Understanding Functional Neurology with Dr. Julie Brown

Chiropractors use adjustments to restore joint function and support the nervous system. In severe cases like a nasty car accident where the patient suffers a concussion, there is only much chiropractic can do. They can move the bones out of misalignment and allow the CSF, blood, and majority of the nerve information to transmit the way they should, but they don’t have the skill or the tools to fix the concussion specifically. This is where the fine tuning of functional neurology comes in. Functional neurology, simply put, is the intricate understanding of the nervous system, what looks normal and what doesn’t. Dr. Julie Brown is a functional neurologist chiropractor whose vast training and passion for helping people enables her to offer help to those who…

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Women in Leadership with Dr. Leslie Hewitt

Every little girl’s superhero is her dad, and their mom is the champion of their life. This is how Dr. Leslie Hewitt knew that she was born to be a leader. Her parents imprinted in her at a very young age the powerful principles of women in leadership. From an accident that put her in a coma at the age of 16 with no neck rotation, it was chiropractic that changed her life two years later. As the President of the California Chiropractic Association and the Owner of Anatomy Power Chiropractic Wellness Studio, Dr. Hewitt is doing an admirable job of promoting women in leadership through connection, collaboration and celebration. — My guest is Dr. Leslie Hewitt, the President of the California Chiropractic Association. California…

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Student Leadership in the California Chiropractic Association with Arash Aalem

Every patient is a different and unique case, which is why the California Chiropractic Association has become an organization that represents the diverse voices of chiropractic. Student Intern from Southern California University Health Sciences, Arash Aalem believes that the CCA is really putting out the word that instead of being ego-driven. Chiropractic needs to be patient-focused and so should the continuing education. There is a need to direct every patient to the right doctor. Learn more of Arash’s advocacies as a student leader in the CCA. Listen to the podcast here: Student Leadership in the California Chiropractic Association with Arash Aalem I’m excited about the guest that I have. I want to give you a little introduction. My friend, Arash Aalem, is here and he is…

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