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May 22, 2024

Create a LIFE through Chiropractic with Dr Christina Padilla DC – Chiro Hustle Podcast 563


Dr Cristina Padilla Bravo, DC was born and raised in Puerto Rico where she completed her Bachelor’s in Biology at the University of Puerto Rico. In 2014, she graduated from New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls NY with a Doctorate in Chiropractic.

Her interest in women and children’s health lead Dr Padilla Bravo to expand her training in this field with the Webster Technique and Pediatric and Prenatal Certification from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association – a certification only a handful of Chiropractors possess in the NE Florida region. In 2017, with the mission of serving women and children during the most crucial stages of their lives, Dr Padilla founded Thrive Family Chiropractic in order to provide direct access to Chiropractic for new families in the comfort of their own home. It is her mission to improve the quality of life of children and women during pregnancy and birth and create a space for families to feel safe, respected and empowered within their health journey. Since then, Dr Padilla Bravo has also completed certifications with Birthfit (Birthfit Leader, 2020 and Birthfit Coach, 2021) and expanded her training in women’s health with the Institute for Birth Healing and Dr Nichelle Gurule’s post partum program. Her Craniosacral training was obtained in 2019 with Dr Lori Henrickson.

Over the last few years Dr Padilla has served as a 2-time President of the River City BNI Chapter in Jacksonville, FL. Locally, she was appointed Board Member of the Sanctuary on 8th Street, a non-profit organization that provides after school program for at-risk youth in NE Florida. She is also a Platinum member of the Women Chiropractors non-profit organization, The Northeast Florida Birth Alliance and most recently appointed board member the Women Chiropractors Organization (WDC), an national non-profit that helps women Chiropractors with mentoring, entrepreneurship and financial aid. Dr Padilla herself was the 2020 winner of the Linda Atkinson scholarship for her efforts in promoting women’s health in the community and over the last year has had the opportunity to mentor the 2021 WDC Re-entry class.

TRANSCRIPT

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  You made it to Chiro Hustle! Sit back and learn from the greatest influencers in the profession on the world's number one chiropractic podcast. Before we dive into this powerful episode, please remember to subscribe to our channels and give us a 5-star rating on iTunes to continue hustling.

 

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LUKE MILLETT (PRODUCER):  Hey guys, welcome to episode 563 of the Chiro Hustle Podcast. I'm your producer, Luke Mallett, and here's your host, James Chester.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  On today's episode, we had an opportunity of interviewing Dr. Christina Padilla. And we talk about how to create a life through chiropractic. Stay tuned for the full story. Welcome back. This is another episode of the Chiro Hustle Podcast. Christina Padilla is joining me today. Christina Padilla Bravo, because they do things differently from Puerto Rico. But I'm excited to have her on the show today. We're going to talk all about her story, how she got into this beautiful profession. We'll talk about her love for taking care of Pragos and babies, and working with the WDC group, which is the Women Chiropractic Non-for-profit group. So lots of cool things we're going to talk about. And we'll finish up with a cool miracle story or some things of what inspires her. But yeah, this is going to be 563 of the Chiro Hustle Podcast. But before we bring on our guest today, I always let everybody know our big why. Why do we do what we do over here at Chiro Hustle? Well, to me, it's important because we protect freedom of speech. Sensorship is something that we see across the board on the popular social media platforms and even on mainstream media. So if we can create one little pocket of truth out there called Chiro Hustle, where all we do is tell the truth about chiropractic and this beautiful profession, that's what we'll do. We also believe in medical freedom and family health freedom. I think those things would line right up with Dr. Padilla because of the things that she's doing helping create healthy families. And it's near and dear to my heart because I want every kid to get checked from day one to birth to in utero. I want the child to have a full life of chiropractic. So those things really matter. And I know that that's episode is going to talk about some of that. Philosophically speaking, we do protect BJ Palmer's Sacred Trust. It's super important to chiropractors to know this. And if you're not a chiropractor, go and find it. If you are a chiropractor, refresh yourself. It's BJ Palmer's last words. It means a lot to this profession. And then we do support Solvixation based chiropractic. I know it's wild. I have to say that on a chiropractic podcast, but we do. And then we do believe in inate intelligence and universal intelligence. We believe that when man or woman, the physical gets adjusted, it connects them to man or woman, the spiritual. Dr. Christina Padilla, welcome.

