17 Burst results for "Dr Michael Hal"

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"Which is Dr Francis? <Speech_Male> Murphy is the website <Speech_Male> the OTC seminars. <Speech_Male> And right <Speech_Male> now Commitment <Speech_Male> to <Speech_Male> kind of begin to merge <Speech_Male> the neurology <Speech_Male> and the technique <Speech_Male> to presents <Speech_Male> carpenter's kinda world <Speech_Male> lacked <Speech_Male> a lot of good things there <Speech_Male> OTC Health Ed <Speech_Music_Male> dot com or <Speech_Male> Brandes <SpeakerChange> Dot Org. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> And you're you're you're thinking <Speech_Male> of doing some research to <Speech_Male> your tone before the podcast. <Speech_Male> You guys are doing. <Speech_Male> What can you <Speech_Male> can you pre <Speech_Male> frame. What <SpeakerChange> guys what? <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> The question is <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> absolutely. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> What's just real <Speech_Male> briefly? What started longtime <Speech_Male> ago is looking at <Speech_Male> work. Doc Murphy and his <Speech_Male> OTC technique <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> With frozen <Speech_Male> shoulder and <Speech_Male> ensured a miracle <Speech_Male> what we realized that <Speech_Male> it really is a brain <Speech_Male> base thing. We've <Speech_Male> had tremendous impact <Speech_Male> on children with <Speech_Male> autism <Speech_Male> with adhd <Speech_Male> with <Speech_Male> insomnia adults <Speech_Male> with a variety <Speech_Male> of health conditions <Speech_Male> as <Speech_Male> a result of providing <Speech_Male> care to the Oxford. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> And so now. It's <Speech_Male> repulsive paperback <Speech_Male> in two thousand twelve as <Speech_Male> well and <Speech_Male> We've gotten <Speech_Male> attention. A lot <Speech_Male> of neurophysiologist <Speech_Male> and neuro anatomist <Speech_Male> end such as <Speech_Male> Heidi <Speech_Male> <hes> in our professionals <Speech_Male> earned at Murphy <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> so they're now done some <Speech_Male> research to look <Speech_Male> at the effects <Speech_Male> of this technique <Speech_Male> on rain <Speech_Male> and the <Speech_Male> conditions that <Speech_Male> are influenced <Speech_Male> by the resolution <Speech_Male> of association complex. <Speech_Male> So it's <Speech_Male> constant science stuff <Speech_Male> it's like in the <Speech_Male> next couple of years <Speech_Male> but <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> It's exciting. <Speech_Male> I love that <Speech_Male> you said <Speech_Male> the conditions <Speech_Male> that seem to <Speech_Male> resolve as <Speech_Male> an effect of restoring <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> function or <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> something like that. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Because it's not treated. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Yeah <Speech_Male> but we've seen <Speech_Male> improvement <Speech_Male> of these certain conditions <Speech_Male> when we resolve <Speech_Male> that is <Speech_Male> the only counterpart <Speech_Male> Leonard Message to <Speech_Male> remove Sobek <Speech_Male> station in a top <Speech_Male> down manner. <Speech_Male> Prefrontal <Speech_Male> Cortex top-down <Speech_Male> so station <Speech_Male> as well so <Speech_Male> he removes interference. <Speech_Male> We <Speech_Male> should see a change in <Speech_Male> a variety of conditions. <Speech_Male> And now the <Speech_Male> research is GonNa <SpeakerChange> Macho with <Speech_Male> US missions are. <Speech_Male> That's awesome. <Speech_Male> Well <Speech_Male> I wanNA thank you so <Speech_Male> much we on the PODCAST <Speech_Male> In <Speech_Male> in the last minute <Speech_Male> or so I just want you to <Speech_Male> take a <Speech_Male> minute to share allegheny <Speech_Male> partying <Speech_Male> inspirational words <Speech_Male> to <SpeakerChange> the listeners. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> From around the world <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> can offer guys is at <Speech_Male> your <Speech_Male> what it means to be. <Speech_Male> Human is to to <Speech_Male> be in concert with <Speech_Male> one another. So <Speech_Male> we need people <Speech_Male> in our lines <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> we wouldn't play the game <Speech_Male> but lives matter <Speech_Male> or research <Speech_Male> or everyone <Speech_Male> look at the the idea <Speech_Male> that your practice <Speech_Male> as a social <Silence> outlet for yourself <Speech_Male> astle <Speech_Male> your patients half of their <Speech_Male> Social Alex. <Speech_Male> <hes> changing <Speech_Male> brain's changing lies <Speech_Male> and as we <Speech_Male> seek to remove cessation. <Speech_Male> We are truly changing <Speech_Male> in part lies so <Speech_Male> for all lizards <Speech_Male> here staff. <Speech_Male> Typewriters <Speech_Male> Reignite <Speech_Male> your passions get on <Speech_Male> board and <Speech_Male> less <Speech_Music_Male> up your game to <Speech_Music_Male> a chiropractic <Speech_Male> and that <Speech_Male> would be my take home message <Speech_Male> date. <SpeakerChange> Thanks <Speech_Male> that's awesome. <Speech_Male> Well everybody <Speech_Male> You'RE GONNA listen <Speech_Male> to this podcast lots <Speech_Male> of times because there's some <Speech_Male> amazing information out <Speech_Male> there and really <Speech_Male> let's get <Speech_Male> out there and <Speech_Male> restore curves <Speech_Male> and restore some lives <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and when you <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> do that <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> you can crush <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> the curse. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Thank you for <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement>

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"Referred from circles. Vine ICE CLARITIN's Algebra we can adjust the five six seven and help their pain and we can rub out the the the the upper traps and do massage. Whatever else we don't correctly the use of the upper circles fine we can't change their Lord doses which means the top down approach. If you'll correct top Keep on going on and going on now. Happens this discussion UNWRAP Head goes forward. So does the palace so the biggest causes low back pain is forward closer and then how many chiropractors like have been trained. This is not bid. They've been actually trained that if they have a little back game and no symptoms in the neck not to look at it. They probably not been trained very well. been to true concepts seminars. Heads Mark Functional neurologist OTC or something to write because that's because otherwise. Most of our schools get taught teaching segments right. We make eighteen years surplus fine conditions. Here's LUMBAR's fine. We're not using things like hell. Oxygen RE slacks. The writing reflects integrates. How we're supposed to have neurological function and bring your head in the right place when your basic life preserving reflexes and were given its due attention that we need to inside stuff is really article but it just went on and talk about you know when you have lost accenture thome you get closer to get to John's it. Changes and so most art with his needs to chiropractors. If we simply worked on focusing on restoring the surgical Kerr which again is not by adjusting. See Five six. Seven is by what we do or up. And that's what we gotta make. Note on is the upper circle size more by your Lord doses while the lower spies more about your side side murmurs. And that's key for us. Because we know you. And I both that we get a whole lot of soup of conditions paying upper trap middle back Blah Blah Blah and. We can conceal better. But we've also known for as practitioners for honest that doesn't necessarily restored. Kerr input someone over traction device but not engaged in the upper circle muscles in here saying put someone on attracting voiceless a circle pillow or Ichiro. Or whatever doesn't remove this use atrophy we've got our necks and with with the imaging is going on. We need doctors to learn how to promptly move the next to offset these changes that come as a consequence of technology which on a bigger scale is altered our thoughts beliefs perceptions ultimately our actions behaviors to the detriment of other people. Mrs Shoot so I don't sound too crazy if you will. But you can make a definite Correlation Association back to Your Circle Line health and your mental attitude especially towards others. Chiropractors yourself brand. You're great examples of of caring for others. Which is why you get your message out there so again. Kudos to you but we need to get more chart. I just understanding how we get occur in that light restoring. Occur you change so much of another individual's Yala Jim Health. That that's where research is focused on now. I just wanted to just alert. We don't have too much time to be able to go right into it but when you're talking about upper cervical a lot of times people are just thinking atlas and I wanted you just briefly describe some of the day's you're finding with Oxford. Yeah so we have to realize that if we go back to again no disrespect upper circle because they're upstairs right but we have to realize staff when we do. Our notation are documentations. We oftentimes say. See Oh yes. C One C two C three so we have recall that offered is the first articulation of the upper cervical spine. And not. Just see one. And there's a lot of mechanical techniques that address the atlas but aren't necessarily by listing and so from what we might add embryo logically is at the first muscle group to develop was the successful and in Utah Road. I input the nerve system was from December canals and that the SEM are not next flex irs because they neither written it or inserts whatsoever. They simply moved. The Oxford's is afford headlock. Head goes forward is the Oxford that extends the city. Cstn's extend the Alison axes so. You're seeing disused ashfeen solar panels while. You're hyper tonic. But is the OC support. That has been so excited. I and what we realized if we go back to our developmental studies and research and so forth is at the Occidental. Con dials are in the same plane of design as is the pull of the SEM as is the convergence of the is and you have until about between the ages of three and six as the brains making a migration pattern from right to left to make sure those condos line up properly so we need to make sure. We don't forget to look at the Oxford but we probably I think may chiropractors could use a little bit of an additional study on the Oxford in. I do have a preference for OTC in their approach and their assessment. Because there's a lot of things there we need to look at that. We got lot closer and just for people if they wanted to to to go. Two zero t seminars. What's the website? What information could get to that? Thank you so you can go to now. Might Website Brain D. C. Dot Org. They want to see a list of this semester I'm teaching and also to OTC health. Ed Dot Com..

Oxford Kerr Mark Functional neurologist OT CLARITIN accenture Yala Jim Health Mrs Shoot OC atrophy Correlation Association Head Ichiro irs John Cstn Alison
"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

12:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"For the answer. Which means the research follows the care research. Doesn't dictate care riled you and I evaluate a patient. We search for interference in that nation right. Yep The research should come after our care instead of before right and so the mess up in the model is we're now trying to validate our care approach with knowledge too many questions that come crosses variables or can founders. And that's where the mess of is so. We don't need a new model of research. We need to get back to read search right so when I take care of these Who turned test? Forty five degrees to the left with one meter. Answer displacement okay. I adjusted them in what happened. Well now he's standstill our research. You explain that because the research should follow Mike. Care yes big tate. What I can or can't do right. Because his heart writer. You are trained to remove celebration. You're trained to read the paper. Says Okay now. Justin three times one hundred percent news. Interesting Dr Kelli Hole on the PODCASTS. As well and he said that's why I said that's why it's so nice to get case studies because if we get case studies we see a really cool example of what. Chiropractic care did for someone and then if we have enough of those case studies that creates the questions to create a new research study. And it's kind of feeds itself in that nets executives ninety results out there for people to see and then research can come from that. And that's really how research evolved that I think. Sometimes we gotten Where we're living at the altar of research Evidence and research is Not Eminence research is only a triad of the evidence and is also from your clinical expertise and patient desires something. We're leaving out in making as a research was research equals evidence and it doesn't research is only a piece. That can be supportive. But it's not the end all and so that's why we look at papers like this is like okay. The scannings become hyper tonic in Fort. Head posture okay. What does that mean I mean? Now you're losing function of your neck. You got early agenda changes. While on carpet we call it so and so now we have to realize locate. How do we want to take care of that? Well is the next? Flex irs are becoming stronger. If you will than Executors we create a naked central program so the idea is getting back to using basic science to support our clinical applications and we develop our circle curb by looking up on over our shoulder but yet most congress you're doing leone circle to restore Kirk right well passive rather than active. Yeah so that's that's a mismatch of basic science so you don't really need research is going back to learn your diamonds. Algae and cement brianti and so we can easily Implement those type of changes in school curriculum overnight just needs to have so think the association's needed help influence what's being taught in a school in school levels. You will and so they are shooting can come out with a mentoring program with a better application of the information so the practice and that's one is missing when I find I think in the in the whole profession. It seems like legacy. I talked to being we have. We have the people who say their evidence based or the people who are basically More symptom based and then you have the more realistic harbor actors who are are looking for optimizing function but somehow the vital chiropractors have been labelled as spirituous or Or historians and the If there Melissa chiropractor a we need to evolve into the twenty first century which is quite a Larry. Because you just finished reading an article that just came this year which is cutting edge research on forward head posture that not any other profession in the whole world is doing not as that's what we do exactly and I think if I might go back to the brain if you will The left right rain is the less rain is a liar and with that means that is a practitioner. Doesn't understand the bigger picture or the vision. Which is your right. Bring the more likely to be was considered your doubting. Thomas is going to be negative. And they're going to want to try to beat down in especially lack of their own steam their own development of their own ability to care for others and so they're becoming very left brain analytical so much it could see the forest for the trees. I went back to this earlier. Thing about what's happening to our children is that they can't see the big picture right overwhelmed. You'll sometimes hear this phrase I am. I am drinking information from a fire. Hose anxious and so. Now what you're seeing is that you're seeing alive. These people who don't have maybe a really successful practice maybe don't have carry type of mentality. This is this is tricky. Because I don't Wanna I don't WanNA upset any listeners. But the gist is when you are social then you are healthier especially healthier in your right. Brain is your more pair sympathized side when you're still doubting why no one ever bites you to the Party and why you know your stuff typical somewhere ray. Your own than your brain is long as thoughts ranks goes. It's a whole lot easier. Here's here's the thing about bullying in our in our children right or ourselves asked the question research. Is it easier to tear someone down or less up in for most people? They'll tell you it's easier to tear someone down we've make out right. We even have. What's called smackdown? We don't have lifted up generally assume art exactly could be on the right side of your brain to do it for and grow our physiologists. We're on jarred in more animalistic more tearing into some war breaking down and this is our our health consequence and so people like yourself and others will and kills a great jazz well. He gets the bigger picture him case as your important will other researchers just WanNa analysis right chances are they're not practicing and I won't bother getting a whole bunch of names researchers who don't practice right now but you know what annoys. Bring it back to the chiropractor g because even as chiropractors if we like what I've known for my default was to fight the other side to show that the benefits radic. Yeah but that's left rained right so it it it it would. Even though it's tougher for us we need to make sure you try. Get into our rape rain and and support other chiropractors. They don't understand what this is rather than fight them right and I think if we have that fighting in the profession that gets us more lettering in it just slows down our progress. And you're actually right in. I guess some small way. I think this is my purpose in life is to help the Vision Orange. Chiropractor have the information that they need. Expectancy Ford mushers. You know it is about the nervous system and I think Maybe our weak links right and just going to say Ford head Osher. We can adjust the neck. Now we've got to create a movement pattern to now to support and we've got technology but we live at time away as well to reconnect with people so enough technologies all bad. It's just if that's all we do we're going to have troubles and Let me share with okay. Yeah that'd be perfect you have been more protests this is also This is really old this last month clinics in Orthopedic Surgery Two thousand eighteen. And let me just give you? This is a medical journal right if you're just here the titles or our listeners if you will impact that infiltration encircle extensive muscles on Circle Lord doses neck pain interesting anywhere. I do in the world I say. Hey chiropractors in your practice. What's the prevalence of a straight neck and almost invariably logo ninety percent? Yeah and Don. Let me ask you this. When's the last time he saw article that said? Hey from a straight neck and the general population is nine thousand. Nasa researcher. Not doing great but we could research tomorrow to create a public service announcement. She had a straight neck. See Your chiropractor. Yeah hundred percent. Anger would change things overnight if we just did what we do. Best writings article in a medical journal right so weakness. And here's the opening statement weakness of Serb accenture muscles cause losses doses which causes neck and neck alters. The let's apply to your frontal lobe altered your low increases alarm physiology known synthetic Donald's which causes TAPA cardia dizziness irritable bowel leaky. Gut Oriana Hypertension which no one man worldwide. I don't get why people don't understand no technical research researchers we need to restart it says you have neck anyways. So here's the funny thing about this article. Is We hear the term fat infiltration now whether you're in Canada or Texas. Here's the gist. An elected back to through because we like food right. What makes a good steak so tasty Audit fat the Fat Right. So we have fatty infiltration into muscle right national makes for tasty states. And so what? We're looking at the T. bone steak in the threats. Fine his science. So here's the gist. Is that when they're fatty infiltration in a muscle when I need to consider as disuse of that muscle hundred percent right? Now we take article on floored head. Osher from imaging and now we have increased strength of your flex irs. I have of your extensive. Yes what we lose. Our circle curve which now easily have chronic upper back neck pain. We've got smiling degeneration we've Disorders. You Got Ridiculous Patterns Entrapment Syndromes and there are conditions that people come in with until we correct Curve that they have a chance in hell for for health and so we can't let conditions and treatment dictate pace. You care otherwise. We're going to continue to have these. Frequent episodes is intermittent patient population. Which actually better. Which is buying time for the next edition exempt until we start taking care of people even the CPR instructor knows they should have sort blurred houses. That's funny ABC Right Airway Low Doses. Neck open the airway anyway here. Says here's what's interesting about this as well. The result suggests that fatty infiltration the upper circle extensive muscles has relevance the loss of circle or doses and infiltration the upper cervical cancers has relevant to loss of surplus doses. That's up here Sem So exit polls okay and then the fact that will trace in the lower sir. Books Dancers is associated with circles. Nine spine functionalist building so inevitable disc degeneration. We've all seen the SIF icy six Find the surgeries and so forth right. That's infiltrations in the lower so lower spine. Infiltration is SORTA find function. So that's our coronal plane right while Rotation so forth upper circles fine infiltration is more loss of the Lord Doses Rate Actually. Very important to US clinically. Yes we now see six. We might help. They're paying show exactly range emotion in their pain but we won't change their. What for Hypoxia. Exactly we're taking notes if you guys are driving right now. Listen to this podcast. You'RE GONNA be like I need to pause this water school. Stop Right now. Yeah I should put a warning at the beginning of this one police. Do not listen to this podcast but now you can see why so. Many of our patients who come in his upper trap upper back pain is.

neck pain irs upper back pain Mike writer smackdown Dr Kelli Hole US Justin Fort rape Nasa Larry Orthopedic Surgery SORTA Thomas Osher leone ABC
"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"And Respiratory Moss. Lactating patients were You'RE GONNA love this forward head posture other go so I like this now this. You'll don't see this as a chiropractic journals. I might sue but you know we see it now in the Journal. Science and in what this gets into the frontal lobe. One of the things that does is that it had gemstar. Scam's and so what we're seeing now is at two things. Is that what I'm under stress? was doing what decreasing function which means my inhibition is reduced as I increase my floor head activities strains which are might be. I'm also now furthering accident these muscles so now my sem galions are becoming steel cables if you will which is altering chemical unction on my neck and skull fide relationship which creates nickname dejected. Spondylosis disc injuries milestones. Shied is pain syndromes and goes on in so this is an interesting article that talk about the effect that secondary hostile deformities Entre Moore's have on lung capacity. Now what this means in a nutshell? When the head goes forward your chest expansion diminishes as your lung volume also diminishes which. Mesa auction that you would get to your brain and the rest of your body is also being diminished so now rates of volume go up and rest way rate is tied into cardiovascular system so indirect inference of this is patients Ford head. Posture will have cardiovascular disease rate so no-one killer in an worldwide cardiovascular disease or the carpenter might say or posture. Holy totally agree. I was just going to say just decide. No Lake just just knowing this You know there are you know. There's some chiropractors out there that think that if you have Ford head posher. It's not a big deal if they're a symptomatic and I was just wondering like if they learn that through school. How could they even learn that? Well I don't know the answer but also saying had opinion and the difficulty. It said that our universities have responsibility to maybe present some of this research. We're getting caught in an educational dogma. That a lot of our schools teaching students only to the level of national board exams and not gain this. This is two thousand eighteen. Breyer Creek from was developed. Fourteen years ago are gonNA miss out So it's really important again. Kudos for what you're doing in the listeners. Because cash need to have a place to go to get good information now I read probably seventy five to one hundred journal Articles. A week entered a bunch of books because to me. I WanNa know my information today. I see in so I sure if you because your readers now have an access to information that they don't have time to get in so when Alexis de Ford head of when we see had the title of an Article. We should have totally. That's that's our language. That's our lingo Starts OUT FOREHEAD? Flashers one of the most common musculoskeletal disorders associated with the use of imaging devices all right so technology and Ford head off shoot. At officer and technology means decrease brain function that now leads to hang between memory loss to dementia too. Arnson suit anti a depression to anxiety. Ain't got a whole host of things to start working with even at your chiropractor didn't know anything except however Musso So he is guided tigers. More certain at Hey. I don't understand all the science behind this but I know that that straight neck is not good when I think this goes to the point to sometimes like I know in Canada. We've they've gotten to some some challenges where they're advertising that we're treating conditions and I was just wondering European because it sounded like what we're trying to do is we're trying to basically restore optimum physiology and then and then we don't know exactly how that's GonNa turn out so I wonder if you could speak to that I can. And this is a part of our of a of a systemized approach in that just like when you and I took school way back when we took a book. And we'll say Manyara. Here's a chapter on the backs. Here is a chapter on the upper extremity. Here's a chapter on the lower extremity. Then he got into practice. Here's a person how I did it. Because we're not chapters. So particles start treating conditions we lose the ability to take care of a person is now. We're not looking at how condition developed and what went behind it and what's going to bring on teacher. Laws regained caught into for point three visits for mild neck pain but you person may have they may be toxic as well and their loss lower doses and forehead ushered. Shallow breathing elevate. Restaurant rates is what continues this ongoing cycle so they don't fit the four point three visit model truly becoming somewhat difficult because it's our approach to care knows the word their care and that is what's failing the people in so the more So specialized in our approach to treating conditions that right. Now you've got to hear all adjust you've got the neurologist events Zayed's fish she got. Everyone treats in one system as they learned in school and also that doesn't work or bode well for the patient at large and the tough or is that as a carpenter. We have such a mentality that we want to take care of people with chains when you've earned in on account your neck and then you're middle back in your lower back and adjust and removed so excited as I don't and then by the time you're done you're so free now going to well as opposed to just l four four times on the right for low back. Pain neck is still floored which means that. Low BECKY'S GONNA come back so now you really done anything for them but again a lot of people who don't know that your neck is our this is in the low back pain practice. Those patients are ones are getting kind of misled in. So it's a mess and this is where I'm seeing a healthcare as a whole is failing. The people if you were if you're looking at a business model healthcare would not be a successful model. It doesn't meet. The demands of the people are death rates. Going up on the list as we had last week Our life is lived in very poor quality so that people can retire and enjoy life. They are too unfit unhealthy and they spend their retirement from one doctor to another rage. And so on. We've got to get back to violence apparent says. Hey Noah just like our children what we do with. Our Children. Today sets the stage where they are. Young adults need worse self esteem. They need more self worth. Which again is that? Frontal Lobe right in age of technology simply just vertically scrolled through instagram. What did the twelve year old student learn that day from schooling zoo three thousand instagram? Thirty six videos. Nothing just felt bad about themselves comparing themselves to others That's what's happening. They're looking at everyone else doing something while they're simply watching their own self. Dying self worth is being compromise because when up some kind of structure on this and so that's what we gotta get back to the kids. It's coming back to mental illness. Issue that Which is very similar to the ICEBERG. On this one now just curious as effort question on if you're responsible to create the messaging for Chiropractic to the world here to to the general population. How would you? How would you wear that that message? Because we're not treating mental illness for not treating cardiovascular disease How would you vote localize what we do to the General? You poll what what I do is I want to say you know tonight is for example. When asked what do I do? I change lines now. What what do you mean esther? Well what I do as your nervous system in your nurses what takes care everything about you. So can cope today's world. But when I take care of you remove solicitation I may also influence your low back pain your neck and your headaches and also going to change the way you think about sayings in the way you feel about things so I'm going to take care of you as opposed to just treating condition so what we have to realize that we truly are nerve doctors or doctors nervous system so we look at people we need to assess what is their function and for example administrate neck and head off your means straight up. You have less than apple neurological function as evidenced by pick any one of these articles. I'm sharing with you when forward head posture. You know twenty years ago. We'd see Ford head boss alert or do we know much less astronomically did it was a son of it right now. It's it's leading the journals if you will because the association now between the next and your brain is highlight reel for practitioners today. And unfortunately chiropractors haven't really jumped on the bandwagon. Here now is. He received tremendous work But other disciplines now taking up on it and so the message the people behave and what the chiropractor is the ultimate lifestyle coach really before you start an exercise program. Let me take a look at you. Make sure your functional moves where it needs to be A. Hey let's take a look at your food. Make sure you have functional medicine Uncle Diet in. Oh by the way. Let's nature above all that we looked out of your nervous system and we knew that my checking the spine in a top down matter and we can do as well. And that's what needs to happen because again you know. You don't develop diabetes overnight. It didn't develop muscle weakness overnight. These are human effects of longstanding subway station and from the get-go early early on was about interference in the function of the nervous system. And that's all gone back to total and I think that's that's probably the challenge in research. So do you think there needs to be a new model of research developed. Because like you said when you have individuals in a research study they all have a totally different environment so they're all going to respond somewhat differently to care so it's Kinda hard to save this for sure. Works on this on so is there. Is there a different model or or what you think would be would be vital types of research? The chiropractic needs to focus on. What when you look at is more and more about livestock outcomes of patients under Chiropractic care for my own practice. The station said I had to have been taken care of now for nearly thirty years. Have an entirely different level of illness or disease other patients do when I get a new patient comes in. It's forty years old. They've got hosting of things storing up. Who'S BEEN UNDER CHARACTER FOR THIRTY YEARS? They're done great. They get a bounce back within a couple of weeks and and so research is simply the search for an answer riding his. The root word research is search. Yes good we're going to be searching for an answer but what's kind of key about this on a play on words?.

