropractors, is the chiropractic must-have book of the new millennium. The book has really brought an exciting new world of passionate service to humanity, and people are extremely moved by the content and vision expansion they receive when they read it.

Dr. Schubel's service to the profession doesn't stop there. He has served on the board of the IFCO and of Sherman College of Chiropractic.

Through all of his service to the chiropractic profession and the world, Liam has become known as The World Chiropractic Ambassador. He’s a master at taking the chiropractic message to the mass media. He has been seen and heard by millions internationally on radio and television. He’s a regular speaker at leading chiropractic seminars and events, such as New Beginnings, The IFCO Global Summit, Berkshire's Philosophy Event, and others. And he’s a featured speaker at this year’s Mile High event. He’s unstoppable when it comes to bringing Principal Chiropractic to the world.

Liam is affectionately known as "The Schubelnator", by his many friends, associates, and fans. His hometown is Freehold, New Jersey, where he resides with his wife, Parinda, sons Liam Jr., and Max and daughters Star and Skye.

You’ll have the opportunity to hear Dr. Schubel at Mile High 2017 in Denver, August 17th to 20th. Liam and all the other speakers will help you increase your altitude and your attitude. You can get all the details and register right now at www.milehighchiro.org/pre-register

 

"Mile High would not really exist if it would not for Liam Schubel." - Daniel Knowles

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Shawn Dill: The Real Shawn Dill [Podcast]


"Have a conviction stronger that you desire to please." - Shawn Dill

Three vital areas of chiropractic care in which we need to be strong are philosophy, science, and art. And there’s a fourth, often neglected, area in which greater strength is needed: business! There are very few chiropractors who are well grounded in all four areas. One chiropractor who has truly mastered all four areas is Dr. Shawn Dill.

Shawn serves the profession through the IFCO board of directors, the Sherman College Board of Trustees and the Australian Spinal Research Foundation. He operates the Specific Centers and the Black Diamond Club, no small feat. Anyone who delivers all that can certainly navigate a team toward higher ground.

Dive into this episode of the Mile High podcast! It’s chock-full of important philosophical technique, business, and science tips. Dr. Shawn Dill will be a presenter at Mile High 2017 in Denver, August 17th-20th, and his wife, Lacey Book, will be doing one of the breakout sessions. Looking forward to seeing you at Mile High in just a few weeks!

Just a quick reminder: Get access to your Mile High sheets before the investment goes up again! www.milehighchiro.org/pre-register

Mile High 2017 in Denver is less than 30 days from now, August 17th-20th. You definitely do not want to miss out on the best Chiropractic event ever, so if you haven’t made reservations for yourself and your staff, do it right now before the event sells out. Just go to www.milehighchiroregistration.com to register. Also, be sure to reserve your hotel room, so you can stay right on site for all the exciting events, networking and fun. You can reserve your hotel rooms at www.milehighchirohotel.com.


 

"We need to step out of our box and we need to learn to market to those people who are not currently under chiropractic care." - Shawn Dill

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Barbara Loe Fisher: Vaccinations and Health Care Freedom [Podcast]


"If the state can tag, track down and force citizens against their will to be injected with biologicals of known and unknown toxicity today, then there will be no limit on which individual freedoms the state can take away in the name of the greater good tomorrow." - Barbara Loe Fisher

One of the world’s greatest advocates for health care freedom is Barbara Loe Fisher, though many are not aware of her accomplishments. As she reveals in this podcast interview, the National Vaccine Information Center, of which she is the president, would have folded a long time, ago if not for the support of chiropractors. Barbara began her advocacy for vaccine safety after her own son experienced challenges due to a vaccine reaction.

She was introduced to chiropractic by Larry Webster, often referred to as the father of chiropractic pediatrics, and is a very strong advocate and supporter of chiropractic. Barbara and her family have received chiropractic care themselves, every week for many, many years.

In this episode, you’ll hear some hot topics relative to health care freedom of which it is vitally important for you to be aware. This hard-hitting interview will give you vital information about advocacy, safety and sources where you can get even more information, to make you a well-informed consumer.

