167 SigTalks | Patient Education, “Is It Important?”

How do you educate your patients? This is a BIG question and also incredibly important, because without an educated patient, you will have a short lived client who is only coming in to see you because they just want to get rid of their pain and not so they can have a healthier and more...

With your host, Dr. Carey Pabouet-Sigafoose.

133 SigTalks | The Religion Of Chiropractic

The age old question, "Is chiropractic a religion?" If D.D. had his way it would have been, but thank goodness that B.J. saw it differently. Now does it have some similarities to religion? Yes. But so does my affection towards...

132 SigTalks | Consistent & Persistent

Do you change your story from patient to patient depending on what aches and pains they are complaining about? Or due you stick to the chiropractic story! Do your remain consistent and persistent. That is the one tiny detail that...

128 SigTalks | The LAW

Have your listened to a speaker or an audio recording where the presenter has left your head spinning? Well today my sister Veronique and her husband Nick and I listened to my fathers consultation call we called "The Law." In...

127 SigTalks | It’s Called, “Here It Is.”

"Here It Is," wraps up one of my fathers best consultation calls ever, in my opinion. Here we see how selling yourself is not just about who you are or how you dress, it is about how simple you make...

Meet the Host

Dr. Carey Neal Pabouet-Sigafoose

Dr. Carey Pabouet-Sigafoose

Dr. Carey Sigafoose, a chiropractor and speaker, is the youngest son of Dr. James Sigafoose. During his life, Dr. James Sigafoose devoted his time to speaking worldwide about chiropractic philosophy. After his father’s passing, Dr. Carey decided to continue the legacy of educating chiropractors.

He digitized much of his father’s work, and created an online store, Sigafoose.com, so anyone could access the incredible information his father had provided throughout the years. From there, SigTalks, a chiropractic podcast was born.