A Collection of Chiropractic Love Stories
Chiropractic, how do I love thee, let me count the ways. SERVING humanity through our vocation has been the great love of my young life. The privilege of being able to connect and help people on a very deep and profound level has been a blessing. The people whom I have served and the friends that I have made have been a tremendous catalyst for change in who I am as a human BEing. On this path, I have looked within to observe both, the darkness and the tremendous light within me. My love for our vocation and for people has been a constant reminder to strive to be the purest expression of me that I can be. Serving children and encouraging people to look within is a privilege and a blessing. I am so very thankful to be able to assist people to look at their own light.
My hope is that you experience the same joy, LOVE, and sense of wonderment in your journey as I have in mine.
With Love and Respect,
Brad Deakin, DC
The Life Lounge
Burlington, Ontario Canada
I love chiropractic because it is my path, my mission and my service to God. Chiropractic is my life.
I love chiropractic because it has challenged me, taught me, blessed me immeasurably; thru it I have come to express my gifts, my uniqueness and my truest essence. Thru it I have come to know Innate.
I love chiropractic because I love moving bones!
I love chiropractic because I get to see people (and animals) change, grow, heal, transform. And I get to hug them all (except some of the animals).
I love chiropractic because, at least in its philosophy and art, it IS love. It shares all of love's attributes: wholeness, balance, connection, beauty, simplicity, and great power. It is love in intention and it is love in action. At its purest it, like love, is unattached and unconditional. And regardless of whether or not you and I adhere to its purest principles, it will always be the truth. Just like love.
Stew Bittman, DC
South Lake Tahoe, California
What I love most about TIC is its ability to assist people in re-membering who they truly are and allowing them to progressively express more of their essence.
Louis Corleto, DC
The miracles I get to witness each day are one of the best parts of being a chiropractor. Watching health unfold is like watching the sunrise over the ocean, magnificent and ever-changing. I love chiropractic because it makes a difference and changes so many lives each day.
Danita Thomas Heagy, DC
Saint Augustine, FL
One of the things I love most about chiropractic is caring for infants. Looking into their wide eyes and offering them an adjustment is a privilege. I treasure the experiences I share with these open, trusting little people.
Jeanne Ohm, DC, ICPA Executive Coordinator
The one thing I love the most about ChiropracTIC is that the one thing we do as ChiropracTORS is so simple (the adjustment of vertebral subluxations) yet so profound (the effect it has upon every atom of the body every time)!
Gary DiBenedetto, DC, DACAN, LCP, DPhCS
Port Jefferson Station, NY
In the words of Minny Riverton, " Loving you is easy 'cause your beautiful..."; but, what is beauty? Beauty is said to be in the eyes of the beholder and that makes humans express love in so many different ways, because the expression of love is an educated, human thing. But True Love is more... it is a feeling, a thought so to speak, which emanates from the being, the Innate, the essence and it is unencumbered by the human, educated intelligence. It is a realization that we are all one... that we are all of the same fabric of life. Yes, True Love is the allowance of the melting together of one's Innate to another's. Innate to Innate does not allow for hatred or killing, be it animal or man. Yes, Innate to Innate is a perfect experience best shown to all; no matter what race, color, religion or gender preference they represent. Love for the sake of Loving and expect nothing in return.
With Love to You... Because You Love the Things I Love
Bobby Tarantino, DC
My passion for Chiropractic started 19 years ago when Chiropractic care gave back my life. In 1980, I had a lower back accident. The doctors and medications did not help me and surgery was out of the question. I explored every avenue of health care for the next 6 years until I found Principled Chiropractic care in 1986. I am grateful to have experienced how my body has the ability to heal. Since immersing myself in my own healing, I am guided to share this miracle with others. Chiropractic has impacted my life in a way that I feel to love and help others is for me to share with them how Chiropractic Care can change their lives too!
Happy Valentine's Day!
Love with Adjustments,
Super CA Jackie
I Am So Blessed, What About You?
The word Doctor means teacher and as a teacher we have a responsibility to our patients to share the truth about chiropractic. Unfortunately many of us are too fearful to tell our patients the truth because of what they may think of us, and of course they may leave our practices.
I was reading a book called "The Prayer Of Jabez" by Bruce Wilkinson. In his book Jabez was praying to God this following prayer:
"Oh, God that you would bless me indeed, and enlarge my territory, that your hand would be with me, and that you would keep me from evil" (1 Chronicles 4:9-10)
It sounds to me that Jabez was a man looking for help from God. He was not afraid to ask God for his help. Guess what? God granted him his wish and his life was changed for ever because of his boldness. What about you?
What are you waiting for? When are you going to ask God to bless you and your practice? Why not ask God to bless you financially? If you asked God with faith and conviction you will be surprised at what he will grant you.
Did I forget to tell you that you must not be greedy and you must honestly seek God with all your heart, soul and your mind. Then and only then will He bless you on his time schedule not yours. Be patient, be bold, be the man or women that God has created you to be and he will give you the riches of your heart. You too can be blessed this Valentine's Day. Tell The Truth... You will not regret it.
Edwin Cordero, DC