It’s so incredibly wonderful that he National Vaccine Information Center is supporting Mile-High 2017. They have our undying gratitude, and it’s going to be awesome being with them as the event.

Mile High 2017 in Denver is less than 30 days from now, August 17th-20th. You definitely do not want to miss out on the best Chiropractic event ever, so if you haven’t made reservations for yourself and your staff, do it right now before the event sells out. Just go to www.milehighchiroregistration.com to register. Also, be sure to reserve your hotel room, so you can stay right on site for all the exciting events, networking and fun. You can reserve your hotel rooms at www.milehighchirohotel.com.


 

"Colorado is now not only a family vacation destination but also a destination for chiropractic."
- Dan Lemberger

Question of the day: "Are you concerned about healthcare freedoms being taken away?" Please let me know in the comments.



Questions I asked:

  • When did you begin your advocacy for vaccine safety and informed consent rights and why?
  • What is the National Vaccine Information Center?
  • What is the most important thing that parents who are facing vaccine decisions for their children can do?
  • There are vaccine laws in every state but most states also allow exemptions to vaccination. How easy is it to get a vaccine exemption?
  • How can people become more involved in defending their right to make voluntary vaccine choices for themselves and their children?

Resources Mentioned:

  • NVIC.org (This is NVIC’s main website – largest and oldest non-governmental website providing vaccine information on Internet)
  • NVICAdvocacy.org (This is the NVIC Advocacy Portal, a free online vaccine choice communication and advocacy tool that provides registered users with information on pending vaccine legislation and electronically connects users with their own state and federal legislators so they can take action)
  • TheVaccineReaction.org (The Vaccine Reaction is an online weekly journal published by NVIC promoting an “enlightened conversation about vaccination, health and autonomy.”)



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Daniel Knowles Mile High Extravaganza [Podcast]


"Chiropractors are men and women of vision." - Daniel Knowles

The Mile High Speaker and Exhibitor Podcast interviews are just getting going. Stay tuned on the Mile High Facebook page for the live interviews conducted by our MCs, and Mile High Fans, and chiropractic student. These will be fun all the way through. In this one, Dan Lemberger interviews Mile High founder Daniel Knowles, and covers lots of details and highlights for the exciting happenings during the weekend. What's really exciting is grabbing your seats now at www.milehighchiro.org, and including the use of a coupon code, 'milehigh50' to save yourself $50 off a full-price D.C. ticket.

In this episode, Daniel Knowles covers all of the highlights, from starting Thursday night at 5:00pm registration, as well that we will be holding two hours of CE during that Thursday night session. The breakout session's on Friday, led by Shawn Dill, Donald Epstein, and Jacob Sims. Highlights are some of the speakers speaking, the after party, and so much more. This episode really gets you in on the action of what's happening. Stay tuned for more episodes sprinkled throughout the week so you can start your Mile High experience now. Why wait until August to get in on the fun? Look forward to seeing you on higher ground, August 17th to 20th.


 

"Colorado is now not only a family vacation destination but also a destination for chiropractic."
- Dan Lemberger

Question of the day: "Where do you like to visit in Colorado?" Please let me know in the comments.



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A Very Special Interview with Dr. Richelle Knowles DC


"Be involved in your community, be a real person, and be authenTIC!" - Richelle Knowles

Dr. Richelle Knowles, also known as the first lady of all things Mile High Chiropractic, has a golden heart of service for chiropractic and chiropractors and chiropractor practice members around the world. She truly is one of a kind. If you’ve ever met her, you know that. Other little known facts about Dr. Richelle Knowles. She is besties with Judy Nutz Campanale, which speaks volumes. She hails from Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, the home town of Joe Namath, and she’s a die-hard Pittsburgh Steelers fan. You can check out Richelle’s full bio here.

Now you can hear Dr. Richelle being interviewed by Dr. Dan Lemberger. Dr. Dan, along with Dr. Jerod Dawson and the one and only Dr. Joel Kinch will be the masters of ceremonies at the Mile High 2017 event coming up in Denver, August 17th-20th.

