In the last ten years, Chris built a practice to suit his unique needs as a clinician, researcher, innovator, and public speaker. His multi-doctor office in Phoenix, AZ doubles as a clinical research facility. He has empowered a multi-doctor and staff team enabling him to work just 20 hours a week in the clinic while enjoying his other professional interests. Chris has international research collaboration with some of the top scientists and physicians and his award-winning research has culminated in over 40 journal publications. He holds postgraduate faculty appointments at five chiropractic colleges and has personally trained thousands of chiropractors around the world. His expertise you can trust, his passion is uplifting, and his energy and enthusiasm are contagious.
About James Gudgel
Simply stated, Jim is a true master of instrument adjusting. He has led instrument adjusting seminars around the U.S. and abroad for the past two decades to raving audiences. Twenty years later, Jim still sees over 100 visits a day in his Redwood Falls, MN clinic. With his unique training as a Physical Therapist, and as a Chiropractor, he has developed special kinematic combination adjusting procedures and has very successfully incorporated rehab into a high volume, high-collections office. He has been instrumental in developing his practice success secrets into The Neuromechanical System. He'll personally train you how to do it too, both in the lecture portions of our class and in our hands-on workshops.
About Terry K. Peterson
Over the past thirty years, Terry has built a first class practice that prides itself on clinical excellence and streamline patient procedures for extreme efficiency and consistent results. Terry's evidence-based, high-tech, hands-on approach has been infused into The Neuromechanical System to boost your confidence, certainty, and results. Terry's leadership is evidenced by his former Board tenures, including President of the Arizona Association of Chiropractic, and serving on the Board of Examiners for the state. Currently, he is a Carrier Advisory Committee Representative for Medicare and knows first hand the documentation and coding procedures to keep you in compliance so you get paid.
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