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Hi, thank you. Thanks for having me.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, I know it's long-winded, but the intro is important because a lot of people don't know chiropractic.

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Exactly. No, it is important. We want to send the right message, right?

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah. And I've always believed that if even if people just listen to the first two minutes of our show, they at least can like get. Whoa. That was intense. Like, I need to go find all that stuff. What's the Solvixation? What is that word?

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Yeah, makes you want to know more.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  What is medical freedom? You know, like people should know that stuff.

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  No, that we have choices and that every choice we make is very important, not just to us, but to how we teach our kids to grow up and take care of themselves and their autonomy. So agreed.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  So let's turn the page back a while. Go back to when you decided chiropractic was the right path for you. Tell that story. Tell it like your friends, your family, your patients are all listening to it around the campfire and they've never heard you tell the story before.

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Absolutely. So I did not grow up in a chiropractic lifestyle. It was very foreign to me. I think growing up as an athlete, I got adjusted once. I had an SI injury for sports and I went to the chiropractor. I got adjusted and that was it. And that was like 14, 16 maybe. And I was like, oh, this was great. Move on. Like there was nothing else there. You know what I mean? Like, so I didn't get all that other very valuable information about what my body can do and why those things were happening. So fast forward through life. I ended up in, I always wanted to be in healthcare. So my goal was to work with kids and pregnant women since I was young. And I only knew that the only way to do that was to be in healthcare as a medical provider and take care of kids and newborns and women that way. So my goal was to be an OBGYN. And I went to medical school did the things that I needed to do. And two years in I left because it wasn't the place for me. It wasn't what I aligned for. I knew that's just not the place, physically, emotionally and intellectually for me to be in. So I left without knowing really what I was going to do after. And my parents probably weren't very happy about that. But my really, my best friend from childhood, he had a great experience with a chiropractor who really taught him about not just what chiropractor could do physically for him as an athlete, but just the extent of a chiropractor could do in life in general. And he thought I would make a great chiropractor. And I was like, all right, well, my, you know, you're my best friend. I kind of like would listen. And I checked it out. I checked out a couple of schools and I saw myself doing this. So I ended up choosing New York chiropractic college for a number of different reasons. The program seemed to align with where my medical knowledge was at the time or my knowledge about healthcare was at the time. And I had better opportunities there than other schools. So I chose New York and to my goal was like, well, maybe I won't get to work with kids. Maybe because I didn't know what chiropractic could do other time. I may be not be able to work, but maybe I'll work with athletes and like, you know, like all of us say when we go to chiropractic school, we're all going to work with athletes. And someone put a poster up in school. I think I was in like second or third trimester and about Webster technique coming to New York. And I was like, no idea what that is, but this lady is going to work with pregnant women. I want to know what she has to say. And it was genio. And the rest is history because it was genio. So she thought Webster and I was like sold. I was like, I don't know who she is. I don't know what she drinks, but I want all of that. And that was it from that point on. I basically said, I am going to take her pregnant women and I'm going to do everything I need to do to be like her. So from that point on, I did all the ICPA stuff. I got super immersed in what the whole philosophy of soluteogenesis and wellness care and holistic care was. And that really shaped the rest of my life in school and afterwards. And my only goal since I graduated was to work with kids and pregnant women.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  You know, it's, it's to me, great, great, great, great job, you know, coming to that place of if something's not congruent with what we're feeling when it comes to choice. We should choose something that makes us feel like we're doing the right thing for the world and sets us on fire. And I think, you know, a learner from genie, I could see the enthusiasm and the passion with like making that decision. It takes somebody like that to come into the chiropractic space and to start opening up like these ideas of what's possible. And I think it's really cool. And then it's, you know, it looks like as you got to do kids and pregnancies, you started learning more about it and went to Lindsey Matthews group and learned from her with birthfit.

