CE Spotlight: Jason Sabo, D.C.

Dr. Jason Sabo CE Spotlight

Dr. Jason Sabo graduated in 2002 from Northwestern College of Chiropractic. After graduation, he spent two years practicing in Minnesota before moving to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and has lived there ever since. He has his own office that is owned and operated together with his wife of 22 years, Robyn. Together, we have three children between the ages of 10 and 16. Sherman College named the couple Regents of the Year in 2020.

1. What motivates you to provide CE content for the profession?

I love sharing my experience in the chiropractic field, and I hope to empower others regardless of how long they have been practicing to truly see the impact we, as chiropractors, can have on our community. The body has such potential to heal and regulate, and I want to see that message continued to be taught throughout our profession.

2. What do you hope to have D.C.s achieve by taking your courses?

I hope D.C.s have their passion restored as they learn taking my course. I hope that they come to recognize that they can make a difference and they do have the ability to see people functioning in a whole and optimal state of wellbeing.

3. Who inspires you professionally? 

I was deeply impacted by Robert Schiffman, D.C., as a student and early on in my career. His mentorship will always be a sounding board for me as a chiropractor.

4. How do you recharge or do you have any tips on maintaining longevity in this profession?

Recharging is so important to me. I work hard when at work and play hard when I am not. For me and my family, time spent outdoors in the mountains or near the water together doing things as a family is the best way for me to recharge. I also take time to make exercise a regular part of my weekly routine and incorporate deep breathing and cold therapy. In terms of maintaining longevity in the profession, I care for the one person in front of me and let the remainder of the tasks, worries or stressors of the day fade away.

5. Where do you see the profession going in the future?

Well, at the current moment I feel like the profession is at a crossroads. Every country has a battle to fight for and uphold the founding principles this profession was created on. I believe with chiropractors continuing to do chiropractic and our members coming to experience their lives free of interference, those testimonies will become a pivoting platform for our profession to utilize to ensure our story remains pure.

6. What is your favorite social media platform? How can people follow/about/media/sherman-shares/ with you?

Social media has become a difficult tool for me to utilize in the province I work in. Subscribing to our newsletter is the best way to stay connected: www.ticchiro.com.