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Ep. 77: Dr. Scott A. Mills of The Full Body Fix

Today I’m joined by my friend Dr. Scott A Mills, an acclaimed chiropractor and the creator of The Full Body Fix!

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Today I’m joined by my friend, Dr. Scott A. Mills. He’s an acclaimed chiropractor, and the creator of the Full Body Fix.

Cassy Joy: On today’s show, I’m so excited to welcome my friend Dr. Scott Mills to the show. He is a chiropractor with the passion for empowering others with the knowledge and tools needed to eliminate pain and improve the way they move. He’s located in San Francisco, California with his wife, and another dear friend of mine, Diane Sanfilippo, of Balanced Bites and Practical Paleo; a couple of things you may have heard of. {laughs}

Dr. Scott Mills: {laughs}

Cassy Joy: In addition to his doctor of chiropractic degree, he also holds a Master’s in exercise science, and previously worked as a collegiate certified athletic trainer for 6 years prior to his chiropractic career. In addition to patient care, he created the Full Body Fix, which is a series of corrective exercise video protocols designed to equip people with proper home care techniques. Really, really cool stuff. Dr. Scott’s spare time is typically filled with the active endeavors, such as weight training, golf, and mountain biking as well as exploring the Bay area with his sweet, sweet dog, Harper.

Dr. Scott Mills: {laughs}

Cassy Joy: I’m so excited to have him on the show today. I’ve got some really fun questions lined up. Thanks for coming on, Scott!

Dr. Scott Mills: Thanks so much for having me, Cassy. It was great being able to hang out with you back on the PP/Fed and Fit tour here in the Pacific Northwest. There were a few stops I got to come with you guys. You added a lot of joy and energy to the trip; I know Diane was super happy to have you on that tour.

Cassy Joy: Oh my gosh. It was such a pleasure; and you were such a life saver. Scott is a true gentleman, he really is, and he drove us all over the Pacific Northwest; unloaded our bags and reloaded our bags. {laughs}

Dr. Scott Mills: It was fun. It was fun. Happy to do it.

Cassy Joy: Oh you’re the best. And he makes the best poached eggs in the entire world.

Dr. Scott Mills: {laughs}

Cassy Joy: So I know there’s a video somewhere; I don’t know, I think it’s on Diane’s site, http://balancedbites.com.

Dr. Scott Mills: Yeah.

Cassy Joy: If you want to learn how to make a poached egg, that’s where to go. Because I’ve tried; I have a cookbook out and I still don’t feel like I’ve got it mastered! {laughs}

Dr. Scott Mills: {laughs} Well that’s high praise. And all it takes is 2 eggs a day for like 6 months, and you get really good at it. {laughs}

Cassy Joy: Oh, that’s it. {laughs} Sounds good. Oh man. Ok, well I really; your career. We got to chat a little bit about what you do and the Full Body Fix really seems like an incredibly valuable program, but I’d like to kind of talk about your work in general. You know, 30,000 foot view; chiropractic care really seems to be the root of where you focus. A lot of listeners here; maybe it’s new to some, and maybe they’ve just heard rumors about chiropractic care.

Dr. Scott Mills: Yeah.

Cassy Joy: Because there’s a lot of things that circulate; a lot of mistruths, I think, and I would love to hear it straight from you; somebody who I really trust to tell listeners here why is chiropractic care so important. And maybe dispel some of those rumors and myths that folks have heard.

Dr. Scott Mills: Yeah, I really appreciate the opportunity to do that. There is a lot of myth and misconception, I think, about chiropractic care and that’s totally understandable. Some of it we’ve earned, unfortunately, {laughs} on our own behalf, but a lot of it honestly is just misunderstanding and maybe a lack of familiarity with chiropractic care.

So we can take it back, like you said, the 30,000-foot view, and sort of look at it. Chiropractic ultimately is a specialty within the natural and holistic health world. Our primary focus really is all about the health and wellness of the spine and nervous system, so that’s kind of like the centralizing feature of all chiropractic care. We look at the health of the spine, and specifically the nervous system communicating between our brain and body and body to brain, keeping those pathways well functioning. Sometimes they talk about chiropractic as a specialty of spinal hygiene, because that kind of helps connect the dots in our minds to people in this country who are already familiar with something like oral hygiene.

