I’ve been a Chiropractic Neurologist for over 25 years. My specialty has afforded me the privilege to treat people from around the globe. I have certainly witnessed my share of human suffering. The one common feature among patients is their limited ability to identify their purpose in life. This promotes stress, frustration, anxiety and sometimes anger, which can result in a reduction in health. So many of my patients have the same declaration, “fix me”. To be “fixed” requires self-awareness coupled with action steps. We must want to make better choices.
I now realize that if you want to be healthy, it starts with a healthy mind. After many years in practice I decided that if I were going to have a greater impact, I would need to step out of the clinic and onto the stage.
I have discovered that contributing and connecting with people is what makes me tick. From the moment I began presenting, I knew I was in the right place. It was effortless and incredibly gratifying. Witnessing a person’s transformation to me feels like waking up on Christmas morning.