Motivation through Passion and Expertise

 

Last Thursday, Friday and Saturday I attended a Chiropractic Conference in Chicago.  When I returned to the office on Monday my passion for chiropractic was even stronger and I was armed with lots more information to share with my patients.   

The first doctor to speak was Dr. Fabrizio Mancini.  He is an author, lecturer, president of Parker Chiropractic University and has been on “Dr. Phil”, “The Doctors” and other television programs as a way to educate the public about chiropractic and wellness care.  He is a passionate man with an exciting vision and I had the opportunity to talk with him after his lecture.

The other speakers were equally as motivating for me to hear.  In their lectures they each referred to research articles written by chiropractors, medical doctors and PhD’s.  Most of the speakers had written books and or created their own techniques.  One lecturer, Dr. Deed Harrison, is the most published chiropractor contributing over 100 research papers to the scientific community.  I felt inspired by the quality of these doctors.

There was information on neurology, nutrition, philosophy, the seven extremities (foot, knee, hip, hand, elbow, shoulder and jaw), paradigm shift in health care, epigenetics, posture rehab and evidence based care.  Most of these doctors lecture all over the country and some all over the world.

Attending seminars and lectures taught by health professionals with a strong sense of purpose and ethics always makes me feel excited, motivated and proud to be a chiropractor.  I hope you have people in your life that motivate and reinforce your convictions.

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