Our History

As the head coach and founder, I’d like to share a little about how Full Circle Coaching and Consulting came about.

Running a Thriving Practice

I was a successful entrepreneur running a bustling chiropractic practice. I had a six-figure income to provide the lifestyle my family wanted while working just 25 hours a week and taking a few months of holiday every year.

People would ask, “How do you do it?” For some time, I’d take their calls and answer their questions as best I could. It got to a point, however, where I needed to make a choice: keep going as I had been, or teach other people how I’d gotten there. I felt that I owed it to people to help them understand how I designed my ideal life and manifested it.

Today, I help people from all over the world from professions as varied as chiropractic, plumbing, accounting and other industries to learn how they can do the same.

What Sets Us Apart: The Full Circle Model of Authentic Excellence

We believe that every single one of the seven billion-plus people on the planet has an authentic essence: a gift completely unique to them that must be expressed. Just as a tree grows leaves each spring and geese fly south in the fall, there is an innate manifestation in every living being to express their essence. I’ve created a four-pillar model to help you develop your authentic essence and how to manifest it.

Breaking Down the Four Pillars

Let me give you a quick description of the model. First, you need to be crystal clear on who you are – and who you are not. Too often, people fall into someone else’s definition of who they should be by adopting their values and their priorities and goals as a result. We’ll clear away that clutter to reveal your true authentic essence, which will give you the creativity, power and wisdom to create or clarify your vision. We’ll help you define YOUR core values and the goals and priorities that naturally unfold from them, both personally and professionally. As they become clear, we’ll be able to help you develop your authentic vision, release the blocks to that vision, develop the systems that will support your vision and define and recruit the team you need to achieve it all.

A Quick Word from Our Coaches

Dr. Tom Preston

Founder of Full Circle Coaching

Almost 30 years after launching Full Circle Coaching, the thing that still drives me to get up at 5:30 a.m. most mornings is the unshakable certainty I have that each individual can be, do and have absolutely anything that their heart truly values and their mind can visualize.

The ability to open someone’s eyes to their incredible inborn potential and then teach them the skills needed to manifest it while removing the blocks to its full manifestation brings me joy at the core of my being.

The enhanced prosperity, joy, fulfillment and love I have witnessed in the thousands of clients Full Circle has served over the decades continues to drive me to serve even more clients and help them design the amazing life and business they were born to manifest.

Why Practice Owners and Their Teams Choose Full Circle:

  • You’re in good hands. We know the business better than anyone. Our team is made up of current practitioners and experienced coaches who know what practice is like today, not from a time gone by.

  • The process is easy. We don't ask you to blow up your practice and transform it into something completely different. This is your practice and your life. Our operating model is designed with that key concept.

  • You don’t have to reinvent the wheel. We've made every mistake in the book... but we've learned from them and written down the answers. Our blueprints will get you to the solutions quickly and save you countless hours and dollars doing so.

  • We’ll keep you accountable. We aren't preaching from a pulpit; we're in the trenches right next to you. As a result, we build our Full Circle model around accountability. Don't join us if you're not ready for honesty because we truly treat your success as our own.

Evidence of Excellence

We are incredibly proud of our clients. Combined, they have helped millions of people across the globe to get healthy and live authentically. Here are a few examples.

Dr. Marci Anderson

Markham, Ontario

Dr. AJ Pacis

Mississauga, Ontario

Dr. Rob Green

Kitchener/Waterloo, Ontario

The Latest From Full Circle

Chiropractic Team Training: Key Strategies for Harmonious Practice Management

Chiropractic Team Training: Key Strategies for Harmonious Practice Management

April 10, 20243 min read

Enhancing Team Dynamics in Chiropractic Practices: A Guide to Avoiding Team Conflicts


In the fast-paced world of chiropractic care, the cohesion and efficiency of your team can mean the difference between a thriving practice and a struggling one. Disagreements and mismanagement not only strain the internal atmosphere but can significantly impede the quality of patient care. This blog post dives into the challenges of managing a chiropractic team and offers practical strategies for fostering a harmonious, productive work environment. By focusing on effective chiropractic team training, practice owners can navigate the complexities of team dynamics, ensuring their practice flourishes in an increasingly competitive field.

The Consequences of Team Conflicts

Every chiropractic practice owner knows that a team in discord is a recipe for disaster. Internal conflicts, breaches of trust, and mismanagement of patients are not just mere inconveniences—they are potential catastrophes that can derail your practice's success. Such issues lead to a toxic work environment, creating unnecessary stress for the primary chiropractor and diminishing the quality of patient care. Understanding the ramifications of these conflicts is the first step toward creating a more cohesive team.

Strategies for Avoiding Team Disasters

Regular Team Meetings

One of the cornerstones of effective chiropractic team training is the implementation of regular team meetings. These meetings, including pre-shift huddles and post-shift reviews, ensure everyone is on the same page regarding daily expectations and practice goals. Weekly meetings reinforce the practice's mission statement and collectively address how to achieve set objectives, keeping the team aligned and focused.

Outcomes Assessment

Clearly defining the roles and responsibilities of each team member, from the front desk staff to the associate doctors, is crucial. An outcomes assessment for each position helps clarify expectations and enables individuals to perform their duties outstandingly. This clarity prevents overlaps in responsibilities and ensures a smoother operation within the practice.

Progress Reviews and Team Trainings

Continual assessment of team members' progress towards their goals is essential. Regular reviews help identify areas where additional training is needed, ensuring that everyone is capable of contributing their best to the team. Emphasizing chiropractic team training not only improves individual skill sets but also enhances the overall competence of the practice.

Effective Communication and Leadership

The backbone of any successful team is effective communication and strong leadership. As the practice owner, your role extends beyond managerial duties; you are the leader who guides your team through challenges and successes. Investing in your leadership skills through resources like "The 10 Levels of Conscious Leadership" and John Maxwell's leadership principles can profoundly impact your practice's dynamics.

Creating a Positive Work Environment

Finally, injecting fun and creating opportunities for team bonding can significantly improve morale and interpersonal relationships. Whether it's a team outing, a movie night, or simply celebrating milestones together, these activities foster a sense of unity and commitment among team members.


Building a successful chiropractic practice requires more than just clinical expertise; it demands a cohesive, well-trained team capable of delivering exceptional patient care in a positive environment. By focusing on regular meetings, clear outcomes assessment, continuous training, effective leadership, and team bonding, practice owners can avoid common pitfalls and pave the way for a thriving practice.

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