Cassy Joy: Mm-hmm.

Dr. Scott Mills: It’s already part of the cultural belief system that it’s good to brush your teeth, and floss, and go to the dentist a few times a year, and make sure you’re getting checkups and taking care of your teeth regularly, right. That’s already kind of an ingrained belief system. But in the westernized medicine society that we live in, it’s not always well known or well understood why we should take care of our spines on a regular basis. So sometimes I like to draw that parallel, just to kind of make it hit home a little bit.

And the reality is, you know, you could get dentures for bad teeth, but you can’t replace your spine. So it’s really important, just from a holistic health perspective to take care of the spinal joints. And why is that so important? Because of how intimately connected the nervous system is at each level of the spine. You have branches off the spinal cord, your central nervous system; these little nerve roots that go out and communicate health healing and recovery to all of the cells and systems in the body. So it’s super important to take care of the spine, make sure it’s functioning well, make sure it’s moving well, and that’s kind of the basics of chiropractic care and why it’s so important.

Cassy Joy: Oh my gosh, what a great answer! It makes me want to run out the door right now and go see my chiropractor! {laughing}

Dr. Scott Mills: {laughs} Go get adjusted, that’s right. And I think maybe it’s important to talk about how we do that, and you know I think; we probably don’t have enough time to talk about all the misconceptions {laughs}. But in the very simplest of terms, what we do as chiropractors as we’re looking to restore health and healing to the spine is we basically are just checking for areas of restriction. So translate that to something you’ve experienced, such as an ankle you’ve tweaked, or injured, or sprained, and it feels stiff and restricted. What we do in the spine is the same thing; we go and assess the spinal joints to see how they’re moving. If they’re not moving well, we apply a specific gentle chiropractic adjustment to that area to get it moving better, and then let the body take care of itself. Because ultimately, our bodies are self-healing, self-regulating organisms. They do that really well if given the opportunity, and no interference. So all we do as chiropractors is remove that interference and allow the body to do what it does best.

Cassy Joy: Awesome. I love that. And that aligns really, really well with nutrition and the idea behind holistic nutrition.

Dr. Scott Mills: Absolutely.

Cassy Joy: Get out of our body’s way, and provide nourishing, wonderful nutrients, and the body is made to heal. Very cool.

Dr. Scott Mills: Yeah, 100%.

Cassy Joy: Awesome. Well, do you have a favorite client success story; either with your one on one work, or somebody who has maybe been a client of the Full Body Fix program itself?

Dr. Scott Mills: Sure, yeah.

Cassy Joy: {laughs} Surprise!

Dr. Scott Mills: That’s a great question. Yeah, no, I always have trouble picking to be honest because there are so many. I’ve been a chiropractor now for about 6-1/2 years. So not super long, but in that time I’ve seen a lot of patients. Some of the best parts of our job is just being able to see people’s transformation.

I think one of the one’s that comes to mind, and this might help kind of connect the dots for people who may be listening who have no understanding of chiropractic care or why it would be helpful. I had a 10-year-old boy, this was back in a previous practice, with Tourette’s syndrome. So he had some pretty significant tics, mostly manifesting in some neck tics, and he would have a lot of pain and discomfort with it because it was so repetitive. So I did some work with him, with some of the stuff that I do. Specifically, I practice a form of chiropractic neurology, which is basically just checking for neurologic symmetry and also utilizing our chiropractic adjustments to kind of basically balance the nervous system out.

So within a couple of weeks of some regular adjustments with him, his mom noted really happy; he was super happy coming in one day, and he was like; you know,” the frequency and intensity of these tics have actually decreased since seeing you.” That one always sticks in my head, because you know, it’s a significant issue for somebody. It’s something that’s kind of outside of people’s normal understanding of chiropractic care about low back pain, or headaches, or neck pain, or shoulder pain. Which, we’re also really good of taking care of conservatively.

But something like that; and we would never promise results like that, or say, hey, I can cure Tourette’s syndrome. That’s not what we’re about. We’re about taking care of the spine and the nervous system, and like I said, letting the body do its thing. So it provided a lot of hope for that family, and that’s not an isolated situation. I’ve seen that multiple times with colleagues across the country. That’s definitely one of the one that sticks in my head.

