Chiropractic survey about duration of patient visit… this is a report that is being written by my brother in New York. It is his last piece of material as it relates to his schooling. So I took the survey, and agreed to try to get as many of you to take it as well. But here are a few thoughts I had first.
- The survey is focused on the time spent with your chiropractor during a typical visit.
- The survey is also focused on how you value your chiropractic visit.
This provides an opportunity for me to address value. Most of you have always known my focus.
I am here to adjust you for a corrective purpose. Correction requires frequency, thus my role is to adjust for frequency. Maintenance requires the same, when we consider that 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you have the potential to impact your spine negatively. To maintain it at its best with one adjustment per week, would require somewhat miraculous results in that adjustment.
Thus I am focused on frequency.
I have those who would love to stop in with me, and ask me questions about nutrition and exercise. Of course, in the middle of shift, these questions can only go so far. But if you are really want to get to this advice, then I appreciate having workshops that will help you get the basic knowledge, then we can build from there.
There was a time when I would spend 10 minutes with patients as we talked through their problems and concerns. What I quickly realized, was that we simply had the same discussion over and over and over. There was little value to either party, and that in the end the value is always, and always will be, the adjustment.
When Harvey Lillard regained his hearing in an adjustment, Chiropractic was born. And that same premise is what continues to rule my practice. BUT, I want to also remind you that we sit upon five essentials of health. Essentials means they are essential…. necessary. So tomorrow night at Bread Beckers is really an Essential workshop. Minimized Toxins, Maximized Nerve Supply, Maximized Nutrition, Maximized Peace/Mind, and Maximized Lean Muscle and Oxygen. The essentials are always taught at separate times.
This way we can be sure that the focus is on correction in the office. So my brother needs some help as he is doing this survey as his seniors thesis of sorts. So please. take the three minutes that it takes, and complete the survey! Thanks!
Be Blessed and Be Well! – Dr. E