RDL#164: Dr. Stanton Hom | Being The Change

Can you be the change? It’s easy to get caught up in things that you cannot control, but what if you focus your attention on being the change you want to see in the world instead? In this conversation with Dr. Stanton Hom we discuss what his military experiences taught him, how he’s found the courage to take a stand in his community during challenging times, and building mental resilience to make bold moves in your life and business. 

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About Our Guest: After getting out of the military in 2005, Dr. Stanton Hom spent two years in San Diego as his brother’s patient. He became a CHEK Exercise Coach and learned about holistic healing and principled chiropractic care from the patient perspective. In 2007, he enrolled at the Southern California University of Health Sciences, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic and graduated in 2010 cum laude. Although he excelled in his classroom education, he spent nearly every weekend in post-graduate programs preparing for clinical practice. He is currently working on his diplomate with the American Chiropractic Neurology Board and the Academy College of Chiropractic Pediatrics.

Dr. Hom’s practice, Future Generations Chiropractic, specializes in Pediatric and Prenatal Care.  He has also found a particular passion and skillset for kids with neurobehavioral challenges. Chiropractic techniques he includes are Webster, Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT), Diversified, OTZ, Biogeometric Integration, Gonstead, Cranialsacral, Activator, among others.

Because of his diversity in training, Dr. Hom has a unique ability to adapt his technique to meet each patient’s need. He is also trained in functional blood chemistry analysis and for many families in his practice acts as a natural primary care provider. He prides himself on his compassion and kindness, his ability to connect with his patients.