The Top 6 Podcasts For Curious Chiropractors

If you’re looking to grow your chiropractic practice and get deeper relationships in the industry, throw in those earbuds and listen to a podcast. Podcasts are highly specialized shows that can provide unique information and resources in an approachable, radio-like format.


This makes podcasts the perfect solutions for on-the-go chiropractors. Listen on your commute to work, at lunch, or even in between patients. These shows help you stay up to date on chiropractic news and advice, so your practice can constantly be innovating and growing.


Chiropractic podcasts aren’t just for chiropractors, though. If you’ve been suffering from aches and pains, listening to these podcasts can give you a better idea about what you’re going through. They’ll equip you with the resources you need to take control of your health and visit a local professional.


Below are our 6 favorite podcasts for anyone interested in the chiropractic field. Some are about business, some are about medicine, and others are about you—so try them all out and see which ones you enjoy the most!


1. The Evidence-Based Chiropractor

The Evidence Based Chiropractor

Our favorite podcast is The Evidence Based Chiropractor. This show presents you with everything from chiropractic research to marketing for your practice. This is more than just a radio show. You’ll get step-by-step guides to building your referral relationships so you can get more patients in the door. The more people you market to, the more people you attract, and the more people you help.


This shows gives you the tools to build a growing, thriving practice, so you can focus on care and not on business. You get access to a number of resources including the podcast, blog, book, coaching, programs, free tools, and more. It’s one of the most straightforward approaches to chiro-practice growth, which makes it also one of the best investments of your time.


MedZone was featured on an episode of The Evidence Based Chiropractor, interviewed by Dr. Jeffrey Langmaid DC! This podcast is definitely worth taking the time to listen to if you want growth, abundance, and engagement to be in your business’s future.


2. The Chiropractic Philanthropist

Dr. Ed Osburn runs The Chiropractic Philanthropists. He hosts weekly discussions about the highs and lows of owning a practice and what it means to be in a profession of healing and giving. He presents an honest, realistic view of the career, presenting his own struggles and challenges as well as those of his listeners.


But it isn’t a show for complaining. He presents a problem and that provides practical advice and encouragement to create the solution to that problem.


Dr. Ed Osburn is a “mind practice mentor,” so he focuses on the attitude and mindset behind the chiropractic business. If you own a practice, you are not just a healer but also an entrepreneur—which brings with it a whole new set of challenges. This show addresses everything from scientific advancements to business owner burnout to financial statements and everything in between.


The podcast has featured guests like Grant Cardone, Dr. John Gray, Chris Guillebeau, and so many other major names in entrepreneurship, business, philanthropy, and chiropractic.


This is the best podcast if you’re looking for “ideas, innovation, and insight” for running your chiropractic practice.


3. Chiropractic Science

The Chiropractic Science podcast

This podcast is made for chiropractors who love to learn about their field. The Chiropractic Science podcast focuses on ongoing research and science, discovered and discussed by leading chiropractic experts. They’ll provide evidence, engage with listeners, and discuss the implications of their findings now and in the future.


This creates a community-wide conversation centralized in a single location. Collaboration and innovation are at the heart of Chiropractic Science. This kind of presentation is absolutely critical in the chiropractic world since methods and studies are constantly changing. Having a single spot with all the info you need, presented in an accessible format, is crucial to keeping your practice updated and advanced.


Along with their podcasts by prominent researchers, their site also includes slide decks, blogs, reviews, and resources that open up the doors for even more learning.


4. Exploring Chiropractic

Exploring Chiropractic

Exploring Chiropractic is run by a chiropractic student who wanted more resources outside of the school community. The show goes through specific chiropractic schools, so potential students can see if it’s the right path for them. They also go over what it’s like to be a chiropractic resident, the interview process, research projects, and more.


Exploring Chiropractic focuses on the “future” of the chiropractic industry through learning and schooling.


For potential chiropractors, this is the ultimate resource to ensure you’re headed down a strong path towards the right career. It provides invaluable resources for students navigating the chiropractic and medicine world.


For current chiropractors, it gives a better idea of how the industry is constantly changing. It opens up doors for partnerships and research, while also allowing a deeper connection between chiropractors and their students or apprentices. A lot of chiropractors love Exploring Chiropractic because they can learn about new methods and ideas that students are learning in class even before it hits the typical “chiro-conference” market.


5. ChiroCandy: THE Chiropractic Marketing Podcast

ChiroCandy podcast

Billy Sticker, chiropractic marketing expert, narrows the focus of the ChiroCandy podcast to get you to think more like a marketer. He provides tools, resources, and advice so you think like a businessperson and not just a chiropractor. Owning a practice means owning a business, so you need to learn to market like one to get patients in the door.


This is one of the most specific how-to chiropractic podcasts out there. One show will be entirely about Facebook videos. The next is about boosting your business by 10x. And the next is a networking review of chiropractic conferences and summits.   


Sticker shares his own experience in the field, and he also interviews key industry leaders in both marketing and medicine. But the best part of this podcast is that it’s more than just a show… It’s a community. He engages his listeners directly, and he’s built a network of ChiroCandy listeners. He’s even offering a ChiroCandy cruise with onboard speakers. This is a great way to learn about the chiropractic business in a community-based atmosphere.


6. The Modern Chiropractic Marketing Show

The Modern Chiropractic Marketing Show

The Modern Chiropractic Marketing Show is an entertaining way to engage with different areas of your chiropractic business. Dr. Kevin Christie is the host of The Modern Chiropractic Marketing Show. He focuses on sports chiropractics, and he’s the developer of Health-Fit Chiropractic and Sports Medicine.


This gives the podcast a slightly narrowed view on sports chiropractic medicine, but that’s not where it stops. Episodes include relationship-based chiro, marketing your practice, and even using social media. One of our favorite recent episodes was about hosting a sports recovery experience. This is a great way to open up your practice and become a well-established brand in your local area.


Like ChiroCandy, Dr. Christie turns his podcast into a community. He offers a “think tank” in the form of a Facebook group. Listeners can request to join the forum to share ideas about marketing, business growth, and research in the field. The goal is to create a group of “chiropractors seeking abundance and freedom in their lives.”



Podcasts are the most time- and cost- efficient methods to improve your business. They will give you scientific and medical research that ensure you’re constantly innovating in methods and technology; they’ll provide you marketing and social resources to grow your business, and they’ll discuss the ups and downs of the chiropractic and entrepreneurship lifestyle.


Best yet, these podcasts all have the end goal to make you feel better. They help you get rid of your aches and pains so you can have the stamina to grow your business.


Anything that removes pain and gets you back in the game is what we’re about here at MedZone! Check out our mission statement here.


What are your favorite chiropractic, medicine, or marketing podcasts? Let us know in the comments below.

1 comment

I’d love to throw our hat in the ring for 2019’s list. The Chiropractic Forward Podcast focuses on evidence based discussions that typically include research papers, updated practice guidelines, professional specialization and standardization, and integration. I would invite you to give it a listen on iTunes and all other podcast platforms as well as at

Jeff Williams March 16, 2020

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