Leading care through Innovation and Passion

May 2013
American Chiropractor;May2013, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p30
An interview with a health and fitness expert Dr. Kevin Jardine is presented. When asked about the goals behind treating patients, he refers that the goal is to provide patients with the best resources to make them reach their personal health potential and empower them for leading a healthy life. Kevin is curious to learn new things and that helped him to develop his treatment protocol. He comments on the problem faced by the new or struggling chiropractors while treating patients.


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