I love what I do!
I am so fortunate to have a wonderful vocation that allows me to be a force for good in peoples’ lives. Here are a few of my favorite things about my work as a chiropractor and enzyme nutrition practitioner:
Explaining chiropractic. As a chiropractor and enzyme nutrition practitioner I specialize in the restoration and maintenance of health. The goal and purpose of a chiropractic adjustment is to remove interference in the body’s nerve system. When interference is removed the body can do what it should do naturally; Self-heal and self-regulate. Chiropractic, when explained in a simple way, is something that most people understand intuitively.
Watching the changes. Sometimes improvement in health is instant and very noticeable, but sometimes the changes are more subtle. I love it when a client says they notice that they have been sleeping better, or have less fatigue, or can more easily feel when their body is out of balance.
Listening. It is a privilege to be able to help people achieve their goals, and I make sure I have plenty of time to listen to my clients’ stories. I want to fully understand what clients’ concerns are, but even more importantly, I want to know how improving their health will make their lives better.
Working with kids. In many cases children require only small adjustments or small dietary changes to experience big improvements in their health. Working with kids is awesome! In children the amazing power of the body to heal can be seen most easily.
Teaching. My free community health classes are always a fun way for me to share information that helps people to live healthier lives. I have also helped future chiropractors learn enzyme nutrition at Logan College, a role that I was truly honored to fulfill.
Learning. In addition to my degree in chiropractic I have spent many, many hundreds of hours studying health and nutrition. I study current research articles on a weekly basis and travel far and wide to attend seminars throughout the year. I do this because I am dedicated to continually developing my knowledge and clinical excellence as a practitioner to serve my clients in the best possible way.
Creating hope. I have had the wonderful experience of helping people who had difficult health situations who thought no one could help them, or who were told that their health concerns were “all in their head.” I have years of experience assisting clients with difficult challenges, I study and research to be the best I can be, and I have a team of experts a phone-call away. It is a wonderful transition to see despair become hope, and to guide hope into action, and to see action create changes for better health.