Ford neck pain Spondylosis Respiratory Moss Entre Moore Canada Alexis de Ford musculoskeletal disorders Breyer Creek dementia officer muscle weakness Manyara Mesa diabetes Zayed Ai solicitation
"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"On and on and on but this right now just look at hypertension from interesting to be a big issue world right so while strengthening emotional ambitious responses to the Midland Basil Gangrene so chronic stress reduces the didn't drink growth of the prefrontal cortex so is reducing or changing front low while actually increases. Our alarm sauce is algae now for you and I guess what our biggest stressor areas where you think our biggest wrestlers today not moving al share the sleeping dismissed brain drain the mere presence of one smartphone. There you go reducing our cognitive capacity now. I know you love cell phones I do. And and here's what kind of getting to is that you and I would never think of a self was being addictive. The what happens is fortunately and we're very blessed where we live and so forth. Our biggest stressor is whether or not I need to get on facebook or an email or an instagram or snapchat. We're almost stressed out. If we can't check it or have access to so what? This article on neurobiologist stress is all about. Is that when we are stressed? Economy Consensus stress is changing. Our judgments is changing. How we think so. What we'RE DOING. We're getting more and more into chronic stress. Which is changing how. Our brain is wired. So now we're almost feeling we have to get up at night check our email or check our smartphones for whatever it is and again. It's not all about this or because we may talk about tech snacking. Dislocated he's not knickknacks. Not that the technologists ban is that it's affecting our health and we need to figure out what to do and it's GonNa take a healthcare provider. Who understands the brain to to do something with that in so when we look at this is that it goes all through? Here's at trauma. During childhood can be particularly. Devastating can have lifelong consequences. Exposure Distress Markley impairs executive functions of high of Frontal Association cortex while simultaneously strengthening primitive emotional response of the so. What that means for us is guess. What the number. One disability in the world today is mental illness. The fastest growing demographic right now is suicide in our fifteen to twenty four year old kids. What's happening is that we're living in. An Age of anxiety and depression were stressed out of our ever loving binds. If you will. And we don't know what to do and it's not take a chiropractor to put their hand on spine who calms a patient with their voice. Is this. Hey not today. We'RE GONNA START LIFESTYLE MODIFICATION program in. Here's what we're going to take care of you because we talk about post traumatic stress disorder anxiety and a twelve year. Old is they're very same. Physiologically is so. We're seeing this structural rewiring. Her brain actually be on alert. More easily lots. You stressed out because you're easygoing loving China guy. You're not so stressed what's happening. You and I did grow up with a smartphone. Kids nowadays have smartphone screen access at six months of age so anxiety levels are heightening at a rate fashion. We've ever seen before in so healthier buyers especially chiropractors need help to Hainault up. People can't do it on their own because they're not thinking this way. Not that we're stupid is said our frontal lobe being rewired which cheese late Way We think so. We don't think not on for five mile run we go. I don't have time I gotta go home and check my email. I've gotTa do this and go do that. I got this work project. I don't have time for anything other than being simply melded into my technology. And so it's great stress that we can take anti-depressants. We can take anti anxiety drugs but it's not make a move anymore and so it's great so Patterns that are creating and I'll show you craig. Changes in our spine is not creating journey to changes in creating a loop cycle that is a positive physical wind up but a negative outcome for our patients. And now what normally would be a stress or a twenty five thirty year? Old is a stress on the ten year old so this is just a really good articles. Start understanding the changes in the brain that takes place with stress. The prefrontal is just goes on and on. It's it's really hard to get it to us. Call working memory and for Unite Working Memories about what we're doing on day-to-day basis Explicit and implicit and explicit is things ahead. You're conscious attention which you have to think about. Is that when we're stressed out? We are losing part. Attentional focus John Lewis. We don't we. Don't forget how to drive a car. We don't forget how to use it for we own. Yeah I got prioritized this over here. In other words we have trouble in the vision board up because we don't know where to start and so it's it's a self replicating anxiety disorder and basic sometimes your word Paralysis by analysis. So we get so caught up in. The research is so caught up and the details that we can't even see that. Hey there's person over here regain research articles about the brain this that and everything else like okay. Well you still got to say. Hey you know what? There's a person on the other side is paper that I'm going to be able to take care of in person. Look at my face in his tone of voice before they're going to set my care. So that's what I liked by the work was Bruce Lipton or Bruce McEwen or these journals is A. Hey you know what we get back to being caring in its Towards each other so it's a great great article against was going to say that that also brings it back to the chiropractor too because we're talking to a lot of chiropractors how they've got burnt out because they got busy and then they kinda stopped doing self care and then when we have a frontal lobe. That is that is altered in. We have a harder time getting that message across and we're less effective too so that just applebee's it on steroids. How much we as chiropractor right? That's exactly right. That's a perfect description because it's a healthcare providers stressed out. He's GonNa Struggle Bill Office. I think for you and I in eighty to your listeners is the best way to identify. Your practice is identified your current care. Plan yourself right because it's we aren't getting higher. Friday care in lifestyle modification support in. We all need to coach today. That's just the bottom line. Is We all do and what you WANNA call an accountability or best friend or coach or lifestyle mentor? We all need just. We're missing that man so you can't. You can't not have that your life and then go chocolate at someone else's very well turn Sir but doing that actually makes us more social. Which has the benefit of improving our prefrontal cortex which helps us to overcome. Stressors totally war. I can talk to you. Lean on you you lean on me the more. I don't need my phone anymore. They're studying not too long ago. It was a gal that yet. Survey of four thousand millennials. Sixty five percents believed that they have an emotional response with their cell phone while an emotional relationship while that day that issue because that's their lack so we start seeing things like the the echo from Amazon or the chrome box. Now you've got Syria. You've got elected as telling you that we're becoming more antisocial and more anxious and there's there's a problem that we still need each other would you would you say would you say to. It's kind of the the human's innate drive for connection that A cell phone is kind of like the easy way out. So if you think of connection is like food The cell phone would be like a snickers bar and actually one on one getting out and actually spending time with people would be more of lakes but salad. You're absolutely right and what's happening with this is at the more we go for the snickers or the smartphone. The more were devolving. Yes the more. We're creating a neuro Consequence in the frontal lobe. And that's about this papers that we're seeing you know. We'll talk about won't fire a pathway. We increase the number of connections in those connections are must go bend rights and what we're seeing. We're seeing a decrease in frontal connectedness by virtue of atrophy or we're seeing an increase in dendritic growth Yeah so which is why we're becoming more and more likely to have stress response if you take the smartphone away from us that we took our best friend. And that's the scary chains that our children are starting to grow up with and again you know I'll just tell you just for reiteration then I'm going to worldwide is mental health and for people who are who believe chiropractic are early works typewriters and early successes to place in Sanitarium Rebecca put our hand and say hey you know what I'm GonNa go through this journey with you. I'm GonNa Take Care of you. Put Your hands on what we had to assert his tigers when I put my hands on you and your spine and remove solicitation that I know it's not a doubt I am activated neural pathways to your frontal lobe. That will make you a better person after this adjustment than you were before you did this care as well as do. I lay down skull totally and and that's I think that's what you're talking about too is that now there are getting. There is getting research out there where we're actually demonstrating the adjustment. And and it does lay up your brain absolutely and You know it's kind of like okay. That questions been Ashford and nounce move on and what we need. We need more Congress decides to get on with it right. Yeah And that's so. Let me move away from this article. Will I think Winston made here? Is that under neurobiologist stress our frontal lobes de connecting in our alarms urologists up brands. And so we turn that around one of those loans that is is our children are almost be raised in a state of PTSD so we tend to think of PTSD. Is Our our war veterans being our military being overseas bath or will things happen. We'll see now's at Oracle vent to a veteran. Maybe a test to a twelve year olds in school rate responsiveness. Oh now These childhood traumas which are nothing more than you know you had three dollars on snapchat are crazy physiological events that are mimicking horrible. Dangerous for Might kind of bring it back down a little and this was in the Journal. Physical Therapy Science Against really old papers. Two thousand eighteen hat Cutting it it's the old star so three towns Correlation Between Pulmonary function.

PTSD facebook Frontal Association John Lewis anxiety Bruce Lipton Markley Ashford Winston executive Congress Syria applebee Oracle solicitation Bruce McEwen Amazon depression
"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

11:25 min | 1 year ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"Recently. Doctor Michael Hall is my. He's like my us like my my go-to man if I'm like stuck with something. He's he's like rains and I've had him up to Evanston and we probably had put on private ten or twelve or I think even more seminars with him and brought him to Edmonton brought him to to Toronto We've just work together with him and and he's really helped shape a lot of the stuff. I do in my practice so I'm super excited to share this conversation with everybody Bater dance. I fear news noise very welcoming crowds. It's Grouchy Share on a good information in a wealthy life changing for our patients. That's going to be awesome. And the Nice thing about this podcasts. Were all over the world right. So there's everybody down to the UK to To the United States and all that stuff so so I wanted to start off with because we always have this bud. Buzzword in Chiropractic is you have to be listed chiropractor or you have or you are an evidence based car proctor. And I want to get your opinion on. Why'd you have to be one or the other and what? What are your thoughts on that? That drives me crazy that We could be here for a few days. But here's a couple of things that they go to to work on as you know in a large part we want to know that what we're doing is real and it's been researched if you will and defined and and so forth as a chiropractor we understand it. When a joint doesn't move properly I sub would save then there's an alteration of function now. What is that function is it? Changing muscle is it. Changing slow is a change in brain function. And what we've done now through years we've done more and more research on the effects of subway station and now we have researched the adjustment now. Also Affects Muscle Affects Imaging changes in brain also affects the brain. So now we're in a real interesting part of healthcare because for the most non. Here's the facts. Healthcare worldwide is failing. The people That's the big deal about some organs. Sicker congest cardiovascular disease is the number one killer man world wide especially hypertension hypertension of which ninety percent is considered to be non pathological and preventable. So what what is going to do? And so we're in a big pickle because paper game more diabetes. More strokes were heart attacks. Were FAILING THE PEOPLE WAR ON WORLDWIDE BASIS? So something has to give what happens. Is We start pointing fingers each other? Well when I do is better than you and Blah Blah Blah acts are. We're off failing miserably until we get a message together. And the facts large. When you're spies in alignment your brain functions veteran. Your health is better in. That's the simple facts in support today. Time is it. You said it's huge thing. On the science of happiness it should be in every chiropractors office but not just the carpenter every healthcare provider. So we've got to realize that it's really not about research because research inuits show is very slow in other words. If I'm going to take care of patient I gotTa Take Care of all. The baggage in luggage comes along with that patient. I think she's got a background about task. They've got a future. They got a day. It can't be. Oh here's the research about their spines on t four. It's about the united and if we look at basic communication if Market Research on communication most recommendations reach other doesn't occur through the media our words it occurs to the tone of voice facial expression so patient education will. What about Dr Education? You know Patients WANNA go somewhere. That they know someone cares for them and but but anyway on lawsuit short We're not doing the job that we need to do. For the populations of people worldwide and Healthier Diet Change Right now. Chiropractic is poised to be that change agent worldwide. That's got half we don't necessarily need more surgeries. Don't exactly need word tribes. We need lifestyle. Changes what we're getting into is that we're we're getting so removed from what those changes should be. We're GONNA HAVE CREATE RENAISSANCE PERIOD. All over again as order should be. We lead our lives. This podcast is wonderful example. What needs to actually communicate with people to talk to. It's genial conversation about Weiss in about healthcare and about chiropractics. You can't be here's the thing when someone says. Hey Dr Hog key had a research article for that. It almost tells me if they don't read research to begin West right at someone else's house today we'll see how. How do you know we're supposed to walk every day and I just Kinda Plaza? What did you really just ask that question? I said you've got two legs. So what do you think therefore right over a will yeah? Yeah we'll of course they want and so when we don't use our legs we don't walk around we get back pain and we have problems that you know. You shouldn't really need a research paper for that. So you know we look at. I was in England not too long ago and the average Briton walks less than a half mile a day less than half in the states. We're still counting steps with the Fitbit Analytical GonNa have ten thousand desperate day but they're not reaching that but just realized ten thousand deaths per day is roughly forty percent of our need so We're struggling our standards are struggling to what needs to happen in so More than research really is a little bit of a weight. Might just say literacy and if you read the cardinals higher education several years ago. There's a paper in the United States fiction. American athletes was considered to be illiterate. Now illiterate. Doesn't mean you can't read is if needs you struggle to comprehend read a research paper we have to realize that research papers trying to answer a question. It's not a panacea of health is simply looking at a question. Does the sun rise the now the research To answer that question. But it doesn't tell you if the if the sunsets so It's difficult in research in. We're struggling to ask the right questions to do the right research. And that's where that's where we're at today because there's really no money to be made if you start walking more everyday in Healthier right there's no drug for that right and You Know Autism House up to one in thirty six. No one must really address the stress long as stressed environments on catecholamines stress or Known to talk about stress although we realize in Congress sciences at stresses implicated in nearly ninety percent of all chronic illness. But no one wants to make the diagnosis. So I've got some great research kind of share with Uday that though we can have some point on the topics gay. Because here's what I WANNA do is talk a little bit about the research. That's out there that you're excited about for the all the analytical people and they don't want to just talk a little bit about the backbone of why like how chiropractic would would relate with all that and then we'll get out to the stuff at the end there too. Yeah sounds great and I really appreciate because the whole idea is. The research doesn't matter if we CAN'T CHANGE LIVES RIGHT. So the research should only make generally increase our certainty about what we offer and the value to people today. Even when people don't realize the value we have to be on guard on purpose at all times right so show me some exciting research for it. Will it will try to solve the analytical out there that like temporary arch. I need information. Let's LET'S DO I. Okay Okay let me show you know. It's a couple years old now. Neurobiology of stress. Which is one of my favorites if you want and is in. Here's the gist. It's fun about research rice a week. No that's an a pediatric model. That children are blunt this Bagel sauce out front right now. Allow the PREFRONTAL CORTEX to grow. Ended up that Cortex is understood throughout the world as our executive center. That's air we make decisions with. Its air that we have good value. Systems. That allows us to dampen inappropriate behaviors. Sometimes you know you WANNA say a bad or fund lives as as you don't do that or bad action or infelicity is our frontal lobes right so to get into this article what you realize that our frontal low is what allows us to actually be humane actually allows us to be human and different than other animals rights we actually have free will but advising about free will is not that you always get do what you want but recognizing what is know what you don't feel free real free will and free choice only exists when there's a consequence to saying no you lock you. WanNa think three will choices. We'll do what I WANNA do is like no. Is that when I have a choice to make between what is right? What is wrong? That's what free willits and so that's that's interesting because that just reminds me of like for example like a dog right so if a dog has a has a an impulse they just do it exactly and so when we have an impulse we do have a frontal lobe that we can filter through to to to not do it and that actually will differentiate. Us exactly what it is because you have for example. Here's a big butterfinger candy bar. And here's a cops out of your folks says way. It should have the top sound but your frontal lobes not working very well. You go for January The dog goes whatever's in the ball yet right now so it's very interesting because now what happens. Is this lobe of our brain taken huge? It now just for a sidebar. Basic Science tells us that when we move the neurological pathways especially from our legs. The dorsal bench will spinal cerebellar tracks provide the primary sensory input to our Sara Bellum and our frontal Lopes slick sets the tone what this is all about to the chiropractor so we realized that it's fine healthy when when there's free of civilisations and we are active. We have the best choice or best chance and having a healthy frontal lobe. Okay now this journal is the neurobiology stress should tell so people. There's a journal okay. Great so it's the effects of stress on exposure on this excess stress exposure on prefrontal cortex translating basic research into successful treatments. Cab Garard right. Yes you if you want to some hacking sanity case we might want to It hold it so let's just Basic research is founded high levels of catecholamines. These are stress hormones that are released during stress rapidly pair top-down cognitive function of the prefrontal CORTEX. And here's the change. So it impairs the prefrontal cortex but it strengthens your alarm response rate. So now what happens is when we don't have a good functioning prefrontal cortex we are. More affected from a sympathetic dominance or a stress. And with this means to us is earlier we said. What's the number one chiller man? Worldwide high blood pressure for unite X. called sympathetic dominates. Frontal lobe is not functioning the ability to inhibit..

