In this episode we interview Cade Archibald, owner of East West Health in St. George, Utah and Co Founder of Go Wellness. We discuss Cade's transition from a traditional business and marketing background to opening a natural medicine clinic and an amazing practice management group. Cade shares some practice growth tips that help add value to your practice which in turn creates a better patient experience with better outcomes.
In this episode, Annie and Regan interview Dr. Dan Kellams from Denver Colorado. Dan is an amazing functional medicine practitioner, and Dr. of Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture. Dan discusses why he uses an integrative approach to medicine, and his path to becoming a healer. Dan also discusses some of his practice growth strategies, and the power of having a good mentor.
In this episode, we dive into the impact nutrition has on our health. Michelle Miller, Clinical Nutritionist shares her wisdom and insight on the issues Americans face with poor nutrition, and also gives some helpful tips on how to improve your health. She also discusses how having a nutritionist on your medical staff brings value to your clinic, and helps create an environment for better patient outcomes.
In this episode, I interview Acupuncture Physician Gene Healy, out of Dunedin Florida. We discuss how integrating Acupuncture and other naturopathic / regenerative therapies can shift ones health from the inside out. We also discuss the importance of having good mentors in business, and how adding in new service centers to your clinic can help add value to you as a practitioner.
In this episode, Annie interviews Regan Archibald. The discussion is based on the evolution and journey of Regan's practice from a Traditional Chinese Medicine clinic to a fully integrated Functional Medicine, Regenerative Medicine and TCM clinic. Regan also shares some practice management insight, and shares his goals for the future of medicine.