When a new patient enters my office I know that they are mostly here due to pain. There are exceptions. For example I have had people see me for seizures, ear infections, loss of period, inability to conceive, breach baby presentation, vertigo, asthma, allergies, double vision, hyperactivity, and many other reasons, including wellness. But most are here for pain. As you know, I perform a subluxation exam, determine if I think that it is the subluxation that is causing your pain, and then work to correct the subluxation. If the pain is entirely due to subluxation, it goes away. If it is partially due to subluxation, it gets better but not all the way. And if it is not due to subluxation, it doesn’t change. Regardless of the outcome, you are always healthier without subluxation than with it.
To illustrate my point, let’s say for example that you have lung cancer that is causing you chest pains and a cough. In this example let’s pretend that the doctor offers you two treatment options, first is a treatment that will shrink the cancer only enough so that the chest pain and cough will stop. The second treatment will get rid of the cancer, but with this second option you may still have the chest pain and cough. Which will you choose? The second of course. I’d rather have a cough and chest pain than cancer. But doctors don’t really give you such options, and neither do I.
There is but one treatment here, subluxation correction. Of course, I want for your pain to go away, but more than that I want your nerve system to work as well as it can to bring you as much health as it can for an entire lifetime from birth to death in as many people as I can reach until my body can no longer do this job. Health is so much bigger than pain. Health requires a commitment. It is not an accident. And it starts with the nerves.