United States Market Research Doctor Michael Hall Toronto Evanston Edmonton UK cardinals Congress Dr Education carpenter Dr Hog Weiss Sara Bellum Uday England willits executive
"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"Podcast for chiropractors. I'm your host. Dr Dawn McDonald author of the bestselling Book Yonder Dog Curson Weekly. We will be interviewing amazing chiropractors from around the world signing out how they made their alley ship. If you're chiropractor the either wants to move your practice away from treating meaning conditions or if you just WanNa stay inspired this podcast for more information on Hashimoto's lease visit. Www DOT Dr John McDonald dot com. And I hope you enjoy the show. Hello podcast listeners. Hope you're doing well this week again. Welcome to the vitality shift for chiropractors. I decided what I'm GonNa do. Today is also going to do another throwback and there is nothing to do this throwback because this is our second top downloaded episode over the last two years and almost six thousand downloads on this one and and this is from my mentor. Doctor Michael Hall and there isn't that I wanNA play. This song again is just because this is so important were doctor. Michael Hall Will Review Three Different Research articles because right now in Chiropractic you know the big thing is about evidence based And if I think if we open our mind to looking at the the actual correct evidence and using our brain and developmental physiology. We understand the huge benefit. We can provide our people when they're under car practic air so I'm going to Have this episode play. This is about a fifteen minute episode. And it's so full gems I listened to it actually a couple times analyst again because just I think we can keep coming back to this because this helps the increases certainty for Chiropractic so I hope you enjoy this as you can tell. We've now Decrease the episode frequency down to every two weeks brandy..

Dr Dawn McDonald Dr John McDonald Doctor Michael Hall Michael Hall Hashimoto analyst
"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"And again, you're the hate mail, because the weight loss program a revenue stream. So now we can make more money. But we haven't changed their lives. Right. Made money off of their weight loss gonna put back on him. Three to five years, and read the studies journal nutrition, mostly people put on the exact amount of weight or more within two to three years. So you know overall it's, you know it's, it's the diet approach isn't winning. It's about lifestyle change. It's about perspectives about, you know, a lot of people are putting on the way or not exercising, or stressed out because there's something in the world that they're not trusting. They're not trusting their relationships, not trust in their practice procedures, and it creates fear in that drives him back into temporal over the anxiety pathetic. You can't you can't maintain your metabolism matter. There's where the mess comes from in. So as we as we begin to change their lives in bring them back in his brand new sets allow giving them things that can get them confidence, and things that they can understand in process, and then do, and then typewriters need to hold themselves accountable for the same things. And then then you gotta home run because just like in your practice you did stand, and you got excited about it. And now your office is that went to the staff to the patients and I it's. Near the things that I do the same things I show, my patients has no, what you do for exercise. Wanna know what you eat. They wanna know what you know what you do. And that's. Exactly. All right. Well. No, no, no. I, I see that time, by the way make yourself what you just said. Michael Lebel bull Sex's. He's, I think that like, because a lot of our work is, is done with the way that people think it's always, I I'm always thinking I'm always thinking chicken rage, h Greg, and so I don't really know what you was Wednesday. But I do know that the way that people perceive, their world changes the biochemistry of the brain and the body interferes Yala Judy. And then vice versa. So then they ended up getting into this awful maladaptive sort of cycle of sinking behaving and thinking of behaving, and unless there is a control delete in that are why we spent so much time on the adjustment because I control all delete in that moment, if he's sort of is bright missed to the brain for a second. But then we always talk about sustained dis in our office, which is more than that immediate es in that sustained these really is a matter, what people do when they leave you and it goes moves you away from. For both sexes in per project. We're not gonna fix. That's why. I'll make you lose weight. And I'll fix this, then I'll cure this, and I'll just doesn't work because from people's perspectives, they have to be able to tap into their own potential and their own ability to do the work. And there is steamed then comes from not like you said temporal Batty, but it comes from actually doing the work and doing it often knocking repeating at wall enough, where they start to become proud of themselves or actually, I count holes through on things than I do find that is really for chiropractor, male or female, both in their health journey, but also new practice success, the only way it sustainable that nobody's gonna give you that. And so, I think that, that is that's a really important point that I just wanted to drive home for his up on March, just to follow on that is that just recently in brain research. There was a paper done that people who actually claim their own house, were happier. Yeah. Yeah. Or were happy enough, their own as they could take your self esteem. That's exactly what you're on was improved. Wednesday Jinping sells the fried fish. This last or changing fishing when you see it, you do it yourself. It makes a difference totally. All right. Well own. Thank you guys for being on the HUD, girth podcast for breaking the underdog. Cursor chiropractors. Thank you very much. I just last couple of minutes last couple minutes here. Brian got new Harding words of wisdom. Impressive press did it in the time. Because I that's impressive that we could we. You off. That's true. Well, I mean, this could be like a fifty an hour program, right? I mean it's to try and get it all into two hours. It's talk. What I, I think, for me just key is sort of what, what we've been doing. And I think what we learn from you like, is that, you know, somebody's life is a result of their habits their behaviors of end. Those all come from the way they think, and until somebody really has the ability to change the way. They think those habits some behavioral changes favorably. I think for us, if we can start to do some of the work ourselves, we then have an expectation for people that is realistic right now. I think we expect our people do stuff that we don't do, and that's unfair as grew it, and it list frustrating practice, and we start to judge people yet were doing what we need to do. So I think it's really the health of a practice really helps from the health of a character, and I don't not just physically. I mean emotionally spiritually relationship in parenting and not just can't. Translated the practice. So I think that is like you said, a training program for chiropractors to me is not just physically by just hallway are as people showing up every day and caring for other people is so like we do podcast, point castle. Not. So I, I'm glad that we had chance to talk much. They like little words of wisdom for all the underdog nation out there. What next say Don is that, you know, you in Brian, these podcasts, obviously showing the downloads, but you want, if you're listening to this podcast, there needs to be twenty thousand downloads in a word share with all your colleagues, because what's being taught here is is truth. And this is a great time to be a typewriter in what we're coming into the neurology support that we need is, is how we think, is how we learn is how we live and that translates into your practice in so this is this is a good conversational topic for so many people. So if anyone's listen, just no shoot. There sounds of ten fifteen other people in, we need to put this professional on fire. Though, humbled against always to be involved with both you guys like you guys in quite a journey quite ride. So. Mike also just give your your content for your website so that people can find out where you're speaking around the world, because we have people listening all over the place. So if you give your contact info absolutely website is rain, DC dot org, and you can reach me acohol at Randy's dot org reteach program called unction Raji for practicing tire factor. And in timing tag team. So go, there check it out where all of the US in Europe and Australia. So empty and police said, all hate mail to doctor, Michael hall. Just let us put an envelope and set. Ross is he was mentor at the beginning. So that's his fault. Right. So. Okay. Well, thank you so much for being on gas. A everybody'll dare I won't be shuttled tell you guys because you've been listening to this podcast. I think we're up to like two hundred sixty thousand dollars as since we started overall, and we've been.

