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E52: Using Your Mind to Heal Your Body

by Frame of Mind August 22, 2017

Dr Mark Halpern“It’s not about getting rid of anything in terms of disease process, it’s about helping the brain communicate with the body.”

-Dr. Mark Halpern

Chiropractor Dr. Mark Halpern and I discuss how to create optimal physical wellness by dealing effectively with emotional stress and increasing your brain function. Dr. Halpern addresses some of the biggest misconceptions that people have about chiropractic care, and how healing really occurs. He also shares the biggest challenges he has experienced in his business and the methods he uses for business growth.

In this episode of Resilience Radio, we explore:
-How to maintain the health of your nervous system.
-How emotional stress affects your body.
-A powerful biofeedback technique to increase wellness.
-The mindset shift that will help you grow your business.
-The stress relief methods that Dr. Halpern uses in his personal life.

Dr. Mark Halpern has been in the chiropractic practice for almost 20 years. He provides care for people looking to regain their health, eliminate symptoms and live their best life. Through advanced training, Dr. Halpern provides research based, neurological and brain based chiropractic care and uses state-of-the-art techniques and equipment to assess stress levels and brain function so that care is aimed at correcting the cause as well as the symptoms.

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