HRV Enterprises

Putting Science at the Heart of Chiropractic

 

At HRV Enterprises LLC., our mission is to train physicians in the analysis of the autonomic nervous system using Heart Rate Variability. We focus on training physicians of all types in the proper protocols for testing, and analysis of the autonomic nervous system as it relates to modern clinical practice.

Using state of the art technology and the absolute latest research from professional peer-reviewed journals, we strive to provide our clients with the most up to date information on HRV available. We have combined years of research and thousands of hours of theoretical and practical knowledge on HRV to provide doctors with the tools that they need to begin using HRV in their practices upon completion of our program.

We have one of the most comprehensive HRV education programs available. Our programs include information form the world's top experts on HRV, including research that has been done at Harvard Medical School, Washington University School of Medicine, MIT, and the University of Iowa.

Lastly, our mission includes the formation of a national HRV database that can be readily accessed by general practicing physicians from coast to coast. This provides physicians with catalogued HRV information to more easily assist them in the diagnosis and treatment of their patients. For more information about our mission or the HRV database, please visit the contact us page.

Jarod Adlington DC, CCIHS

President & CEO

Jarod Adlington is the president and founder of HRV Enterprises LLC. He earned his doctorate at Logan University and has been active in Heart Rate Variability research for nearly 10 years. He continues in full time clinical practice and teaches both undergraduate and postdoctoral courses throughout the year.

Darrell E. Samples ND, OMD

Vice President of Operations

Darrell E. Samples is the vice president of HRV Enterprises LLC. He earned his doctorate at the Beijing School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr. Samples has been instrumental in incorporating HRV research into Acupuncture practice. He remains in full time practice and is an assistant clinical professor at the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.

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