Every week you have the opportunity to listen to a live interview with a speaker or exhibitor who will be part of the Mile High 2017 experience. There are even some students and Mile High fans getting into the act as well. You’ll will want to experience these interviews live, and if you have to miss one, you’ll be able to listen to a podcast like this one with Richelle Knowles.

This interview with Dr. Richelle is extraordinary, and you’re going to totally enjoy every minute. It’s just a sneak preview of what you have in store at Mile High.

Be sure to get you your Mile High tickets for you and your staff right now at www.milehighchiro.org/pre-register and use code ‘milehigh50’ to save $50 on a DC full price ticket.


 

"Colorado is now not only a family vacation destination but also a destination for chiropractic."
- Dan Lemberger

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Ryan Bones: Authenticity Is In [Podcast]


"Risk more that others think is safe. Care more than others think is wise. Dream more than others think is practical. Expect more than others think is possible." - Claude Bissell

I love seeing a new grad come out and start on fire right out of the gate! Ryan Bones in Idaho is just one of those doctors.

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This South Dakota born fired up chiropractor settled in northern Idaho after graduating from Parker University and shares some very authentic insights about going into a town where he knew no one and opening up a practice three months later with getting 100 people pre scheduled for initial exams. He is a two time Ted Ex speaker, and focuses on practicing chiropractic straight. In this humorous and thought provoking episode filled with inspiration and practice tips, we discussed authenticity and individuality and practice, interpersonal communication of chiropractic, and ChiroSushi, which he is now the president of. Talking about going full out! During this interview, you'll learn how being authentic and computing and communicating well are two of the most important factors to being successful, not only in practice but in life.

I am sure you will enjoy this podcast and may this inspire you to change more spines, lives, and minds for the better through chiropracTIC


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  • What brought chiropractic into your life?
  • How did you end up in Northern Idaho?
  • What makes my practice different?
  • What is something that I would like to see more of in chiropractic?
  • What do I see for my future in chiropractic?

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Jonathan Chung: The Upper-Cervical Spine And Concussions [Podcast]


"By making your message simpler without diluting it then its going to have a bigger impact." - Jon Chung

You’re in for a real treat on this episode with Dr. Jonathan Chung, of Wellington, Florida. Dr. Chung is an upper-cervical practitioner, focused on NUCCA technique. He's a graduate of the University of Central Florida, as well as Life University. You can see Dr. Chung in person when you join us at Mile High. You can save yourself some money when you get your tickets right now. As we get closer to show time, they’ll be considerably more expensive. Colorado is the place to be August 17th through 20th register now at www.milehighchiro.org/pre-register

Dr. Jonathan Chung’s expertise and interest is focused on the upper-cervical spine. He’s done incredible research, and published seven papers through McCoy Press journals. In addition, he’s developed new, cutting-edge information on concussions, and how concussions relate to chiropractic, especially upper-cervical spine care. Read his bio here

His commitment to excellence in his practice has helped him develop new objective indicators that help his practice members shift from pain-focused to function-focused. His expertise on the mechanics of the upper-cervical spine, and its impact on neurology, is a dynamic paradigm, of which every chiropractor needs to be aware.

You’re going to be totally impressed when you hear him speak on this episode, as am I every time I hear him present. And this episode is just a small taste of what you’ll hear, learn and enjoy at the Mile High weekend.

Learn more about Dr. Chung at www.chiropractorwellington.com

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Questions I asked:

  • How did you found your way to chiropractic?
  • How did you find your way to your focus in upper cervical spine?
  • What is one of the things about Upper Cervival Neurology that you find interesting?
  • How did you develop this interest in Concussions?
  • What kind of indicators that we can use to help a person monitor their progress?
  • What is protecttheneck.com?
  • Name some of the research that you published on Mccoy press journals.

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Steve Tullius: Seeing Miracles in Chiropractic [Podcast]


"We must not allow any sort of fear interfere with our ability to fulfill our moral obligation." - Steve Tullius

Often people ask, “Why are we not seeing as many miracles in chiropractic as in chiropractic's early days?” I will submit that it's because too few chiropractors have had a chiropractic experience, either in their own health or life, or in that of the people for whom they care. Thus, they water down chiropractic. Furthermore, chiropractic schools are teaching less and less chiropractic, so people are learning it elsewhere if they’re fortunate enough to do so.