Cassy Joy: That’s amazing. That’s a really, really cool story. It’s just incredible when you can; I mean, you’re laying hands, actually touching someone’s life in that way.

Dr. Scott Mills: Right.

Cassy Joy: That’s really special. That’s wonderful; thanks for sharing! Ok, I want to know about the Full Body Fix. I know this is sort of in addition to your one on one practice, but what inspired you to create this program? Tell folks a little bit more about it, because I don’t know that I did a very good job of describing it.

Dr. Scott Mills: Sure.

Cassy Joy: What really inspires you to dedicate yourself to this really awesome resource?

Dr. Scott Mills: Thanks for giving me the opportunity to talk about it. Well, let me tell you how it started; I think that’s a good story. {laughs}

Cassy Joy: Yeah; I want to; I love stories!

Dr. Scott Mills: I’d say about, where are we at; maybe 3 years ago now, I was working mostly with the Crossfit community, so my previous practice in New Jersey was actually in a Crossfit gym. And those folks who came to see me are super motivated {laughs} which is great.

Cassy Joy: {laughs}

Dr. Scott Mills: To participate in their own care; and that’s actually why I kind of got back into working mostly with athletes in my private practice. I really like working with motivated folks, it makes my job a lot more fun. {laughs}

Cassy Joy: Mm-hmm. Totally.

Dr. Scott Mills: But what I noticed is I didn’t really have the greatest resource to give them to say; yeah, this is the exercise I want you doing for that shoulder pain. Or this is what I want you doing for your IT band issue. Or, you know, so on and so forth. So initially was sending them maybe some links to YouTube videos or somebody else’s resource. And I said, you know what, why don’t; I’ve got an iPhone and a tripod {laughs}.

Cassy Joy: {laughs}

Dr. Scott Mills: Why don’t I make the ones exactly the way I want them, and then give those ones to my patients. So I started just doing these little things, and I called them the 2-minute fix initially, because they were very short, and just kind of one-off exercises. I put them up on YouTube, and then I would send my patients these links. All of a sudden, patient compliance and improvement went through the roof. I just started seeing tons of even better results than I would normally get, and I followed up with my patients, like, “What have you been doing?” “Well, you sent me that video, and I did it, and now I’m better.” {laughs} I’m like, great.

Cassy Joy: Amazing!

Dr. Scott Mills: So along with the care I was doing with them in work, you know, being able to have this resource at a fingers touch, they can go, work on their own. The light bulb kind of went off, and I said; here’s something I can take and run with. So when we moved, Diane and I moved out west, I took the opportunity and spent about 4 months filming in HD video basically all of the different exercises I really think are great. And not only just single exercises, but now I’ve grouped them into what I call protocols, and turned that into the Full Body Fix.

I have about 20 protocols now up on http://FullBodyFix.com covering anything from plantar fasciitis all the way up to neck mobility and stability. There are groups of exercises, and that’s what makes a protocol. There are also prescriptions for each exercise, as well as modifications for many of them. So if you can’t get through a certain exercise in a certain way, I usually say; hey, do it this way. So it’s me on there; it’s really high quality stuff.

I basically have it grouped into upper body, lower body, and midline fixes, so you can take advantage of just getting the thing you were looking for at a lower price, or you can get all 3 for a discounted bundle price. That’s kind of what that’s all about.

Cassy Joy: That’s so cool! Do you have; so between the protocols, upper, mid, lower, and then you have the full body; do you have a more popular track? Do you find that folks are getting the most benefit from just going for the full body fix? {laughs}

Dr. Scott Mills: Yeah, you know to be honest, getting the whole bundle is such a good deal that most people, like 95% of everyone gets that. I do have a few folks grabbing the midline fixes, which is all my spinal care stuff. I have lower back mobility/stability, sciatica protocol. I have one for; I just put up sacroiliac joint pain protocol, which I’m really excited about, because I’ve had so many SI joint issues; not personally, but in my patient population. I got that one up, just loaded recently this month.

