The word longevity is very intentional as the focus of our story. I lost my mother at a young age to cancer, and still 25 years later I miss her daily and the relationship she might have had with her grandkids. Since that time, several others close to me have passed at a young age, most notably my husband in his mid 40s.
These losses lit a desire in me to help to teach people about the preventative effects of chiropractic as well as the tools required to live with less pain and more energy.
Additionally, through a decade and a half in chiropractic, I have had the privilege to work with thousands of patients. So often I have recalled patients saying, “I feel so old, I wish I had more energy, it’s hard getting old.” And although aging is unavoidable, I believe that chiropractic care can help assist us, no matter what our age, with living our best life.
Chiropractic helps our brain speak to our body and our body speak to our brain – it’s that simple! This allows us to live more fully and with vitality.