Dan John pearls: The best things in life have plateaus

 

Most people live managing compromises

 

 

If you don't avoid sugar, processed carbs, frankenfoods, fast foods or eat colorful veggies or

 

workout for 1/2 h per day, get preventative dental & health check­ups, then don't worry about

 

anything else health­wise.

 

 

Me:

Personal Philosophy 

 

Chiropractic is an integral part in the struggle to increase the health of the nation.  It’s ideals of 

 

natural wellness, safe treatments and cost effectiveness are missing components in the healthcare 

 

system.  Throughout the history of chiropractic, one of its goals has been to change the way patient’s 

 

view and take care of their body and it still continues to this day.  This goal is more important now than 

 

ever as more patients are seeking non-radical methods of treatment, are taking more responsibility for 

 

their health and are realizing the many downfalls to the current healthcare system which treats signs 

 

and symptoms and not the disease.   Personally, these components of chiropractic are the reasons why I 

 

wanted to become a doctor.  I wanted to be in a field that looked to aspects of change to increase 

 

health and cause to find the cure of a patient’s symptomtology.  I believe a large part of why the nation 

 

is in such a state of chronic disease is lack of or poor education in taking care of oneself and chiropractic 

 

is the avenue where I can affect the health of the nation one life change at a time. 

 

Mission Statement 

 

To provide a service in the form of a doctor-patient team that facilitates education in the body’s 

 

ability to self-heal.  To foster through this team small improvements and changes in lifestyle by 

 

instruction in self-care, such as nutrition, exercise and stress management, which will lay the foundation 

 

for optimal health of the patient.

 

 

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