Brandon is about to graduate from Parker in Texas, and I wanted to interview him because of his presence on the internet, particularly at his website http://theatlasoflife.com where he posts news, opinions and interviews of prominent upper cervical doctors and patients.
I didn’t even realize that he was still a student until rather recently which is a testament to how a presence on the web lends a kind of authority to you.
The internet can be an incredibly powerful tool to spread the message of upper cervical chiropractic care, and Brandon is doing a temendous job of doing just that.
The internet allows you to have your own publishing house, radio station, or television station, for very little cost, and it is being utilized more and more frequently as peoples first choice for information, and your patients and prospective patients are going to the internet to get information on upper cervical.
Chances are, if you aren’t posting relevant information on the web, people like Brandon are supplying your patients and prospective patients information about what upper cervical is, and how it can help them.
Little did I know how interesting Brandon’s journey has been. In this interview we discuss:
- How he chose to become a chiropractor
- How he was first exposed to upper cervical chiropractic
- How he dropped out of chiropractic school with no plans of ever returning
- How a vivid dream lead to him re-enrolling
- Why he decided to start his website
And much more.
Brandon has a bright future ahead of him, and I hope you enjoy this interview.