About Chiropractor Success Secrets

Chiropractor Success Secrets Podcast with Doctor Corey Manikof, founder of the Palmercare Group. Dr. Corey Malnikof is a Chiropractor who went from having his debit card being declined for a $4 sandwich to owning multiple multi-million dollar practices. He is an author, speaker and nationally recognized chiropractic success expert. To learn how to transform you practice and your life with Doctor Corey’s Leadership experience, simply register at www.CoreyMalnikof.net or go to Palmercaregroup.com. On the podcast, Doctor Corey brings together some of the most cutting-edge successful chiropractors in the world to share with you how they grow their practices and how you can, too.

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Chiropractor Success Secrets

Dr. Corey Malnikof, DC.


Imagine a four-year-old boy with such bad asthma that he had to go to the emergency room twice a week to get a shot of adrenalin just so his lungs would open enough to breathe! Doctor after doctor said that he would just have to modify his lifestyle; that would mean no sports and no going outside in the cold.

That four-year-old boy was me! My parents eventually took me to the local chiropractor and spontaneously — after a week or two of visits — my asthma disappeared. I went on to play sports and I excelled at them very much; I was even able to play some college sports. I can also say that every time I was injured and told to take the customary "six to eight weeks off", I would go see my chiropractor and would be back at practice the next day. My coaches even called my chiropractor the "voodoo doctor" because of how quick I would come back. The decision to become a chiropractor was an easy one for me. The best part is that now I get to see the miracles every day!

I moved to Davenport, Iowa to receive my education at Palmer College of Chiropractic. There was no other school that I would have attended as Palmer is the "Fountainhead of Chiropractic"... it is where chiropractic started. I made it my mission to excel at school and I did just that! I was honored that my peers voted me into the Vogt Leader Society; an honor available to only 0.002% of students that attend Palmer. I was also elected president of the largest national student political association. While at Palmer, I focused on my future patients and, as such, attended a multitude of seminars to master as many techniques as possible. I thoroughly enjoyed the clinical aspect of my education and was selected to teach diagnosis courses, orthopedic courses, take care of patients in the physical therapy department, and help teach other students how to care for their patients. My education was one of the best experiences of my life and now it is my privilege to share it with my practice members.