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Philosophy in Practice - Matthew Doyle

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Dialogue with Matthew Doyle

November 22, 2023

TIC Practice Tips:

  • Adopt a philosophical lens to guide clinical decisions and communication
  • Lead by example and create congruence between philosophy and practice
  • Set clear health goals with patients and track incremental progress
  • Train staff on language reflecting chiropractic philosophy
  • Stay grounded in philosophy while advancing the evidence base
  • Contribute to global health evolution one practice and one patient at a time

More About Matthew Doyle:

Matthew graduated from RMIT in 2005 and has been in full-time family practices in the UK and Australia. He has worked in leadership roles in student and professional practice, through The Australian Spinal Research Foundation, the World Congress of Chiropractic Students, the Chiropractic Association of Australia (QLD) branch, the College of Chiropractic Paediatrics and the Australian Chiropractors Association Northern Committee and Australasian Institute of Chiropractic Education Paediatric Committee.

Matthew has taught at the Barcelona College of Chiropractic and the chiropractic program at Central Queensland University, and has run post graduate chiropractic programs for the care of children and pregnant women across Europe and Australasia. He has published multiple peer reviewed articles around the chiropractic care of children, and has peer reviewed for multiple journals.