Brian Yala Michael Lebel US Michael hall Jinping Europe Greg Ross Australia Don Mike Randy Raji Harding two hundred sixty thousand dol three years five years two hours
"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"So the chiropractor needs a physical, fitness and strength measure. Because otherwise if you and I are designed to exercise for strength and endurance in who's holding us accountable. And so you got a lot of out there now having testosterone pellets putting their gluts in a variety of things, but they still got tone of a Donut. Totally. It's true. At also, you know, we see a lot of so, you know, don't send hate mail. We are generally speaking about men and women. We are not talking twenty rule. You're not talking individually about men or women because many going gonna send a hate mail that saw my experience. We're well aware. We are talking generalities because cast, and that's always can do on a punt chest, but a lot of the bills we worked with love, milk approaches, we worked with not only have that low that low tone 'cause they don't exercise anyone. They don't have any lean muscle mass. They actually like dramatically hurt themselves. So when L A doubt they have torn shoulders torn rotator costs like blow their little back blown a rudder bull calves Zo liquid gets it tends to be not that again, not the female archers haven't physically hurt themselves south, but we find they tend to be more in that like you said that we're auto immune. Road. And we actually found the milk are actors on a lot of our friends of how life physical injuries when adjusting his cortisol breaks down your tendons, ligaments, and so the male who doesn't exercise but is under stress. Whereas all is damaging to your joints, your legaments two capsules to your tenants, so geyser profoundly more likely to have orthopedic conditions in the nothing about that. Do we Dr dawn? What, what you talking about is talk. Oh I hurt myself adjusting, like no, you didn't hurt yourself. A judging you hurt yourself when you're stressed out and not working out. Good reframe for everyone. Like the big accident comes as they hurt their neck. Because he's talked on the pillow raw. No, no. He didn't it wasn't the Bill. So it's actually the exact same refrigerant good us next time by Dr air pressure is not working out and really not taking care of themselves at all. And then their strikes in there. They end again, male or female, the stories today. High rate fatigue time internalizing though, perspective. It's, it's the same story just manifests itself somewhat differently in the war guy gets out of exercising more temple, he becomes the more exclusive he has not give back into it in the mail version of drill, fatigue, or exhaustion is low testosterone. Right. It'll out our primary way for Don. I out of it is to basically sort exercise in promotes the males. Whereas the females, we might put on super nutrition, most, the males actually needed to start exercising. Are exercising again, aerobically on graduate scale will tend to start eating better as resulted the pride in their workouts. Let also I think your results, right. Because I stopped that results orientated. They see that we'd have a bit of a difficult conversation with a really good friend of ours, who that has happened to a couple of friends of ours who ended up getting like quit severe like hernia. And like did not, we'll be get randomly nobody's random hurting, but he gets an idiopathic hernia Mike, that you can't even you can't even subscribe to our philosophy and then say that came out of nowhere like it doesn't work that way on TV. Splitting the bible speaks, like it's just it's missing. Ms was that after dinner. So I wanted to do this, the chiropractors because you'd never say that to practice even oath at. So we're not why that happened. But if it's up to us, when it's so weird. I don't know why that happened. But from the extra you can see exactly why it happens to somebody who doesn't take your it's a male Ebola males. We know Joe take care of themselves. They work L, but like you said, are, there were sufficient and actually doing what they're supposed to date? My guess would be no with no one's measured them. Right now in fairness, MRs is difficult, especially with the higher volume practices. Right. Is your notions? Especially doing some side offered. You gotta have some, some good owed leaks. You gotta have some bit adds. He should have a good core. And not in somewhere down line. You're going to have a problem. I choose us analogy tons of time to when you when you work in a high volume practice for awhile, you're basically professional athlete, because not only do you have to be physically on and physically there. But you have to be mentally sharp and you have to connect to people all at the same time. And it's not like you can take a break when they're in front of you. You're on lake twenty four seven so it's like it's like a it's almost like a double intense amount of energy that yet, used not only physically, but also with your mind. Here's, here's something I've been working on for the law. Now, you guys see how you think it is to our listeners is at eighteen zero hockey player, you would train to be what lucky hockey, if you want to run a marathon, he would train runnin marathon play basketball you train in. So when we take care of the hockey player our goal usually is to get them back to playing hockey. Right. I asked you, if you're going to be a chiropractor. How do you train to be a chiropractor special chiropractic training program? Insane tape won't be a staff in the office. You need to have an exercise program that prepares you not have the possible false afford head off show, shoulders, and so forth. So as chiropractors renewed put together a program. Ourselves. Oh, as otherwise, especially the male chiropractor doesn't know where he's going it works. Okay. I go to gym I show up now art. Yeah. If I'm sixty years old should I have a two hundred fifty pound bench or not should I be able to run a seven thirty mile or not nowhere to I'm gonna go work out. Otherwise, I'm just gonna show up the treadmill and ramp it up and watch sports center. We're going to tell you that they worked out or one guy wants you were. He were killed for forty five minutes. You just stretched and then left. Yeah. You're out man, especially as at man who don't work out or don't have an athletic background. And to just kind of show up and do what they see doing or they'll go join class and kind of folly, but they don't really know where they want to go going by brand new kind of started off is that if we don't know where we're going been were anxious yet is now I, I work out, but I still have high blood pressure workout that my prostate the size of cantaloupe. I work out at my testosterone levels are low. I don't understand now. I'm frustrated now you know sleep apnea. I've got a variety of issues. And that's when we, we, we need a guide them in so chiropractors need to have carpet need to have a training program that prepares them to be a great chiropractor. So you can't see five hundred week in have a post your dealt. I know don't know you're gonna blow out into your couch. We see it, right? Those, but I don't think we've been asking ourselves these questions as chiropractors because now when people, you know, we'll ask what you do. How do you train to like trained to be a chiropractor? Oh, what does that look like say, we'll hear the ten things I do. Here's the ten metrics that I go through. And so, in just like if you have, you know, a staff person desists the front desk. All right. She doesn't need to do a lot of Adwork's, Newsday more oblique work. She also needs to do more post your shoulder and extender in works. She needs an exercise program to address in target bows, areas as long as our head, or doesn't really matter if we put on traction device, get just if she goes right back to the desk consists. Down for ten on her chest. Not make progress what we know from a brain perspective, is that the term neuro plasticity means that if we're going to remove a subway station, so a joint can move, and they're gonna have to have a program in which they are moving in what, what we've noticed in today's world as chiropractors in this, everything's begun more paperwork, orange and so forth were not getting the activity that we need. We gain more stress. Well the window to stress is activities. And so it's like having your spin class activity in social group is a home run. But again, people are looking for, you know, you see people on a lot of coverage. Now trying out, you know, weight loss in their office like. Okay, so now you dropped thirty pounds and what happened. Did you push go up? Is your bench better digitize, Josh horrible outrages loosen white? Because this your drills or thyroid or any healthier, you know, what's amazing to me with some of those before, and after pictures that I see adults than hate mail of this is you. But I just want you to look at some of the pictures, I notice that the before, and after pictures what, what actually what I notice is how much more significant I can see their flex. Dull moment, posher when they have lost thirty pounds about on was like obviously, it was like that before, but now they have no not an end. You can see how like their postures are toward shifts in those attributes that might be slimmer. But you could tell their brains are dying from the inside out like it just it that is the one thing I really actually noticed those weather being done in a car by Dukakis because they're just looking for something in it again like you said, because who's leading them in their mind that seems like the right thing to do people can drop pretty quickly, it will be healthier for them. But that that is a little bit like. Let's get some symptom real quick. But is that really what the issue is? Here's what it also does in any given. I'll reiterate, nice don't seem hate mail. We're, we're saying that loss of this. The same. Is that if someone distracts thirty pounds that doesn't mean healthier, right? But now they're motivated to be lose more weight. Now you're just driving temporal vanity. I mean there's there's, there's reason why the phrases that happy. Not thin grim. Right. Yeah. Way. But they only look at sells more in the mirror, and which they're still serving others, not driving. Prefrontal cortex. And they haven't removed the barrier that got him there in the first place. And so this is where we get into the yoyos and so forth. Misses a difficult because it does bring out the Ford had Pasha the tethered cord that you're going continents in what happens is something breaks down in also they put fifty pounds back on. Yeah. Can't active. Well, a lot of these diet. Things are out there right now are just take these pills, extras at all. Like. Like. So you need to be I you would be where you're at. Because if you just take the pills lose the weight, you haven't changed your perspective of how you view life. This is particularly a bigger deal with male chiropractors. And again, you're the hate mail, because the weight loss program a revenue stream. So now we can make more money. But we haven't changed their lives. Right. Made.

testosterone hockey cortisol Dr dawn hernia lake twenty Don Ebola Ms Joe Mike Newsday Dukakis Josh Adwork thirty pounds milk two hundred fifty pound forty five minutes
"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

10:44 min | 1 year ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"And, and now I think we're going to be talking to, you are breakers. Yes, you listening to this five s right now we're talking to you and Brian, maybe you can expand a little bit or on. Why we wants to kinda get this combination together for today? I, I didn't really know what we are. The top two was number one. I was like I talked to my. So then, really the similarity I'll be there, totally different, but then team, I think, like twenty different things obviously, but I think this team is, is that in with Michael's episode he's talking about how important it is to restore that cervical kurban. What happens when lose it and the impact of that on somebody's physiology, and in minor talking about the impact of stress, long-term stress on, really being pathological in long term relationships because people's brains don't work properly. So then they ended up being in relationship with one another, but they're braised over properly is pretty hard to build a sustainable long term health relationship with lotta healthy brain. And so I think this, I think similarities were really around just the impact stress has on all of us, and we spent a lot of time talking about how we can help our people. But I think in over the last couple of years in all the mentorship, we've done, we've actually way more time working with tyrod actors. On their level of awareness about how much stress they're under. And how much it's actually impacting their ability to view the world, properly byu, the stimulus at hand, not the percents. Perceive scary stimulus as it impacts, like everything impacts, our health impacts relationships in impacts our practice their staff members as pretty hard to make sustainable changes in your practice, when your brain doesn't work properly. So I think I thought today will be cool to talk about that as it relates to all of us not all not about the people. This is really what does it mean to all of us because I think if we can a healthier than we're gonna have held your practices in healthier number. So that's what I wanted to do date. I thought, hey, it'll be like we like the old days of Musa was by all the time. What ten twelve years ago before her all he was cool. We go for beer is basically, kind of conversation. So I thought, what we do is we would break it down into the two two different types designed Dr Mike, always talks about the, the male brain in the female brainer different rate, so less. Let's just for start off. No start with Michael. Let's talk about a female chiropractor, and again, I've, I've interviewed like tons of on my podcast, and they go from, you know, going through school being stressed out in school getting married. Having kids, some have kids in school, and then a lot of them. Are they take a maternity break for lights three weeks and they're still adjusting carrying the baby's on the swab and stuff and then also like ten or fifteen years later, and they're just slowly destroyed? So what are, what are some of the things trackers can do to kind of get back as a female carp actor to kind of get things going again, would not, if you don't mind, I'd like to kind of dovetail off. What Ranya was just talking about one thing. I think it's great for all the listeners atomic catch onto when we started this journey a decade ago. What really made it work is one, the two of you see a doctor, if you will office manager were on board with learning something that was new not only to learn it to put it into place in practice. And then when you put it into practice you saw changes and you were able to see a whole different shift in your practice. And so when time to plant the seed, I is that for all the people listening to this is that what you in brandy put together is dynamic is vital. It's, it's what typewriting needs. I'm I'm very proud on the part of it. That's what makes me excited is to have seen what you two did with contemporary, neurology in how every tire pressure can go to a whole new level. If they're willing to receive the information in what kind of comes to mind is that we live in age of when I say, anxiety an era of anxiety, and people are uncertain. They're uncertain about tomorrow. There. What about practices on sort of other Bill Reiter bills, and uncertainty plays a role in both male and female brain with how we crooned synapses was how we refund him in how we you know, dominate our physiology. So I kind of plant seed of those missions, what trust is so people taking this program that you have, or listen to these things one thing that they've got to do. They've got to trust the system. They've got to trust the procedures. Otherwise. They're uncertainty ensue will sabotage what they're trying to accomplish in. So they'll struggle to get where they need to get. That's the difficult is at Icees so many tire prejudice frog lame because they're just not really trusting the system like we talked about doing it turn tests. You guys have done this for years now, someone marches in place, a turn to the rider left that has its -nificant impact on now. How you discussed with the patient how their nervous systems function. But also now plays role in what you might do with your judgment. Why? What you might do some rehabilitations now your staff going do that. And now, your staff entrust that the whole process is working as well. And then the whole office is in sync in tandem with what's going on? And that's the beauty what I like let this whole thing if we look at the male and female brain, and which we look at the female for moment, what we're learning now is now in well, from two thousand fifteen neurobiologist stress, if you will the ideas at the temporal, low, we were born with, but we developed a frontal lobe in. So we know from temporal physiology, like, sometimes I'll use the term temporal tantrum. Is that women get in our own head? It's he will return to get more more criminal more survival Listrik, if you will end you may use a term called sympathetic dominance, or now we see the term dish oughta know Mia in. So we see a variety of clinical conditions that come out of simply not trusting or not believing in what could take. Place. No time at cedar have anxieties in so that part of the brain begins to light up like a Christmas tree, and that will sabotage our health. And then if we just cut me off anytime you want to. But if we look at ourselves in a top down fashion than the first marker of this anxiety is in the people's. So now what happens is, we, we lose some ability to constrict, our people. So to read things which are near to us to drive at night. With bright lights in other cars coming to make people more anxious in Tim violence and upset them as you come on down to heart rate and respiratory rates receipt, increases there. So now they're comes Connex t comes by congress mile fifty will there comes a variety of musculoskeletal aches and pains that are downstream from where the really the problem is. And so, and then after that comes the whole low stomach acid decreased twelve absorption decays calcium absorption in. Tonight I got. at the leaky gut, it'll bell in all the way down to sexual dysfunction. So there's a mess going on. And what happens is what I would like to make sure we, we put out there's at orthopedic conditions and even neural indicate neural metabolic conditions. Follow the perception of interference slower. There's something wrong here was Howard, putting things together that sabotaging our health and then basically interfering with our day to day life. So sometimes typewriter doesn't want to go to work. Right. And especially in the Seamount, who is an entrepreneur, maybe a wife a mother of righty of hacks, also out the day because GB middle C impatience, but she still got her kids undermined as well or some run non so she's gonna be in a good, good place for the good support structure at a good set of office. When I call office assistances source systems have to be there because as we all know, the more your systems are in place, the easier, it is to go and do what you do best. But if your systems are flawed been you're kind of all over the place and I see Dr struggling with what their exam looks five is not any clicker orders kind of all over the place when they're done. And not really sure what the diagnosis is sleep like example, they haven't, they kind of make something up over here, and then they've got the care plan. It goes with whatever it is, like just stop. Slate and going top down order never fails, you know. And so, I think that's the key to a lot of this, because when a female for example, we know between males and females. Females ten have a little bit less muscle mass, and with regard to the strength of neck emails tend to be a little now they don't have to be, there's some very strong six emails out there. So we have to be real careful today in please. Anyone listen to this. I'm not being sexist not being soberness. You're buying this is just some things that we know but for the most part, he most tend to have a bit lower muscle mass if you will. And so that denote chance to internalize her stress, while the male externalize. So what that means is that between the two of us you, and I is we're not likely have attack a cardio, but brandy would be more likely to. So she may be more like suffer hyperventilation syndrome. It's you will attack cardia just of Ryan those things and. Against emails oftentimes even more wear. That's they're starting to just hype lateness like we'll tell you having a panic attack, and it just kind of gets worse and so forth in what that does it straits net right out in now. That's a mess as when the F C N the scaling start to be recruited for the increase in respiration increasing cardiac rate, it basically, reverses the circle or doses wing basic CPR in those imports drone are all g two thousand thirteen was all about it. We had a great article came out last month on pre imposed changes in the brain following restoration circle curve. So a lot of good stuff is going on with the idea that when you got a straight neck, your brain's not on simple enough, and the part of the brain is most affected is the Partha rely to trust and believe in others, the most. So go the door allow prefrontal cortex new orbital. Prefrontal cortex, does it all the brain allows look at each other and go off? You are safe. You are comforting to me. I can put my guard down can listen to you. I can receive. Of what you're trying to share with me as opposed to being in a whole less brain. Calculation business oriented were now you don't really see unless it makes sense..

