136 SigTalks | Does Innate Make Mistakes – From Answers

With your host, Dr. Carey Pabouet-Sigafoose.

Do you have an intimate relationship with Innate? Is it something that you can put all your trust in? How many of you listening to this episode believe in Innate, but you never speak about it to your patients?

There are a butt load of topics on this weeks clip, but the three that stood out to me were Innate, my relationship with Innate and how our educated mind gets in the way of Innate being expressed in us and through us.

Dr. Carey

When is the last time you did a screening? When is the last time you had major office growth.

Screening is not just about getting new patients, it is about getting out there and telling the chiropractic story to anyone who will listen.

So if you’re not big on screenings, don’t worry, there is an answer, just listen to what Dr. Sigafoose has to say and then DO what he says.

I promise, it will all work out.

Dr. Carey

This is part II from last weeks show “Is Chiropractic A Religion.” I had to share another part of this episode, because the lesson it teaches is so important.

Are you an out of the pocket type of guy or more like me, a 15 years in practice and I finally get it type of guy?

This episodes explores many different topic, from how you graduate, to politics, to vaccinations. There is so much to digest that I think you will have to listen to it over and over.

Dr. Carey

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 cookies, but that does not make me worship at the temple of the oatmeal cookie.

There is so much more to this episode then to just dwell on the the title, so have a listen for yourself and if you have read this far, please share this on your social media platforms and comment.

Is what we do a religion?

Dr. Carey


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 I got from this episode, which is filled with so many more gems to educate us and teach us what, The Philosophy, of chiropractic is.

Dr. Carey N. Pabouet-Sigafoose


How many people do we never help, because we never took the time to tell them what chiropractic is?

How many people are out there grasping at straws and relying on medicine to save them, when all it is doing is covering up the symptoms and killing them slowly?

How many people could we save, by just telling them about chiropractic, but we don’t, because we are afraid that they will not believe us or worse. I honestly don’t know what the worse is, but I am certain all of you could add to that statement.

Have a listen to this weeks episode and then in the comments, tell us all your reason for not telling people what chiropractic is.

I love you because you all love the things I love!

Dr. Carey


So what did everyone do over Christmas? I finally go to dig back through my box of Dad’s audios and I came across the 12 tapes a year program. The good news is, is that I saved a year of them, the bad news is the first 12 and the last 12 were lost.

So what I did was rename them “The Legend Lives On,” and put them on Sigafoose.com as a box set of 12.

The clip that I entitled “Sigafoose the P.T. Barnum of Chiropractic” is just one of approximately 12 hours of PURE chiropractic philosophy.

It is only fit that this be the first episode of 2018, the year of standing up and screaming from the top of my lungs, “I Am A Chiropractor!”

Are you selling yourself and your personality?

You should be!

Dr. Carey


For this episode, I had to enlist the help of one of the best chiropractors, consultants and speakers I know, Dr. Pam Jarboe of ChiroBloom.

I had the fortune of speaking on the same platform with her this past year at ChiroEurope and within moments, a lifelong friendship had formed.

On this episode, Dr. Pam helps me dig into what Dr. James Sigafoose is speaking about, when he talks about “Practice Building.”

Dr. Pamela Jarboe practices chiropractic with her husband, Dr. Stephen Jarboe. She began her chiropractic career working as an assistant for a chiropractor in 1986. She traveled into Harlem, NY with her boss; adjusting children who were drug addicted, had AIDS or were abandoned as babies. Inspired by the many changes she witnessed in this practice, especially in herself, she decided to switch from her writing education and attend Life Chiropractic University, graduating as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 1995.

Her goal is to support you in creating the practice and life you dreamed of.

To create a thoughtfully successful practice demands many different skills. Having enthusiasm and passion are great, but often tools like business acumen, mad sick marketing skills, communication clarity, team leading ability and maintaining a clear head space are required. Her unique approach gives you modern tools to help keep you current in today’s marketplace.

So sit back and get ready to be amazed at her incredible ability to not only educate, but to entertain as well.


Dr. Carey & Dr. Pam

Are you doing in office workshops to further educate your patients on what we do as chiropractors?

In this episode, we listen to a clip of Dr. James Sigafoose’s, “doctor education video,” designed to help doctors learn how to use his flip chart, now a powerpoint presentation, in the office.

This entire program is now available on Sigafoose.com, but even if you do not use it in your office with your patients, this is an excellent tool for you to use to educate yourself and your staff on what CHIROPRACTIC is and why it is so important to be under chiropractic care.

Love yea,

Dr. Carey

Innate, Innate, Innate! That seems to be what my topics have been about lately, I guess because overtime I listen to one of my fathers recordings, that seems to be what he is talking about, so that must be what I am supposed to be hearing and working on.

This week Dr. Sigafoose talks about Innate and Materialistic and Ideological thinking. Now if you are confused with that, it is like Mechanistic and Vitalistic, or pain base versus subluxation based. You getting the point? If not then let me try to explain it to you this way.

Materialistic, is basically understanding chiropractic science and art, but not totally understanding the philosophy, yet you might try, but you don’t educate your patients about it.

Ideological, is understanding the science, art and philosophical part of chiropractic and understanding the connection of Innate and the spirit/religious aspect and or nature of what it is we do.

You know what, just listen and let me know what you think it means.

Dr. Carey

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.