Dr. Patrick Flynn on his book I Disagree: How These Two Words Are the Secret to Thinking Differently and Taking Control of Your Health
Dr. Patrick Flynn, the author of I Disagree: How These Two Words Are the Secret to Thinking Differently and Taking Control of Your Health, an international best-seller in seven categories in eight countries joins eHealth Radio and the Infertility & Health News Channels. He and his girlfriend, now wife Christy, were told that Christy could not have children, he said two words, "I disagree." Two decades later, they have four beautiful daughters.
How did your personal experience shape your philosophy?
You say we should focus on causal factors rather than symptoms and diseases themselves. Why?
What is the number one factor that causes hormonal imbalance in women?
What should men know about maintaining a healthy testosterone level?
Why is hormone testing so important?
Dr. Patrick Flynn, DC, clinician, speaker and international best-selling author, is dedicated to changing the trajectory of rising rates of chronic health conditions. He is the author of I Disagree: How These Two Words Are the Secret to Thinking Differently and Taking Control of Your Health, an international best-seller in seven categories in eight countries.
He is the founder and director of The Wellness Way, a chiropractic and wellness practice headquartered in Green Bay, Wis., with more than 70 clinics around the world. Dr. Flynn sees patients and trains doctors in a revolutionary approach to health, emphasizing the importance of thinking differently. He travels worldwide hosting seminars and workshops discussing hormones, health and why it’s important to think differently about your health.
A graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Flynn has obtained countless hours of post-graduate training in nutrition, naturopathic, female hormone issues, autism and heavy metal toxicity. Dr. Flynn is passionate about achieving the best clinical outcomes for his patients through testing and finding the causes that are disrupting normal function.