So I’m always adding new content, and that’s always free to anybody who is already a subscriber.

Cassy Joy: Awesome. That is so neat! Ok, well then I have a question for you. So if the Full Body Fix meant to be; because there are some folks who might be listening and thinking; “ok, I’ve been putting off finding a chiropractor. I’ll just go do this!” Is it meant to be a replacement for one on one chiropractic care; work in conjunction with; what’s your take on that.

Dr. Scott Mills: I think it’s a definitely important topic to talk about, and one of the things I always say in these protocols; in fact, at the beginning and end of every one {laughs} I always say, make sure you’re working with a trusted physician.

Cassy Joy: Mm-hmm.

Dr. Scott Mills: The reality is, the most important thing you can do is find out what’s really wrong with you before you start anything.

Cassy Joy: Yeah.

Dr. Scott Mills: And that’s what we call a diagnosis {laughs} in the business.

Cassy Joy: {laughs} I don’t know if you’ve ever heard that term before {laughing}.

Dr. Scott Mills: Yeah. {laughs} What’s wrong with me. But what I mean by that, though; to be honest Cassy, it’s not just naming your symptoms in Latin, either. I mean, that’s not really the goal. The goal is to find what’s the root cause of the problem. And that’s what I really say I do in the office, is root cause analysis. What’s really causing this lateral knee pain? Because often times the site of pain or symptoms is not the actual place of the problem. Usually the problem is somewhere else.

Cassy Joy: Mm-hmm.

Dr. Scott Mills: So the reason you would want to go to a provider like myself, or somebody that you trust or know, is to find out really what’s going on. What’s the root cause of the problem? And only then can you take advantage of something that’s a supportive product like mine. I don’t even really want people using my {laughs} product; my Full Body Fix exercises without knowing what’s wrong with them. And these are always designed to be best used as supportive care.

Diagnosis is king; that’s why we do what we do, and it kind of takes it back to that initial question. You were asking about what chiropractic is; that’s really what we’re looking for. We’re looking for the root cause of this movement dysfunction; this pain, this symptom, whatever is going on, what’s the root cause of the problem. And sometimes it’s not musculoskeletal; sometimes it’s nutrition. I know that’s the reason most folks tune into this show; a good chunk of the folks.

Cassy Joy: Mm-hmm.

Dr. Scott Mills: And it’s important. Like you said; I had one patient with mid-back pain, and there was nothing I could do to help this guy’s mid-back pain until he adjusted his diet. So I could adjust his spine over and over again, but until he adjusted his diet he wasn’t going to see relief. After a year he finally {laughs} he finally did take care of his diet. He had; I said, look, I can’t help you, go fix your diet. And he showed up one day in my office like 6 months later, and I barely recognized him, because he’d lost a bunch of weight. And I said, oh my gosh, what happened? He was like, well, I finally went gluten free.

Cassy Joy: {laughs}

Dr. Scott Mills: I finally took your advice. And guess what, my mid-back pain went away.

Cassy Joy: Amazing!

Dr. Scott Mills: I think it’s always important to recognize that, you know, pain is a symptom, and the importance of being able to trace back that issue to the root cause, whether it’s diet, mechanical, neurologic, etc. or even emotional.

Cassy Joy: Mm-hmm. Absolutely. And working with a professional like yourself one on one affords; it’s so hard. We like to think we know ourselves really, really well. But sometimes we can’t see the forest for the trees, and it helps to have a professional to provide that expert outside perspective.

Dr. Scott Mills: Or they’ve used Dr. Google, and they’re pretty sure they know what they have?

Cassy Joy: {laughs} Oh gosh. Oh, Dr. Google. Dr. Google’s got all the answers, though!

Dr. Scott Mills: All the answers, yeah.

Cassy Joy: {laughs} Oh man, that’s wonderful. And I hate to put you on the spot here, but are you still taking; are you taking one on one clients there in San Francisco.

Dr. Scott Mills: Yeah, I actually started seeing patients here a couple of months ago. I’ve got two locations right now; main practice is in a place called Studiomix, so if you’re in the Bay area it’s on Van Ness, kind of right in the heart of the city. And you can just go to my website, http://DrScottAMills.com and request appointment is the tab you’re looking for.

