Starting Monday November 25th, we’re holding a 6-week holiday health challenge. Click on the links below to get the official rules and your tracking form! Put your name on the tracking sheet and turn it in by January 6th! We’ll announce the winners on Tuesday January 7th.
We’ve created a throw-away, microwave, fix-me-now society that has permeated every aspect of our culture. This is especially true in what is called “health care”. Everyone wants a quick fix. They want to “feel” better NOW! (and sometimes NOW isn’t soon enough). In order to accommodate this, Western medicine has turned nearly every human physiological process into a “condition” that can be treated with drugs.
Even PREGNANCY is treated as a disease and more than one-third of all babies are now surgically removed, primarily out of scheduling convenience – quick fix.
After all, most cancers are painless until their late stages. You don’t “feel” heart disease until you have a heart attack. Symptoms are NOT the problem – DYSFUNCTION is the problem! There’s not a drug on the market today that improves function – NOT ONE! The quick fix medications don’t fix anything!
So what improves function?
What does it need to do this?
There is no process that does not require TIME.
There are no quick fixes – no shortcuts – no rushing the healing process! Leave behind the myth of the quick fix. Unleash the healing power inside you with chiropractic care. The results will be unmistakable.More
A long-time patient of mine recently developed lower back pain similar to the pain that brought her to our office in the first place. Friends of hers suggested medications, surgery and other remedies, but she realized that in life, we have “bumps in the road” and that chiropractic had helped her with this before and it could certainly help again.
Chiropractic care does not guarantee that you’ll not experience back pain, illness or other health challenges. These things happen – even to chiropractors themselves! It will allow your body to heal from these problems faster and manage them better.
Life is a journey – you’ll have some joyous times, but you’ll also experience pain and anguish.
Enjoy it all!More