Dr. Dillon Remmick is a skilled chiropractor and owner of the Minnesota Regenerative Institute. With a focus on corrective chiropractic, Dr. Remmick specializes in spinal rehabilitation and curve correction, providing a unique technique for his practice members and community. Alongside his chiropractic work, Dr. Remmick is also well-versed in sports medicine, having worked with high-profile teams like the Minnesota Vikings, Brainerd Lunkers, and the Brainerd Lumberjacks. His expertise is further highlighted by his certification in Neuropathy and Chronic Pain Syndromes from the American College of Physical Medicine. At the Minnesota Regenerative Institute, clients can access a range of services including knee pain relief, spinal decompression, and neuropathy treatment. Dr. Remmick’s passion for health development is evident through his ongoing efforts to create new programs that will benefit his clients and the local community.
What is your typical day, and how do you make it productive?
On a typical day my wife and I get up in the morning and workout. We wake up our 3 kids, 9 yo daughter, 7 and 4yo boys. We get them ready for and drop them off at school. I work from a calendar. I own 3 practices. One in Connecticut, Florida, and Minnesota. I do zoom and phone meetings and training to manage these practices. I work primarily out of the Minnesota clinic, the Minnesota Regenerative Institute in Baxter Minnesota.
How do you bring ideas to life?
I am always researching ways to improve patient outcomes. I am on calls every week with providers and healthcare companies learning about new technology and ways we can serve our patients better.
What’s one trend that excites you?
As individuals become more knowledgeable about the impact of their lifestyle choices on their health, many are taking a proactive approach to their well-being. Rather than simply reacting to symptoms or illnesses as they arise, people are adopting preventative measures to ensure their health remains in good standing. This shift in mindset empowers individuals to be in control of their own health trajectory, allowing them to live life to the fullest without the worry of an unexpected illness disrupting their plans. By taking the necessary steps to maintain a healthy lifestyle, individuals are investing in their long-term health and can enjoy the benefits of feeling their best both physically and mentally.
What is one habit that helps you be productive?
Scheduling my days and weeks in advance.
What advice would you give your younger self?
Live in the now. Time flies, don’t miss out on the moments.
Tell us something you believe that almost nobody agrees with you on?
The power of belief is often overlooked when it comes to the healing process. However, research has shown that when individuals truly believe that their bodies are capable of healing themselves, they often experience remarkable results. The mind-body connection has become increasingly recognized as a crucial component of health and wellness. By cultivating a positive mindset and trusting in the body’s innate ability to heal, individuals can potentially harness their own healing powers. It’s important to note that this doesn’t mean disregarding medical interventions entirely, but rather utilizing a combination of approaches to support the body’s healing process. In other words, empowering oneself with the belief that our bodies are capable of healing themselves can be a powerful tool on the road to health and wellness.
What is the one thing you repeatedly do and recommend everyone else do?
Never stop learning and trying to become a better person.
When you feel overwhelmed or unfocused, what do you do?
Determine if what I am doing aligns with my values. If it doesn’t, change what I’m doing. Also, family time.
What is one strategy that has helped you grow your business or advance in your career?
You can always learn something from someone. Never act like you know everything.
What is one failure in your career, how did you overcome it, and what lessons did you take away from it?
Hiring solely on a resume vs the person. Hire based on the person’s values and who they are vs what they know or do. The latter can be training. The former can’t.
What is one business idea you’re willing to give away to our readers?
Invest in your team. Help them become better people. Help them achieve their goals. Then, eventually the law of reciprocity does its job.
What is one piece of software that helps you be productive? How do you use it?
Google sheets. I have spreadsheets that we use to communicate with our offices on. We also track statistics to monitor and help support our mission of improving patient outcomes with the most advanced treatments available.
Do you have a favorite book or podcast you’ve gotten a ton of value from and why?
Think and Grow Rich.
What’s a movie or series you recently enjoyed and why?
Top Gun: Maverick. Great storyline, suspenseful, and how forgiveness can change your life.
- Don’t ever stop learning and researching, there is always more to learn
- Take a proactive approach when it comes to your health not a reactive
- By cultivating a positive mindset and trusting in the body’s innate ability to heal, individuals can potentially harness their own healing powers.
Steve (Stefan) Junge hails from Germany and helps with the day-to-day publishing of interviews on IdeaMensch. While he and Mario don’t share a favorite soccer club, their enthusiasm to help entrepreneurs is a shared passion.