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Yes. I can remember what my first interaction with Lindsay back in the day when she first started birth. That's a podcast, I believe. I'm sure I heard about it, references from other podcasts or something like that. Once you know how algorithms work, once you see one thing, you're going to see all of it. So somehow I got exposed to it and I started following her and it just made sense. I love fitness. I've been an athlete and in fitness since I was really young and it's really important. A body, a movement is a healthy body. So it just kind of all made sense and it was the one aspect of prenatal care and taking care of women that really wasn't discussed or talked about too much. I didn't learn a lot of it in school. I know now that I'm in practice, my patients don't have that education on what preparing for birth is and preparing for afterwards is. And so I've become very, very passionate about the postpartum period. It's something we integrate into practice. It's something we teach and we speak about it because there's just mind health body all connected together. And so yeah, it's been really fun to play with that in practice.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  I look at both of those as like being the co-pilot for a parent and helping make good decisions and keeping people healthy. It's not just the power of the adjustment. It's facilitating healthy people, which have healthy pregnancies, which have healthy babies, which have healthy children, which make healthy thriving people.

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  I always say my favorite phrase to say is better me to better serve. And that's pretty much why we do what we do, right? It's why we adjust. It's to make people be better from the inside out so they can be better to themselves so they can be better for their kids, better to other people and keep that ripple effect going.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  I mean, how many times have, I mean, it's kind of strange, but how many times have we experienced somebody that is like disabled with pregnancy or they're just like, they're going through it. They're like, like plotting around. Like you can tell their low back is just so sub-luxated. You can tell their hips are just like, need adjusted. You can tell they're just so uncomfortable. And then you're like, whoa, this isn't a functional thing here.

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Yeah, and then compared, translate that. That's like, and what would that translate from an emotional standpoint, right? And from a healing standpoint, you're in a place of fear. You're in a place of discomfort. You're not able to tap into that primitive part of your body and brain that will allow you to do the things women have been doing for centuries in a very easy intervention, free, natural way. So it's like that cascade of things that starts going wrong, unfortunately. Stress babies come out of stress birds, of stress pregnancies. So they're just kind of like feeding into that circle.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah. And a lot of people that are listening or will listen, it's like people have been told that pregnancy is a medical procedure. And I'm not a woman, so I can't speak like that. But I think that it should be something that is co-managed. And I think it's something that should be a part of, like you said, mind, body, and spirit. Like you got to think about like what goes into bringing another life into the world. You have to think about like, what is the aftercare when it comes to somebody that goes through this? It's like, that's the other outside aspect that many people just don't know how to facilitate is how do you take somebody that possibly got injured? Or that's like dealing with like the body like stress after like a pregnancy, like there's so much that goes into it. So it's a really cool thing that you've like dedicated your time and interest to to learn and help more families.

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Thank you. Thank you. I love it. I have so much fun in front in the office. It's a great place.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  People need it and they don't see, I do marketing for chiropractors and I'll go out and I'll see a pregnant mom or see babies. And they're like, no, we'll wait till the kid like needs it. We'll wait till the kids like injured or something or they're like, why would we bring our kid there? They're not in pain. Yep. You know, like that's strange. Why do you think the little one needs care? And I'm just like, well, best thing to do is to at least get the kids in and see if we can help. See if there's something going on that we, you know, chiropractic might assist with and check it out. I'll sign you up, bring the kid with you. We'll check the kid. We'll see if there's anything going on. If there is, we'll help both of you. Cool. And the moms are usually always kind of like the smart one. The dad will kind of always be the one that you're like, well, why would that's weird? Why do we need to get the kid? Why is a kid need a chiropractor? They don't work.

