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Are you funcioning in an altered state of consciousness?

Posted by Marietta chiropractor on August 27, 2014

You could be.

You already know that Americans take more drugs of any kind of any other country on the planet.  In fact, ALL the other countries in the World COMBINED take a mere fraction of the drugs that Americans do.  A large portion of those drugs are for diagnosed psychiatric conditions, including Depression, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc.  Another large portion of those drugs are for pain and other symptoms, and some are taken for chronic health conditions.  Some are prescribed and some are bought over the counter. 

But there’s one thing they ALL have in common, they alter your (and your body’s) state of consciousness.  That’s right.  Every drug you take affects how you see the world.  And how you see the world, determines your thoughts, emotions and actions.

Look.  I’m not saying all medications are bad…in the short term.  What I AM saying is that drugs work BECAUSE they are designed to convince your body it either has something it’s not supposed to have or doesn’t have something it should.  In other words, drugs trick your body into behaving a certain way, whether that is altering chemical levels, suppressing normal immune function or directly affecting your brain and nervous system.

Without saying ANYTHING about all the potential hazards and side-effects posed by taking ANY drug, the long term affect of altering your body’s normal responses to even a single problem can be devastating.  Whether it’s diminished function of a particular system in the body or bad decision making or outright addiction, they all lead to a lower quality of life for you, your friends and associates, and your family members.  When you multiply that by the tens of millions of people taking drugs/medications, you can see the potential harm to an entire culture.

The thing I love most about Chiropractic is that it’s purpose is to help you function at a higher lever NO MATTER what your current circumstance may be.  And the longer you function at higher levels of awareness, the better your life can be.  Imagine how different your life would be right now and how much better it could be if you improved your thoughts, decisions and actions could improve by just 10%.  I think it would be remarkable.

Do what you can to get clean and stay clear.  Your life will thank you for it.

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NYLF 6/26/2014

Posted by Marietta chiropractor on June 27, 2014

NYLF 6/26/2014

Future Med students at NYLF-Medicine conference at Emory University in Atlanta, GA.

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Price Elasticity and the New Chiropractic Reality

Posted by Marietta chiropractor on August 24, 2012

I love Economics, often called “The Dismal Science”.  The short definition of Economics is that it’s the study of the allocation of scarce resources.  Like many things in Economics, scarcity is a relative terms.  Tow of the great caveats in Economics is “What if” and “it depends”.  In other words, Economics really is a study of behavior as it relates to stuff.  Stuff like money and the stuff we substitute for money.

Since entering the world of healthcare (specifically Chiropractic) over 20 years ago, I’ve watched with great interest the games providers play with Economics and how really naive the healthcare business is when it comes to the Dismal Science.  It’s really amazing, too, how ignorant lawmakers, regulators and administrators are about the economics of healthcare, too.  But, I’ll focus on Chiropractic in order to keep my interest high and this article short.

We all know about Economics’ Law of Supply and Demand.  We also understand that the greater the demand for a given product or service at a given level of supply, the higher the price of that good or service.  Further, we know that given a certain level of demand the quantity supplied can affect the price of a product or service.  There is an additional concept within the Law of Supply and Demand called “elasticity”, which basically is how widely supply and demand changes given changes in the price of a product or service.

OK.  Enough background.  What I want you to see are the dramatic changes facing the chiropractic profession because of the Law of Supply and Demand and the Price Elasticity of Demand for chiropractic services.  Over the last 30 years, chiropractors have benefited (?) from relative parity with other health professions when it came to 3rd party reimbursements like health insurance and Medicare.  Prior to that, chiropractors were paid directly by consumers of their service.  As a result, fees were relatively low.  After “insurance parity” chiropractic bills skyrocketed.  For the longest time, the chiropractors’ bills were rarely questioned.  And as long as patients were required to pay little or nothing out-of-pocket, they flocked to chiropractors’ offices and everybody was happy.