In this episode, our special guest is Steve Tullius. He serves the IFCO and is an ACP graduate. Steve also dedicates a tremendous amount of time to mentoring other chiropractic teams, helping in the chiropractic political realm in addition to caring for patients in his own office. Read his bio here

In addition to caring for his own son, who has health challenges, Dr. Steve Tullius has grown his skill set, enabling him to communicate with and focus on pediatric patients who have had neuro-developmental disorders. By focusing as a specialist, who serves that population with subluxation corrective care, Dr. Steve has been able to grow a pediatric-focused practice, help a tremendous number of kids and see more chiropractic miracles in his practice.

Steve will be one of the core speakers at this year’s Mile High event in Denver. Join us August 17th-20th, 2017, at Higher Altitude! You can save yourself some money if you register right now, before the next rise in the investment level. Register here: www.milehighchiro.org/pre-register


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Questions I asked:

  • How can chiropractors see more kids?
  • Why aren't we seeing as many miracles in chiropractic?
  • What kind of result is your unraveling Neurodevelopmental disorders program getting?
  • What does the future look like for chiropractic?

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Patrick Gentempo: Philosophy, Practice Success, and Chiropractic Politics [Podcast]


"The world has the habit of making room for the man whose words and actions show that he knows where he is going." - Napoleon Hill, Think and Grow Rich

So often, philosophy is used as a term in chiropractic circles of just something people give lip service to. They say they know their philosophy, they are philosophical, and they can quote some bumper sticker phrases, as well as memorize or recite some concepts that they memorized. To deepen your philosophy, join us at Mile High, August 17th - 20th. Make the decision to rise up to a higher altitude this year before tickets rise up again www.milehighchiro.org/pre-register

Catch up with Patrick Gentempo on this Mile High podcast episode as we go deep into philosophical concepts.dr. Gentempo has been one of my favorite speakers to hear from many years now. He brings a unique and refreshing message and we are excited that he will be joining us at Mile High this year.

Questions I asked:

  • Why is philosophy so important?
  • What do you mean when you say applied philosophy?
  • How do you get people to understand the message of chiropractic?
  • What's the relationship between philosophy and chiropractic politics?
  • And much more.

This is going to be one of your favorite episodes of the Mile High podcast. I know as it is one of mine because any time you talk to someone where you can really “pitch and catch” relative to philosophical concepts, like myself and Patrick Gentempo do in this particular episode, you get not only an uplifting in your energy, but you also get increased depth. Actually, in this episode, a lot of depth relative to the key constructs that you need to be successful. Not just in practice, but also in life, by having an examined philosophical life.

We have also discussed three key books that he recommends to start your philosophical journey.

  • Atlas Shrugged by Aryn Rand
  • Philosophy, Who Needs It? By Ayn Rand
  • Stephenson's Chiropractic Textbook, 1927

Enjoy this episode and share it with others. Subscribe to the Mile High podcast and join us on higher ground August 17th to 20th, 2017.Read his full bio here.


Question of the day: "How important is research in chiropractic?" Please let me know in the comments.


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Questions I asked:

  • Why is philosophy so important?
  • What do you mean when you say applied philosophy?
  • How do you get people to understand the message of chiropractic?
  • What's the relationship between philosophy and chiropractic politics?
  • And much more.




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Judy Nutz Campanale: Making Chiropractic Philosophy Practical [Podcast]


"As chiropractors, we don't work with what's wrong with your body. We address what's right with your body!" - Judy Nutz Campanale

Very few in the chiropractic profession have made multiple legendary contributions in service to chiropractic. In my personal opinion, Dr. Judy Nutz Campanale belongs on that list. Not only has she served in leadership roles for the International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations, as well as Sherman College of Chiropractic, and received multiple awards and titles, she has served as an editor for some of the most significant texts in our profession's philosophical history, known as the blue books, written by Dr. Joe Strauss. Which, range in topic from philosophy to history and to motivation, and are available at nearly every chiropractic college. See more of Judy Nutz Campanale at Mile High August 17 – 20, 2017. Register today at www.milehighchiro.org/pre-register

In this interview, we discussed putting chiropractic philosophical concepts into practice in such a way that you stay in your own lane and don't confuse the public in terms of your practice objectives. This is a topic that Dr. Judy knows very well being involved in the writing of case management for the straight chiropractor, by Joseph Strauss.