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Yeah, that's exactly how it goes for my family. And then I'm just like staring at you. So I'm like, it's going to be okay. If they, if it wasn't safe for kids, I would have been in jail 10 years ago. So we're good.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  So switching gears a little bit and more woman chiropractic talk, which we're on a nice theme here, but the WDC group, how did you learn about them and how are you participating with that group? And why should other people participate at the group?

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Absolutely. So women chiropractors is a nonprofit organization in the profession. We are the only organization within chiropractic that is exclusive to women chiropractors themselves. So all of our members are practicing members or members that have practice at some point and now have stepped back and they just give back or women reentering the profession. We have a lot of those. Thankfully, we do have a lot of those that are coming back because this is the best job ever. And so we do, I've been with the organization now for almost five years. The organization turned six years and we started as a Facebook group. Basically we get a lot of different women practicing had some questions and had some concerns about how to practice as a female because it can be a little bit different, especially when you bring into the mix having kids and taking care of the house and taking care and maternity leave and all these other things that maybe men don't get to experience during practice.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  It's just a different business model.

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  It's a different business model and it caters to different conversations that not that they're impossible to have with your counterparts as male chiropractors, but it's a little bit sometimes different to relate and you need different, you know, there's different needs that we need as support from a support wise as women. So a couple of women started having these conversations and being like, hey, how do you do this and how do you do that? And they came together formed a group and now we have a Facebook group of 10,000 members, super interactive. Every conversation you could think of from philosophy to how to practice to how to get out of practice and transition into retirement, how to come back into practice, all sorts of things that women talk about all the time and go to Facebook to ask questions for. But we're going to add into programs in person. So we have, I think the proudest program I'm all about, the organization and the thing that I'm most excited about is the reentry program because I was part of it in 2020. Reentry basically is a free program, a free coaching program we do every year. It runs for six months and these women get mentors and coaches on a weekly basis, working one on one with them, helping them reenter the profession, whether it originally our idea was to grab women that had left chiropractic for one reason and another and wanted to come back. We've expanded now into new doctors, doctors transitioning from associateships to owning on their own or wanting to do something different and you need an unconventional and chiropractic. And we basically help them make their, you know, find those goals and make them happen.

 

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  You made it to Chiro Hustle! Sit back and learn from the greatest influencers in the profession on the world's number one chiropractic podcast. Please remember to subscribe to our channels and give us a 5-star rating on iTunes to continue hustling.

 

This episode is brought to you by ChiroHD – More than an EHR; Practice Management, Simplified. Click the link to learn more…

 

The Chiro Hustle Podcast is sponsored by ChiroHD, 100% Chiropractic, Chiro Health USA, Brain-Based Health Solutions, Imaging Services, Chiro Moguls, PureChiroNotes, Titronics, AlignLife, Sherman College of Chiropractic, New Patients in a Box, Life Chiropractic College West, Pro Hockey Chiropractic Society, Pro Baseball Chiropractic Society, and the IFCO.

 

Now, if you're looking to increase contributions toward preserving The Sacred Trust within the Chiropractic Subluxation model; in a way that honors our Innate and Universal Intelligence but lack the time and energy to launch a new initiative? Then, check out our Patreon page at https://chirohustle.com/patreon and choose the option that best fits your ability and desire to invest toward The Big Idea in support and restoration of freedoms to speech, medical and family health.

 

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JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Well, when you see the profession shift, you feel the need. And I think it's, there's still a place for people, for women that maybe stepped away to raise children or support a different way with their families. And then they get a chance to be supported by other women nurturers that say, it's okay. I know what it's like. We want to see you come back. I was having this conversation earlier, not so like, like women related, but like chiropractic speaking, chiropractor on the front lines is like a soldier. And you guys are out there like crushing subluxations and correcting subluxations. And if we lose a chiropractor of like the team, the army, the front, and they don't practice anymore, and they do have situations with that. And they do have like a problem with running a successful office. We lose one of our soldiers. So we need, we need triage. We need people to come on side and say, look, this is a critical situation. We want to see another chiropractor go back and plug back into practice and have fun again and learn how to be successful and learn how to raise a family with the thing that they went to college for. And I think that that's really powerful about the whole situation that we're talking about. It's like, I see it from like more of a war and like, how do we win the war? And I see it from you as how do we nurture one of our chiropractors back into practice.

