Kimberly Berkus

Stay connected to yourself and ask your self am I living true to my nature?” – Kimberly Berkus

Kimberly Berkus, DC is a licensed chiropractor in Minneapolis, Minnesota specializing in Network Spinal Analysis. Dr. Berkus has been in private practice since graduating from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in 1997. She is committed to supporting people of all ages in spinal and nervous system health for better living.

She’s on the EpiEnergentics staff, providing care at Transformational Gates. She attends multiple EpiEnergenics practitioner seminars each year, including multiple years of the "Master-E" program, to keep her technique sharp and current.

A lot more than a quick fix... Dr. Kimberly's office is a wellness education playground, here to help you turn your stress and pain into gifts of growth, health, joy and evolution.

In this episode, you’ll hear Dr. Kim Berkus, DC talk about the things that no one else wants to talk about. One of the best things about Mile High is the authenticity of the community and connecting to the heart and soul of chiropractic.

Listen to this authentic episode, and then be sure to get yourself and your team registered for Mile High 2018 in Denver, August 16th – 19th, where Dr. Kim and nearly 30 other speakers will give your tremendous insights into the philosophy, art and science of chiropractic. You’ll be enabled to have greater impact on your practice, your community and the chiropractic profession as a whole!

Register for Mile High at by June 1st and get substantial early-bird savings!

Question of the day: "What communities keep you on purpose and help fuel you? " Please let me know in the comments.

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In this episode you will find out:

  • How to keep your chiropractic practice rolling, even when you’re experiencing family crises and challenges.
  • Chiropractic is about more than the numbers, how busy your practice is and how successful you are. In fact, that isn't what happens in everybody's life.
  • How to deal with the real life, real world things that are twists and turns. Some are beautiful and joyous, and some are challenges.
  • How to serve, be empowered and stand and engage in an empowered state, being in service to others through chiropractic, while having things in our personal life that might tend to put us off-purpose.

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