anxiety Michael byu Brian office manager Dr Mike hyperventilation syndrome Bill Reiter Ranya Icees Mia Seamount brandy Howard Tim Slate Ryan ten twelve years
"dr michael hall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Will be sunny with a high of seventy six warming up a little bit on Friday with a sunny sky at a high of eighty seventy sunshine, high again of eighty Sunday will be partly cloudy with a high of eighty to sixty four degrees in Milwaukee. 731 CBS news update, the national weather service calls it a storm of a lifetime and hurricane Florence is getting closer more than a million people are under mandatory. Evacuation orders and the Carolinas and Virginia CBS David Begg. No is along the coast of North Carolina. We know in storms like this a lot of people say I'm gonna ride it out. But I gotta tell you the words that meteorologists are using some of the most experienced people are using our somber, and they are not holding back and saying it could be the storm of a lifetime. And it seems to keep ramping up ambulances have been lining up outside hospitals to transport patients to Georgia and Florida Amy Stevens is with tied lens health in Myrtle Beach patient. Evacuation is a it's a big undertaking to find hospitals that have availability. Moving patients out into to those facilities out of harm's way. Hurricane now churning little more than five hundred miles off the coast of North Carolina with maximum sustained winds of one hundred thirty miles an hour. CBS news update, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. News time seven thirty two from the WTMJ breaking news center. The Red Cross of southeast. Wisconsin is sending twenty nine volunteers to help with hurricane relief. Haley wanna key from Delfi feel help with hurricane Harvey last year and says she's ready. I'm going because I'm trained, and I like helping people he plans on Stig in North Carolina for two weeks, depending on how bad the storm gets pretended governor, Rebecca Klay fish touting governor Walker's investment in Wisconsin public schools as she talked to WTMJ's Steve's Kapiti. Here's Scott Walker's budget when it initially came out because he invested so much in schools across Wisconsin has been put an additional one hundred million dollars. They just all safety says Tony has had little to say on the matter here from Tony over on. All of this important stuff is absolute Everts issuing a statement saying in part, quote, that's the Mark of a desperate career politician who's up for reelection cut eight hundred million dollars from our public schools and doesn't have a record to run on unquote, a local conservative bloggers, sparking a social media uproar referring to Milwaukee public school. Students says quote little convicts end of quote, right? Wisconsin editor James Richardson's blog was critical of the five million dollars recently spent upgrading athletic facilities at Vincent high school in a blog post published Tuesday, he said, quote, presumably still the little convicts can have the best facilities before being sent to the penitentiary end of quote, a spokesperson for 'em says, would you tins languages inappropriate? And that the students should have access to state of the art facilities like others do already set to stand trial for murder is now facing another felony charge WTMJ's. Mike Spaulding is live in the breaking news center with more. Yeah. Jane, Chris nocco now facing charges of soliciting a person for the purpose of witness intimidation linked to his murder case involving Kelly Dwyer SoKo accused of strangling her to death more than three years ago. According to a report filed by the Milwaukee DA's office, a former cellmate says offered him up to twenty five hundred to five thousand dollars to quote reach out to an ex girlfriend who was sent to testify in the upcoming trial. The man says Zakho offered. Money to quote deal with the witness. He is said to go to trial for Dwyer's murder on September twenty fourth a police pursuit ends with two bystanders seriously injured near twenty-seventh in Lisbon in Milwaukee. Still have been Russell Stanford says he supports officers pursuing criminals in the all hands on deck. We have a lot of issues and the more people that can help more ways we can develop a strategy to tackle somebody issues in the city of Milwaukee. Chase suspects are in custody. Milwaukee county sheriff's office trying to crack down on homicides by deploying its tactical enforcement unit or T E you in high crime areas sheriff, Richard Schmidt stolen vehicles. We have drugs. We have illegal weapons all within the last week. People are tired of seeing their loved ones being killed on the streets. Nick says the unit takes into consideration danger to the public and the importance of catching suspects when they pursue a vehicle. Wisconsin's morning news. Sponsored by Dr Michael hall. Kind of walk dental care. Call in making -pointment today coming up the Packers give back on their day off WTMJ NewsTalk seven thirty five. Hi, this is Doug Russell. Kinda Milwaukee dental care is Dr James Michael's is my dentist, and I can't recommend him enough to you summer's coming to an end. And I know it's time for me to get back to my regular routine. So it's time to go to all kinds of Milwaukee dental care for my checkup and cleaning. Now, if you're like me, I used to be nervous about going to the dentist, but I'm not anymore. That's because Dr Michaels and his great staff understand your apprehension. That's.

Milwaukee WTMJ Wisconsin North Carolina CBS murder Kelly Dwyer Milwaukee county Milwaukee public school Milwaukee DA Hurricane hurricane Florence David Begg Dr James Michael Scott Walker Tony hurricane Harvey Milwaukee. Doug Russell
"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

14:00 min | 2 years ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"On. What are your old who's been under character for thirty years? They're doing great. They get in car. They bounced back within a couple of weeks and and so research is simply the search for an answer ride because the root word research is search. Yes, could be searching for an answer, but what's kind of key about this on a play on words were returning for the answer, which means the research follows. The care research doesn't dictate care. You and I evaluate a patient. We searched for interference nation, right? Yep. To research should come after our care instead of before right in. And so the mess up in the model is we're now trying to validate our care of throats with knowledge to many questions that come crosses variables or can founders. And that's where the mess up is. So we don't need a new model of research. We need to get back to read search. So when I take care of these people who have turned tested forty, five degrees to the left with one meter anterior displacement. Okay. I adjusted them in what happened while now standstill. Okay, I'll research you explain that because the research should follow Mike care. Yes, not dictate what I can or can't do right because his car Kreider you are trained to remove celebration. You're trained to read a paper that says, okay, now Justin three times a hundred percent news. Interesting said Dr Kelly hole on the podcast as well. And he said that that's why I said, that's why it's so nice to get case studies because if we get case studies, we see a really cool example of what chiropractic care did for someone. And then if we have enough of those case studies that creates the questions to create a new research study. And that's not kind of feed yourself in that nets. Exactly, right. 'cause ninety putting the results out there for people to see and then then research can come from that, and that's really how research evolved. But I think sometimes we've gotten where we're living at the altar of research and evidence and research is not eminence research is only a triad of the evidence and is also from your clinical expertise and patient desires. Anything simply we're leaving that out in making it as a research was research equals evidence in it doesn't research is only a piece that can be supportive, but it's not the end all. And so that's why we looked at papers like this is like, okay, the SEM's scans become hyper tonic in fort, okay. What does that mean any now you're losing function of your neck and you've got early agenda changes while in carpet substation. And so now we have to realize Kate, how do we want. To take care of that well, is the next flexes are becoming. Stronger if you will than neck executors we create a neck central program. So the idea is getting back to using basic science to support our clinical applications. And you know, we, we develop our cervical curve by looking up on over our shoulder. As an infant, but yet most congress are doing lay on circle pillow to restore your Kurds, right. Well, passive rather than active. Yeah. So that's that's a mismatch of basic science. So you don't really need research is going back to learn your dining, his y'all and some embryology. And so we can easily read implement those type of changes in school curriculum overnight. Just needs to happen. And so I think the associations need to help influence what's being taught in a school in excess school levels you will. And so there are shoots, can come out with a mentor program was a better application of the information to the practice. And that's one of the is missing. When I find, I think in the in the whole profession, it seems like leg aside talked about the beginning we have, we have the people who say they're evidence based or the people who are basically more symptom based. And then you have the more violent car proctors who are looking for optimizing function, but somehow the vital ISSA chiropractors have been labelled as spiritualists or or historians and the if they're realistic chiropractor a, we need to evolve into the twenty first century, which is quite a Larry's because you just finished reading an article that just came this year, which is cutting edge research on forehead posture that not any other profession in the whole world is doing that is that's what we do. Exactly. And I think if may. Might go back to the brain if you will. The left right rain is the less rain is a liar. And with that means that if a practitioner doesn't understand the bigger picture or the vision, which is your right, bring the more likely to be was considered your doubting. Thomas is cool. They're going to be negative, and they're gonna want to try to beat down in, especially lack of their own. So staying their own development of their own ability to care for others. And so they're becoming very left brain analytical so much. It could see the the forest for the trees. Flying went back to this earlier thing about what's having to our children is that they can't see the big picture. Right. So you're getting overwhelmed. You'll sometimes hear this phrase, I'm I'm drinking information from a fire hose. Yes, anxious. And so now what you're seeing is that you're seeing a lot of these people who don't have maybe a really successful practice maybe don't have. Carrying type of mentality this. This is tricky because I don't wanna. I don't want to upset any listeners, but the gist is when you are social than you are healthier and especially healthier in your right brain is your more pair sympathized side. But when you're still doubting why no one ever might you to the party and why you know your stuff to typical somewhere where you're kind of alone, then you're left. Brain is long as it's thoughts. Ranks goes, it's a whole lot easier in, here's here's them. Think about bullying in our in our children, right or ourselves asked the question research, is it easier to tear someone down or lists him up in for most people? They'll tell you it's easier to tear someone down even make conscious out, right. We even had what's called smackdown, but we don't have lift up, get less. You've art. Let's art. Exactly. On the right side of your brain do it. And so our physiologists we're on jarred in were more animalistic were more tearing into some war, breaking them down and this is our health consequence. So you know, people like yourself in others jewel kills a great guys. Well, he gets the bigger picture. I to him case as your important will other researchers just wanna see a meta-analysis right chances are they're not practicing and I, I won't bother getting a whole bunch of names or researchers who don't practice for, but you know what that annoys bring it back to the chiropractor too, because even as Karbacher's if we like what I've known before before I might default was to fight the other side to show that you know the benefits Karadic what's your emotions? Yeah, but that's left rain, right? So it's it would even though it's tougher for us, we need to make sure we try get into our right brain and support. Other chiropractors. Don't understand what this is rather than fight them. Right. And I. Think if we have that fighting in the profession that gets us more rain in it just slows down our progress and actually right in, I guess, in some small way, I think that this, my purpose in life is to help vision, orange chiropractor have information that they need. If flick nece- for head mush is, you know it is about the nervous system and I think maybe weak links. Right? And just like Lucy Ford head officer, we can adjust the neck the no. We've gonna create a movement pattern to now to support and we've got algae, but we live at time away as well to reconnect with people. So it's not the technology's all bad. It's just if that's all we do. We're gonna have troubles and let me share with junkie yet of helped more. But to this is also this is really old. This was last month. Clinton orthopedic surgery on two thousand eighteen and let me just give you numbers. A medical journal, right? Yeah. Just hear the title for our listeners. If you will impact that infiltration encircle extensive muscles on circle Lord doses and neck pain. Interesting. Anywhere in the world. I say, hey, chiropractors, in your practice, what's the prevalence of a straight neck. And almost invariably they'll go, ninety percent and Don. Let me ask you this wins the last time he saw an article that said, hey, the problems with straight neck in the general population is ninety percent. I haven't necessarily search. We're not doing great, but we could research tomorrow to create a public service announcement. Did she had a straight neck? See your car Proctor? Yeah, hundred Ingrid change things overnight. If we just did what we do best. Right. This is an article in a medical journal, right? So weakness in, here's the opening statement, weakness of circle extensive muscles cause losses or Florida's. Which causes neck pain and neck pain alters the, let's apply to your fun, too low and altered Buckeye to your front load increases alarm physiology, known synthetic donnas, which causes tap cardia, dizziness, irritable, bowel leaky, gut, o think hypertension, which no one killer men worldwide. I don't get why people don't understand. No, we need research favorite searchers. Yeah, we need research. Save. It says you have a neck anyway. So here's the fun thing about this article is we hear the term fat infiltration. Now, whether in Canada or Texas, here's the gist and I liked it it back to because we like food. Right? But what makes a good steak. So tasty incite before oughta fat the fat, right? So we have fatty infiltration to a muscle, right? That's don't make for tasty state. And so what we're looking at the t. bone steak in the threats, fine. The most, his side and so forth. Here's gist is that when there's fatty infiltration in a muscle, when I consider considers disuse of that muscle on percent right now, we take article on Ford head posher from imaging, and now we have increased strength of your flexes and I have severe extensive. Yes. What we lose our circle Kurth. Yep, which nowadays we have chronic upper back neck pain. We've got spinal degeneration. We've predictive patterns. In Trump syndromes and there are conditions that people come in with, but it's not until we correct curve that they have a chance in hell for for health create. And so we can't let conditions and treatment dictate pace, you care. Otherwise, we're going to continue to have these frequent episodes this intermittent patient population, which no one's really getting better, which is buying time with the next edition kicks in until we start taking care of people. Even the CPR instructor knows they should have a sort of lower doses. That's funny. ABC right airway through low doses, internet, open the Aaron anyway. So in here says, here's what's interesting about this as well. The results suggests that fatty infiltration, the upper circle extensive muscles has relevance to the loss of circle or doses. And here. Infiltrations the upper cervical extenders has relevance the loss of surplus doses that's up here. Yeah, that's your SEM so acquittals. Okay. And then the fat will trace in the lower serve books. Dancers is associated with cerebral sign, sign functionalist, Zoete, so irritable generation. We've all seen the c- feisty, six journalists, fine the surgeries and so forth. Right. Let's amputation in the lower. So lower spine infiltration is sort will find function. So that's more coronal plane, right while rotation, so forth. Upper shirtless fine. Infiltration is more loss of the Lord doses. Right? Actually very important to us clinically. Yes. See c. six. We might help they're paying national death. Exactly ranked emotion in their pain, but we won't change their what for hypoxia. Exactly. Oh yeah, out you guys for taking notes if you guys are driving right now, listening to spot cash, we're going to be like, I need to pause this over. School from stop right now. I should put a warning at the beginning of this. When I police do not listen to this guy. But now you can see why. So many of our patients who come out this upper trap and upper back pain is referred from circles, fine, ice, Clare, tomes sort algae. We can adjust the five, six, seven in help their pain, and we can rub out the the the upper traps and do massage, whatever else if we don't correctly use of the upper circles fine. We can't change their Lord doses, which means the top down approach. If you'll correct the top, the Dow's keep on going on and going on. Now happens is discount. Real vix is that women head goes forward. So does the palace. So the biggest cause back pain is forward headlock Scher.