Eventually, the profession began to choke the goose with the golden egg.  Managed care came on the scene and the scrutiny of chiropractic bills began.  Deductibles and copays started increasing.  In other words, patients were being required to take cash out of their pocket to pay for a portion of their chiropractic care.  At that time, we began to see serious competition among chiropractors themselves but also with physical therapists and MDs..  It seems that MDs could bill greater amounts with fewer out-of-pocket requirements than the chiropractors.

Chiropractors found that even the slightest increase in out-of-pocket expense caused a drop-off in consumer demand for chiropractic services.  So, the natural response was for the chiropractor to waive out-of-pocket costs or NOPE, no out of pocket expense.  Problem was, that tactic was deemed illegal under fraud statutes. Chiropractors started going to jail NOT in righteous protests but for fraud.

The next response by the profession was “exhaustion of benefits”.  Under this approach, a care plan would be rendered based partly on what a person’s insurance coverage was.  The amount covered would be subtracted from the calculated cost of the care plan at the doctor’s per visit rate (including covered therapy modalities) and the balance either paid up front with a discount or spread over the life of the care plan.  This approach has come under great scrutiny by both legal and regulatory authorities.  Hopefully, this practice is almost gone.

But, the history of chiropractic economics has shown that the Price Elasticity of Demand is very significant.  this just means that even though chiropractors had been paid very well for at least a couple of decades, that income was the result of creative billing and lax  oversight by 3rd party payors and NOT because they competed directly for consumers on a cash basis.  Over that time, chiropractors began to equate their value with their gross income instead of the REAL demand for chiropractic services by the cash paying customer.  Many of those same practitioners have been teaching chiropractic students over the last decade or two that there is no price competition and that they should expect (even demand) a high level of reimbursement.

The sad reality is that insurance coverage for chiropractic services is almost gone in America.  Chiropractors are now in an environment where they must compete with each other for clients but with alternatives that may still be receiving some 3rd party payments while the DC is not.  In other words, there a lots of chiropractors charging rates based on what used to be paid by someone OTHER than their patient.  And as we all know, no one spends their own money like they’d spend someone else’s.

So, what we have in chiropractic now are thousands of recently graduated chiropractors who entered school to become a doctor who didn’t have to work hard while making lots of money entering a market where there is little or no 3rd party pay and an economy where people are squeezing every penny out of every dime just to make ends meet.

The new economic realities of the chiropractic profession are that students owe at least twice (in student loans) what they can expect to earn in a year.  The average income for chiropractors is falling as is the average fee for service.

Today’s chiropractor is ill-equipped to face the new market realities.  He/she must become excellent marketers, well versed in public speaking, one-on-one selling, social and business networking and business management.  They will work in smaller offices with lower overhead, smaller staff, lower incomes and lower fees.  The competition for the old reliable NMS conditions will be hard to wrench from the hands of orthopedists and physical therapists.  They will be forced to improvise their approach or seek other careers, like teaching Biology at the local middle or high school.  Not exactly what they borrowed $200,000 to end up doing.

The new reality is that chiropractors will almost be forced to narrow their scope like chiropractors of old, offer fee systems that are reasonable for most individuals and families to pay out of pocket and to sell chiropractic like BJ Palmer did in his time and Sid Williams in his.  As for me, I am glad to see this change coming.  But, I don’t think my profession and its system of learning and regulation are.  I guess time will tell.

 

 

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I’m a ChiropracTOR

Posted by Marietta chiropractor on April 20, 2011

I’m a chiropracTOR. My focus is on chiropracTIC and NOT on Medicine. Medicine has its own problems and kills lots of Americans every year. I DO get frustrated at how religious folks can be about their Medicine. Medicine is a Man-made contrivance and is subject to Man’s fallibility. At its core, chiropracTIC acknowledges a higher power in both the design and function of all living things. We don’t try to “fix” it. We just try to remove A barrier to its normal function.

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Can we build a new human?

Posted by Marietta chiropractor on April 13, 2011

Then how can we fix an old one?hat’s a reasonable question.  hat’s a reasonable question.  Isn’t it?

