Confusing Choices


I just read an article that promotes a concept or philosophy that I have been trying to promote for a long time.

Too many choices are often confusing. It sometimes is better to be given less choices but with guidance and supervision.

In health care we, as patients, want to have the best care possible. With too many experts proclaiming their expertise, making the correct choice is no easy task.

One of the biggest attractions for my choosing chiropractic as a career was that it offered a fundamental need for every person. The need to insure that all systems within our body communicated with every other system.

Remember the telephone game?  Someone whispers something into the
next persons ear and the message is changed by the end. Not too funny if this is going on in the body when the messages are vital!

According to chiropractic philosophy and science, messages are blocked in the presence of a vertebral subluxation.

If you have a subluxation, the choice is simple. Get rid of it.

By making chiropractic care a part of your wellness program, the body can function better by improving communication of its messages. If the vital information is being communicated properly then your choices of what you need to do to be healthy becomes easier.

I like easy.

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