About halfway through the afternoon today, I got a text from my wife to ask if I’d kissed Dr. Spencer yet. Truth is, this is the third time I’ve seen his presentation for Erchonia Lasers. The first time I saw him, I turned my office upside-down as the information he shared completely changed the framework of how I thought about my treatment choices. Seeing today’s presentation helped deepen my understanding of how the body works, how it heals, what it needs, and what it doesn’t need. The techniques that I learned today have been honed by Dr. Spencer in his clinic and in the field while treating world class athletes, including Lance Armstrong and his Tour de France teams. I can’t wait to turn my practice on end again.
While I was there, I also got to hang out with my friend and colleague Dr. Steven Noble of Noble Sports Chiropractic in Bellingham, WA. He and I completed our Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) training together in 2007. He had great news to share about the previous weekend of cycling excitement for the WWU team at the Collegiate National Championship in Ft. Collins, CO: First place (Phil Elasser) in the men’s criterium and second place (Daisy Phillips) in the women’s criterium. Both finished top 5 in the omnium. Dr. Noble has been involved with the team for several years. Kudos Dr. Noble!