It never ceases to amaze me how “scientific” Medicine purports to know how to treat all kinds of conditions of the human body.  Yet, these “scientists” don’t even know what has caused most of the problems they claim to “fix”.  In virtually every case, the best they’re able to do is affect the symptoms of whatever the real problem is.  Shrink the tumor.  Stop the sinus drainage.  Suppress the immune response.  lower blood pressure.

Yet, “something” takes one sperm and one ovum (egg) and makes a baby in just 9 months in the case of humans WITHOUT help from “science” or Medicine or even the Government.  Personally, I consider that quite miraculous.

When I think of  two cells becoming a complete functional living being with all its cells and tissues and organs and systems working together in perfect harmony, I have to ask the question “Wouldn’t the process that made that happen also not also have provided a functional immune system capable of dealing with any malady likely to confront it?”  I’m sure you know the answer.  Yes, of course!

Maybe it’s time we open our minds to the possibility that we living things typically arrive complete and that we don’t as much need to be “fixed” as much as we just need to make sure the system is allowed to function as it was designed with as little interference as possible.

That’s actually, what the chiropractic profession was designed to do.  Those of us that practice from that perspective have seen what some would call “miracles” because without drugs or surgery because we respect that Design, remove interference and step back and watch.

Sadly, we get bogged down trying to explain it in a really technical way.  But, the truth is that just like gravity works every time, taking stress off your nervous system works every time, too.  And just because “science” or Medicine can’t explain it in their terms does not mean it doesn’t work.  It does work, just not the way they want it to.

Principled chiropractic works because it works WITH the same wisdom that took those two cells and made it a living functional human being.  It is that same wisdom that strives to make you healthy and able to adapt to virtually any situation or circumstance that you may encounter.

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What IS a Chiropractic Smile?

Posted by Marietta chiropractor on May 24, 2010

Have you ever known someone who just always seems to be smiling?  They seem to ALWAYS feel good.  Nothing seems to bother them.

Well, what you’re seeing is someone who’s comfortable in their own skin.  They’re confident in who they are and what they are.  Life is not defined by their fears but by their faith in knowing they don’t have to live in fear…of anything.

OK.  So what does this have to do with chiropractic?  You probably know folks like that who have NEVER seen a chiropractor.  So have I. BUT, I’ve also seen lots of folks over the years who USED to live in fear of sickness, disease, infirmity and uncertainty who now live powerful lives.  OK.  OK.  Chiropractic.

Here’s the real power of chiropractic.  Chiropractic is based on the premise that everything in the Universe is organized.  In fact, that organization gives all matter its properties and maintains it in existence.  And, that organization is obviously in all living things.  In living things, that mechanism’s job is to help you (and all living things) be the MOST and ?BEST you can be.  It interprets the environment and stimulus around you and responds appropriately.  It knows what is the right chemical balance in YOUR body and dispenses the right hormones in the right amount at the right time.  Really, it’s beautiful!

In fact, it’s the “thing” that keeps all the individual cells, tissues, organs and systems in your body working together in harmony to keep you functioning.   It’s THAT mechanism that leaves a living thing when it dies.  In fact, that mechanism STOPS working the moment you die.  There is STILL life in your body.  It’s just not coordinated.  The life that’s left is random, each individual cell doing ITS very best to survive.  That’s what happens when your body decomposes.  The organizing mechanism leaves you and chaos is left.

That organizing mechanism CAN be diminished in living things, particularly humans.  It can be disturbed by chemical, physical or emotional stress.  The more of these stresses that exists, the more chaotic the organization of the function of the cells, tissues, organs and systems in your body.  In other words, the diminished organization actually causes “less life”.  Eventually, this can lead to sickness, infirmity and disease.  In an effort to deal with the symptoms of this disorganization, people are convinced that drugs can help or that surgery can remove an offending organ.  Sadly, these remedies only mask the EFFECTS of a disorganized body while allowing the REAL problem to continue.

