“The doctor of the future will give no medication,
but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame,
diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”
― Thomas A. Edison
Alternative care and chiropractic and traditional medicine fit together naturally. All three have their roots in patient care throughout history. Because many different methods of health care have developed in different parts of the world, they have not been available to the population at large. Today conventional wisdom coupled with modern knowledge allows you the best solutions. Chiropractic, nutrition, lifestyle changes, physical therapy, medicine, and other natural methods can be available now! We need these solutions today.
In treating patients over the past several years, we have found a thorough understanding of the procedures which have been helpful in maintaining a good doctor-patient relationship. Before we meet personally, we want you to know that we have dedicated our professional life to health and well being. Everything that we do from our first contact will be for your improved health and your freedom from pains and disability. We believe that every person we have the privilege to serve deserves the very best and modern health care that science has to offer. This is the type of care and attention you will receive. Our goal will be to locate the underlying cause of your symptoms and prevent the present pain and/or disease process from developing into a health emergency crisis. Crisis treatment is not only expensive and disabling, it may terminate in a fatal ending. The more knowledge we have about you as a patient (your medical history, symptoms, physical examination findings, and laboratory tests) the more likely we will be able to find the root cause of your trouble and render proper treatment and prevent recurrence of your health problem. We look forward to seeing you.
"Former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, in his 1988 Report on Nutrition and Health,
points out that 'dietary imbalances' are the leading preventable contributors to
premature death in the U.S. and recommends the expansion of nutrition and lifestyle modification
education for all health care professionals. The Centers of Disease Control state that 54 percent
of hearth desease, 37 percent of cancer, 50 percent of cerebrovascular disease and 49 percent of
atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) is preventable through lifestyle modification”
(The Definitive Guide. Compiled by The Burton Goldberg Group)
Dr Jeffrey Bland calls the modern phenomenon of lack of energy, allergies. headaches. mild depression, and emotional unrest as being a state of "vertical ill-health" This can be easily understood when we realize how many of our friends and family exhibit these chronic conditions.