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This podcast is "The Voice of Reason for Chiropractic" and will be most beneficial for chiropractors and their teams. We cover topics that will help grow a chiropractic practice, deliver content that will enhance the quality of care for more patients, teach concepts and strategies to market without manipulation or massive discounts, and simplify the foundation for operating a successful business by focusing on the 4 four requirements (leadership, communication, systems and team) of a thrivin ...
 
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Michelle and Tracy have been interprofessional leaders, friends and colleagues for over 30 years. They are co-hosts of a top healthcare leadership podcast, Healthcare’s MissingLogic Podcast. Michelle and Tracy have a combined experience of more than 60 years working as consultants and coaches for healthcare organizations across North America suppor…
 
Earlier this week I had the pleasure of speaking with Stacey Shifflett - known as The Fit Stylist - who twenty years ago lost her Dad to suicide. Stacey shared with us how this tragedy changed her life in every way and ultimately empowered her to stop following the crowd, to become the hero of her own story, and how her Dad still supports her daily…
 
Mary Donovan is the Assistant Dean for Standardized Patients (SPs) & Experiential Learning at Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, DC. She has served at Georgetown as administrative director and educator for the Integrated Learning and Simulation Center since 2007, providing medical students with clinical learning and assessment …
 
Twenty years ago, Stacey Shifflett unknowingly shared her final conversation with her dad. Later that day he was lost to suicide, and it’s this loss that marks the beginning of her journey to becoming the strong, fearless, and empowered woman that she is today. In today’s episode Stacey shares with us the tragic story of her father’s passing, and h…
 
This week’s bonus episode features Nick Cruz Velleman of Sight and Insight who is a dear friend, artist, youtuber, teacher, and author. You may remember Nick from earlier this week when he joined me on the podcast and we discussed the role of art and creativity in our daily lives, the power of art to teach nonjudgement and self-acceptance, and fina…
 
In 2018 Brad Power was a process innovation researcher and consultant with over 35 years experience and an author of over 75 articles for the Harvard Business Review when he was diagnosed with lymphoma. Brad went through a standard course of chemotherapy, which was successful, and he currently has no evidence of disease. While attending a conferenc…
 
Many of us strive to find something that lights us up inside, that makes us feel alive, and that creates peace and joy in our lives. Today’s podcast guest, Nick Cruz Velleman, has discovered how creativity brings him to life, and on the podcast he shares with us: How art brings all of his energy and attention into the present moment How he uses cre…
 
This week’s bonus episode features Jaymee Davis - host of The Genuine Mom Club Podcast - whom you might remember from earlier this week when she joined me on the podcast and we talked about her journey through loneliness and anxiety and now what she does proactively each day to ground herself and seek connection within her community - both in-perso…
 
Nikki Montgomery is the executive director of Madvocator Educational & Healthcare Advocacy Training and the author of the Super Safe Kids patient safety book series. Nikki is a patient advocate, a former hospital Board member, and the past president of the Patient and Family Partnership Council at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Ho…
 
Have you had feelings of loneliness and anxiety? Have you ever felt lonely even though you aren’t alone? And on top of that, layer on a pandemic and it feels even harder to connect with others in this current season of life. Which is why I’m excited to chat with Jaymee Davis from The Genuine Mom Club Podcast about this week’s theme: Social Life. Th…
 
Gunnar Esiason is a cystic fibrosis and rare disease patient leader, who is passionate about early stage drug development, patient empowerment and health policy. He is a Master of Public Health candidate at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice. Gunnar holds an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and a BA fro…
 
Jamia is an educator, a connector, an advocate, as well as a “doer”. She is also a Multiple Sclerosis patient, national speaker, and blogger; is often regarded as a healthcare innovator with a keen desire to design a truly patient centered healthcare model that includes a leveled playing field. In her new role as CEO of Families Forward Virginia, s…
 
Sneha graduated from Indiana University in May 2020 where she majored in chronic illness advocacy as well as journalism. She created the Health Advocacy Summit (HAS) and its program the Crohn’s and Colitis Young Adults Network (CCYAN) with support from foundations such as the Helmsley Charitable Trust to create support systems for adolescents and y…
 
Shazia Ahmad, Senior Director, Head of Patient & Physician Services at UBC, earned a B.S. in physiology and neurobiology from the University of Maryland and has 20+ years of experience in the therapeutic development industry. Shazia is a seasoned thought leader in the rare disease space with a passion for ensuring the patient journey and diagnostic…
 
When you walk through the door to your home, how do you want it to feel when you step inside? Do you want it to be welcoming, comfortable, and cozy like a warm hug? What special pieces do you have in your home that remind you of your loved ones and give you that sense of ease? In today’s special Book Report episode we are talking about The Little B…
 
Elizabeth Jameson is an artist and writer who explores what it means to live in an imperfect body as part of the universal human experience. Before her diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, she served as a public interest lawyer representing incarcerated children; she later represented children living with chronic illnesses and disabilities in their att…
 