neck pain upper back pain Mike care Dr Kelly Kreider Justin Canada Kate Ford congress Florida ISSA Thomas Scher Karbacher Dow Lucy Ford Clinton Ingrid
"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"Stage for where the ours young adults need more self esteem. They need more self worth which again is that frontal lobe, right? Age of technology, simply just vertically scroll through Instagram. What did the twelve year old student learn that day from schooling sued three thousand Instagram, thirty. Second videos. Nothing felt bad about themselves comparing themselves to other settlers. That's what's happening. They're looking at everyone else doing something while they're simply watching or their own self dying. Self worth is being compromised because when I played some kind of structure on this, and so that's what we gotta get back because it's coming back to mental illness issue that which Spurs tip the iceberg on this one. Now, just curious, as effort question on if. If you're responsible to create the messaging for chiropractic to the world to to the general population. How would you, how would you were that that messaging because we're not treating mental illness for not treating cardiovascular disease. How'd you kind of vote localize what we do to the general people? What what I do is I want to say, you know tonight this, for example, when asked, what do I do? I say, well, I change lines now, what would it mean. What I do as excellent, your nervous system in your nurses, what takes care everything about you? Would you cope in today's world? But when I take care of your move solicitation, I may also influence your low back pain. Your next, hang your headaches land. Also going to change the way you sink about sayings in the way you feel about things. So I'm going to take care of you as opposed to just treating condition. So what we have to realize that we truly are nerve doctors or doctors of nervous system. So we look at people, we need to assess what is their function in, for example, amnesty, great neck Ford head officer means straight up. You have less than apple neurological function as evidenced by pick any one of these articles. I'm sharing with you Ryan when forward head posture, you know twenty years, but we did see Ford head, Bosh alerts or Dewey no much less classroom. If we did it which come a son of it right now, it's it's leading the journals if you will, because assoc-. Now between the next and your brain is highlight reel for practitioners today. And unfortunately, chiropractors jumped on the bandwagon here now receive, we sing tremendous work, but other disciplines now taking up on it. And so the message to the people has to behave in what the chiropractor is the ultimate lifestyle coach. Really before our next program. Let me take a look at you. Make sure your functional movies where it needs to be. You know what? Let's take a look at your food. Make sure you have functional medicine functional diet in by the way. Let's make sure above all that. We look the function out. If you're nervous system. Now. We knew that my checking the spine in a top down matter and we can do as well. And that's what needs to happen. Because, again, you know, you don't just develop diabetes overnight. It didn't vote muscle weakness overnight. These are human effects of longstanding stomach station, and that's in insult station from the get-go. Early early on was about interference in the function of the nervous system. And that's one guy evac to totally. And I think that's, that's probably the challenge in research. So do you think there needs to be a new model research developed? Because like you said, when you have individuals in a research study, they all have a totally different environment. So they're all gonna respond somewhat differently to care. So it's kinda hard to save that this for sure works on this. So is there, is there a different model or or what you think would be would be vital types of research? The chiropractic needs to focus on. What when you look at is is more and more about livestock outcomes of patients undercover to care. For my own practice. The patients that I had been take care of now for nearly thirty years, have an entirely different level of illness or sickness or disease. In other patients, do. When I get a new patient comes in four years old, they got little host of things going on.

Ford Spurs muscle weakness solicitation diabetes apple officer Ryan Bosh Dewey thirty years twenty years twelve year four years
"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"Is our children are almost be raised in a state of PTSD. So we tend to think of PTSD is our war veterans being our military being overseas, seeing bath, horrible things happen will say now's at horrible vent to a veteran, maybe a test to twelve year olds in school, right? Adding responses. So now these childhood traumas which are nothing more than you know, he had three follow. Hours on Snapchat are Craig physiological events that are mimicking horrible dangerous or any state when it might kind of bring him back down a little bit. And this was in the ad, the journalists therapy science against really old papers, two thousand eight teams. So, yeah, cutting it, it's the old stuff. So street Tounsi require Corliss between pulmonary function and respiratory moss laxity in patients with you're gonna love this forward. Head posture other go now like this. Now this isn't you don't see this as a chiropractic journals. I might too, but you know, we see it now and journal physical therapy science and in what this gets into is the frontal lobe. One of the things that does is it inhibits are SEM's. And so what we're seeing now is that two things is that when I'm under stress the lowest doing what decreasing function, which means my inhibition to the ends is reduced. Now, as I increased my floor head offshoots, work activities strains, which are might be, I'm also now furthering accident. He's muscles, so now my SEM scaling are becoming steel cables if you will, which is all trained chemical unction by neck and skull on fine relationship, which creates neck pain, the journal injuries mile sash, pain syndromes, and goes on on on in. So this is an issue article that talked about the effect that secondary Pasha deformities and animals have on lung capacity. Now what this means is that in a nutshell, when the head goes forward, your chest expansion diminishes. Yep, which means higher lung volume also diminishes, which means the auction that you would get to your brain and the rest of your body is also being diminished. So now rates of volume go up and rest way rate is tied in to cardiovascular system. Indirect inference of this is that patients who have Ford head posture will have cardiovascular disease, right? So what was the no one killer man worldwide cardiovascular disease, or the carpenter might say. Overhead puncture. Totally agree. I was just going to say just a side note, like just just knowing this there are, you know, there's some chiropractors out there that think that if you have Ford head posher it's not a big deal if they're a symptomatic, and I was just wondering like if they learned that through school, how could they even learn that. Well. The answer, but I was just saying. I have an opinion. And this is the difficulty that our universities have responsibility to maybe present some research. We're getting caught in educational dogma. That line of our schools are teaching students only to the level of national board exams and not gain this. This is two thousand eighteen Breyer creek from was developed fourteen years ago, race through our dumbness out. So it's really important again kudos for what you're doing in the listeners because cockroaches need to have a place to go to get good information. Now, I read probably studying five hundred journal articles the week and read a bunch of books because to me, I wanna know my information today inside see in. So I share this with you because your readers now have an access information. That they don't have time to go get. Right. And so when Alexis is at Ford head, by when we see Ford had the title of an article, we should have totally. That's that's

Ford PTSD Snapchat neck pain Corliss Breyer creek Pasha Alexis fourteen years twelve year
"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

