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Patient Communication as it relates to SOT® indicators – Dan Foss, DC, AP

Dr Dan Foss, DC, AP graduated from the University of Western States, Portland, Oregon USA in 2003. He moved to Costa Rica, Spain, Ireland, and then San Antonio Texas where he has had his chiropractic office for 12 years. He has advanced certifications in pediatrics, cranial therapy, and obstetrics focusing on conditions like tongue tie, birth traumas, sleep disorders, TMJ, autism, scoliosis, paralysis, disc herniations, anxiety, and allergies. He has a passion for helping pregnant women have an empowered birth and helping men over 40 stay active and healthy. He is the author on multiple books on Ketogenic Diets, Intermittent Fasting, and Aerobic Exercise which were published in 2016.

He has been married to his wife Margarita since 2014, and has two sons Niall and Noel and a daughter Naihla. He enjoys traveling and has traveled extensively through Central and South America as well as Western and Eastern Europe.  He is bilingual and enjoys living a minimalist lifestyle and enjoys conversations over consumer goods. Trail running is his addiction and he has been training for a 50 kilometer trail race in west Texas.

TOPIC:  Enhancing patient communication and compliance with SOT(r) Indicators:
Class Summary:
My goal with this class is to not only help you enhance your communication but improve you compliance and outcomes with patient care.  This is not practice management or evidence based medicine. With SOT(R) we have an incredible toolkit to address not only structural but functional, chemical, and emotional issues with our patients. We can utilize SOT(R) indicators as a way to kinesthetically connect the dots between our patients goals and our clinical outcomes. 
In this class you will learn: 
– A method to show patients within seconds that you created a physiological change in their body. 
– How to use “touch and tell” to teach your patients more about what you do and how you can help them with so many more aliments than just musculoskeletal. 
– How to communicate with your patients about organ and cranial based issues that you can address