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Opening doors to increase the reach of chiropractic with Dr. Angel Ochoa-Rea

To connect with patients from diverse backgrounds effectively, we need to be genuinely curious about their challenges and needs. Dr. Angel Ochoa-Rea and Dr. Ron Oberstein discuss inclusivity and unconscious bias and how by educating ourselves and identifying with the struggles and challenges faced by different populations, we can open doors to increase the reach of chiropractic.

Dr. Angel Ochoa-Rea graduated from Life Chiropractic College West in 2014 and practices in San Diego. He has served on the Board of Regents of Life West since 2017 and is also the founder and president of the National Gay and Lesbian Chiropractic Association.

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Written by Dr. Ron Oberstein
Dr. Oberstein is a 1981 graduate of Life Chiropractic College in Marietta, Georgia, and has had private practices in the Boston and San Diego areas. He has lectured at venues worldwide on the scientific validation of chiropractic and the effectiveness of the chiropractic adjustment along with leading philosophical conversations on salutogenesis and the vitalistic force that resides within the body. Dr. Ron has been significantly involved in professional development within the chiropractic community. He has served as the past Vice President of the International Chiropractors Association, and has been extensively involved in state, national and international politics during his 39 years in chiropractic. He is well-known throughout the profession as a passionate chiropractic advocate, a resourceful communicator, and a lifelong humanitarian. Dr. Oberstein and his wife of 32 years, Dr. Mary Oberstein, together have served thousands of people with chiropractic care, and constantly travel spreading the chiropractic message to the corners of the globe. The Obersteins have three daughters, Lauren, Morgan and Sydney, and all three are practicing chiropractors.
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