Welcome to his book! A lot of people are writing books these days. Dr. Alex Nelson doesn't want to do that. Instead he invites you to join him as he looks to learn all he can about Chiropractic and functional care. In this podcast, Alex will talk with guests from throughout the industry while talking about life and topics we all face.
Justin Long joins Dr. Alex in studio to talk about his family's search for care leading them to a new life and business providing care for other families struggling in similar situations.
Dr. Alex spends some time breaking down the ins and outs of what is a common struggle — ADHD. Despite its common diagnosis, Dr. Alex says the term covers a wide spectrum of issues and uses this episode to clear up some of the confusion and talk about how the brain is affected.
As school years begin anew, Dr. Alex takes a little time to focus this episode on dyslexia and providing some thought and direction for parents with children struggling with this disorder.
Dr. Alex welcomes one of his professional mentors, Dr. Christopher Kent, to the show for a conversation about his career in chiropractic and the passion that drives him to not only continue providing patient care, but also educate the next generation of chiropractors.
Micaela and Dr. Jerad Widman have spent much of their adult lives searching for answers and advocating for their children. The couple joins the Dr. Alex show to tell their story and share how their journey has made them not only advocates for their own kids, but for so many others in need.
Dr. Seth Oberst, DPT joins Dr. Alex to talk about his approach to helping patients by finding the connections between stress and pain.
The Dr. Alex Show has officially gone international as optometrist Dr. Paul Rollett joins Dr. Nelson for a conversation on unique vision therapy and the need for medical practitioners to collaborate more on patient care.
Former patient Amy Roberts joins Dr. Alex to talk about her approach to holistic approach to ingredients when creating natural tools for body and self care.
Back by popular demand Apex Energetics' Dr. Victor Pritchard returns to the Dr. Alex Show to answer some questions posed to Dr. Alex after his first appearance on the podcast.
Dr. David Hanscom joins Dr. Alex to talk about his research and practice, which has shifted away from invasive surgical procedures to a focus on functional care and digging into the root causes of pain and anxiety.
He’s a recovering charismatic, a patient stuck in medical purgatory and a practicing chiropractor, functional neurologist and care provider finding new ways to approach his patients’s needs. Dr. Jerome Lubbe joins Dr. Alex to talk about getting out of practical silos and taking more global and holistic approaches to brain-based solutions to his patients’ issues.
This is a big episode for Dr. Alex. Dr. Robert Melillo has been a leader in the world of functional neurology for several years, as well as a professional role model for Dr. Alex Nelson. The two talk about Melillo’s path into functional neurology and how the ongoing research and work continue to provide more care options for patient care.
Typically Michelle Worley is the one seeking out Dr. Alex for care and assistance. But in this episode, Dr. Alex turns the tables for a frank conversation with the licensed therapist about patient care, mental health and reducing stigmas.
In a special (and unplanned) episode, Dr. Alex Nelson opens up with the audience about the driving force behind everything he and his wife, Dr. Lauren, do. Sometimes, the love discovered in life's most traumatic moments can push us to do great things for others.
Dr. Victor Pritchard, of Apex Energetics, joins Dr. Alex to talk the role of supplements in a care plan.
Mixing stories of life and career, Dr. Griswold, founder of Shed Light, joins Dr. Alex to talk about philosophies of care and the role of cold lasers in various treatment programs.
Some may say it's controversial, but Dr. Alex takes a little time to dig into the topic of hemisphericity — the age old conversations of left brain vs. right brain individuals.
Specializing in treating younger patients facing neurodevelopment issues, Dr. Alex finds himself talking a lot about autism and all the many layers of this diagnosis. Today, he takes some time to dig in with you and talk about some of the approaches to therapy and care.
Dr. Alex has a passion for treating younger patients dealing with neurodevelopment issues. In this episode, he breaks down diagnosis and approaches to treatment in this often misunderstood field.
So, what does Dr. Alex do? What's his role in the field of health care and why does he choose to do it? In this first episode of his new podcast exploring all things Chiropractic and functional care, Dr. Alex talks about his three pillars of care.
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