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Applied Chiropractic Philosophy: Communicating Why We Do What We Do

Total Credits: 1 DC - VA Type 2

Dr. Brad Robinson
1 Hour 27 Minutes
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Early in his chiropractic career, Dr. Brad Robinson found responding to patient questions and concerns a challenge. He had to work to discover dialogue that enabled him to translate the esoteric aspects of chiropractic philosophy into something the patient could understand and relate to.  What he ultimately came up with was basically applied chiropractic philosophy.  Whether you are a new doctor struggling to develop effective communications or a seasoned doctor looking to refine your message; whether you are talking to patients, employees, or other audiences; you’ll learn from this successful chiropractic practitioner, teacher and leader.



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Dr. Robinson opened Wards Corner Chiropractic in Norfolk in 1988. Prior to his wellness education and spinal decompression experience, Dr. Brad Robinson graduated cum laude from Central Michigan University with a BS degree in education. Before becoming a chiropractor, he was a high school science teacher and coached football, swimming, and baseball. Due to his growing interest in natural chiropractic care following the positive treatment he received following a car accident, he enrolled in Life Chiropractic College.

Dr. Brad Robinson carries many credentials as a back and spine/expert and has served as president for several organizations including the Virginia Society of Chiropractic, the Hampton Roads Chiropractic Association, and Wards Corner Merchants Association. He is a past president of the Unified Virginia Chiropractic Association. In 2009, Dr. Brad Robinson was named “Chiropractor of the Year” by the Virginia Chiropractic Association, and he became a commissioner for the Norfolk Hospital Authority Board. He combined his chiropractic and athletic expertise and in 2008 was named the official chiropractor for the Norfolk Admirals Hockey team. Preceding that, he worked as the Granby High School football program team’s doctor.  In 2011, Dr. Robinson was named as a member of the Norfolk Public School Board.