Got Documentation? w/ guest: Dr. Gregg Friedman, DC
Dr. Jay and Brad talk to another expert, Dr. Gregg Friedman, DC on documentation. Listen to how he built his companies and responded to this subject matter.
When I was just five years old, like most little kids, I had a ‘hero.’ Not a fireman, or the President. My hero was my dad.
I’m lucky. I look to him for advice, and he is a real inspiration to me. He teaches me a lot about life and, more importantly, about my future. In fact, he shapes my destiny. But that’s not all…
You see, dad is our family doctor, too. As far back as I can remember, my entire family sees dad for all of their health problems and to ‘stay feeling good.’ And, he would entertain us with story after story of ‘miracle cases’ in his office. Dad is always so passionate about his work. And, listen to this…
One day, dad and I have a talk after he ‘adjusts’ me. He explains that he removes nerve pressure in my body, and that the human body knows how to heal itself, and because of that he doesn’t use drugs or surgery at all. And, you know what? The adjustment doesn’t hurt – it actually feels good. So, after dad and I have our talk, I know that I want to be a chiropractor like my ‘hero’, dad. And that’s how it happened!
It’s strange how life is, because now people come to see me with their health problems and concerns. Several times a day patients thank me for helping them with their health problems. But I can’t really take the credit. My confession is that I’ve never healed anyone of anything. What I do is perform a specific spinal adjustment to remove nerve pressure, and the body responds by healing itself. We get tremendous results. It’s as simple as that!
While growing up in Scottsdale for most of my life, I attended Chaparral High School and graduated from Arizona State University. While at A.S.U., I completed the pre-med requirements while getting a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. I attended Los Angeles College of Chiropractic (now called Southern California University of Health Sciences) and graduated in 1986. I quickly moved back to Arizona and began practicing in Scottsdale. In 2006, I moved our office to the Arcadia area, closer to home.
I like to explain all the options to patients and serve them where they want to be served. Although many of my patients have been coming in regularly for years, I also enjoy seeing the look on a skeptical patient's face when we get them feeling better faster than they ever imagined."