What is the QA Protocol?

How do you turn a never ending flow of cutting-edge techniques into a usable, workable system that you can integrate into your practice without being overwhelmed? In this video, Dr. Schmitt shares how the QA Protocol was developed using clinically-proven techniques and procedures in an organized and effective manner, benefitting both you and your patients.

How does the step-by step process of QA work?

In this video Dr. Schmitt discusses how the steps of the Quintessential Applications Clinical Protocol addresses patient presentations in a logical, systematic and systemically efficient and effective manner.

Why should I use the QA Protocol?

In this video, Dr. Schmitt explains why practitioners from any branch of medicine might benefit from using the QA Protocol in their practice and witness dramatic improvements in their patients conditions.

Why does the QA Protocol work better than other protocols?

If you’re an experienced physician, you no doubt want to know why the Quintessential Applications Clinical Protocol would be more effective for your patients than other approaches. Watch this video to gain a clearer understanding of what makes the QA Protocol so effective in providing the best outcomes for patients in the most efficient manner, while relieving you, the doctor, of undue stress.

What's the best way to get started with QA?

When looking at the QA Protocol, many may wonder where to get started. In this video, Dr. Schmitt explains why the best place to start is with QA Session 1 and the QA Book.

Can I become proficient at QA by watching the videos?

Some physicians might be concerned that learning Quintessential Applications by video won’t be effective enough. Watch this video with Dr. Schmitt to learn how other physicians have used this home study, distance learning curriculum to become proficient in QA, and what additional practical application skills might be needed to help you get the most from the QA Course.

Will QA work in a high volume practice?

If you’re wondering whether the QA Protocol will work in your high volume practice, watch this video. In it, Dr. Schmitt shares how the QA Protocol can work in practices of any type, including insights into his own experience performing treatment of no more than 8 minutes in length.

Do I have to do all 32 steps in one visit?

A common question asked about the QA Protocol is “do I have to do every step each time I see a patient?” In this video, Dr. Schmitt answers that very question, and shares how to best use the QA Protocol in clinical practice.

"Dr. Schmitt is an excellent presenter. The material is clear and immediately applicable in treatment. These are very worthwhile."

Kathy Alexander DC

About Your Teachers

Wally Schmitt, DC, DIBAK

Dr. Schmitt was the first physician to hold Diplomate status in both Applied Kinesiology and Chiropractic Neurology. He was renowned for his innovative use of manual muscle testing for functional neurological and neurochemical assessment.  Dr. Schmitt authored over 70 papers for the ICAK, two books for physicians, and one book for the public. Most recently, he was the recipient of the ICAK-USA 2023-2024 David Walther Award for a Lifetime of Contributions to Applied Kinesiology and the Steadfast Pursuit to Ease Human Suffering.

Kerry McCord, DC, DIBAK

Dr. McCord is a Diplomate of the International Board of Applied Kinesiology, ICAK Teacher of the Year 2022, and Adjunct Faculty, National University of Health Sciences.  In 2002, he began collaborating with Dr. Schmitt and teaching the body of work now known as Quintessential Applications. Dr. McCord was the catalyst for the production of the QA Book (co-authored with Dr. Schmitt), the QA Audio (ICAK paper discussing the QA thought process) and the QA Course.

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