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004 – Whole Body | Holistic Approach | Dr Bob Newhalfen | Motus Integrative Health


Country boy Dr. Bob Newhalfen became interested in chiropractic after receiving help from his basketball team’s athletic trainer, who was also a chiropractic. He graduated from chiropractic school in 2010, and by 2015, he had opened his own practice, Northwest Indiana Chiropractic in Schererville, IN. Today, he has three offices with four chiropractors, one of whom also does acupuncture, several massage therapists, and a health coach.

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  • Time-Stamped Show Notes

[00:00] Introduction to Dr. Bob Newhalfen, owner of Northwest Indiana Chiropractic.[01:10] Northwest Indiana Chiropractic beginnings and growth.

[03:18] His decision to work on the whole body instead of only doing chiropractic.

[07:07] The holistic approach to medicine.

[10:40] Masking the symptom vs. treating the problem.

[18:40] Opioids are overprescribed and overused.

[24:20] Conscious Capitalism by John Mackey and Rajendra Sisodia.

[26:08] How Northwest Indiana Chiropractic grew so rapidly.

[34:04] His hiring decisions.

[37:12] Advice to his younger self.

[38:55] Tools of Titans by Timothy Ferriss.

[43:00] Family time, free time, and marathon training.

[46:40] Parting words to the audience.

[48:05] Contact Information.

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