Dr. Bart Anderson graduated in 1991 from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri. He opened Anderson Chiropractic soon after in Terre Haute, Indiana. As the years progressed, he developed that practice into a multi-doctor, then a multi-office network of clinics in Indiana. In 2006, he sold his main clinic and turned his full focus to consulting other chiropractors in launching their own practice and careers. In all, Dr. Bart and his business partners helped launch well over 120 chiropractic clinics.
In 2010, Dr. Anderson began working with the largest franchise in chiropractic which had nearly 400 franchises. He and his business partner, Dr. Damon Walton, directed the practice start-up program. He and his team served as “Regional Developers” for the franchise in the states of Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio and Kentucky coaching dozens of the franchisees. This work continued until 2015.
It was in 2015 when Dr. Bart took the opportunity to study, train and launch his first weight loss center, Lifetime Clinical Weight Control of Terre Haute, Indiana. Since then, he has expanded his clinics and his role in the clinical weight loss arena. He is the owner and clinical oversight of three Lifetime Clinical Weight Control locations (Terre Haute and Noblesville, Indiana) and has a key role with the Activate Metabolics leadership team.
Dr. Bart invests significant time learning, sharing and coaching the principles of attitude, motivation and personal/business success. He continues to do individualized coaching of a select number of chiropractors and other small business owners. His coaching clients have included chiropractors, medical doctors, realtors, pastors, insurance sales persons, financial advisors and franchisees in numerous fields. Dr. Bart has instructed and inspired thousands through his unique and dynamic speaking. Audiences have consisted of civic groups, businesses, athletic teams, prisons and, of course, chiropractic students, doctors and staff.
He has been married to his wife, Leanne, for 27 years. They have three children (ages 19, 21 and 22) with two attending Indiana University and one highly involved in club volleyball. Besides family and business, he is active in cycling, boating and hunting.