Teach Your Patients How To Eliminate Their Stress In Under 10 Minutes. This is a simple but excellent relaxation technique that you can teach your patients. Dr. Schmitt has used it personally and with his patients for over 20 years, ever since it was originally taught to him by ICAK charter diplomate John Diamond, M.D.
There’s a step by step process any physician can follow to get predictable, lasting results by working with the body's existing neurological hierarchy. This approach ensures that you'll always know where to start with every patient you see – and never be left wondering what to do next in your treatment process.
For health professionals, including chiropractors, doctors, acupuncturists, and naturopaths, ongoing education, and learning is vital. If you’re looking for inspiration, here are some of our favorites.
About 80% of the patients I see have “muscle memories” of one or more of their previous injuries. These “muscle memories” contribute to the present problems and complaints that the patient reports. It is the “muscle memory” of an injury that is corrected by IRT.
In this article, Dr. Schmitt shares 3 quick screening steps which will tell you when you need to employ injury-related techniques: Injury Recall Technique (IRT), Nociceptor-Stimulation Blocking Technique (NSB) and/or Set Point Technique (SP).
Did you ever have the flu or some other acute infection and experience unusual perceptions or thoughts, or bizarre or weird dreams which disrupted your sleep patterns? Cytokines such as interleukins and tumor necrosis factors affect the central nervous system and have neurotransmitter-like effects
In this video from the Quintessential Applications Course, Dr. Schmitt discusses using muscle testing as a tool for neurological evaluation.
Podcasts are a fantastic resource for learning and continued professional development. In this guide, we’ll take a look at 15 podcasts chiropractors and other health professionals should listen to.