Full Body Fix Radio #3: Mobility vs. Stability with Dr. Chuck Kutch, Bio-kinetic Chiropractic

On the show this week is my friend Dr. Chuck Kutch. He’s a sports Chiropractor and owner of Bio-Kinetic Chiropractic in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Live Date 1/1/2017


  1. Welcome [1:00]
  2. Sponsor – Siete Family Foods [1:16]
  3. Interview and Bio with Dr. Chuck Kutch [3:00]
  4. How you got into Chiropractic? [5:10]
  5. What is “BioKinetic Chiropractic” and “root cause analysis” when dealing with pain. [7:25]
  6. Why the gym setting? [9:45]
  7. Gym as the model for health care center [10:38]
  8. Using the Full Body Fix as a provider [11:55]
  9. “Mobility” vs. “Stability” [15:53]
  10. Can Chiropractic Adjustments improve stability via neurologic changes? [16:55]
  11. Movement Myth Buster Segment: Is squatting and deadlifting safe and beneficial? [18:25]
  12. Graston and Active Release Techniques [19:40]
  13. Dr. Chuck’s personal health routines? Training? Eating? [21:36]
  14. What is “Eat off the board”? [23:00]
  15. Favorite Foods – Sweet Potato seasoning (rosemary, cinnamon, garlic sea salt, garlic pepper and Kasandrinos Olive Oil or ghee). [24:24]
  16. Working on helping busy people and parents meal prep and workout [26:06]
  17. Best way for people to connect with you? [27:45]
    Web: Drchuckkutch.com
    Instagram: @drchuckkutch
    Email: Primalchiro@gmail.com
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drchuckprimalchiro/
  18. Sponsor – PureWod PRE [28:45] Coupon Code “Fullbodyfix” 10% off
  19. Dr. Scott wraps up the importance of foundational strength and form [29:25]
  20. Providers interested in access to the Full Body Fix for their patients/clients [30:40]

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