Jul 27, 2020
Can you embrace being a little rebellious to create the life and practice you want? In this week’s show Dr. Tamara MacIntyre shares her experiences from private practice, teaching, and being a college administrator and the lessons and gifts in staying curious about personal growth. We also discussed how our ego and work can get intertwined and the importance of making time for the other parts of life that fulfil us so that we can stay grounded and connected to our passion for health care. Gaps in the current clinical education system for Chiropractors, the importance of choosing great mentorship, taking responsibility for your choices, working with your spouse, and so much more rounded out this powerful conversation with an inspiring woman.
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About Our Guest:
Dr Tamara MacIntyre is both a Chiropractor and a Doctor of Natural Medicine with a Master’s degree in neuroscience. She is a gifted doctor, educator and mentor known for her power, grace and intelligence. She is an internationally recognized authority in chiropractic and functional medicine who serves as a clinical consultant for Chiropractors. She was the former Dean of Clinical Education at an accredited chiropractic college & has been touted as a “clinical genius” in her profession and has been acclaimed as a role model for female practitioners in the field of integrative medicine. She is the co-founder of The Prana Foundation (www.thepranafoundation.org) offering educational, personal and professional opportunities to health care professionals as well as chiropractic focused clinical and practice ready mentorship programs.