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[Podcast] The Australian Chiropractic College Story – Dr. Marcus Chacos


The very special guest on this episode of The Mile High Podcast is the driving force behind Chiropractic research in Australia.  At school, Marcus was fascinated with the human body and healthcare — so much so, in fact, that when he won an award for public speaking and debating, he bought an anatomy and physiology textbook with his prize money! It was the influence of his then-girlfriend (and future wife) that motivated Marcus to enter chiropractic school.


He enrolled at Macquarie University (then the Sydney College of Chiropractic).


Before finishing at Macquarie, he received a Bachelor of Science in Anatomy from the University of New South Wales. Then, he completed a Master of Chiropractic at Macquarie. Marcus had the good fortune to be mentored by Dr John Kelly, a well-known chiropractor who taught him the value of constantly learning more and working with other practitioners to show clients the results they seek.

Marcus’ approach to care looks at healing on all levels. With an integrated model of care, we achieve remarkable results for people where other avenues have failed. Marcus seeks to uncover and understand the needs of each client with the appropriate testing, then holistically apply the best forms of therapy for a total healing blueprint.

Marcus has lectured and worked as a tutor at the Canberra Institute of Technology in Psychology. He’s provided medical science courses for the Kim Dudley College for Natural Therapists. With his additional studies in kinesiology, Marcus became an instructor in the subject. He’s even studied quantum physics and symbolism to work on an incredibly profound, holistic level with his clients.

On this podcast, you will hear about:

  • The establishment of Chiropractic Education Online as a not-for-profit to fund raise for vitalistic chiropractic endeavors.
  • Fundraising for the Australian Spinal Research Foundation (ASRF) and the Heidi Haavik’s Centre for Chiropractic Research at NZCC for pediatric research
  • Fund-raising to subsidize Chiropractic philosophy education and make philosophy training more accessible
  • The Clinical Applications of Chiropractic Philosophy.
  • What you can do to help
  • And MUCH more!

Check out this FREE resource: The Clinical Applications of Chiropractic Philosophy:  It’s a FREE Virtual Summit: Nov 26th – 28th, 2021, with a ton of Chiropractic speakers, including Dr. Danny Knowles!  Admission is FREE or you can receive bonuses in a VIP program, the proceeds of which are a fundraiser.

So, enjoy the podcast, register for the Summit, and  if you haven’t already, get yourself and your team registered for the Mile High 10th Anniversary event in June at

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[Podcast] The Australian Chiropractic College Story – Dr. Marcus Chacos