Episode 7: Making Your Life Better with Dr. Jason Dean
May 28, 2020
In this episode, Sara talks with Dr. Jason Dean, a chiropractor based in Florida who works to help people improve their lives by better understanding their physical selves. Dr. Dean speaks about how he entered chiropractic, how he helps people to get their bodies working as they should, and why he believes in communication and freedom.
- How did you get into chiropractic and how did you become so passionate about what you do?
- Dr. Dean actually started in sports marketing before getting into chiropractic medicine.
- Dr. Dean went through a period where he was very unhealthy and suffered depression. He was put on Adderall and Zoloft and hated how they made him feel.
- He met his wife, who was a chiropractor, and that motivated him to change his course.
- Can people have too much copper?
- Yes, but it is difficult to reach the upper limits of how much copper you can have.
- Typically, your body tends to excrete what it doesn’t actually need.
- What are your “must haves” daily, for supplements?
- Dr. Dean is working on his immunity, cleaning up his lungs, and supporting his adrenal glands.
- His regimen changes, sometimes by the week, depending on what he feels his needs are.
- Why are you not the biggest fan of vitamin D?
- Your body should be able to produce its own vitamin D in response to sunlight, the real issue is the way your body is detoxing itself.
- What do you do for people who need to vaccine detox?
- He prefers to think of it as getting the body’s channels for detoxification working.
- Dr. Dean briefly explains the differences in education/training between medical doctors and chiropractic doctors.
- Do you think building relationships with patients is a critical part of the profession?
- Dr. Dean is heading to a freedom rally in California to get it opened back up.
- When did freedom become one of your passions?
3 Key Points:
- It is never too late to start making a change.
- The needs of our body change, and what your body needs will not always be the same.
- Communication with patients is one of the absolute top priorities.