Well Connected Twin Cities Podcast

Ep25 Dr. Daniel Schilling | Reprogramming the Brain with QNRT

October 06, 2020 Well Connected Twin Cities / Dr. Daniel Schilling Season 1 Episode 25
Well Connected Twin Cities Podcast
Ep25 Dr. Daniel Schilling | Reprogramming the Brain with QNRT
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Well Connected Twin Cities Podcast
Ep25 Dr. Daniel Schilling | Reprogramming the Brain with QNRT
Oct 06, 2020 Season 1 Episode 25
Well Connected Twin Cities / Dr. Daniel Schilling

An Interview with Master QNRT Practitioner, Dr. Daniel Schilling who further describes the mind-body connection and how what we know about emotions, nervous systems, and the brain is optimizing the way we treat conditions and dis-ease. 

Dr. Schilling is a practicing chiropractor and kinesiologist, and founder of Secoya Health in Woodbury, MN. Prior to studying Chiropractic Medicine, he had a career as a Mechanical Engineer. His work analyzing many different systems as an engineer has provided him with a heightened understanding of the interconnectedness of the systems of the human body.

Applying these skills to his chiropractic care allows Dr. Schilling to not simply focus on the immediate pain, but rather on finding and correcting the root cause of the problem.

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An Interview with Master QNRT Practitioner, Dr. Daniel Schilling who further describes the mind-body connection and how what we know about emotions, nervous systems, and the brain is optimizing the way we treat conditions and dis-ease. 

Dr. Schilling is a practicing chiropractor and kinesiologist, and founder of Secoya Health in Woodbury, MN. Prior to studying Chiropractic Medicine, he had a career as a Mechanical Engineer. His work analyzing many different systems as an engineer has provided him with a heightened understanding of the interconnectedness of the systems of the human body.

Applying these skills to his chiropractic care allows Dr. Schilling to not simply focus on the immediate pain, but rather on finding and correcting the root cause of the problem.

Follow Dr. Schilling on Instagram and Facebook

Mentioned in this episode:


If you like what we're doing, support us by subscribing and leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts. Take a screenshot and tag us on Instagram (@WellConnectedTwinCities) so we can say thank you.