How driven are you? Dr. Amelia Rodrock went through Chiropractic College as a young single mom because she wanted to provide more for her children, and because she had a vision for the life she wanted to live.  In this inspiring episode she shares her journey from being on social assistance to running a successful private practice, and why she is an advocate for helping women heal mentally and physically from toxic breast implants. We also discussed the benefits of not sharing a practice with your spouse, rituals for creating new projects without sacrificing family time, and some positive parenting tips for happy blended families. 

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About Our Guest:

Dr Amelia Rodrock has been in practice for almost six years. Chiropractic is a second career for her. She was a massage therapist for ten years before going to chiropractic school. When Dr Amelia started school she had never been adjusted, a client of hers told her he thought she would be good at it. At first she wasn’t sure because of the time and money commitment. But as a single mother of two she wanted to be able to provide for her children in a way she couldn’t at the time.

Dr Amelia specializes in prenatal, pediatric and women’s health. She is passionate about helping women realize their true potential in health and life.

Dr Amelia recently started started a program for women who are recovering from breast implant illness. As a breast implant illness survivor her goal is to help women heal mentally and physically from toxic breast implants, to inform the public about the potential harmful side effects of breast implants and to help young women love themselves without getting them.

Find out more about her BodyWise program and grab your free download here: https://bodywisedramelia.com/bii-ebook?fbclid=IwAR03m1omqzwWYR90oriSvMThbI_jGNMaLa7eAdH-TFSef7KlK0a7a4GyAzM

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