1. Why I Do What I Do

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    Over the years many people have asked about some of the more dramatic cases I’ve seen. And looking back there have been quite a few that surprised even me.

    Most of the cases I see are pretty easy, pretty cut and dry. And although it is rewarding to help people feel better, the real joy is when we drastically change someone’s life.

    We’ve had people in here who were in so much pain that they couldn’t get out of bed, couldn’t go to work and hold down a job. There have been people who had dealt with debilitating pain for such a long time that it was affecting their relationships.

    The most amazing things I had seen involved two separate cases involving babies around 7 months old that were diagnosed with ‘Failure to Thrive.’ They were so tiny that they weren’t even on the Pediatric Growth Chart. Yet after a few adjustments they had both gained substantial weight, and were THRIVING!

    Chiropractic care really can be miraculous!