Make sense out of the current nonsense!

I’ve coached some of the finest doctors on the planet and I’ve gotten used to seeing ultra-high levels of success, clinical results past most DCs’ wildest dreams, and humanitarian spirits that help people less fortunate. With helping over 1,000 DCs over the past 20 years, I’ve also seen some strange, cosmic debris.

I got an email from a DC offering his services to our TNR members to test for a virus that has a 99% survival rate. He went on and on about how it would benefit mankind if all of our docs would test their people. By doing this service, you would be a good comrade and would receive bonus checks for people that tested positive.


Over the years, I have had so many communications like this with DCs, vendors, and sales people.

While there is nothing inherently wrong with sales, it lacks the sacredness or bond of trust between the Chiropractor and the practice member. And if you’re brutally honest with yourself, you’ll admit that you didn’t go to school for 9 years of college to learn how to be a low paid medical technician.

If you are looking to exponentially increase your income, do it with something that isn’t going to go out of style: the Chiropractic adjustment.

Learn how to maximize your strength, your unique factor.

What good is testing for a single disease, when you can’t do anything about it?

Doesn’t this doctor know about Chiropractic adjustments and immunity against not just one disease, but of all diseases, and how Chiropractic adjustments affect CD4 counts, antibodies, etc.

If you want excitement, adventure, and crazy profit, be the DC that is in high demand and let the other things go.

If you can’t adapt to the supposed new normal, you will pay the consequences with a loss of economics that will take years by yourself to just get back to where you were.

I’ve got a better idea. You can be a success starting today. There is no survival period post Corona, no matter how long you wait.

Call me if you are willing to be guided by someone that knows a thing or two about practicing in difficult times.