When I was 6, I was diagnosed with Scoliosis, had some chest deformity, X-knees and flat feet, often sickly. My mom made the greatest health chose for me, ever, instead of having major, recurrent, spinal surgeries, missing school and etc. she brought me to a “Chiropractor” and instead of having metal rods in my spine, restricted growth, and limited mobility, I became a world class athlete, got 6’2” height, and live happy healthy life. My life was SAVED! For kids in our practice, parents are SAVING lives of their children!
CONT’D… You would be thinking that after such profound experience I would never stopped being adjusted. NO, I made a HUGE mistake, I stopped, because I felt good and got busy, BIG mistake!
I wasted so much health potential, without even knowing that I am losing it. I got sick so badly that I thought there is no way out. Thank God I started Chiropractic care again. I wish, I never stopped!
CONT’D… Now, I am still being adjusted. I am still training, still get occasionally injures. What do you think I do? Exactly the same what I am telling you and here what I got out of it:
What I realized that if I get injured I heal faster!
If I got symptoms “expression of health” my body recover easier without any drugs!
My immunity better! If I eat or exposed to some junk, my body reacts faster and removes those toxins by initiating vomiting or diarrhea, cleansing me up, and saves my time for recovery!
In 2010, after one of the triathlons, I got both kidney failure. Hospital couldn’t do anything. I called my chiropractor and after an adjustment my kidney started working again! Miracle!
…….and much more.
HERE are some questions to think about:
Why instead of taking medication I needed an adjustment?
Why do I heal 2-3 times faster than non-adjusted person?
Am I compromising my nerve and spine care now?
Am I a busy person who can find many excuses not to do anything?
Why am I doing my home exercises and Denneroll daily?
Why am I eating as healthy as I possibly can?
Do you think that occasionally I get aches and pains in my life?
Answers for those questions you will find out next week.