Cassy Joy: Ooh, awesome. Man, you guys in San Francisco area are lucky! And I’ll link to all that stuff in the show notes so you’ll be able to click right to his page; both the Full Body Fix and DrScottAMills.com.

Ok, awesome well that’s really exciting to know. I have another question for you; for folks who, a lot of folks listening here, we have day jobs. And we’re sitting at a computer all day long working away, and maybe some of us are lucky enough to have a standing desk, and maybe some of us are sitting down all day. Do you have a quick recommendation for stuff who, by the end of the day, they start to feel the pinch between their shoulders and they know they need to focus on posture? This is a really open ended question, and I’m talking it out so you’ve got time to think about an answer to my question.

Dr. Scott Mills: Yeah; no, I’m ready to roll. I work with; I’m here in Silicon Valley, so. {laughs}

Cassy Joy: Oh, that’s true. You’re not unfamiliar.

Dr. Scott Mills: Literally, everyone I work on has some form of desk worker syndrome, which is kind of what I just call everything that’s people who sit too much.

Cassy Joy: Yeah.

Dr. Scott Mills: Number one recommendation for folks struggling with long bouts of seated work or otherwise is obviously try to break that routine up. Our bodies really love adaptation. They love to adapt to new and different stimulus, whether that’s workout or just posture in general. There’s kind of a trend going around the internet these days that sitting is the new smoking; and I would say that doing one thing for long periods of time is the new smoking {laughs}.

Cassy Joy: Oh, I like that, Scott. I like that.

Dr. Scott Mills: So look at your day; is there a way you can break it up? Can you take breaks every hour or two hours at minimum, and get up and move around? Or can you have better desk situation where you can stand and/or sit. Because if you stand all day, guess what? You’re low back is not going to like that either.

Cassy Joy: Mm-hmm.

Dr. Scott Mills: Just ask anybody that has to do that for work {laughs}. Because there are those folks, too. So that’s number one; try to mix some variety into your day. Number two would be utilizing some really simple exercises can actually really help. The biggest thing that happens in seated work is kind of this combination of what we call lower cross and upper cross syndrome, where basically if you think of that sitting position, what happens. You’re shoulders come forward, so forward rounded shoulders, which is basically a tightening of the pecs. And in the back, the scapular retractor muscles, like your rhomboids, they get chronically basically stretch weakened, or loose, or relaxed. So the opposite of that posture is basically pulling your shoulder blades back, opening up your chest, and you can hold that position just for a few seconds, and repeat. So that’s kind of a real quick, simple thing you can do.

And then in the lower part of the body, the other thing that happens when we sit is our glutes basically become inactive, or not firing well, and our hip flexors; especially the psoas muscle, becomes shortened. So chronically tight. And then we go ahead and stand up and wonder why our low backs hurt, right? {laughs}

Cassy Joy: Mm-hmm.

Dr. Scott Mills: So a couple of things you can do there; do some real simple drills to get the glutes firing a little bit better, and open up those hip flexors. And I actually do have a protocol in the midline fix portion of the Full Body Fix called desk worker syndrome and it has all these exercises I’m describing.

Cassy Joy: Awesome!

Dr. Scott Mills: And they’re all ones; I did that one specifically for people who are in an office environment. There’s no equipment required. Literally, you could just take 5 minutes and do them next to your desk, and everyone can look at you and wonder what the heck you’re doing {laughs}.

Cassy Joy: {laughing} Jokes on them though, because 20 years from now.

Dr. Scott Mills: Yeah, exactly.

Cassy Joy: You’re going to be feeling great.

Dr. Scott Mills: And that’s part of the same thing with nutrition, right? When you go, you’re dining out, you have to be the one to say; look, I really don’t respond well the gluten, can you guide my menu choice here, Mr. Waiter.

Cassy Joy: Mm-hmm.

Dr. Scott Mills: You have to be that person in your office saying; I don’t care if I look weird, I need to do this for my health and my wellbeing.

