How You’re Damaging Your Nerves And What You Can Do About It.

Nerve Damage
Fitness, Podcast

Dr. Fletcher, today's interview guest, is a powerful force in chiropractic.

Quietly he has become known as the leader in neural scan interpretation and wellness practice development.  Today, thousands of doctors from Europe , Australia and North America listen to his communication strategies and use his coaching methods to transform their practices.

And one of his areas of expertise is how you're damaging your nerves and what you can do about it.

So in this audio interview with Dr. David Fletcher, you'll learn:

-Why neuorological communication is crucial to ideal performance…

-What can damage that communication process…

-How to predict overtraining before your body begins to fall apart…

-The three different dimensions of overstressing your body…

-Easy questionnaires that can show you what kind of stress you have…

-And much more!

Resources and websites discussed during this interview with Dr. Fletcher:

CreatingWellness.com – Dr. Fletcher's website that hosts the stress questionnaires we discuss.

Subluxation.com – The technology that Dr. Fletcher discusses

In the video below, I actually visit a local Spokane chiropractic physician (Pat Dougherty) who uses Dr. Fletcher's equipment, and tried it out for myself.

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4 thoughts on “How You’re Damaging Your Nerves And What You Can Do About It.

  1. Kelcey says:

    I am trying to do this questionnaire on the CreatingWellness.com web site. It is asking for an "access code" which is a mandatory box to fill in before getting access to the questionnaire. Where do I get this, and does it cost money?

    1. I'll find out, Kelcey…

  2. Marni says:

    how "clean" is the "green drink" from TraderJoes? How can I find this out?

    Thanks for all your good information and pod casts

    1. It's clean in terms of ingredients (i.e. no artificial sweeteners, etc), but I have no clue where they have sourced their actual greens from (spirulina, etc.). That's where most big companies cut corners, unfortunately, and get mass produced crap.

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