This week we continue our conversation centered on IIN's Circle of Life Exercise and focus on the topic of Education. When I sat down to brainstorm who would be the perfect guest to welcome onto the show for this chat, it dawned on me that my alma mater, Gettysburg College, has a president who - funnily enough - is also a podcast host! Flash to be …
 
Mika Newton is the CEO of xCures, a health technology company that has created an AI-supported, clinical study platform for advanced cancer. Mika has more than 20 years of commercial strategy and leadership experience in life sciences, with a focus on novel technologies. Over the last 10 years Mika has concentrated on evidence-based medicine and to…
 
Do you need someone to speak light and love into your day, friend? To remind you that you're perfect - exactly as you are? Then sit back, pour a fresh cup of coffee, and press play because have I got the perfect guest for you! During today's conversation, Connection Coach Bridget Covill shares what words of wisdom she wishes she could share with a …
 
How do you create connection within a relationship, even amidst conflict? That's the question that today's guest, Connection Coach Bridget Covill, answers. And I have to say, not only is her advice insightful and immediately applicable in each and every one of our lives, but she shares with sincerity and warmth. Bridget truly wants to walk alongsid…
 
Cynthia Ryan is the Executive Director of the Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA), the leading international organization people turn to for help with vestibular (inner ear and brain) disorders. VeDA helps people with vestibular disorders by connecting them to health care specialists and support networks. VeDA promotes awareness for vestibular …
 
It's funny, but in my experience I've found that running often times is symbolic of life itself. And during my super hot 2-miler yesterday I got to thinking about the importance of shifting your gaze higher in order to gain perspective and the courage to see your goals through to the end. And then the COOLEST thing happened! I kept shifting my gaze…
 
Dr Gyles Morrison is a Clinical User Experience Specialist and Digital Health Consultant, improving the usability, accessibility and satisfaction people have with healthcare technology. He uses knowledge and experience of behaviour change to improve the way technology is successfully used in healthcare. He has worked with the NHS and a variety of h…
 
Johan is an extroverted, loving , family guy. When Johan turned 33 years old his world was turned upside down. Before his illness, Johan felt like he was on top of the world. He had a successful career, had just bought a house, and was planning a wedding with the love of his life. Then, on April 18th, 2019, he woke up and the world was spinning. Hi…
 
What advice do you wish you could share with a past version of yourself? Well this week that's just the question that our guest, Cassy Joy Garcia, answers. Cassy Joy is a bestselling cookbook author, the creative force behind the popular food blog Fed + Fit, holistic nutrition consultant, and mama to two littles (soon to be three!) - and she has a …
 
Have you ever found yourself with the desire to cook a delicious and nutritious meal but at a total loss where to start? Same! And that's why I'm thrilled to share with you today's conversation with Cassy Joy Garcia. As a New York Times Best-Selling author, the creative force behind the popular food blog Fed + Fit, holistic nutrition consultant, an…
 
Dr. Ankita Sagar is an Internist, Primary Care Physician. She is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. She is the Director of Ambulatory Quality for the Medicine Service Line and currently serves as the Director for the COVID Ambulatory Resource Support Program at Northwell Health. She a member of…
 
If you could go back and offer advice, guidance, or encouragement to a past version of yourself - what would you say? This week Cara Ansis of @happywholeway answers this exact question, and her insights highlight her transformation into someone with a deep appreciation for self-love and a commitment to continued growth. And can't we all use a littl…
 
Rob Andrews is an Associate Professor at the University of Exeter, an Honorary Consultant Physician at Musgrove Park Hospital Taunton and a Danish Diabetes Academy visiting Professor. At the University Rob he leads a group that conducts clinical trials to determine how best to help people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes to improve their diets, incr…
 
Leah Barrett is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Master’s Level Nutritionist and has been Private Practice for 25 years. She also has worked in medical settings, specifically oncology as well as consulting for nonprofits and teaching at Colorado State University’s School of Social Work. Most recently, Leah has been living with advanced breast …
 
Have you ever had that nagging feeling that you needed to make a change? Whether that was in your career, relationship, or - dare I say - your religious institution? This week we wrap up our conversation on Spirituality with Cara Ansis. Cara has a master’s degree in Soul Care and is a certified Spiritual Director who works with women as they enter …
 
Do you appreciate what makes you unique? Do you embrace who you are? Or do you try to mold yourself into what you think others expect of you? During this week's bonus episode, I sit down with Wendy Battles of the Reinvention Rebels Podcast and she answers the question I pose to all of our guests, which is: "Knowing what you do now, what do you wish…
 
For Rebecca Trahan, the art of communication is a subtle one. Her clean designs communicate client messages clearly, with a simple elegance. In 1994 she established her award-winning communications firm Barking Dog Design, along with her not-so-silent partner, Wilma the Weimaraner. Rebecca particularly enjoys working with clients who provide servic…
 
