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[Podcast] The Art Behind a Chiropractor – Hans Salas Redlich

Truly at Mile High there’s a Renaissance in the Chiropractic profession, of people focused on our foundational values and principles, even though it’s been silenced by so many Chiropractic academic institutions.  The very special guest on this episode of The Mile High Podcast is Dr. Hans Salas Redlich.

He graduated as a Chiropractor from the Central University of Chile in 2017, and in 2020, together with a group of 20 colleagues, managed to bring a postgraduate degree for chiropractors in Chile for the first time.   He received a degree from the Academy of Chiropractic Philosophy (ACP) from the Sherman College of Chiropractic in the USA.

 

He published his first book: “Legacy: The Art Behind a Chiropractor, Volume 1”, in 2021 and is currently developing Volumes 2 and 3.

 

Currently his practice is in the city of Quilpué, in the region of Valparaíso (Chile). Dr. Hans is an active member of various organizations and promotes chiropractic at every opportunity.

 

His favorite quote is “Nature requires no help, just no interference.” – Reggie Gold.

 

His most important achievement is his family and his little son, Santiago.

 

On this podcast, you’ll hear Hans’ thoughts about:

  • The Art of TIC
  • Adjusting and letting the innate express itself
  • The importance of podcasting in Chiropractic
  • Chiropractic philosophy and science
  • And MUCH more!

 

Enjoy this interview with Hans.  It will inspire you to reach higher in your contributions with chiropractic.  You can order your copy of Hans’ book The Art Behind A Chiropractor at Amazon.com https://bit.ly/TheArtBehindAChiropractor.  His website is at www.hansquiropractico.cl.

 

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[Podcast] The Art Behind a Chiropractor – Hans Salas Redlich