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Healing the world, one child, one spine at a time Chiropractic philosophy, Neuroscience, motivation, positivity

Healing the world, one child, one spine at a time Chiropractic philosophy, Neuroscience, motivation, positivity
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Healing the world, one child, one spine at a time Chiropractic philosophy, Neuroscience, motivation, positivity

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Episodes

Episode 297: Shark Tank…the next big thing

4/23/2019
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What is the next big thing in chiropractic? Something is about to change in a big way to revolutionize chiropractic. I encourage our profession and our students to think ahead of the curve, because either someone else on the mechanistic side of chiropractic will come up with something, or we will, and I’d rather it … Continue reading Episode 297: Shark Tank…the next big thing

Episode 296: “This Inner Power Speaks”

4/16/2019
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BJ Palmer describes what chiropractors do as working with ‘the subtle substance of the soul.’ He doesn’t talk in this brief chapter from ‘The Bigness of the Fellow Within’ about subluxations, adjustments, or even the spine. He talks with reverence about the “tiny rivulet of force” that “animates the internal living world.”

Episode 295: Bohemian Rhapsody

4/9/2019
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Most likely Freddie Mercury of Queen did not read BJ Palmer’s “Bigness of the Fellow Within”. But he did write, in Queen’s hit song, We Are The Champions, that he “considers it a challenge before the human race.” Dr. Rubin feels Freddie Mercury was talking about chiropractic…and our challenge is getting chiropractic to the masses. … Continue reading Episode 295: Bohemian Rhapsody

Episode 294: Turn Challenges into Opportunities

4/2/2019
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Looking at works of art can be exhilarating because you get a chance to view it from multiple different vantage points, not just visually and physically but emotionally. What does the painting mean to you? How does it make you feel? There are often 2 sides to every story.

Duration:00:12:36

Episode 293: “Not on my watch!”

3/26/2019
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When BJ Palmer said “Guard it well,” he was referring to keeping chiropractic philosophy pure. The phrase “Not on my watch” was used in WWII, meaning “while I am on guard, I will do everything in my power to make sure America is safe and sound.” Chiropractors and chiropractic students: What are we doing to … Continue reading Episode 293: “Not on my watch!”

Episode 292: Australia & the future of pediatric chiropractic

3/19/2019
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Thirty years I’ve been in practice but never in a million years would I have predicted an entire nation (Australia) to mandate that chiropractors shouldn’t “use spinal manipulation” on children 2 years of age or younger. As a pediatric chiropractor in the US, it saddens me to think of what this means for our future. … Continue reading Episode 292: Australia & the future of pediatric chiropractic

Episode 291: “Advertising is Ethical”

3/12/2019
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BJ Palmer wrote “Advertising is Ethical” back in 1950, and explained the importance of ‘telling the story.’ But with the advent of social media, advertising now takes on a whole new meaning that BJ never imagined, and that is posting of videos and advertorials that may portray chiropractic in a less than positive light. Yes, … Continue reading Episode 291: “Advertising is Ethical”

Episode 290: Let’s add Technology to the 3 T’s of Trauma, Toxins & Thoughts

3/7/2019
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DD Palmer back in 1910 suggested that subluxations come from Trauma, Toxins and Thoughts, what modern chiropractors have named the 3 T’s. Back then, technology was more related to movement and industry, with the advent of cars, airplanes, and machinery for the industrial revolution. Now we need to add our 21st century concept of technology … Continue reading Episode 290: Let’s add Technology to the 3 T’s of Trauma, Toxins & Thoughts

Episode 289: “Neuroskeleton” & “Functionating”

2/28/2019
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DD Palmer in his 1914 book The Chiropractor made some revolutionary comments, including mentioning what he called the ‘neuroskeleton.’ That is a brilliant foreshadowing of today’s more neurologically based chiropractic. He also coined a term ‘functionating’, which described how optimum the nerve system’s tone was (tone being another favorite of DD’s). Listen in as Dr. … Continue reading Episode 289: “Neuroskeleton” & “Functionating”