Cassy Joy: Absolutely. That’s great. Well I have excellent posture right now. {laughing}

Dr. Scott Mills: {laughing}

Cassy Joy: I corrected myself. Oh man, that’s great. And I like hearing that you can do it for a little bit and just relax. You don’t have to sit there and hold it all day. It’s not about being perfect; it’s maybe just progressing a little bit.

Dr. Scott Mills: Yeah, just a little bit helps. Anything that you can give your body a little bit of extra stimulus to adapt to, it’ll thank you.

Cassy Joy: Awesome. And I also like your distinction that standing up all day long probably isn’t the best, either. When I was writing; or editing the book, I don’t remember which, I tried to be a hero for about a week. And I thought; “You know what,” I have a standing treadmill desk. “I’m going to go walk while I edit.” And I did it for about 6 hours a day at just a super slow crawly pace, and then I’d stop it, of course, every 30 minutes or say and wait another 30 minutes. But it was not good for my body.

Dr. Scott Mills: {laughs}

Cassy Joy: {laughs} I learned that the hard way.

Dr. Scott Mills: I’ve watched Diane write enough books to know that it’s a stressful time in more ways than one.

Cassy Joy: It is. It is, and I thought I could mix it by just standing up all day long while I edit it, and that wasn’t great either, because then I didn’t feel very great when I was working out, because my hips hurt.

Dr. Scott Mills: Yep.

Cassy Joy: But that’s really interesting; really good distinction. So really just mix it up, and then just try to pull your shoulders back together, and then go to FullBodyFix.com.

Dr. Scott Mills: Yeah.

Cassy Joy: Just grab the program. {laughs}

Dr. Scott Mills: That’s definitely the simplest way, yeah for sure.

Cassy Joy: Ok, awesome. That sounds good. Well I’m curious; what does your personal fitness routine look like. You know, we always; as a nutritionist, folks are really curious about what I actually eat.

Dr. Scott Mills: {laughs} Yeah.

Cassy Joy: And so I’m curious; what does your personal fitness routine look like, and your personal care routine when it comes to just overall physiology and chiropractic care. Do you too see a chiropractor?

Dr. Scott Mills: Of course.

Cassy Joy: In a regular routine? I figured you did. {laughs}

Dr. Scott Mills: Yeah, and I think that’s important so this is kind of the practice what you preach component of the show {laughs}.

Cassy Joy: Mm-hmm.

Dr. Scott Mills: Because, yeah, I actually see a couple of different folks around the city here I have a good relationship with we just, you know, trade care with, and I just actually got adjusted two days ago by my buddy Dr. John; shout out Dr. John!

Cassy Joy: Yay Dr. John!

Dr. Scott Mills: {laughs} He’s a really awesome guy down on Union here in the city as well. But yeah, so I get adjust about once a month which is kind of my typical wellness checkup recommendation for most folks once they’re pain free and moving well. And then as far as my personal fitness routine, I usually work out about 5 days a week. And to kind of harken back to our conversation about variety and adaptation, you know my routine changes throughout the year. So right now, I’m in a phase where I’m ramping up towards some heavier stuff with my power lifting coach. So I do power lifting two or three times a week here in the city. So we’re ramping up to do some heavy testing on bench, squat, deadlift. Other times in the year I might be doing Crossfit three times a week. Other times during the year I may be resting {laughs}.

Cassy Joy: Mm-hmm.

Dr. Scott Mills: And just kind of plan my year out a little bit to cycle. But yeah, I love weight training, that’s definitely a big component. I just kind of change the stimulus here and there to make sure that I’m not getting stagnant or in the same kind of routine. That seems to keep me pretty healthy. Also I like to do a lot of low impact stuff; walk the dog very regularly, hike with Harper quite a bit around the Bay, as you said in the intro, play golf every week. So I try to just stay active and keep moving and I love it.

Cassy Joy: Living the life. That’s awesome.

Dr. Scott Mills: Yeah.

Cassy Joy: Well thank you so much, Scott. This has been super helpful. I know that folks; I know I got a lot out of it {laughs}.

Dr. Scott Mills: {laughs}

Cassy Joy: And I can only assume that listeners did too.

Dr. Scott Mills: That’s ultimately what the podcast is for, is your own personal entertainment and edification, right?

