chiropractic

E 146 Sports Concussion Topics Mansi Vakil DPT

Signs and symptoms of concussions, raising awareness, promotion of her mild traumatic head injury book that patients and doctors can understand, misconceptions, warning signs and ways to recover are covered. Mansi Vakil DPT. Dr. Vakil was seeing the normal sports related injuries in a physical therapy office geared towards athletes for many years. What she…

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E 145 Self-Healing Dental Cavities Jessica Brigati DDS

Nobody wants cavitites and she uses transillumination and remineralizing decay protocols to help patients avoid dental procedures. We also talk about referrals  and food to avoid. Jessica Brigati DDS brings humor and knowledge for a dentist episode. Dr. Brigati is married to a chiropractor so we are able to see if and how that affects…

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E 144 Touch Education Evidence Informed Massage Matthew Howe

Bringing evidence back to massage, Matthew Howe of Touch Education gets back to the basics, then builds how to bridge the research to practice, fitting in with a chiropractic or physical therapy office and what can be done for PTSD and other trauma. What started as a couple classes being taught at his massage alumni…

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M 41 You Looking to Expand With a Gym?

Why separate the gym from your clinic for more than just money reasons? What to ask a chiropractor or athletic trainer if one or the other will work in their office. The questions are important. Here’s your host, Dr. Justin Trosclair. a doctor’s perspective, Minisode Episode 41. Well, if you’re not following me on social…

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M 40 Opioid Management 360

Patient education on post surgical expectations of pain, living with low grade pain, 30 day treatment cycles with 4 different specialties are all aspects of how to reduce the opioid crisis. Dr. Justin coming at you with the Minisode version of a doctor’s perspective, Episode 40. More moving right along. If you’re curious, not every…

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E 138 Myth Busting House Call Chiropractic Dr Jen Faber

Low overhead, no insurance, cash pay, more time with patients and higher fees are reasons to switch to house call chiropractic. Dr. Jen Faber had a successful HC practice and now consults with others to gain the same. Plus we chat travel and novelty. Why did she quit the traditional high volume practice, transition into…

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E 137 Time Freedom with House Call Chiropractor Patrick Isaacs DC

House call chiropractic is a great way to achieve time freedom. We discuss the advantages, potential liability, working in a gym, types of equipment, and Patrick Isaacs DC second passion, campus ministry. Dr. Isaacs has been a chiropractor for 3 years and recently moved back to his home town to start his own mobile /…

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E 135 Gut Health is Brain Health Dr. Robert Silverman DC

Leaky gut to gluten free and no added sugar to intermittent fasting, ketosis and prolon diet, Dr. Robert Silverman discusses how gut health translates to brain health. He gives some of his top supplement advice to get you started in healing your gut. Eighty percent of our immune cells are in our gut. Our gut…

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E 134 EMR Considerations Josh Nation of Chiro8000

If you’re tired of hefty upfront costs, massive customization mandated, and monthly recurring fees for your EMR or EHR (electronic medical /health records) then tune in to this episode with Josh Nation of Chiro8000 to learn what’s needed in software. It should be noted that Forte Holdings (Chiro8000) is not only for chiropractors but they…

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E 133 Mobility or Stability Issue Daniel Bockmann DC

We breakdown MSK injuries to the fundamentals of a mobility or stability issue. Daniel Bockmann DC walks us through his eval and rehab flow with an Achilles tendon as a demo. As well as his work with volleyball, musicians and starting his own seminar. How did he figure out he liked the functional rehab aspect…

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