Biohacking: Complimentary to Improve Laser Care (Part 2)
This webinar, with Dr. Jeffrey Tucker, is a teachable moment to help change the way you and your patients live, especially when it comes to biohacking and health optimization.
The majority of patients have underlying co-factors (i.e.: cardiovascular risk factors, glucose dysregulation, diabetes, etc.) and are generally unaware that lifestyle choices such as diet, sleep, and daily activities can either pose a risk or a benefit to their overall health. Dr. Tucker will provide simple lifestyle changes that could rid patients of these increased risks. This information provides important insight to help patients learn from you, which can trigger a change in their behavior. A laser practice is not just helping patients get out of pain. It’s an approach to diet, nutrition, exercise, sleep, etc. so that you’re treating to a high level of health optimization. Photobiomodulation is a powerful tool to include in this great symphony of biohacking.
For most of us, COIVD-19 has put us on the defensive in that we realize how vulnerable our offices and our health is. Infectious diseases and poor lifestyle choices are ferocious on healthy aging and this webinar will help you and your patients change the way they think about emergent chiropractic holistic care and what it’s capable of doing. The pandemic has made us pause from our hectic lives and rediscover what is truly important, which is our health and the well-being of our loved ones.
About Dr. Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB
Dr. Jeffrey Tucker is an expert on non-invasive musculoskeletal interventions particularly for sports medicine and chronic pain patient care. He uses the available science and technology for performance enhancement, pre-emptive strategies for injury prevention and healthy aging, and he is well known for designing exercise programs for spinal and extremity injuries. He practices in Los Angeles, CA. Dr. Tucker is a graduate of the Southern California University of Health Sciences. He is a board-certified Diplomate in Rehabilitation. He completed post-graduate training in nutrition and soft tissue therapies. He is the author of over 100 articles printed in Dynamic Chiropractic, Chiropractic Economics and The American Chiropractor magazines. He is the current president of the ACA Rehabilitation Council.