Folks under long term chiropractic wellness care routinely remove a significant cause of this disorganization.  So, their bodies work in a more organized way.  When that happens, they have less need for drugs or surgery.  As they learn to trust and listen to their bodies, they move in a more powerful, independent way.  Their confidence in themselves, their design and the Design for their life continues to grow.  The more they’re able and willing to listen to that little voice inside them, the more powerful their health and life.  Things just work better.  And like money invested routinely with interest and dividends reinvested, their life becomes even more dynamic.

So, the chiropractic smile is power, strength, confidence and joy on the inside expressed on the outside.  My wish for you is that you’ll want to experience this power in your life.  Find a wellness chiropractor that is confident in your potential.  If you can’t find one or don’t know how to find one near you, let me know.  I’ll help you find one.

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The Doctor Business Makes Me Sick… It Makes YOU sick, too!

Posted by Marietta chiropractor on April 11, 2010

I talked with a lady yesterday whose son is suffering from a seizure disorder.  The doctors have come up with some exotic name for the problem.  But the long and short of it is that the boy has a problem and they don’t know what to do.

Apparently, his seizures started about two years ago.  In that time, both the strength and amount of drugs being administered this child has steadily increased to the point that he can no longer function normally in school.   As a result, his mom is no longer able to hold a steady teaching job and his older brother has started exhibiting signs of being OCD.  In her search for something that might help her son’s suffering, she ran across one of my videos on YouTube and called a chiropractor near her home for help.

Now, I know firsthand that chiropractic care can help seizure disorders.  And, I recommend anyone diagnosed with epilepsy consult with a chiropractor.  While I’m glad she sought a chiropractor, I’m not so sure SHE was glad.  Sure, she liked the chiropractor.  But having never gone to a chiropractor before, she was somewhat taken aback by the amount and cost of the care recommended.  She was also taken aback by the doctor’s insistence that the entire family get under care.

Don’t get me wrong.  I AM a family wellness chiropractor and I DO recommend lifetime wellness care for the whole family.  However, I DON’T like the practice of scaring people into ANYTHING!   It’s THAT, specifically, that has made this little boy sicker and is destroying his family’s health and finances.

The “Doctor Business” has done more to make America weak and its citizens sick than anything else I know.  The fear of disease and infirmity costs us TRILLIONS of dollars in terms of medical insurance, doctor and hospital bills, malpractice lawsuits, defensive medicine, productivity and taxes.  It REALLY is time for a change.

IF chiropractors REALLY believed what we say about health and wellness, we would talk about the power of living things, especially humans, to be healthy, whole and vital from cradle to grave.  Instead, we tend to focus on the lessening effect of that thing called a “vertebral subluxation”.  Certainly, subluxations DO diminish normal function.  But a chiropractor scaring someone at a spinal screening is no different than an MD pushing blood pressure drugs simply because someone’s blood pressure reading was 140/90.

The wellness mindset is NOT about prevention of cancer, heart disease, diabetes or whatever.  It’s about being as healthy as possible and living as full a life as you can.  THAT is what chiropractic is and can do, too.  In fact, IF chiropractors focused on and TAUGHT you about the Law of Life, we could revolutionize healthcare in America.  If you KNEW you were designed to be healthy and that drugs tend more to make you sicker than better, wouldn’t you look at a different approach?  of course you would!

Take control of your life and your health.  Don’t allow ANY doctor to scare you into ANY treatment regimen.  make them explain what they do, how and why.  After all, YOU are the customer!

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I’m not talking about Medicine, any more!

Posted by Marietta chiropractor on August 10, 2009

I’m not talking about Medicine, any more! Medicine outside the ER is mostly ineffective and dangerous. Consumers ALREADY know this and are looking for something else. I’m a Principled ChirorpacTOR! I help people get and stay healthy. I’m not an alternative to their MD. I’m an alternative to sickness, disease, fear and worry. Send me folks who want to live a powerful life moving TOWARD what they DO want!

