On this week's episode I tackle the term "subluxation" as it relates to the chiropractic profession and our patients.
This week's show features an interview with Dr. Emily Kiberd of Urban Wellness Clinic in Manhattan. She talks about the benefits and challenges of running a multi-disciplinary health clinic of chiropractors, personal trainers, massage therapists, acupuncturists and nutritionists all under one roof.
This week's episode is a solo-pod where I take the opportunity to tell my 10 year journey toward a pain free life and give you encouragement.
Noelle Tarr from Coconuts & Kettlebells joins me to talk about her new home fitness program and how she built a thriving online business in a profession usually reserved for one-on-one client interaction.
This week on the show is my friend from Pittsburgh, Janelle Pica to talk about kettlebell training, obstacle course racing and the myths of the bulky female lifter, and training for strict pullups.
This week, I clean up our language about the so-called "slipped disc", give a great tip on how to save time and eat healthier and rant about taking personal responsibility for your health.
This week, I chat with my good friend Dr. Kurt Perkins about what to do with pain from inflammation and autoimmune disease.
In a special early edition of Full Body Fix Radio, I snag Dr. Sean Pastuch from The Active Life to talk about Performance Care, the emergence and efficacy of remote care and programming and equip you with tools, tips and techniques to survive and thrive during the 2017 Crossfit Open.
This week is another Solo Pod where I give some updates in the Full Body Fix universe, give a testimonial about how one of my users was able to get through chronic knee issues and talk a lot about how pain and symptoms are not the best judge of health.