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Yeah, agreed. I mean, there's enough people in the world that need chiropractic and I, you know, we know that there's not enough people getting chiropractic care because we would solve a lot of problems in the world if everybody was getting checked. So why not like why be afraid of helping other people step up, right? And do better. And I think we're at a place in the profession where for both men and women where we have to start thinking about outside of the box as far as like how we serve and how we bring chiropractic to the masses and to populations that maybe don't know chiropractic or don't have access to it. So these programs help do that.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, you know, there's a guy that was out in Dunvern named Leo Spears and they actually create a chiropractic hospital. And I see the future as maybe there's many providers running big, big practices that are all thriving and all busy and have lower overhead because they're all doing chiropractic and they all have a specialty and they're all working in unity with each other. And it's just a big chiropractic center.

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Having that conversation, I have an intern that started today from Falmer here and we were having that conversation. And it's like we're not all necessarily men, we have to break away from that mentality that we all have to have one practice and work nine to six every single day. And like, you know, like what if we shift that a little bit and we all come together and we have like five chiropractors in the same office and we all have quality of life because we're not a slave to our job. It becomes something that you do for fun instead of like something you have to do, right? Like I love what I do. I don't call it a job. I just, I enjoy what I do. I love what I do, but I would never go on to get to a space where I'm just upset about having to come in because I have to do this, right? So just getting unconventional about how we practice the way we do it, the way we run businesses. It's I think that's really where the power is going to be.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, and community. And that's one of the hardest things about somebody that's a community based person. And then you single them out from their community. And you're like, go be by yourself now and raise your family and run a business. And you're like, but I was just over here with all my people and we were going to adjusting seminars and we were learning. And now I'm by myself, what's going on? So I think even for like the nervous system of the practitioner taking themselves from college to practice and saying, look, this is all on you now. Go figure it out. That's a lot of pressure. And it should be more fun. You're right.

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Oh, 100%.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  So, Jeanie, I think from your earlier message is probably one of your heroes maybe somebody that you've looked up to. Are there any other people that have helped shape your career to where you are today?

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Honestly, I really, I always say this every time someone asked me about my chiropractic story, my best friend is probably the person that let me hear. He passed two years ago and I wish he could see the things I'm doing because it's all due to him. But yeah, he's one of those people that really just was always there and just pushed me. And literally it's the only reason I thought ever thought about chiropractic was because he mentioned that one day and he thought I would be a good chiropractor. So, yeah. Yeah.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah. I feel you. Like we, I've always told people we just need one person to believe in us. You know, one person. Yeah. And, and then we get to believe in ourselves too. And I think it's really special. You know, one of my early mentors, 16 years ago told me if I just get out of my own way, I could change the world. And I was so like rigid with that. Yeah. It almost felt like he was attacking me or judging me. But as I look back at it, if I just got out of my own way, I can support chiropractic. And I think that just takes one person to say something or to encourage us. And I think what you guys are doing with the WDC group is really powerful because that is an encouraging method of how you take care of people. And I do think that the more that we do have like great internal dialogue and connection, it's just better for people to know who to work with, know what to do, why to do it, who to do it with. And I think, you know, it's just really cool. It's nice to hear your story today. If over your course of your career, I love miracle stories. I love people being able to tell them. Do you have one to two stories that you like to share with us today?

