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The Chiropractic Trust
42 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Episode 19: Meet Alanna Ogan DC
Welcome to Episode 19 with Alanna Ogan.. She is the founder and owner of Active Family Chiropractic, From her website. "Dr. Alanna Ogan came to Sioux Falls in February 2010, after practicing in St. Paul, MN for several years. Originally from Watertown, she wanted to get back to South Dakota and closer to her family while opening Active Family Chiropractic. Dr. Alanna’s big goal is to impact as many lives as possible through chiropractic, by making the community better and helping people live to 100% of their potential. Imagine what it would be like to live in Sioux Falls if everyone here functioned at 100%! When you stop by the office, you may also run into Atlas the Wonderdog. He does his best to greet everyone that walks through the door (and yes, Atlas is subluxation-free, too!). During Dr. Alanna’s time in Sioux Falls, God has blessed Active Family Chiropractic with wonderful families that want to live life subluxation-free. He also dropped Alanna’s husband, Brandon, into her life. The two met when Brandon bought the house across the street from her. Brandon then married “the girl next door!” They have now built a home together and are looking forward to many more years together using their skills to serve the people in the Sioux Falls area."
58 minutes | Dec 2, 2019
Episode 18: Zero to Fifty with Alex Rubin
Since the inception of this podcast I am frequently asked questions about starting a nontherapeutic Chiropractic practice. These come from both new practitioners starting from scratch or folks interested in transitioning their practice into the nontherapeutic model of Chiropractic. I have been looking for someone who is just starting out to share their experience, and this person stopped by my office a few months ago. Alex Rubin is doing exactly that. He started his practice from scratch about three months ago and by all measures is off to a great start. He is already profitable and thriving in only his first quarter of solo practice. In this unique episode we chat with Alex about his practice and taking it from point zero to his first 50 memberships. He also chats about his plans for the next 50 and we even get a special chat with his sister who shares her experience of helping people and talking about Chiropractic to the people she meets. We all had a great chat, and I hope you enjoy it as well. Please share this with people you may know who need to hear it.
48 minutes | Nov 22, 2019
Episode 17 Eddy Robinson: Can it all be rainbows and unicorns?
Eddy Robinson is phenomenal. He is the epitome of hard work and perseverance, with the confidence to live his life being faithful to his personality. If you are in your practice (and your life) and it does not feel like you are being authentic to who you are, then have a listen to Eddy. Eddy started this practice only a few short years ago and he candidly shares how he has built it from zero into a thriving happy place for his community. He shares his story about how he realized that a nontherapeutic Chiropractic practice was the right path for him. Lastly, I must say that Eddy gave the BEST answer I have heard in this series as to who has been the greatest influence in his life! I hope you enjoy as much as I did.
56 minutes | Nov 12, 2019
Episode 16: Trent Scheidecker: The ChiroWay Journey
What does it look like when the light bulb goes on? Everyone who practices in the nontherapeutic model has their own light bulb moment. For Trent Scheidecker the moment was a catalyst which lead to his very successful practice and manifested a vision of a franchise model of nontherapeutic Chiropractic offices. Trent is a big vision person and a big action person. It was a pleasure to catch up. Trent also has his own podcast called: Today's tic. You can check it out and subscribe here: https://trentscheidecker.com/todaystic/
49 minutes | Oct 24, 2019
Episode 15 Tyler White: My what a long way you've come
I love Tyler White, there I said it. When we are attending the same seminar we often find ourselves hanging out at breaks talking about Chiropractic, families, and life. He is a great guy who is one of those folks who always gives you a calming sense and also the feeling that he has spent a lot of time on Chiropractic and what it is to run a nontherapeutic Chiropractic office. I hope you enjoy a visit to New Jersey with Tyler White. Like, subscribe, share, blah blah blah.
90 minutes | Oct 8, 2019
Episode 14 Jim Healey: If You Believe
A great chat with Jim Healey. Jim has been around a long time and is a wealth of knowledge. A quick plug for the upcoming seminar being put on by the Garden State Chiropractic Society in NJ on October 19th, 2019. If you want to learn more about a nontherapeutic type of Chiropractic office, it should prove to be a great day of learning and discussion. Register here: https://www.gardenstatechiropractic.org/ifyoubelieveregistration
61 minutes | Oct 1, 2019
Episode 13: Board member Q&A session #2 "Starting a practice" w/ Scott & Howie
We get a lot of questions in the email (for future questions email me at Rhinochiropractic@hotmail.com) on starting a practice so our 2nd board member Q & A is on starting a new nontherapeutic Chiropractic practice. My board member guests are Scott Timpanelli from Greenville, SC and Chiropractor Howie from Mississippi. We quickly realized that this should be more than one episode so this show focuses more on mindset for starting a practice vs. a discussion on a lot of nuts and bolts (like fees, location, etc). We'll do that one at a later date. This was recorded late at night, and I was energized by the spunk that these two still had so late in the evening which was after a busy day checking folks. To have your question featured on a future episode email me at Rhinochiropractic@hotmail.com Enjoy the show!
36 minutes | Sep 24, 2019
Episode 12 Family Chiropractor: Todd Galley
From the great state of Michigan we have Todd Galley as our guest in this week's episode. I had a fun talk with Todd about his practice, having a home office, a BOTW office and the mindset of a nontherapeutic Chiropractor. I feel like Todd marries a loving heart with a no nonsense approach perfectly. I hope you enjoy our chat. Please share this podcast with your friends and hit the subscribe button to get the future updates.