Episode 288: Autism and Communication

2/19/2019
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There is a saying in the Autism community: “If you’ve seen 1 person with Autism, you’ve seen 1 person with Autism.” There are so many manifestations that really don’t fit in the categories defined by the DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual) used by psychologists and psychiatrists. Amanda Baggs, an adult with Autism, posted a video … Continue reading Episode 288: Autism and Communication

Episode 287: The Love of My Life

2/14/2019
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Love is a very overused word. People say they love ice cream or love a good book, but for Dr. Rubin, love is a special word reserved for a special person or being passionate about a purpose. Dr. Rubin talks about how he loves his wife of 28 years, how he loves adjusting kids and … Continue reading Episode 287: The Love of My Life

Episode 286: Scale…a small thing to a big thing

2/12/2019
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In BJ Palmer’s “A Slip on the Snowy Sidewalk”, he presents a method for looking at scale, a way to take an occurrence that is common and then expanding it to represent all of humanity. He called this the Big Idea, and it means taking what each of us does and magnify that over thousands … Continue reading Episode 286: Scale…a small thing to a big thing

Episode 285: History Repeats

2/7/2019
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The Green Book, History Repeats, was written in 1951, by BJ Palmer. It talks about how chiropractic as a profession always seems to be making the same mistakes. Dr. Larry Webster in the 1980’s mentioned this fact in an old ICPA video, and today, we face the same challenges. Webster knew pediatrics was the most … Continue reading Episode 285: History Repeats

Episode 284: Do We Need Science, Art & Philosophy?

2/5/2019
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Chiropractic’s founder’s created a Triune of Science, Art and Philosophy purposefully, to emphasize the importance of needing a sturdy foundation to build this healthcare discipline. Dr Rubin believes it is far better to hold the thought: “all for one and one for all!” We need each of them to use all of them, and in … Continue reading Episode 284: Do We Need Science, Art & Philosophy?

Episode 283: The Road Less Traveled

1/31/2019
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“Life is difficult…and when you accept that life is difficult, life is no longer as difficult” is a quote from Dr. M. Scott Peck’s amazing book, The Road Less Traveled. If we can look at our difficulties and realize that difficulties are a part of life, that challenges ARE life, then we can more readily … Continue reading Episode 283: The Road Less Traveled

Episode 282: Lyme Disease & PANDAS

1/29/2019
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Lyme and PANDAS are a part of a growing set of issues known as Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders. Watching trends for the last 30 years, Dr Rubin recalls a time when Lyme was relatively infrequent and PANDAS was unheard of. Now we are seeing more and more kids with one or sometimes both of these challenges. … Continue reading Episode 282: Lyme Disease & PANDAS

Episode 281: What does movement mean to you?

1/24/2019
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The word movement has a number of different meanings. It could mean moving locations, moving your body (as in exercise), move the bone (like Gonstead), or being moved emotionally. A good chiropractor understands how to use all 4 parts of this word ‘movement’ to create a feeling in their patients, whether they are 3 days, … Continue reading Episode 281: What does movement mean to you?

Episode 280: The 7 Habits of a Successful Pediatric Practice

1/22/2019
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What makes a successful pediatric chiropractic practice? Dr. Rubin celebrates his 30th anniversary in chiropractic this year, and was asked to speak at Life Vision Raw, so he distilled all those years of effort into 7 timeless principles. Listen on..

Duration:00:29:43

Episode 279: Are you a flip phone in an iPhone world?

1/17/2019
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Are you a flip phone or an iPhone? Are you keeping up with the times, studying the latest research, constantly learning new things, while brushing up on the fundamentals? Do you remember what it was like to simply text someone on a flip phone? How many steps it took just to create a short message? … Continue reading Episode 279: Are you a flip phone in an iPhone world?

Episode 278: Picasso & Chiropractic

1/15/2019
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Picasso was an incredible artist in the 20th century, most famous for bringing cubism into the world of modern art. His major contribution was showing multiple perspectives in the same work of art, which is vital in understanding how to take care of kids in a pediatric chiropractic practice. Kids (and adults too) will often … Continue reading Episode 278: Picasso & Chiropractic