Additionally, she has also been involved with what is recognized widely as one of the longest standing high volume cash practices in the world, the Strauss Chiropractic Center, which is celebrating its 50th year, of which Dr. Judy has been involved with for 25 years.

Many chiropractors in our profession are grateful for the work Dr. Judy Campanale does and continues to do for chiropractic. If you have not had the opportunity to pick up any of the Joe Strauss blue books that she was involved with editing, you owe it to yourself to do that. Enjoy this podcast as you will learn more about chiropractic objectives, understanding chiropractic objective and making it practical in your clinical setting, as well as having a cash practice without insurance. One of my favorite statements during the podcast was, “that’s not my specialty.”

Enjoy this episode, deepen your philosophical understanding, and share the episode with others. Thank you for being a subscriber, and if you're not a subscriber yet, become one. Join us at Mile High August 17th to 20th, 2017. Read her full bio here.


"Chiropractic, it's bigger than you think." - Judy Nutz Campanale

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Questions I asked:

  • What does leadership in chiropractic mean to you?
  • How do you maintain positive thinking?
  • How do you get people to understand the message of chiropractic?
  • What advice would you give to chiropractors or chiropractic students?

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Jacob Sims: Inspiring Chiropractic Future [Podcast]


"What we do in life echoes in eternity." - Marcus Aurelius

We must inspire chiropractic’s future. If humanity is going to have chiropractic as a healing art, named as such, it depends on what we do now. Mile High is based upon the foundational values of our philosophy, and looking towards the future by growing a new breed. This is why I really enjoyed catching up with Jacob Sims in this podcast, and I know you will too. Mile High registration rises up. Join us August 17th to 20th, 2017 at www.milehighchiro.org/pre-register

Jacob Sims has been in practice for 10 years, has two practices running in Montrose, Colorado, and his wife is a second generation chiropractor. In this episode we discuss leadership in chiropractic from within your practice and outside your practice. Strategies and tips for maintaining positive thinking inside and outside of the office.

And, most importantly, discussing helping people get the message of chiropractic. Some keys that you will like from the episode are how important it is to stay service oriented, help people with excellence, and that chiropractic is enough, no need to add anything more.

We are Grateful that Jacob Sims is along to fight the good fight, and give his best to his patients, his practice members, as well as the community of our profession to help how TIC looks in the future.

See him at Mile High in 2017! Read his full bio here.


"Keep everlasting on top of details for that is what makes or break an organization. Be kind but stern. Be firm but thoughtful. Principles are important but so are people." - BJ Palmer

Question of the day: "How important is research in chiropractic?" Please let me know in the comments.


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Questions I asked:

  • What does leadership in chiropractic mean to you?
  • How do you maintain positive thinking?
  • How do you get people to understand the message of chiropractic?
  • What advice would you give to chiropractors or chiropractic students?



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Donald Epstein: Focusing on enhancing what is right with the person [Podcast]


"Don't make you self the hero anymore, allow the universe to be the hero and serve it." - Donald Epstein

Chiropractic today for a better world tomorrow, that has been a mantra that we have heard in the chiropractic profession for multiple decades. However, it is very common for chiropractors to look only at stagnant models that are outdated. "Camping at the grave-site of their ancestors as Reggie Gold would say.". Mile High tickets are rising April 15th Grab yours here www.milehighchiro.org.

Few take the foundational values and principals of our vitalistic philosophies being in congruence with them and bringing them into today's philosophical, scientific, and research understandings. This is an area in which Donald Epstein has always been a trailblazer; that is focusing on what is next. What is the next level, what is the next possible thing to aim for and how far can we take this vitalistic values and principles of our philosophy into it actually manifesting in ways chiropractic has promised.

