Justin Wubben

Clinic Director and CEO of Axiom Chiropractic & Neuropathy

Dr. Justin Wubben is a leader in the healthcare industry with a passion to help individuals suffering with Peripheral Neuropathy. With over 13 years of clinical experience, Dr. Wubben has played a pivotal role in the Chiropractic profession by mentoring other doctors on different ways to help their patients reverse Peripheral Neuropathy symptoms.

Dr. Wubben started his career in 2010 with more of a traditional chiropractic setting, focusing on post-surgical and severe migraine patients. But, after his father was diagnosed with Peripheral Neuropathy after cancer and chemotherapy, his focus shifted to helping others find a solution for their symptoms. Due to the high patient demand, his clinic Axiom Chiropractic & Neuropathy now has multiple Doctors and Neuropathy Case Managers who have helped thousands of individuals that were told that nothing could be done.

Patients now drive over 10 hours to find relief at Axiom Chiropractic & Neuropathy due to his clinic’s ability to provide exceptional results. Substantial training at various seminars across the nation has given Dr. Wubben and his team a unique perspective to help solve a complex challenge for many people who suffer with Peripheral Neuropathy symptoms.

What is your typical day, and how do you make it productive?

I wake up early for quiet time and reflection — after leaving the house, I am generally in meetings throughout the day mentoring other doctors across the nation with the occasional check-ins with my staff at the clinic.

How do you bring ideas to life?

I am a visual learner, thinker, and communicator. I have tons of notebooks and 8-foot whiteboards at home and in both of my offices. Then I drive my wife and staff crazy telling them the ideas in my head to save the world.

What’s one trend that excites you?

One thing that excites me the most is the fact that people are starting to wake up and realize the importance of good relationships as well as their physical and mental health.

What is one habit that helps you be productive?

I love delegating tasks to people who have a skillset that is stronger than mine. It allows them to be in their zone of excellence and takes the weight off of my shoulders when I feel I have to finish so many tasks.

What advice would you give your younger self?

You don’t have to know everything or be perfect. Lean on mentors and leaders who have figured things out. Continue to be coachable — willing to learn and accept change.

Tell us something you believe almost nobody agrees with you.

There is a time and a place for certain medications but the majority of them are overprescribed to mask symptoms without addressing the underlying cause.

What is the one thing you repeatedly do and recommend everyone else do?

When you have a flash or an idea, write it down!

When you feel overwhelmed or unfocused, what do you do?

Take a few moments in silence in a quiet room or if I’m at home I take a nice hot shower.

What is one strategy that has helped you grow your business or advance in your career?

You have to let go of the perceived fear of judgment from others and you can’t be afraid to fail. You will have many moments in life where you won’t do things perfectly, but you must try your best and work on your communication skills with the people you serve and the staff that you work with. But ultimately surround yourself with great people going the same direction as you following a mentor who has already achieved your goal.

What is one failure in your career, how did you overcome it, and what lessons did you take away from it?

The biggest failure I would say is that I felt like I had to do everything and that I didn’t give crystal clear guidelines to staff. It limited my growth and revealed how much weight was truly on my shoulders to make all decisions and solve all the problems. I had to let go of the fear of trusting someone who is competent to follow my systems. But I also had to be vulnerable and let people close to me know that I didn’t know everything. It allowed me to find the right mentors and staff to help serve more people and continue to get great results.

What is one business idea you’re willing to give away to our readers?

Take care of your staff and they will take care of the people you serve… it sounds way too simple but that is the secret!

What is one piece of software that helps you be productive? How do you use it?

I use google calendar so my wife and staff can help me balance my personal and business life.

What is the best $100 you recently spent?

I was given a $100 gift card from a business from a referral to a mattress company and I ended up giving it to a staff member for going above and beyond. It was just a way I like to help make sure that my staff feels seen and appreciated.

Do you have a favorite book or podcast from which you’ve received much value?

One of my favorite books is Your Stand Is Your Brand by Patrick Gentempo because it helps you have clarity on what you do, why you do it, and who you serve with clarity.

What’s a movie or series you recently enjoyed and why?

A movie that I love watching is The Matrix. There are times as an entrepreneur you feel like you are chosen to save the world. You see things differently. You know you are given a unique skill that you want to be a good steward of. You also realize that there are problems in the world but you still keep going because you know it is the right thing to do.

Key learnings:

  • Don’t be afraid of what others think about you when you are called to use your skills to help people.
  • You don’t have to do life alone — personal or business.
  • Take care of the staff you have been given so they can step into their zone of excellence!