FREE COVID-19 Resources and Webinar for Chiropractic from ChiroHealthUSA

As CEO of ChiroHealthUSA and the owner of two practices, I myself have been looking for resources to help me make the best decisions I can for the team at ChiroHealthUSA and for our doctors, our staff, and the patients we serve. While there is a lot of information out there from the CDC, WHO, and local governments, I was interested in material specific to not only my practices, but helpful for the entire profession.

Fortunately, we have some of the best consultants in chiropractic at our disposal and the team at ChiroArmor has prepared a 21-minute webinar that covers the following topics:

  • What do I need to know about this pandemic?

  • What should I do for my patients, my staff, and my practice?

  • What is our clinic's policy regarding disease control? Is it consistent with recommendations from OSHA?

  • How should we train our staff?

  • How does patient care change?

  • Should we close our doors?

  • What should we communicate to our communities/patients about our practice’s policy regarding COVID-19?

This webinar, and the downloads provided, will give you the facts you need to help protect yourself, your patients, and your staff. Downloading the materials will NOT place you in an email campaign. You will receive pertinent updates regarding COVID-19.

To download the webinar and materials, please click here:


In addition to addressing the clinical aspects of COVID-19, our friends at SideCar have stepped up to provide us with specific steps for managing the business side of your practice during this crisis and how to provide leadership and a calming effect on your team and your community during this stressful time. On Thursday, ChiroHealthUSA is co-hosting a webinar with Dr. Nathan Unruh from SideCar.  To register for the webinar, please click here:


It is during these stressful times that true leadership emerges. These are the times when strength breeds resilience, when confidence provides hope. The enemy, in large measure, isn’t biology, it’s psychology.

That’s not to say we are unrealistic. Our patients want to see us taking the necessary precautions, washing hands, cleaning surfaces, maintaining proper distance. Our teams want to see us measured, thoughtful, and planning for what comes next.

On Thursday, we’ll explore ways to stay engaged and vital in our communities.

I hope you'll join us for this important discussion with leaders in the chiropractic profession.

There is no charge for any of these resources and I want to compliment Dr. Scott Munsterman with Best Practices Academy/ChiroArmor, and Dr. Nathan Unruh at SideCar for stepping up to provide this information for our providers and the entire profession. Through their collective efforts, they allow us to continue to be The Network that Works for Chiropractic.

Stay Healthy Out There!

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