Cassy Joy: That’s essentially it. I just call my friends, and I ask them for advice, and I record it. {laughs}

Dr. Scott Mills: {laughing} There you go; perfect. Nailed it! Podcasting 101.

Cassy Joy: Nailed it. {laughing} That’s the secret. Anybody can do it! {laughs} Oh man, well I really, really appreciate it. Remember you guys, you can find Scott, his blog, at http://DrScottAMills.com, on social media; Twitter, Periscope; are you on Periscope still?

Dr. Scott Mills: I’m still on Periscope but I don’t do a lot. I’m shifting to Facebook live.

Cassy Joy: Oh, there you go.

Dr. Scott Mills: But you can do @FullBodyFix on Twitter, Instagram and Periscope, and then you can just check Dr. Scott A. Mills for Facebook.

Cassy Joy: For Facebook. Ok great. And then of course for these awesome rehab videos, the program is http://FullBodyFix.com, and I’ll link to all of this in the show notes in case you’re driving and don’t have a pen handy, we’ve got you covered.

Dr. Scott Mills: Oh, and I’ve got; I want to throw in a little bonus to the listeners, too.

Cassy Joy: Yeah!

Dr. Scott Mills: I’ve got a coupon loaded in the Full Body Fix for your listeners; if you put in the coupon code at check out, just use FEDANDFIT, all one word, and then get $10 off any purchase.

Cassy Joy: Bam! That’s so cool! That’s so nice, Scott. Thank you.

Dr. Scott Mills: {laughs} Well thanks so much for having me on, I really appreciate the time.

Cassy Joy: Oh my gosh, it’s so my pleasure. And anytime; remember, offer is still good, you want to come to San Antonio and go golfing.

Dr. Scott Mills: I’m coming down, we’re golfing, we’re going to snuggle with Gus.

Cassy Joy: Aww, he’s going to love it! {laughs}

Dr. Scott Mills: We’ll bring Harper and see how that goes with the giant and the little pup. {laughs}

Cassy Joy: {laughs} Oh my gosh, she’s the most precious thing in the entire world. Oh my gosh, Scott, thank you so much. Be sure to tell your sweet wife I say hi. You guys are just the best, thanks for coming on the show. And, I hope everybody listening enjoyed it! We’ll be back again next week!

Dr. Scott Mills: Thanks.

   

6 Responses to “Ep. 77: Dr. Scott A. Mills of The Full Body Fix”

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    Leslieposted October 7, 2016 at 12:03 pm

    Hi Cassy,

    The latest episode (#77) isn’t showing up on iTunes feed or on the app I use on my cell phone. On my cell phone app I’m also getting the following message “Last update failed. Error 403: The server hosting the podcast (fedandfit.com) is refusing to respond to the request…”

    I’m hoping it is just a one-time fluke with just this episode, which I will just listen to online, but if you get a chance, can you look into it?
    Thanks for being the highlight of my Mondays,
    Leslie

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      Cassyposted October 11, 2016 at 9:34 am

      Hi Leslie! 🙂 Yes, we’re looking into it and hope to have it resolved soon. I’ll be sure to announce when the feed is repaired!

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    Samanthaposted October 9, 2016 at 9:26 am

    Hi Cassy-

    I am having the same issue as Leslie, meaning that I cannot access this episode of the podcast on my iphone. It is not showing up in the feed.

    Hopefully this won’t be an ongoing issue… Like Leslie, your podcast is a highlight!

    Sam

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      Cassyposted October 11, 2016 at 9:33 am

      Hi Sam! Thank you so much for your note. We’re working to get it fixed and I’ll announce as soon as the feed is repaired!

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    Cindyposted October 10, 2016 at 9:51 pm

    Hi! I am able to listen to the older episodes of the podcast, but when I try to subscribe, it states “Unable to Subscribe. The provided link is not a valid podcast.” Also, episode 77 does not appear at all on the list under iTunes.

    Any help would be appreciated as I would love to follow your podcast regularly & subscribe! Thanks!

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      Cassyposted October 11, 2016 at 9:33 am

      Hi Cindy! There’s an issue with the programming piece for the podcast feed. They’re working to get it sorted out and I’ll be sure to announce when it’s up and running again!

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