Dr. Rubin not only focuses on chiropractic, but also helping others strive to live a healthy and positive lifestyle.
Episode 426: Disruptive Pediatrics Continued...
Be disruptive! Break a pattern. Interrupt your normal day-to-day. Chiropractic was born out of disruption. DD Palmer had a disruptive thought to deliver the first adjustment! But then he wanted to keep chiropractic a secret...but BJ Palmer made chiropractic a worldwide disruptive factor! Be disruptive and tell the world about chiropractic!
Episode 425: Questions answered
There's always an endless amount of questions from students about starting a practice, and Dr Rubin answers some very astute ones that relate to building a disruptive pediatric practice!
Episode 424: Ten Steps to Disruptive Pediatrics
To disrupt is to be "innovative and groud-breaking." The path has been laid out for us by disruptive chiropractors like Dr. Larry Webster and Dr. Jeanne Ohm. They boldly led us to think not just outside the box, but to think as if there is no box at all! It is time for us to take their call to action and become disruptive pediatric chiropractors!
Episode 423: Are you connected to 'the sacred trust'?
What are you doing that is different? Are you connecting to what BJ Palmer called the "sacred trust?" This 'trust' is not determined by what your office looks like or your paperwork or your EHR. It is determined by you, answering this unspoken question from the parent who brought their kid in: will you take care of my kids like they are your own? Will they sense that from you and your staff?
Episode 422: The missing link
Pre-Covid, approximately 12% of kids ages 4-17 were labeled as either depressed or had anxiety. Now those numbers in kids ages 4-17 have doubled, to 20% with anxiety and 25% with depression!. What is the missing link? How many of those kids are getting adjusted regularly? In pediatric chiropractic offices, we see that kids who are adjusted over the long term are overall healthier and less susceptible to illnesses and disorders!
Episode 421: "4000 Weeks"
"4000 Weeks." That's 80 years, about what the average life expectancy in the US is, and also the title of a newly released book. How will you spend your 4000 weeks? The book explains how time management is a fallacy. There is no such thing as work-life balance. Do you look up at night in awe of the stars and the moon? Do you watch the sun rising or setting and see that beauty? To me it is not as much about time management as about time wonderment.
These talks are great! Dr Rubin has so much info to share on pediatrics and neurodevelopment. But he will also motivate you and help you hold a mindset of success, especially if you’re a student or new doctor getting ready to start a practice.
Energizes & Awakening
Dr. Rubin was my professor at Life University. I was absolutely impacted by his lectures and now listening to his podcast has helped me immensely throughout my first year of practice. He is a wealth of knowledge!
Love the information, just wish you would use a portable mic so we could hear everything clearly, not just the half you spend standing at whatever microphone you are using