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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.
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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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