Friends! I'm so thrilled to bring today's conversation to your ear buds - because let me tell you, this episode is gooooood. This week we continue our discussion centered on spirituality, and joining the podcast is Wendy Battles of the Reinvention Rebels Podcast. Listening to Wendy each week leaves me feeling inspired, confident, and energized. Not…
 
Candy, vitamin or painkiller? Which one of these best describes your practice? In my experience most Chiropractors are positioning themselves as a "vitamin"... Good for you, but nothing urgent or overly important. You can live with it, you can live without it, but you probably won't remember much about the experience either way. I'm not suggesting …
 
Do you consider yourself to be a spiritual person? As someone raised in an uber-religious school and church, it took me years to tease through those experiences (which, to be totally honest, weren't full of sunshine and unicorns) and after leaving the church learn what a spiritual practice looks and feels like for me outside of religion. In today's…
 
Hillary Stires received her BS in behavioral neuroscience from Lehigh University and her PhD in endocrinology and animal biosciences from Rutgers University, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in tumor biology at Georgetown University’s Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center. Her research focused on tumor development and drug resistance in breas…
 
This week's bonus episode features Brittany Frisch - whom you might remember from a recent Client Spotlight on the podcast where we celebrated a big personal and professional milestone Brittany had just achieved! You can check out that episode here if you want to add it to your listening queue. In today's episode, Brittany shares life advice she's …
 
Dr. Cooper’s bio is extensive, but can be summarized into 3 words: Mind… Body… Business The mind? He holds a PhD in Performance Psychology, was a national columnist for 20+ years, had his research published in peer reviewed journals internationally, written 5 books, and spoken professionally in all 50 states plus multiple times in Europe. The body?…
 
Have you ever read a poem or a quote that stopped you in your tracks? Frequently, the work of Yung Pueblo does that for me. Recently he posted a poem from his book, Clarity and Connection, on Instagram that made me pause. And that poem is the inspiration for today's mini meditation. I hope his words speak to you too, dear friend. So press play, fin…
 
How would you like to send a simple email, less than 15 words, to your list of subscribers, and have 7 replies back for new patient appointments? No spinal screenings. No arm twisting. Just replies like these: "Yes please" "My number is 519-X51-XX12" "It's for my son, he's 12 years old" Was this a one trick pony? Nope. Every month this email yields…
 
Hey friends! Holy smokes, it's been a beat since a new episode of the pod has come out, and I'm grateful for your patience and understanding while we experienced alllll the life these past couple of months! Since my last episode we've: Packed up, cleaned, and turned in the keys to our rental Renovated our forever(ish) home Moved in, unpacked (mostl…
 
Chris spent approximately 25 years working for himself in the lady’s garment industry. During that time, he helped create a multi-million-pound business from scratch. During 2007 Chris was diagnosed with incurable cancer. But has survived the extreme treatments and side effects, to become one of the most respected voices in the subject across the w…
 
A 2nd generation prostate cancer survivor and advocate on proactive prostate cancer health. President and co-founder of the Prostate Cancer Awareness Alliance-DMV (PCAA-DMV) – a non-profit focused on helping men to – Get a GRIP on Prostate Cancer – through educational and informational interactive sessions highlighting prostate cancer treatment cen…
 
When I started my practice, I was 1000% convinced I would never lose a patient. Call me naive, many have before... I assumed if I simply taught them "what I knew, they would do what I do." Every other Chiropractor had it wrong. I had it right. Until it happened to me. Which, by the way, took approximately 5 days into my practice life. On today's ep…
 
Wenora Johnson is a 3x Cancer survivor, Research/Patient Advocate and Navy Veteran. Wenora began working closely with the organization Fight Colorectal Cancer (FightCRC) as a Research Advocate following her diagnosis of stage 3b colon cancer in 2011.As a Lynch Syndrome patient, Wenora also advocates for genetic testing and awareness. She serves on …
 
Struggling with your marketing? Crickets when you post a video to social? No one is visiting your website? You've created the world's greatest lead magnet... And not a single person has opted in? It must be your market. Really, it's the only logical solution. Similar to your patient who has "tried" everything and even followed your advice to a T. Y…
 
Claire Snyman is an author, blogger and advocate for patient and healthcare collaboration. She is passionate about inspiring people to put their health in their own hands as a result of her own lived experience as an individual with a brain tumour and other chronic health conditions. She has co-authored a scientific study between neurosurgeons and …
 
When a patient says no to our recommendations, we assume it's always something we said or didn't say, something we did or didn't do. That is the case sometimes, but far too often much of the information we could add to aid the decision making process gets overlooked. There's an entire hierarchy of needs at work inside the patient's mind and most of…
 
Santi K.M. Bhagat, MD, MPH, is a mother of a young adult with a chronic medical condition, a physician, and the founder of a grassroots, voluntary charitable organization, Physician-Parent Caregivers (PPC). PPC’s health care and policy research and analysis uncovered a lack of systemic supports for young adults who grow up with childhood-onset heal…
 
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