After nearly losing her daughter in 2007, Dr. Brandie Nemchenko dedicated her practice to helping pregnant women navigate the challenges of pregnancy.Read More
Dr. Maiers recently published an article titled "Our future in the hands of Millennials in the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association.
We discuss her journey through chiropractic, her research, and her vision of the future based on her experience with the upcoming generation of chiropractors.Read More
Dr. Steven Huybrecht is a graduate of Northwestern University of Health Sciences. After 2 years in private practice, he earned a spot as the chiropractic resident at the VA St. Louis Healthcare System. His recent article, A Typical Week at the St. Louis VA Medical Center, is part of a new series of blogs from current VA Residents on the American Chiropractic Association website.Read More
Dr. Skalski completed his radiology residency at Southern California University of Health Sciences, and a research fellowship at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine.
We discuss his journey to chiropractic, digital illustration, and he give his tips for studying radiology.Read More
Dr. Benedict Whelan is a graduate of the New Zealand College of Chiropractic and practices in Auckland, NZ. He is the host of The Chirosation Podcast.
We have a casual conversation about choosing chiropractic before ever being adjusted, overcoming self-doubt, and carrying on the chiropractic conversation through his podcast.Read More
Dr. Dean Smith is the host of the Chiropractic Science podcast and clinical faculty member in the Department of Kinesiology and Health at Miami University and a practicing chiropractor in Eaton, Ohio at Essence of Wellness Chiropractic Center.
Dr. Smith shares his journey through chiropractic, his post-graduate education, and how he is able to connect with the profession's most influential researchers.Read More
In this episode, Dr. Laski discusses his time at NYCC, active participation in SACA and chiropractic politics, the concept of a Primary Spine Practitioner, and what he hopes to learn by working in a hospital setting in a foreign country.Read More
Part 3 of my interview with Dr. Gordon Ainsleigh, a Western States graduate practicing in Auburn, California. More remarkably, he is the father of the sport of trail ultra running, being the first to finish the 100 mile Western States Endurance Run in 1974.Read More
We learn a bit about the early influences in the life of Gordy Ainsleigh. You’ll hear his opinion on chiropractic philosophy & science, why he chose to attend Western States, and some interesting medical theories.Read More