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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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Question of the day: “How important is research in chiropractic?” Please let me know in the comments.
Scroll below for links and show notes…
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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- Mile High 2016 Highlight Reel
- Jacob Sims: Inspiring Chiropractic Future
- Dana Pittner: Building a world class team of chiropractic professionals
Thanks for the chance to share Danny!