My Committment to you

Soon I will be closing in on 2 decades of practice. Over these years I have developed some good relationships and friendships with quality caring medical doctors, osteopaths, biomechanists, chiropractors, physical therapists, personal trainers, coaches, podiatrists, pedorthists, orthopedists, radiologists and surgeons from around the country. I have always tried to keep an open ear when it comes to these relationships so that I can learn and absorb wisdom from these experts.  This is one of the advantages of having a respectable relationship with other professionals, instead of defending territories and professions.

I have also learned much from my patients over the years, struggling through difficult cases is always the best teacher.  It is because of these patients, as each week goes by, I believe I become a better manual medicine doctor each and every week.  It is through these experiences, the integration of all I have learned to date, as well as my research, writing, teaching and continued seminars that I continuously strive to improve upon my understanding of the complexities of the human body. If you keep up with my daily blog at, my Facebook PAGE, my Youtube Videos, my Twitter feed and my podcasts you will easily see that I have a thirst to learn and to teach.  I share this passion every day with my patients and other professionals who join us every day on the blog from over 80 countries.

It is these daily challenges that inspire me to improve my knowledge base and my techniques of hands on manual medicine/ therapy, complexities of muscular imbalances, gait abnormalities recognition, principles of postural awareness and core stabilization and mobilization, movement pattern correction, rehabilitation, muscle chain coordination, joint function and balance, applied biomechanics, nutrition and chiropractic manipulation . . . . for the sake of my patients. 

I cannot always help everyone with every problem that presents to me. I cannot promise success every time. But I promise that I will always do my best, and when I fail, I will try to learn more about how I can do better next time.

This, you have my word.

- Dr. Allen