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I’m back home now just savoring my last few days at Mile High 5 and filled with gratitude for the amazing experience that Daniel and Richelle Laurich Knowles and their fabulous team put together for all who were there (and even many who were not via live broadcasts with Jim Chester and an abundance of Danny’s facebook and photos captured by All Points Imaging)!

Right out of the gate, we were welcomed with pre game festivities that made you feel like you were coming home…both with a Meet and Greet at the bar of the beautiful Denver Marriott Westminster but also with a special edition of IFCO.tv with co-hosts Liam Schubel, Brian Dooley, and remotely from New Jersey DrFrank Joseph Hahn.

The program started precisely at 7 PM and remained on schedule throughout all 3 days!!! I LOVE that they respect the attendees in this manner and that they expect that each of their speakers honor each other in this manner as well. Christie Kwon and Pam Jarboe set the bar high for the program with excellent research presentations that were both expertly presented and engaging.

The next two days were jam packed with amazing speakers and incredible content including up to 15 hrs of CE. Highlights for me included Curtis Fedorchuk’s presentation of Verification, Confirmation and Validation of Vertebral Subluxation, (WOW!!!), Shawn Dill’s inspiring message of respect for money and his advice on how to get more (hint: give to get), Steve Tullius’s exceptionally well done and heart felt presentation on increasing our Impact, and the gracious and elegant first lady of Mile High, Dr. Richelle Knowles, on balance which she must be an expert in. Also, honorable mention to the spectacular presentation by student winner Francisco Turelli. Wow! He’s going to be a powerhouse D.C.!!!

I will unabashedly say that my favorite presentation of the weekend was Danny Knowles himself who has become for us all a shining example of a selfless leader who has taken winning beyond a thing we do for ourselves and elevated it to everyone around him. His impact is enormous yet he is genuinely humble.

Beyond the presentations though there was so much more!!! The Green Book discussion led by Joel Kinch, as well as the IFCO Q & A session, and the ACP panel discussion offered open settings for audience participation and spirited conversations.

There were also amazing breakout sessions. I attended a great session by Lacey Book and Shawn Dill on relationships but there were also great sessions with Donny Epstein, another with Jacob Sims and Jessica Harden, and an amazing team training session with Jen Steinberg. Even the vendors were spectacular. Mile High is serious about insuring that the message presented at the program is congruent and supportive of the Vertebral Subluxation Correction segment of the profession. They are not willing to water down their message by taking money from vendors who obviously do not support our mission.

There was also a luncheon (invitation-only) sponsored by Sherman College of Chiropractic where guests learned of the incredible, unprecedented things that are going on at the school. Over the last few years, Sherman has assembled a top notch administration with Dr. Edwin Cordero and Dr. Neil Cohen and their team. They have developed a top notch curriculum under the guidance of Dr. Christopher Kent and they have a top notch faculty to deliver the goods. They have introduced the iPad initiative for top notch learning and now, before the year is over the beginning of top notch facilities for a top notch student experience!!! Sherman College is ready to explode to the next level!! See video below. (https://www.sherman.edu/video/) Thanks to Marggi Roldan and Lina M Guillen Zuñiga for their help in this regard.

And of course the opportunity to reunite with old friends (special shout outs to Dana Cavell Clum, Jodi Dinnerman, Chris Waddelll, Marcie McKenna, Emily Morash, Stephanie Harris, and Danielle Stetzel) and make new ones including Thuraia Owais, Janice Hughes, Kimberly Raynor Berkus, Michael Cohen and many others!!! Note: still I missed my dear friends Jack Bourla and Peter Kevorkian (just saying).

But more than all this, Mile High is squarely focused on giving back. Guests were encouraged from the start to support one of the many students from 7 different schools who were there by buying a breakfast or a lunch or by giving back however you could. Thanks for the shout out Landon Burris, Jonathan Echeverria, Joseph Benne, Kayla Shaw and friends. Awesome folks one and all!!! Mile High themselves gave and gave and gave all weekend, not just with great content and great events but with great swag as well, including an extraordinary guide book, bags, t-shirts, and of course an abundance of chocolate!!! And then an exciting announcement Saturday night, that the Mile High weekend had raised over $50,000 for the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation. Founder and FVS life blood, Dr. Matthew McCoy, was present to accept the check. Amazing!

Mile High’s tagline is “Elevating Chiropractic to a New Altitude” and clearly they mean business. Their impact is already enormous and they are taking everyone else they can along with them. You are going to want to be a part of this!!! Step up your game right now! You have so many choices, so many things you can do. Join the IFCO. (www.ifcochiro.org) Become a member of the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation.(https://www.vertebralsubluxation.org) Support Sherman College by becoming a Regent and/or a Roar doctor. (www.sherman ,edu) But whatever else you do…. signup for Mile High 6, August 16-18, 2018 RIGHT NOW!!! www.milehighchiro.org

See you there!!!

Judy Campanale

Mile High 4 was the BEST yet! I got so much out of it I felt like I underpaid! Thank you MileHigh!

Simon Dove

This past weekend our team attended the Mile High Chiropractic Conference. We had the opportunity to hear from so many amazing principled chiropractors from around the world and learn how they serve their practice members & communities. We were excited to get back in our office today to continue to care for our practice members and spread the message on how chiropractic changes lives!

Jacobey Mark Holman

Thank you so much for the opportunity to come to mile high this weekend! It was a great weekend for principled chiropractic! Thank you for all you do for the profession!

Jeff Moody

Hi Dr. Danny, just wanted to say a HUGE thank you for mile high and all the effort you and your team & family really put in. The speakers, the whole vibe blew me away. It really lit a fire under me to keep pushing forward and start practicing. I’m still not practicing since graduating and that whole experience was so inspiring for me. Thank you for even giving me the DC associate price as well. I so appreciate that and all you docs are doing for currently in the profession!

Steph Young

Danny. .. I’m leaving tomorrow. It was a great trip beginning with Mile High and then the Great Sand Dunes National Park and the hot springs. Will make this a habit… everytime I come to Mile High I will explore more of your beautiful state. Thanks for putting together an excellent event.

Franca Alterman

Heading back from the Mile High chiropractic event! A big shout out to all the amazing speakers, especially Liam Schubel, and a huge thank u to Daniel and Richelle Laurich Knowles for a fantastic event! See u next year.

Bill Moss

Joe it takes a lot to inspire me, I was inspired to join the IFCO and change insurance carriers.

Richard Roth

Hi Dr. Danny, just wanted to say a HUGE thank you for mile high and all the effort you and your team & family really put in. The speakers, the whole vibe blew me away. It really lit a fire under me to keep pushing forward and start practicing. I’m still not practicing since graduating and that whole experience was so inspiring for me. Thank you for even giving me the DC associate price as well. I so appreciate that and all you docs are doing for currently in the profession!

Steph Young

Thank you so much for the opportunity to come to mile high this weekend! It was a great weekend for principled chiropractic! Thank you for all you do for the profession!

Jeff Moody