Are you Focused? In this week’s show Dr. Amy Spoelstra discusses how she creates the life and practice of her dreams by aligning with her personal values, continuously learning, and accepting the seasons in life and business. We also discussed why she believes focusing on brain development in her practice has been a key to her success, and her passion for teaching doctors through her FOCUS program. Dr. Spoelstra also shares her personal story and family connection with the clinical work she loves, her best tips for working with your spouse, and what keeps her inspired.
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About Our Guest:
Dr. Amy and her husband David live in Coeur d’Alene with their beautiful daughter, Meela, and chocolate lab, Izzy. They opened Spoelstra Family Chiropractic in April of 2008 after moving from South Carolina where she graduated cum laude from Sherman College of Chiropractic. She and her family love travel and experiencing new cultures! Her favorite things are exploring new places with her family, learning about different cultures and people, yoga, a good cup of coffee and to study….seriously, she loves to study! She is also the founder of the FOCUS program and Neuro-Deflective Retraining Method ™, FOCUS educational seminars for chiropractors, FOCUS Academy ™ and the Brain Blossom Program ™. She opened the FOCUS program within her practice in 2011 and has been helping children and adults with neurodevelopmental disorders in the northwest area ever since. She is the founder of FOCUS Educational Services, where she trains and consults other doctors around the country in the FOCUS model and how to lead with brain development to make the case for chiropractic. Dr. Amy is the co-founder of Navigate Your Healing, LLC which is an online platform designed to help parents and families who are affected by ASD and other neurodevelopmental disorders navigate the overwhelming and often isolating world of healing and living life with children with developmental challenges. She feels an enormous amount of gratitude to be able to live this life of purpose and love with her family. Connect with her at https://dramyspoelstra.com/