Advice on what type of location is best for a new doctor, medi spa, share space or what? How does he define holistic nutrition or functional medicine in his clinic. Here some great success stories that might make you reconsider what supplement line you recommend.
What are his 3 top reasons to pick a chiropractic school (and probably any professional school) ? Hint: well rounded and board pass-ability.
His advice on starting a practice versus working under someone’s wing is spot on as well as the suggestion to keep overhead low by working in someone else’s office but being completely independent of that doctor. Should you work out of another chiropractor’s clinic, medi- spa setting or even a physical therapists clinic when first starting out? What’s the advantages of having many docs in the same office?
Do you personally need to own the x-ray machine, can a medi-spa setting be profitable and can it be mutually beneficial for everyone involved?
Dr. Stanton has taken extensive courses in functional nutrition and has turned that into a major niche in his practice. Applied Clinical Nutrition Certification. He likes to call him self a Holistic Nutritionist as well as the doctor of chiropractic. Dr. Brian briefly touches on how so many chiros focus on structure only but that was only 1/3rd of D.D.’s original premise.
How much of a role does environment and pesticides and pollution play a role in our overall health and nutrition? What does he do to remedy these outside factors?
Hear an amazing story about the effects of electro-magnetic fields on the body. Min 11 or 12.
Dr. John Brimhall was one of us functional medicine mentors and he recommends Total Shield, multipolar magnets, or Nikon products from Japan to help counteract the electro-magnetic radiation from long airplane rides. brimhallwellness.com
Give the Patient what they Want, but also Educate them on what They Need.
Functional Medicine is thrown around a lot these days, so take a listen for his take on the practice and how he manages patients under this functional medicine umbrella term.
What I like about Dr. Brian is that he doesn’t blindly recommend supplements. He takes the time to order lab tests to find out what is going on and then recommends products based on their particular needs.
What do you do when you know the patient should get off dairy to help with sinus and other issues but they refuse to do it?
He has a internal referral system and a social media presence. Going Live on Facebook for Q&A does well.
One of his go to foundation products is ID Life which partnered with the Doctor Only Brand Zymogen as their science board. ID life has an in-depth questionnaire to help ascertain what you personally need. Around minute 30 he talks about these details.
Book: Viktor E Frankl Man’s Search For Meaning
James Allen As a Man Thinketh
Karol K Truman Feelings Buried Alive Never Die (how emotions can affect your health)
John Maxwell 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership
Show notes can be found at www.adoctorsperspective.net/56 here you can also find links to things mentioned.