Doc-cast 5 – Transient Learning Opportunity

Nothing ever goes away until it teaches us what we need to know

This is true of many things, but most don’t think of pain and physical limitations in such terms.  We have a tendency to become frustrated with such things and view them in a negative fashion.  But when we consider the design of the body, pain and physical limitations are generally “transient learning opportunities”.  These signals are protective mechanisms through which our body communicates that something is wrong and something has to change for things to go right again.

Only when we open up a dialogue with our problems can we learn from them; can we be taught by them.  Because as the quote warns us, problems don’t go away until we learn (and apply) the information we gather from the dialogue.

This doc-cast dives into how we should L.E.A.D ourselves through the trials of our pain and limitiations, and really any problem.

  • Learn
  • Experience
  • Adapt
  • Dominate

When we are open to following this flow and embrace the process, we not only rid ourselves from the problem, but we truly own our progression through the experience.

Happy Thanksgiving, Good luck, #keepmoving, and #keepunderstanding


Doc-cast 5 from Jared Vananne on Vimeo.


Doc-cast 4 – Damn You Entropy. Getting on Top of Chaos

Don’t freak out about the word “Entropy.”  It is simply a scientific term that explains the tendency of things to become disorganized over time.

Realistically, we all should have a very good idea what entropy is when we take a look at our lives!  Things fall apart, plans dissolve, attention is stolen, people let us down, we let ourselves down, and everything else that has a tendency to unravel is the real world expression of ENTROPY.

You can’t eliminate entropy, but you can control with a little bit of effort (aka… energy expenditure).

This doc-cast discusses where entropy may show its ugly head and what you can do to keep it in a low state of existence… stay on top of you business!

Enjoy and don’t forget to SHARE, COMMENT, SUBSCRIBE, and IMPROVE.

Good luck and #keepunderstanding


Entropy from Jared Vananne on Vimeo.


Doc-cast 3 – JMM Pillars for Success

Doc-cast 3 – JMM Pillars for Success from Jared Vananne on Vimeo.

In this episode we discuss the foundational principles that have made Health & Performance Center a successful practice regarding patient results.
As we discussed in the previous episode, our reviews are amazing because of the staff and the quality patients that utilize our facility.  But without a standardized approach to producing results, the positive reviews don’t happen.
We focus on a Joint, Muscle, and Movement approach that integrates treatments to Joints and Muscles, while providing the opportunity to solidify everything with refined postures and movement patterns.  A mouth-full, I know, but an incredible effective mechanism to produce results.
Enjoy the show and don’t forget to share.
#keepmoving, #keepunderstanding


Doc-cast 2 – Why all the Awesome Reviews?

I don’t want this to be a “pat me on the back” session, but more of a “this is why” things have gone well session.  We are on Doc-cast #2, but we have been around for nearly a decade.  In that time, I have noticed a few things that have lead to roughly 200+ reviews and nearly a 99% rating.  They are as follows:
  1. Amazing Patients
  2. Awesome Staff
  3. Phenom Associate
  4. Consistency with our Process
This doc-cast breaks all of that down and is pertinent to patients, perspective patients, perspective doctors, and young DC’s wondering how to make it all work.

As always, share, like, follow… we’ll be around.

Good luck and #keepunderstanding

Doc-cast 2 – Why all the Awesome Reviews from Jared Vananne on Vimeo.



Doc-cast #1: Chronic Disease, Nutrition, and Exercise

Welcome to the very first Health & Performance Center Doc-cast, created by none other than Dr. Jared.  This episode highlights this weeks “Colleen Quote” discussing chronic disease being the result of less than ideal nutrition and exercise.  Enjoy, share, comment, and #keepmoving.

Doc-cast 1 – Chronic Disease, Nutrition, and Exercise from Jared Vananne on Vimeo.