This episode is a deep one; this is not a light to listen to so I recommend that you take out a notepad to take notes. We discuss a full range from neurological coherence and central pattern generators and even discuss Sid William's quote that "There is nothing bigger than life. " This is a rare episode where you hear Donald Epstein talk about "dropping the keys."

Everyone who listens to this will certainty have their beliefs and thoughts processes stretched into new dimensions to think deeper about what it is that we think we know. Enjoy this episode and get more Donald Epstein at Mile High August 17th to 20th, 2017.

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"Keep everlasting on top of details for that is what makes or break an organization. Be kind but stern. Be firm but thoughtful. Principles are important but so are people." - BJ Palmer

Question of the day: "How important is research in chiropractic?" Please let me know in the comments.


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Questions I asked:

  • The concept of "people wanting more", why would it be the best area to focus when it comes to communication?
  • Should every chiropractic school put coherence in the center of their education?

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Dana Pittner: Building a world class team of chiropractic professionals [PODCAST]


"Each seed that you plant in the right person at the right time will attract what they want in their life. So all you need to do is plant seeds." - Dana Pittner

Most doctors do not want to admit this, however a limiting factor that is rampant in the chiropractic profession is not putting the time, effort and energy into building a world class championship chiropractic team. In this episode, we catch up with chiropractic professional trainer extraordinaire, Dana Pittner. Grab your Mile High Chiropractic movement weekend tickets for yourself and your team TODAY at www.milehighchiro.org, and we will see you August 17th to 20th on higher ground.

Dana Pittner has been a chiropractic professional serving the chiropractic profession for 20 years. In this episode, we go over key areas that people miss with their teams. We discussed Reggie Gold's Triune of Life, and Rob Sinnott’s chiropractic text book. We also discussed selling in chiropractic, hiring and training teams, relationship building, having systems and procedures, and so much more.

No one has done anything great and lasting without an incredible support team around them. The first step you need to do to increase your impact is to build a team.

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She was gracious enough to share these incredible resources of areas to learn more about chiropractic.

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"Keep everlasting on top of details for that is what makes or break an organization. Be kind but stern. Be firm but thoughtful. Principles are important but so are people." - BJ Palmer

Question of the day: "What are some success keys for women in chiropractic today?" Please let me know in the comments.


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Questions I asked:

  • Why do you see your self more that just a chiropractic assistant?
  • What is a chiropractic professional? What does that mean?
  • How is that emotion has no place in management?
  • What are some important procedures that you think people miss that can make a huge difference in the office?
  • Being a mom of 5, Why education is vital to life long care for families?
  • What are some key ways that teams can help their practice members uderstand life long care for families?
  • What are some keys to succesfully hiring?
  • What are some keys in training area?
  • What do you when you have a team member that is reluctant to go to an event?
  • What would you like to see chiropractors do more for their team?
  • Share some things to help inspire team members living a chiropractic lifestyle.

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Jessica Harden: Inspiring Female Leaders To Take Flight [PODCAST]


"Its not harder to be a female chiropractor, its just different." - Jessica Harden

More than ever, we need programs that build community and connection in chiropractic, especially for females. That's the message that Dr. Jessica Harden shares. Dr. Jessica Harden is a Life University graduate from 2012 and has been doing great things in just five short years out of school. Not only has she published research on Pierce technique and scoliosis through McCoy Press, but she has also started FLIGHT. Join us on Higher Ground August 17-20 at Mile High before prices rise up April 15th. www.milehighchiro.org

Find out more about Dr. Jessica Harden here. In this episode, she and I talk about the importance of creating critical mass in our profession, Subluxation centered research, Women in chiropractic and the rise of female enrollment in chiropractic school.

In fact, Sherman College's enrollment is now 49% female, just about to tip the scales.

One of the things that I find most inspirational is a practitioner who is working to inspire others. They're thinking out of the box of just their four walls of their office and know we have to become a chiropractic movement once again. We do that by rallying the troops and knowing that when the tides come in, all the ships rise together. Enjoy this episode and if you do please share it with others and subscribe to us on iTunes.


