Ep. 12: Corey Campbell-Omaha Spine & Sport
This was our first interview on our trip to Omaha and Lawrence. We stopped at Omaha Sport & Spine and talked with Corey Campbell (owner). Corey has done so much in the chiropractic world and is constantly evolving. He has been a mentor for years and teachs along with serving on the board for Motion Palpation Institute.
We talk about patient care in this episode along with a lot of great philosophies for young and upcoming young professionals. Well worth the watch and check them out if you are in the Omaha area.
0:00-Welcome to this episode and Introduction. First episode from our road trip.
0:55-CP Intro Video: Courtesy of Justin Joy of “Elder Pine Media” Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
1:31-Welcome to this episode with Corey Campbell (Kyle’s first seminar instructor)
2:12-Watch out the for state patrol in Iowa, they are everywhere.
4:29-Stuart McGill (BOOK)
5:16-How Corey sees the chiropractic profession and where everyone kind of falls.
7:50-The alphabet soup of certifications.
8:46-”Art vs. Science”-TAT Article
9:13-”You can’t change function in two weeks”
9:46-”Patient care is making a connect on a right brain level not a left brain level.” Not just throwing out ‘evidence based’ information.
12:15-Taking what you can out of courses and not bad mouthing people with other ideas.
14:58-Kyle’s SIRI wanted to say “Hi”
17:15-Growing Omaha Spine & Sport to have rehab specialists to help out with patient treatment.
19:13-Getting people to feel the contraction that you want them to in order to help establish a neural connection for that movement.
20:28-Isolation vs. global work, does one come before the other?
22:30-Priming before even warming up.
24:03-EXOS Performance and building FMS results into Pillar and Movement Prep.
26:10-Interprofessional relationships and checking your ego at the door. Could we work together better to produce better results?
27:32-”Once you think you have it mastered you tend to be on the downward slope.”
29:24-The diagnostic ability that is available to you in your hands.
31:26-The things you need for good manipulation is palpation and speed.
33:00-Thoughts on preventative care and possibly insurance moving to that model?
34:20-Chiropractic care can be cheaper with the way that medical care is going.
37:15-Body Comp vs. Weight and BMI (TAT Article)
38:02-South Park episode “The Pyramid is Upside Down”
39:24-The Clinically Pressed Questions
39:42-Influential fitness purchase for $100 or less
-Rehab: Resistance Loops (Mini bands)
-Rehab: Foam Rollers (one more time)
-Rehab/Fitness: Exercise Balls
-Fitness: “Monster Bands”
-Fitness: TRX Trainer
41:20-What is something believe that others may not?
-Presence has power in the clinic (and life)
-The power of your hands for diagnostics and the healing capabilities.
-There is a lot to grit and persistence.
-Struggle is part of the process and too many people quit too early.
-Easy never made great.
45:28-”The Power of Now” (BOOK)
Manifest Your Destiny (BOOK)
The Charge (BOOK)
46:08-What takes home tips do you have?
-Write down your goals….with a pen.
-Write things in your schedule that will make you stop what you are doing to complete them (it is in the research)
-Don’t dwell on numbers.
-Develop systems. Everything should have a system except for patient care.
49:49-Being effective and productive vs. just being active.
50:06-What information would you tell yourself in training/education if you could go back 10-15 years?
-Be disciplined in building your own practice.
-Study and learn function and not everyone with be fixed in 4-6 visits, nothing is wrong with 12-15 times.
-Omaha Spine & Sport (Omaha, NE)
-Facebook: Omaha Spine & Sport
-Twitter: Omaha Spine & Sport
If you haven’t been to a chiropractor they do more than necks and backs and tackle the things others don’t want to tackle.
54:57-Let the credits roll.