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David Russell

Seeing those who serve chiropractic outside of the four walls of their offices, to help those that are working within the four walls of their offices have more impact, success and reach, always inspires gratitude. David Russell is one of those people who serves the entire profession, and it’s a thrill to have him on this podcast.

Dr. David Russell, DC is a graduate of New Zealand Chiropractic College, where he has also been a faculty member.He has also served the Australian Spinal Research Foundation on their clinical advisory panel, on their board and on their research committee. His work serving the chiropractic community in so many ways is stellar.

On this episode you will hear:
• Why the time is right to support research and organizations like the ASRF
• Why chiropractic research is vital
• How the supporting chiropractic research and congruent chiropractic education, and having a voice in the profession, is no longer something we do in our backyard, but something we do globally to help advance the profession
• About other activities going on in the chiropractic research world

You’ll love his ideas about working together globally to support chiropractic!

Dr. David is going to be one of the nearly 30 awesome speakers at Mile High 2018 in Denver, August 16th – 19th. This is the 6th Mile High chiropractic weekend, and the bar has been raised every year! This will be the best Mile High yet! If you haven’t registered yourself and your team for Mile High yet, do it right away before the investment increases June 1st! You can get more information and register for the event at www.milehighchiroregistration.com


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In this episode you will find out:

  • Why the time is right to support research and organizations like the ASRF
  • Why chiropractic research is vital
  • How the supporting chiropractic research and congruent chiropractic education, and having a voice in the profession, is no longer something we do in our backyard, but something we do globally to help advance the profession
  • About other activities going on in the chiropractic research world

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