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Have You Seen Me?

I am not lazy, I love Chiropractic, and helping people, but yet I am frustrated because of the situation I find myself in.  I didn’t put in this much effort, time, and money to barely get by.  Adjusting kids is a way of life for my family, however in my professional Career it’s strictly an…

Do you go to bed mad? As a female DC, why is it always your fault?

Female DC’s have the most complicated arrangements of all DC’s.  There are so many interferences to being successful.  If you are single, there is the dating scene, and because you are a doctor it is a game of crap shoot.  If you are married, there is always a spouse to factor in.  If kids are…

Natural Order or Social Order…have we gone crazy?

     Today there is so much emphasis on social order. You know, not keeping score at sporting events, the notion that there are no losers only winners. Today is the day of entitlement and it is all about point fingers. Did you hear about the man who filed for divorce with his wife of 15…

Hunzas, living without limits, and Chiropractic

Most readers are unfamiliar with the Hunzas who live in a remote area near the Himalayan Mountains.  It’s an actual country near India, China, yeah, that area of the world.  They live to be 130 years old routinely without disease, medicine, crime, lawyers, scientists, etc.  Back in the 70’s they were featured in National Geographic…

The courage to be a Chiropractor

Have you ever noticed how difficult it is to work with the people you love?  As a Chiropractor we sometimes secretly wish there was an ‘easy’ button or a way of accelerating the Innate expression in our loved one’s bodies.  As experience has taught you, there isn’t and you understand it’s very challenging working with…

What if Chiropractic was a myth?

Here is a shortened version of one of our members relating how Chiropractic helped a young Autistic boy in an amazingly short period of time: “My first autistic patient, a child, non-verbal and deaf screamed and kicked the first few visits but after 4 weeks his mom brought him in with a big smile on…