Dr. David Fletcher holds a unique position within the chiropractic profession. The path that has led him to become the Chairman and Chief Clinical Officer of CLA has always included being an active practitioner. As a Fellow in the Chiropractic Sport Sciences, he is actively involved in the development of wellness and performance care models for athletes and family practice members. As well, he is an international lecturer on stress and healing strategies from a chiropractic perspective.

Dr Tony Rose is the co-founder of ADIO Media – a marketing  company dedicated to providing principled marketing and education for the modern day Chiropractor. He is the Director of CLA in Australia / New Zealand – leading the technology centred, nerve-first practices in the region through the Insight technologies and CLA trainings.

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  1. Hi,

    My name is Christine Le – first year chiropractic student at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Canada. I have been listening to your podcast during my daily commute and have really enjoyed them. I can’t express how valuable it is to learn from experienced individuals in the field. So thank you for the good work!

    I am currently thinking of starting a podcast for chiropractic students. I want to reach out to chiropractors and other healthcare providers to pick their brains about advice, personal experiences, adversities, and success. The idea is still in an early stage of conception, so I was wondering if you had any tips for running a podcast.

    Thank you for your time.

  2. Hi Guys,
    Love your podcast. Thank you for sharing such a wealth of knowledge to our great profession.

    Looking for advice. If a Chiro was looking to introduce this technology into their practice on a piece by piece basis, what would you recommend they start with, HRV, EMG, Thermal, and why?

    Thank you!

    Dr. Dave Zank DC

    1. Hi Dave. Thanks for your question. For me it would depend on the style of practice. My selection would be to start with the Pulse Wave Profiler (HRV). 2 reasons: 1. It takes very little of your / staff time (3 minute collection with patient on their own.) 2. It is measuring global autonomics, looking at the adaptability of the person – how are they coping with their life and stress levels. It allows for such deep communication and monitoring of someone’s HEALTH and is removed from the SPINE. However if you run a spine based practice and want to take your assessment and conversations deeper, I would start with the EMG – measuring and tracking energy distribution and exhaustion. I hope this helps. Tony.

      1. Thank you Tony.

        I was leaning towards the HRV as I want to focus on autonomics, adaptability, and how the nervous system relates to overall health. I believe it can help me push the conversation away from a client’s pain based mindset and allow me to show them the bigger picture. The spine based stuff is always there in other forms for now such as x-ray, physical exam, Meric charts etc. You confirmed what I was thinking.

        Thank you!

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