"Do not let your fire go out, spark by irreplaceable spark... The world you desire can be won. It exists.. it is real.. it is possible.. it's yours." - Ayn Rand

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Questions I asked:

  • What do you notice sparks a fire in students and in doctors?
  • What do you like most about mentoring and teaching students?
  • Tell me more about FLIGHT

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Pam Jarboe Marketing and Branding [Podcast]


"Crafting your message is like writing a love story, it's a way of telling people about the most amazing thing you have ever found." - Pam Jarboe

Why do chiropractors struggle with marketing and sales? This is a prime question for the whole profession. In this episode we catch up with Pam Jarboe after her Make Your Impact program to discuss this important topic. Catch more of Pam Jarboe at Mile High, August 17th - 20th, 2017. Grab your seats before the price rises up www.milehighchiro.org

Find out more about Dr. Pam Jarboe here. After knowing Dr. Pam Jarboe for over 20 years I will gladly say that she is the real deal when it comes to authenticity in regards to sincerely loving chiropractic and chiropractors and wanting them to do well. You can trust that when she's giving her gifts she's giving her absolute best to help you serve better She has fabulous information in her blog and podcast as well as her Make Your Impact Facebook group.

Extremely excited for what she has to share at MILE HIGH, as I know that the audience is going to absolutely love her content. If you enjoy this podcast, please subscribe to us on iTunes and share this episode with your colleagues and friends.


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


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Questions I asked:

  • Why do chiropractors struggle with marketing and sales?
  • How do you create messaging?
  • How to Create a brand bible?
  • What are the three key aspects to any practice?
  • What is essential in the Stages of practice?

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Curtis Fedorchuk: Raising The Research Bar a Mile High [PODCAST]


"I guarantee that what I have to go over at Mile High, no one has ever heard before." - Curtis Fedorchuk

Building a solid foundation of research is essential to the future of chiropractic profession. For this reason, we are focused this year on promoting and contributing to the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation research this year at MILE HIGH. Join us at MILE HIGH August, 17-20 2017 www.milehighchiro.org to grab your seats while it lasts.

We welcome you to this podcast episode with Curt Fedorchuck, just awarded researcher of the year by the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation Researchfor his research on vertebral subluxation. Read Dr Fedorchuk’s Bio here.

In every episode, we bring in experts in various areas connect to chiropractic thru MILE HIGH. In this week’s episode you will learn about new research that is being worked on, with diabetes and health-related quality of life; this is truly inspiring. At MILE HIGH we feel strongly that all legitimate research conducted in the profession by every technique camp raises up the the whole profession to a new level.

Dr. Fedorchuck has been a chiropractic evident advocate since the age of 10, originally from Canada and practicing in North Georgia. The chairman for research at Georgia Chiropractic Council for over 15 years, and was an adjunct professor at the life university for five years. There he taught CBP and also has been involved in the teaching continuing education throughout the profession.

Dr. Fedorchuck has published many research in peer-reviewed journals and collaborated with Life University, Sherman College, Florida Atlantic University and Emory University.

In November 2009, he was awarded CLA researcher for the year, in 2009 and 2013, he was awarded CBP researcher for the year, in 2015 he was the CBP Chiro of the year and last year he was named as the 2016 Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation researcher of the year.

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


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Questions I asked:

  • How did you find your way into chiropractic?
  • What are some of the projects that Foundation for vertebral subluxation does right now?
  • How do people participate to that research?

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Cathy Wendland-Colby: Women and Chiropractic [Podcast]


"People are where they are because of the choices they have made." - Cathy Wendland-Colby

Catching up with Cathy Wendland Colby is no easy task. She is always on the move and doing so many things to help Chiropractors, Chiropractic students, Chiropractic teams as well as her patients. Running two practices in Georgia for 18 years alongside her husband, this Life University 1998 graduate is extremely active speaking, mentoring, and even teaching business classes at Life's PEAK Program. She's on the board of the Georgia Council of Chiropractics as well as the League of Chiropractic Women.

In this episode, we talked about the very important topic of women within the Chiropractic profession. The number of women who are attending Chiropractic School is on a significant growth trend, and we discussed things such as:

  • Why the LCW?
  • Making wise choices upon opening a practice.
  • Helping women step into leadership roles and so much more.