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Yeah, I definitely can think of a few handful of families that just like they changed like you take care of some kids every now and then that just changed the course of how you do things and why you do the things to do. So early in practice, I think this was like year two or three, I've been in practice almost 10 years. I had this kiddo. He was probably my toughest to the kid on the spectrum. And this mom was just lost. And she knew like her a practic could help. And she was just like, I just, I don't know anymore. I just need help. And it took me, I, to date, I think that's been my most challenging kid. It took about four or five weeks of him coming in two, three times a week just to hang out in the office so he would get comfortable with me. He threw chairs at me. He would fight me. He would scream like it was just tough. But I knew that that could just really need it. It adjustment. He really needed to get checked. So and his mom wasn't quitting. So I was like, listen, if you're into this, we're doing this. So it, we finally had breakthrough and we got him checked and it just like lights came on. It was just completely different kid. So I just love like, I remember crying a lot. I would cry almost every time he left and I could not check him because I was like, I just need to like check his atlas. And it was one of those where you, you know, you learn a lot about yourself as a person, as a provider. Definitely challenged me. Definitely made me think about thinking outside of the box and it just lit a fire on how I wanted to practice and the type of practice I wanted to have where patients didn't feel rushed. They felt comfortable. They could come in and we have the time and the safe space for these kids. So yeah, that's one of those big ones that you just never forget. Like it definitely changed the way even our practice protocols are now and the way our practice is set up and how our appointments flow and all that.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  The power of the adjustment.

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Yeah. And he's still getting adjusted. They moved away and I still in contact with them and he is a thriving kid. He does so well. He still gets adjusted. So yeah, it's very exciting. He's like eight years old now. Right.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Well, really cool. Is there anything that I didn't ask you that you like to share with our audience today?

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  No, it's mostly thank you so much for this space and what you do for, for a career. For the practice and for the profession, you're always such a great advocate for it. And I think we need more of that. We need more people sharing stories about how to practice and how people do things and why people really do chiropractic and how it changes people's lives. So thank you for that.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, it's been a lot of fun for us. Six years in the making, lots of connections within the profession. And you know, I think that you're right. We just need more people talking about ways to make healthy families and to have medical freedom. And that's really what our show is about and having chiropractors to feature their message and to talk about why they love this profession. I think that that's really why it's is successful is because we just need more hope. We need more people with big hearts talking about what they love. And that's really the chiropractic profession. And I think that the more that we can create successful chiropractors and share the secret of what chiropractic does, we have no ceiling. Like there's it's a open market out there. And as they say, there's only, I don't know, 7 to 10% of the American population being seen by chiropractor. That means we have a 90% like other group of people to go and help. So that's another reason that I think that this is really important because that group of people like you listening to Lindsey Matthews podcast that inspired you. And you never know who listening to this show might inspire them. And they'll be like, you know what? I want to go be like Dr. Christina. I want to be a chiropractor like her because they heard your story, right?

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  Yeah, yeah, exactly. This year alone, I've had three different patients that have given birth and we've taken care of them that have come up and said they wanted to go to chiropractic. So like listen, if that's all I do in life in chiropractic, I'm good. Like that's a that's a huge compliment.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Creating life through chiropractic. I love it. Well, if people want to reach out to you, connect with you, learn from you. Where can we send them to?

DR CRISTINA PADILLA DC (GUEST):  I'm on Facebook, Instagram. It's the fastest way to reach out to me. Thrive family. Chiro, Jack's is our handle. It's Thrive family chiropractic in Jacksonville, Florida. I'm on Facebook as Christina Padilla. You can also friend me, message me and our WDC is the organization I'm with, womencarobractors.org. You can contact us that way as well. So.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Well, lots of great information there. Reach out to Dr. Christina. Learn more about what they're doing with WDC, non-for-profit group. And just want to say, appreciate you, appreciate your time, appreciate your story. And I close out like I always do. Now, it's so everybody, you're just one story away. Keep hustling. I'll see you guys on our next episode. Thank you for supporting Chiro Hustle. Bye.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  You made it to Chiro Hustle! Sit back and learn from the greatest influencers in the profession on the world's number one chiropractic podcast. Please take a moment to subscribe to our channels and give us a 5-star rating on iTunes to continue hustling.

 

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