September 29, 2012 — Sept. 20-22, 2012 marked the 12th Annual Masters Circle SuperConference in Orlando, Fla., where chiropractors, wellness professionals, and their staffs enjoyed a diverse and stimulating series of lectures by top experts in each field.
The theme of this chiropractic seminar was “The Big Adjustment,” concentrating on refinements and improvements doctors of chiropractic can apply to provide a better service for their patients. Industry leaders like Dr. Patrick Gentempo, Dr. Tedd Koren, Dr. Gerry Clum, and Bill Esteb presented on the future of chiropractic practice, from adjusting internal beliefs and behaviors to preparing to maximize the opportunities built into health care reform.
Veteran chiropractic entrepreneur Dr. Don Hayes of Greens First showed how to apply E-Myth style systems to integrate nutrition into any practice. And Dr. Bob Hoffman, President of The Masters Circle, gave a historical perspective on the chiropractic adjustment that moved the audience from laughter to tears to inspiration.
But the stars of the show were two relative unknowns, stellar newcomers who are destined to make a monumental contribution to the chiropractic landscape.
One was social media and chiropractic marketing expert Dr. Anna Saylor of Van Every Chiropractic in Royal Oak, Mich., who explained how she uses short videos to educate the public about chiropractic, attracting more than 700,000 hits on her YouTube channel and more than 50 new patients to serve each month.
The other was Dr. David Walls-Kaufman, whose research shows that regular chiropractic care dramatically reduces the likelihood of serious illness. By measuring serum thiol, a well-accepted indicator for DNA repair and the predisposition to disease, Walls-Kaufman’s venture is giving chiropractors more credibility as quality of life and wellness practitioners, with hard science supported by experts in every discipline.
These studies demonstrate that patients who get weekly chiropractic adjustments of any technique for three years drop their tendency toward conditions like cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and many others from 95 percent in those with unhealthy plasma thiol levels to 5 percent in those who have healthy levels.
In fact, The Masters Circle is coordinating a project whereby doctors of chiropractic who wish to use this breakthrough discovery in their practices can collect data and contain the expense of the blood testing by ordering in bulk, so every patient can afford to include this vital test in his or her examination and case management process. Through such efforts, more statistics can be compiled to enhance this astounding research, and position chiropractors properly among healers.
The Thirteenth Annual SuperConference is planned for September 26-28, 2013.
Source: The Masters Circle, themasterscircle.com