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The Time Has Come!

It’s time for Chiropractors of principle to become leaders in their communities and speak their truth in a powerful way.  No, it’s not the time to fall on your own sword (lose your license, proselytize on social media, etc.), become a martyr, or become a despised and hunted critic of the hoax and all of…

What Do You Tell Your Kids?

What do we, as Chiropractors, tell our kids? Do we tell them we can’t protect them or we need extra outside-in protection? Do we tell them their body’s immunity is insufficient and must be supplemented with a more advanced, all-knowing scientific chemical branding?  Some kids continue to think that a nuclear weapon has been detonated.…

An Unexpected Call

I received an unexpected call from a former member. She had become lost and depressed about being a Chiropractor, her real principles, and the purpose and meaning of her life.  Every day she has pressure put on her by her husband, parents, and siblings to roll up her sleeve and get with the program. She…

Are We United & Strong or Divided & Weak?

Everyone has a right to choose how to practice. That’s a freedom that goes both ways. It’s not my function to convince you how you should practice, but to guide those Chiropractors who choose to see kids, difficult cases, and acute and wellness care, inside or outside of insurance. Where do you stand with all…

The Hidden Factor That Drives the Engine

 Either they were being pushed around by someone at the time or they had been in the past. Someone (or many) had taken advantage of them, betrayed them, or treated them unfairly. It usually is not a single incident that happened to them. They had accumulated layers of disappointments, letdowns, and letting others run all…

Lost Causes Are Not Hopeless Cases

Chiropractors have 9 years of college education under their belts, yet most insist that more information, data, a new billing system, or digital marketing schemes will solve their problems. Or maybe they think a new technique, new location, new partner, or new initials next to their name will help. Their perceptions of themselves had been…