Enjoy this high energy episode! We look forward to seeing you raise up not only your altitude, but your attitude, by joining us at Mile High August 17th to 20th, 2017. Register now for Mile High here www.milehighchiro.org/pre-register


Question of the day: "What's your favorite was to reach patients through social media?" Please let me know in the comments.


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Questions I asked:

  • How did you find your way into chiropracitc?
  • What are some thing that you recommend to people that are new in practice?
  • Why do we need the LWC?
  • What are some of the things that you are involved with right now?
  • "People are where they are because of the choices that they made", Why is it important?
  • Why is it important for students and doctors to continue to go to chiropractic events?

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Nicole Cowley: Reaching Local Audience Through Social Media For Your Practice [Podcast]


"If you don't have big dreams and goals, you'll end up working really hard for someone that does."

This is the year for you to knock it out of the park in your practice through social media. Twitter, Facebook, Facebook Live, Google, and more, how do you do all that? In this episode we catch up with Nicole Cowley of ChiroSocialTech, and we discuss helping chiropractors get more results using social media.

We go into details about using Facebook Live, as well as Facebook advertising, and how two people can increase their reach far beyond other methods by going where the eyes are. You will learn how big companies are moving from mainstream media, like television, to people's pockets via their cell phone.

To have more impact you need to do the same.

You will have actionable takeaways from this episode.

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Questions I asked:

  • Why did you start ChiroSocialTech?
  • What is the biggest questions you get from Chiropractors about Social Media?
  • Do you see Chiropractors using social media and getting results?
  • Do Facebook ADs Work?
  • What is Facebook Live and why would a Chiropractor want to use it?

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Bill Decken 1969 New York Mets [PODCAST]


"Faith, Focus and Follow-through." - Bill Decken

One of the greatest things about doing the mile high podcast is getting to connect with great people within the chiropractic profession and I am grateful to help you connect to them as well. This podcast episode is very close to my heart as Bill Decken, the current philosophy chair of Sherman College of Chiropractic, was one of my philosophy instructors when I was a student at Sherman. Join us at Mile High August 17-20, 2017 Reserve your seats here.

He has served Chiropractic for 30 years through Sherman College, as well as the Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers (ACP) and the International Research and Philosophy Symposium (IRAPS).

In this episode, we discussed some of the philosophical concepts that both students in the class room as well as doctors in the ACP Program find most challenging to grow through, and comprehend.

We also discussed why philosophy is important relative to the professions future and success in practice. Any time that you can connect with Bill Decken is time well spent. Enjoy this podcast episode. I know you will get a lot out of it. I did while conducting it, and you will even learn why the National League is more congruent to principle than the American League.

"Learn who you are, Be who you are." - Bill Decken

Question of the day: "What philosophical concepts do you think are most important for patients to understand?" Please let me know in the comments.


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Questions I asked:

  • How did you find you way into chiropractic and to Sherman College.
  • How does chiropractic relates to the 1969 New York Mets?
  • How long have you taught philosophy at Sherman?
  • In students, is there any particular philosophical point that they struggle with?
  • What are some things that will help them understand or reconcile that?
  • What is the ACP program?
  • Where is the ACP being currently?
  • What philosophical concept most chiropractors struggles with?
  • In one of your class What are some of the things that can help the public better
  • How can we keep the profession on track?
  • Learn who you are, Be who you are. Why is that important?

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Mile High 2016 Highlight Reel [PODCAST]


"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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Christie Kwon: Chiropractic Research Agenda [PODCAST]


"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.


Scroll below for links and show notes...

Questions I asked:

  • How did you find your way into chiropractic and connected to the Foundation?
  • What is your role in the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation research?
  • What is your perspective on the importance of research for chiropractic?
  • what was some of the things that you found interesting with chiropractic research?
  • Can you say anything about what you are going to share at Mile High 5?
  • Share a little bit about Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation's agenda.
  • What are some things that chiropractor can be certain about?
  • If someone has a great case in their office, what should they do?

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