Natural cellulite remedies on your mind? In this episode, Courtney chats with chiropractor superstar Dr. Ann Barter about muscle imbalances, holistic approaches to hormones and the cellulite debate! Throw away the creams that don’t work and get blown away by the remedies Dr. Ann Barter found like cupping and Graston as she was searching for natural remedies for her own health. Her passion for these remedies will open your eyes to new ways to treat your own micro-traumas and imbalances in your own body.
In this Episode You Will Learn:
- How going through puberty changed the way she looked at her health for the rest of her life
- Why learning about the entire body from a holistic standpoint changed Dr. Ann Barter’s life
- Why your body sends you signs and how to start taking action with the signs your body gives you
- How insurance companies are pushing the way doctors treat their patients
- Why inflammation is a big deal and what you can start to do about it
- Why women get cellulite in certain areas and why
- How techniques like cupping and Graston can help with cellulite and muscle dominance
Questions I Ask:
- What got you into the chiropractic practice?
- How did going through puberty change your life’s path?
- When did you start searching for alternative methods to traditional medicine?
- How did you know that you needed to do something different?
- When did you know this should be your life’s work?
- How can you start treating your entire body for total health and alignment?
- What are some changes you have made in your exercise/diet routine to help you live a healthy lifestyle?
- What is quad dominance and how do you know if you have it?
- What is Graston and how does it help with cellulite?
- What is cupping and how does it help us activate certain muscles?
- What does Fit Fierce and Fabulous mean to you?
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Learn More About Dr. Ann Barter:
Dr. Ann-Marie Barter is a chiropractor who serves Niwot, Longmont, Boulder, Lyons, Louisville, Lafayette and the surrounding communities in the Denver Metro Area.
Dr. Barter graduated from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon, an accredited 4 year Doctoral program that is considered a leader in evidence-based medicine, and the first Chiropractic school to be awarded a federal research grant.
Dr. Barter underwent rigorous clinical training with some of the finest chiropractors. Dr. Barter has also undergone advanced training in Applied Kinesiology, completing over 400 extra classroom hours and is certified to practice Applied Kinesiology. She has also studied Functional Blood Chemistry under Dr. Kharrazian.
She has taken an interest in optimizing health by incorporating diet counseling, whole food supplementation, herbal therapy, wellness and lifestyle coaching, scar tissue work, deep tissue massage, and exercise programs.
Dr. Barter has completed the 18 hours required for certification by The Running Clinic for: New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries. This training course has been delivered more than a hundred times, on 5 continents! It has been developed using the most recent scientific evidence, it questions several current unjustified practices. The techniques learned in this class help Dr. Barter better assess her patients and aids in making recommendations for avoiding future running-related injuries.
Medicine is a second career and passion for Dr. Barter. Initially, she worked at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics in Fort Worth, Texas negotiating major systems for their fighter jet program. She excelled at difficult negotiations and was able to hit challenging company goals.
Dr. Barter is passionate about chiropractic, helping people get out of pain and reach their maximum potential. Chiropractic changed Dr. Barter’s life. When she was in initially introduced to chiropractic (in her early 20’s) she was skeptical. The more educated she became in the art of chiropractic, the more interested and intrigued she became, until she finally asked for an adjustment from a family friend who practices chiropractic. The treatment was like magic. He not only adjusted her spine but also her feet, hips, knees, wrists, and elbows. She felt new and light, like a better version of herself. He also took extra time to put her on a specific dietary protocol and nutritional regimen, from which she realized major positive changes. She excelled academically, experienced less gastrointestinal upset, reduced brain-fog, lost weight, and started to enjoy activities like hiking, because her foot mechanics had been changed.
Dr. Barter has been active in athletics her entire life. For 17 years Dr. Barter was a competitive dancer. These days she can be found dancing, skiing, running, performing yoga, biking, hiking, lifting weights or walking her Rhodesian Ridgeback, Ritz. She knows what it takes to be an athlete and she finds great satisfaction in helping athletes reach their maximum potential.
Dr. Barter uses chiropractic care to improve the health and wellness in all areas of patient’s lives, whether they are having problems with back or neck pain, or just want to start feeling better when they wake up in the morning. Dr. Barter takes a “whole person” approach to chiropractic care, which means looking for the underlying causes of disease, discomfort, and pain, as opposed to just treating the symptoms.
Many seemingly unrelated symptoms often arise from imbalances in the spinal column, extremities, biochemical disturbances, and stress and Dr. Barter will be able to determine the root of the problem and create a personalized chiropractic and wellness plan to suit each patient’s individual needs.
Dr. Ann-Marie Barter is passionate about helping you and your family. She has a broad range of diagnostic skills and enjoys working with women and men of all ages including pregnant women, kids, and geriatric patients. She is dedicated to appropriately assessing your condition, building an individualized treatment program, and optimizing your health.
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