10:58 min | 2 years ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"I need information. Let's do confront so I will gate. Okay. Let me show you don't. It's a couple of years old. Now, the neurobiology of stress, which is one of my favorites if you want and is in, here's the gist, gets fun about research rice a week. No, that's an pediatric model that children were blown. This Beatles saw slapped front right now allow the prefrontal cortex to grow into doubt while that prefrontal cortex is understood throughout the world as our executive center that's area. We make decisions with its air that we have good value systems that's also allows us to dampen inappropriate behaviors. Sometimes, you know, you wanna say a bad word front lifts as don't do that or bad action or infelicity is our frontal lobes, right? So to to get into this article, what you really want to realize that our frontal lobe is what allows us to actually be humane. We actually went, allows us to be human and different than other animals. Writes, we actually have free will, but advising about free will is not that you always get do what you want, but recognizing what is know what you do. Real free. Real free will on free choice only exists when there's a consequence to saying no. You lock you wanna think three will feature? We'll do what I wanna do is no is that when I have a choice to make between what is right, what is wrong? That's what free Willits. And so the edge that's that's interesting because that just reminds me of like like, for example, like a dog. Right? So if a dog has has an impulse, they just do it. Exactly. And so when we have an impulse, we do have a frontal lobe that we can filter that through to to not do it, and that actually will differentiate us next exactly what it is because you have, for example, here's a big butterfinger candy bar, and here's a cops out of your what Luke says. You should have Tom sound, but we frontload is not working very well. You go for candy bar break. The dog goes whatever's in the ball yet right now. So it's very easy because now what happens is that this lobe of our brain is taking a huge it now, just for a sidebar, basic science. Tells us that went, we move the neurological pathways, especially from our legs. The dorsal ventral spinal serve our tracks, provide the primary sensory input to our Sara bellum and our frontal Lopes slick sets the tone for what this is all about to the chiropractor. So we realized that when spine Elsie when when there's three of Soviet stations and we are active than we have the best choice or best chance to having a healthy frontal. Oh, okay. Now this journal is the neurobiology stress. That should tell something when his journal. Okay, right. So it's the effects of stress on exposure on the effects of stress, exposure on prefrontal cortex, translating basic research into successful treatments. Camco art, right? Yes. If you want to some hacking Senate to you in case we readers might want to get a hold of. So let's use the angel. Quick basic is found at high levels of catecholamines. These your stress hormones that are released during stress, rapidly, pair, top-down, calmed assumption of the prefrontal cortex, and here's the change. So it impairs the prefrontal cortex, but it strengthens your alarm response, right? So now what happens is when we don't have a good functioning prefrontal cortex, we are more affected from a sympathetic dominance or a stress physiology. And what this means to us is at earlier, we said, what's the number one killer man worldwide high blood pressure for unite x. called sympathetic dominates. So in the frontal lobe is not functioning, the ability to inhibit your sympathetic is reduced. And there comes a blood pressure as well as a host of other symptoms like insomnia. Loss of near vision, headaches, migraines, nickname back name. It goes on and on. But this type right now at hypertension. Testing to be a big issue worldwide. Right? So. While strengthening emotional ambitious responses to the Midland basal ganglia. So chronic stress reduces the didn't drink growth of the prefrontal cortex. So is reducing or changing front low while actually increases our Larmer sauces Yaojie now for you. And I guess what our biggest stress stories. We think our biggest wrestlers today not moving l. share this with you just missed brain drain, the mere presence of once smartphone. There you go reduces our cognitive capacity. Yeah, I know you love cell phones. I do. And here's what kind of getting to is that you and I would never think of a cell phones being addictive. The what happens is fortunately in, we're very blessed where we live and so forth. Our biggest stressor is whether or not need to get on Facebook or an Email or a an Instagram or Snapchat. We're almost stressed out if we can't check it or have access to. So what this article on neurobiologist dresses all about is that when we are stressed, the Khanna consensus stress is changing. Our judgments is changing how we think. So what we're doing, we're getting more and more into chronic stress which is changing how our brain is wired. So now we're almost feeling we have to get up at night, check our Email or check or smartphones for whatever it is. And again is not all this is important because we may talk about tech neck dislocated. Yeah, he's not knickknacks. Not that the technologists ban is that is effecting our health and we need to figure out what to do, and it's going to take the healthcare provider who understands the brain to to do something with that in. So when we look at this is that it goes on through. At trauma during childhood can be particularly devastating, can have lifelong the building consequences, exposure distress, Markley impairs executive functions of high while frontal association cortex while simultaneously strengthening the primitive, emotional response of Meg the. So what that means for us is guess what the number one disability in the world today is mental illness. The fastest growing demographic right now is suicide in our fifteen to twenty four year old kids. Well, what's happening is that we're living in an age of anxiety and depression were stressed out of our ever loving minds if you will, and we don't know what to do, and it's not take the chiropractor to put their hand on spine who calms the patient with their voice, his his heyday, not today we're gonna start life sound lost kitchen program in his granted, we're gonna take care of you because we talk about post traumatic stress disorder. Retell that anxiety in a twelve year old is they're very same physiologically in. So we're seeing this structural rewind. Our brain to actually be on alert more easily said, hey, Don fighting lots issue stressed out because you're at loving kinda guy. You're not so stressed with what's happening. You and I did grow up with a smartphone right kids nowadays, have smartphone screen access at six months of age, right? So anxiety levels are heightening at a rate fashion we've ever seen before. And so health care providers, especially chiropractors need the help to Hain. People can't do it on their own because they're not thinking this way. Now it's not that we're stupid is that our frontal was being rewired, which changed the way we think. So we don't think about on for five mile run. We go. Why don't have time? I gotta go home and check my Email. I've gotta do this. Gotta do that. I got this work project, get this deadline. I don't have time for anything other than being simply melded into my technology. And so it great stress that. We can take anti-depressants. We can take anti anxiety drugs, but it's not make this move anymore. And so it's great. So patterns that are creating show you will be later Craig changes in our spine. That's not creating degenerative changes in crater a loop cycle that is a positive physical wind up, but a negative outcome for our patients. And now what normally would be a stressor in the twenty five thirty year old is a stress on the ten year old. So this is just a really good article start understanding. The changes in the brain that take place with stress. The prefrontal is kinda goes on annoyance. It's a really good article that gets into us call working memory and for you and I working memories about what we're doing on day to day basis in. So you have explicit and implicit and explicit is things ahead. You're conscious attention. So which have to think about is that when we're stressed out, we are losing part of our attentional focus. Does that make sense that we don't. We don't forget how to drive a car. We don't forget how to use it for with free. Oh, yeah, I got this thing over here. You know, which we'd have trouble in the vision board up because we don't know where to start. And so it's a self replicating anxiety disorder. And basically he sometimes word process by analysis. So we're get so caught up in the research rates. So caught up in the details that we came in, see that, hey, there's a person over here, getting research articles about the brain this, that and everything else like, okay, well, you still got to say, hey, you know what? There's a person on the other side is paper that I've got to take care of in person. Look at my say's in his tone, my voice before they're going to accept my care. Right. So that's what I like. The work was Bruce Lipton or Bruce McEwen or these journals this, hey, you know what? We get back to be caring in its ascetic towards each other. So it's a great great article. Say my that that also brings it back to the chiropractor too, because we're, we're talking to a lot of chiropractors how they've got burnt-out because they got busy and then they kinda stopped doing self care. And then when we have a frontal lobe, that is that is altered than we have a harder time getting that message across and we're less effective too. So that just apple tries it on steroids how much we did as a chiropractor rate. That's exactly right. That's a perfect description because it's a healthcare providers. Stressed out is gonna struggle. Billy office. I think for you and I in to your listeners is at the best way to identify your

anxiety executive Beatles Senate Willits basal ganglia headaches Bruce Lipton Facebook Elsie Tom Instagram Sara bellum Khanna Billy office apple Bruce McEwen
"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"Welcome to breaking the underdog curse for chiropractors. I'm your host. Dr. Dawn McDonald, author of the bestselling book, the underdog curse. We give vita Listrik carb Rackers a chance to learn from the best around the world, discovering how they overcame their challenges and achieve success in order for chiropractic to thrive in must have thriving chiropractors. Now, listen up. It's time to crush the curse. Hello podcast listeners. I just wanted to give you pre warning for this episode. This doctor, Michael hall. We're gonna get into some science into some new research has come out two thousand eighteen. So you might want to get a pen and paper for this one. You might also want to go to WWW dot Dr. Dawn McDonald dot com. And just look at the show notes so that you can come back and review because we're gonna be covering some amazing stuff. So I just wanted to get your heads up. So let's get started. Hello, everybody and welcome to another episode of breaking the underdog curse for by listed car proctors. This is your host Dr Don McDonnell and I get to bring back one of my mentor 's we, I've been doing a lot of my coaches and now this is one of my mentors. We already had him on earlier on news probably back earlier on in the podcast series, but I wanted to get my my main man doctor Michael hall back on the podcast, welcome to the podcast, my man, thank you very much. Don proud to be earned a have to be part of things. That's awesome. So if all of the. The out there who maybe just started listening to the podcast more recently doctor, Michael hall is my. He's like my us like my my go-to man. If I'm like stuck with something because he's he's like brains. I've had them up to Evanson. We probably had put on private, ten or twelve, or I think even more seminars with him and brought him to Edmonton. We brought him to to Tronto. We've just worked together with him and he's really helped to shape love the stuff I do crackers. So I'm super excited to share this conversation with everybody. Dance grits, fear news voice in a very welcoming crowd. So it's it's grouchy to share on a good information in hopefully life changing for our patients. That's gonna be awesome. AM. The nice thing about this podcasts were all over the world, right? So there's everybody from down under to the UK to to the United States in all that stuff so. So I want to just start off with because we always have this bud buzzword in heraldic is, you know you have to be a vital list to chiropractor or you have to, or you are an evidence based car Proctor, and and I want to get your opinion on, why do you have to be one or the other and what? What are your thoughts on that? That drives me crazy that we could be here for few days, but here's a couple of things they go to to work on. As you know, in a large part, we want to know that what we're doing is real and it's been researched if you will, and defined and so forth as a chiropractor, we understand it went. Joint doesn't move properly. I summit saved. Then there's an alteration function now, what is that sunk visit a change in muscle. Is it changing? What slow? Is it a change in brain function and what we've done now through years we've done more and more research on the effects of substation. And now we have researched ended the adjustment now also fast. Slow affects muscle, affects imaging, changes in the brain, also ex the brain. So now we're in a real issuing part of of healthcare because for the most part on, here's the facts, healthcare worldwide is failing the people that's the big deal about similar gain, sicker congest cardiovascular disease is the number one killer man world wide, especially hypertension, hypertension of which night sent is considered to be non pathological and preventable the what what is going to do. And so we're in a big pickle because people were getting more diabetes. More strokes, more heart attacks were failing. The people were on worldwide basis. So something has to give what happens is we start kind of funny figures each other. Well, when I do is better than what you do, blah, blah, blah acts are we're off failing miserably until we get a message together and the facts large. When you're spies in alignment, your brain functions better in your health is better in. That's the simple facts in support today. Time is just huge thing on the science of happiness. It should be in every chiropractors office, but not just a chiropractor every healthcare provider. So we've got it realizes that it's really not about research because research in his show is very slog. In other words, if I'm gonna take care of patient, I gotta take care of all the baggage in luggage comes along with that. Patient face has got a background Liebau task again, future. They've got a day. It can't be. Here's the research about their spines on t four, it's about the United. And if we look at basic communication, if you read a market research on communication. Most

doctor Michael hall Dr. Dawn McDonald Dr Don McDonnell Proctor Michael hall Evanson Tronto Edmonton UK United States
"dr michael hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"dr michael hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Know what they're talking about that's what the people using, the station thought. But the people I also want to hear from you want to hear from experts hurry don't you Well I found two people who, study human voices including specifically the voices of children this took me to somewhere called the, voice loud Wait till you. Hear what his university of Sussex on the south coast of England I got up close and, personal with a pair of voice psychologists so I'm in a soundproof. Booth were normally. They'd be recording voices, of children for their experiments and I'm joined by to the, academics who lead the studies here. I'm David review I study vocal communication and I'm Dr Valencia coattail research fellow at the voice lab and, I understand your research correctly I should feel that your voice carries more thority because you have a mail depot. Voices that right generally we tend to perceive lower peach more. Resonant, voices coming from typically men and also larger, men as more dominant I have. A low pitched voice and I should send authoritarian Yes What do you therefore think of the idea of using this nine year old girls voice to give announcements to commuters and the? Station I think it's a fantastic. Idea, obviously it goes against predictions in terms of how people should response, voice but I think they've gone for maybe the surprise awkwardness. Factor so I can imagine that it can work really well in terms of interrupting people's thoughts and maybe forcing them to pay more attention to the, message high frequency. Voices two child voice is that they are perceived as more, kind but also. Vulnerable so there might be something to do with that grabbing our, attention someone needs to be. Protected Let's just. Stop here for a second and take stock of nudge theory and how this raw the charming experiment might fit into it it's not? New people may well have heard. Of, the phrase notch theory before we created a bit of a stir, ten years ago when a book was published could just that. Nudge written by Richard Thaler and Cass sunshine then last year Thaler won the Nobel prize for economics his work in this field which is also called, behavioral economics yeah. And lots of politicians praised the book and it said to, have influenced many. Government policies especially when it comes to nudging people into making choices. That improve health and wellbeing A lot of the best. Known examples are about, opt in and opt out schemes aren't they like what. Happened with pensions in the UK a few, years ago the. Rules, changed say staff of large employers were all smartly enrolled into the company pension scheme the default, assumption became the you want to be. In the scheme rather than the other way around well pensions are important the that's quite a dry example a really funny nudge I like and I've actually experienced, it firsthand and it's in the book is mentioned in there. Is in Schiphol airport in Amsterdam they started painting realistic. Flies on men's you rhinos and this gave the manor kind. Of, fun target to aim for and as. A result there was less mess to clean up, for the cleaners so you see that it's about behavior change changing the environment yeah I don't really know what to say, to that to? You Not something I've experienced okay very good. Move on let's move on to learn more about nudge theory I. Met. Up with someone who does it as a day job Dr Michael halls worth. Is a director at an organization called the behavioral insights team he. And his colleagues think about nudges and waste to implement them they're a kind of nudge consultancy who work around the world for companies and. Governments who want to bring about change on a large scale he had a good. Way of explaining nudges people behave using sev- rules of thumb we. Call them these rules matchy what, really well off the time so if you think about it if you had to consciously tire, sheila's every time and think. About all, the loops and on you couldn't run you live so, we we've lent to automatically quickly because there is a fish it's not forever in love the time that freezes up to think about other things and what was sometimes we do is, we, prompt people to reassess those choices they've made and said well Are. You, happy with. Editing out. Sought how maybe you want to make an active. Choice actually it's like Harriet we have two parts to our brain. We. Have a deliberate rational self conscious way of thinking and we can use this. To make choices but we also have an automatic autopilot way of. Thinking which is officiant and good forgetting on in life and governs a lot of our behavior by default now a lot of those automatic. Choices made by the automatic parts of the brain aren't always in our best interests. But we keep doing them from inertia nudge theory then is all. About steering people to do the, new thing you want presenting choices in a new way that makes the good thing more appealing, but that's important that people. Are still, freely making these choices or at least think they are, yes that is important has to be a free choice for example putting fruit at I level in a supermarket so people more likely to choose healthy food is a nudge banning junk, food Is not an arch. Because you take away the choice yeah exactly Michael gave me a handy acronym to. Bear in mind east a nod should be a behavior change that feels easy let's see attractive? Social, and t- timely and what does he think of, this nudge, Victoria station when you're in a busy environment. Like a station you have learned to filter out a loss, of things.

Dr Michael halls university of Sussex Richard Thaler Victoria station Dr Valencia UK David Nobel prize research fellow sheila Schiphol director Cass Amsterdam nine year ten years