75 minutes | Sep 6, 2019
Episode 11 Judy Campanale
Success leaves clues. Judy Campanale has a long and distinguished resume in her Chiropractic career. We have a great conversation about her working together with Joe Strauss for many years and her seemingly never ending energy to engage in being involved in Chiropractic on a organizational level. I was thoroughly impressed by Judy's ability to see everything in a positive constructive light and I have thought about it often since this interview. Enjoy. PS: Sorry for the delay since the last episode. I am hoping to pick up the pace going forward.
41 minutes | Aug 1, 2019
Episode 10 Bradley Walter: Doing it his way in NC
It was great to catch up with Bradley and to see how he has grown his practice over the last few years. I was surprised and excited to hear him talk about what he has done to market his practice. I learned a lot and I hope you do too. Also, please enjoy our first ever show "sponsor" commercial. We are happy to endorse this sponsor and hope you work with them daily.
59 minutes | Jul 16, 2019
Episode 9 Dawn Maynard: Epitome of a servant
Dawn Maynard is the Epitome of a servant. If you listen to this episode you will quickly pick up the subtlety of someone with a giving mind. Dawn is always thinking of her practice members first, and she exudes that in the way she runs her office. I have known Dawn for a while and this was always a part of her personality, but I was struck by how much she has cultivated this spirit through effort in self development. I hope you enjoy this chat with Dawn-o-mite Maynard!
66 minutes | Jul 9, 2019
Episode 8: Patrick Smith and starting over
Great episode with Patrick Smith, who had a successful practice in Illinois but the little voice inside (not innate intelligence by the way) told him to "move west young man". He listened and made the bold choice to fold up shop and start a new practice in Denver. He wanted this one to be the reflection of the way he received Chiropractic care. He caters to families and makes it possible for them to get regular nontherapeutic Chiropractic care for a lifetime. We also spend some time on the life of Richard Roth DC, a close friend of Patrick who passed away last year. Enjoy!!
61 minutes | Jul 2, 2019
Episode 7 Mark Romano: Chairman of The Chiropractic Trust
On this episode we answer the "why" of the Trust. Mark Romano, chairman of The Chiropractic Trust, goes over some of the nitty gritty history of the nontherapeutic movement including Reggie Gold the organizations that came before the Trust and led to where we are now. This episode should not be missed and Mark Romano does a great job of explaining the purpose of the Chiropractic Trust and who it serves. www.thechiropractictrust.com
52 minutes | Jun 25, 2019
Chiropractic Trust Episode 5 Q&A Session #1
When people are converting their practice into a nontherapeutic practice or they are starting a new one, there are often questions. Typically they range from nuts and bolts questions about how to run this style of practice successfully and often touch on the mindset of the practitioner. In this episode I am joined by David McGonagle and Stamatis Tsamoutalidis to answer a few listener questions. They both share a very unique perspective in that they each have Box on The Wall practices in Pennsylvania. I hope you enjoy this episode. If you would like your question to appear on a future Q and A episode, please submit it to email@example.com
72 minutes | Jun 18, 2019
Scott Walker: From the world of PI to a 1000 a week nontherapeutic office
Please welcome to the podcast Scott Walker of Texas who talks about his major paradigm shift from the world of insurance and PI (personal injury) to an amazing nontherapeutic Chiropractic practice. It is so enjoyable to hear about Scott's story, including his inauspicious start and even a law suit. Scott has quickly built a massive 1000/wk practice by understanding the Chiropractic philosophy of a lifetime family practice and educating his practice members. I really enjoy Scott's humility and mellow demeanor. We talk about capacity blocks, giving back, and the physical and mental mind set necessary to see that many people every week. Enjoy!!
69 minutes | Jun 11, 2019
Episode 4 Jennifer Doriott
Are their any powerful women who have nontherapeutic practices? Of course, and Jennifer Doriott is certainly one of them. She is one of my best friends in Chiropractic. Upon graduating school she moved to a new city and started a practice and a life without knowing a single person there. In this episode we talk about that type of bravery, as well as money (something Jen and I talk about a lot), and we even touch on the pitfalls of practice like what happens when you get a serious injury. I hope you enjoy!
64 minutes | Jun 5, 2019
This week the call is with Justin Quail of Virginia Beach, Virginia. He talks about his move to a new city and how he has built a phenomenal straight Chiropractic practice from scratch. Oh yeah, and along the way survived a major fire, and a few other road blocks. He does it HIS way (did I mention that he doesn't even have a practice website!?!?!?). Justin is a young practitioner, but do not let that fool you. He has a lot to offer the straight Chiropractic movement, and YOU if you give this chat a listen. Enjoy!
51 minutes | May 28, 2019
Well someone has to be first..... I am excited to finally launch this podcast and I am very grateful that Michael Madison agreed to be the first interview. My apologies to him that I was just getting used to a new microphone and it was too close to my mouth so sounded like Darth Vader for a lot of this. In one moment he actually pointed it out (it must have been driving him crazy). Michael's story of almost leaving Chiropractic burnt out and disgruntled after a short time is powerful, and so is his story of discovering the nontherapeutic model. He is now thriving and has even opened a second office! Thanks for being the first interview Michael! Enjoy......
86 minutes | May 28, 2019
Joe Donofrio "The Godfather"
After almost 50 years in practice and one of the most successful practices in the history of the profession, Joe Donofrio has seen it all. Listen as I get to interview one of my life's greatest mentors. He truly embodies the nontherapeutic approach. HE gives it to you straight, in a "hold nothing back" intimate interview. Classic Joe D. Enjoy!!!!
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