Jeff sits down with chiropractor Dr. Frank Hahn of New Jersey to discuss ways that teachers can keep themselves healthy and lead active lives during the school year.
- What is Chiropractic care?
- Why see a Chiropractor?
- What age should we start to see a Chiropractor?
- How often should we see our Chiropractors?
- What can a Chiropractor do that other forms of treatment can’t do?
- Chiropractor vs Massage vs ???
- Chiropractor vs MD
- What does a typical Chiropractic visit consist of?
- What types of things can teachers to do maintain a healthy lifestyle?
- How have you seen your profession help educators and students?
About our Guest:
Chiropractor Frank Hahn, D.C., of Franklin Park, NJ, recently received the Spirit of Sherman College Award from Sherman College of Chiropractic in recognition of his contributions, time andcommitment to the chiropractic profession, the public and the college. The award was announcedMay 27 in Spartanburg, SC, as part of the college’s annual homecoming program. The Spirit of Sherman College Award is presented to the Sherman graduate who exemplifies the true spirit of Sherman College in his/her home community.
Dr. Hahn received his doctor of chiropractic degree in 2003 and opened Chiropractic LifeCenter shortly thereafter. He quickly transferred his student membership to active chiropractor membership in two chiropractic professional associations — the Garden State Chiropractic Society and theInternational Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations. Since 2005, he has served as editor of the Garden State Chiropractic Society quarterly newsletter, Straight To You.
Dr. Hahn Volunteers with Chiropractic for Humanity at Elijah’s Promise Soup Kitchen and also created and developed a web site, recognizing outstanding achievements by chiropractic students across the country. Additionally, he developed a 14-week internship program for future chiropractic students in order to help the profession grow.
In 2010, Dr. Hahn spoke for 2 hours at Garden State Chiropractic Society’s Annual Convention about many of the benefits Social Media may have to help grow our profession.
Sherman College named its 2010 award recipients May 27-29 as part of its Lyceum, an annual continuing education and homecoming event which is attended by hundreds of chiropractors throughout the U.S. and internationally. Lyceum is held on the college’s campus in Spartanburg, SC, and involves four days of seminars, special events and other programs.
Recently, Dr. Frank Hahn authored a new book titled Franklin Park Chiropractor Reveals: 47 Reasons to Visit Your Chiropractor. This easy to read book was written to help the lay person learn more about Chiropractic. You can find this book on Amazon.com search: Dr. Frank Hahn.
3031 Route 27
Franklin Park, NJ 08823
Franklin Park Chiropractor Reveals: 47 Reasons to Visit Your Chiropractor
This book is more of a quick tip guide geared towards the lay person, current or future people coming into a Chiropractic office. The way the guide is structured, it starts out from pregnancy and giving birth, newborns through seniors and addresses something for everyone in between. It’s creatively written so you may not even realize this premise unless you think about its structure. We’ll take a common experience in life and describe how it affects your body, then give a tip or suggestion that will help. Not every single tip says see your Chiropractor, how boring of a book would that message become for the reader? The overall message you receive from reading this guide, life happens and everyday experiences tend to break down your body. Visiting your Chiropractor helps your body function better is the main message you receive from this book.
Why did this book need to be written?
There are so many people out there who don’t know when it’s time to visit the Chiropractor and even more important WHY they should visit a Chiropractor. This book shares just 47 of those reasons. Of course there are many more reasons. Many books out there are written to help the Chiropractor, there are very few books which guide a regular person to learn specific reasons why to visit a Chiropractor.