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The View from Outside the Box

Posted by Marietta chiropractor on December 28, 2008

Surely you’ve heard the term “Think outside the boc”.  I first heard th term in a business workshop way back in the 70s.  We were told to put the following drawing on a piece of paper and told to connect all the dots with four STRAIGHT lines WITHOUT lifting our pencil off the paper.

outside-the-box

It was amazing the gyrations we all went through to get the assignment done.  Well, there were a couple of folks who had seen the exercise done before.  Otherwise, no one had even a clue how to solve the puzzle.  Then the instructor proceeded to show us how the puzzle was solved:

outside-the-box-solved

As we all now know, the ONLY solution for the problem was to draw outside the (imaginary) box created by the dots.  What an awesome metaphor for many (most) of the problems facing our society at this point in time, including the economy, world affairs, politics, education and healthcare.  In fact, many of the problems we face have become SO institutionalized and entrenched that they can NEVER be resolved with the same thinking that caused the problem in the first place.

Let’s consider just healthcare.  As far as any of us can remember, healthcare in this culture has been one of fighting disease.  We start at birth vaccinating kids against all sorts of diseases from routine childhood illnesses like chicken pox and measles to diptheria, smallpox, TB and polio.  As we age, the battle is joined against cancer, heart disease and now diabetes.  Now, we’re being attacked by chronic health problems ranging from chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia to irritable bowel syndrome and ulcerative colitis.  And, that says nothing about the proliferation of autoimmune disease.  And lest we forget Restless Leg Syndrome?

In essence, we’ve creasted a “disease managment” system instead of a HEALTH care system.  Drug companies seems to “discover” diseases that they just happen to have a “new” drug that treat THAT diease perfectly.  Unfortunately, that system of “care” has made going to the doctor and paying for it an almost impossible task.  Finally, we’ve reached the point where we’re looking to Government to take over health care.  I take little comfort in knowing that the same folks that are handling Social Security, Medicare, the IRS and Hurricane Katrina will now be taking care of our health decisions.

So, for these and other reasons, I opted out of the traditional Western approach to “health care” a long time ago.  I guess it’s been almost 20 years now that I haven’t taken a drug or gone to the doctor for anything but emergencies.  Well, I DO go to the chiropractor on a regular basis to get adjusted.   But, I don’t go for pain management or any kind of symptom control.   I thought it might be interesting to explain what it’s like on the other side of the healthcare fence looking in.

Even prior to my exposure to the wholistic lifestyle, I was somewhat leery of established Medicine and would only take an aspirin for an occasional headache or when my back problem would flare up.  And, until I got my back problem resolved, there was always a tube of Preparation H in the medicine cabinet.  I don’t rember the last time I took prescription drugs.  The last flu shot I got was in 1975 when Uncle Sam made me get one before letting me out of the Air Force.

The view from outside the box is interesting.  I don’t take drugs.  Period.  I don’t need them.  I don’t get sick.  I also don’t go to doctors.  It’s not that I don’t “believe” in them.  I just don’t need them.  Now, if I were involved in a car accident or broke a leg, I’d be the first to go to the ER because that’s where Medicine shines.  Otherwise, I just don’t need it.  I don’t have a cardiologist, proctologist, orthopedist, neurologist (although I’ve referred folks to a few) or even a General Practitioner.  Are there any of those even left?  Now, quite a few folks have asked me “What if…?”  And, my response is “What if…what?”  The point is I simply don’t live in that “disease” world.  I don’t know what ny blood pressure is or my cholesterol level or my bone density or if I have polyps.  I don’t care.

Because I know that we were designed to be healthy, my focus is on health, not disease.  I know that if I eat right, exercise, drink water, develop and maintain a good attitude and spiritual life, get adjusted and do those things that help build HEALTH, I’ve done all I can do.  And because of my fiath and what I know about health, I am not afraid of living or dying.

When I look inside the box, I see folks living in fear of cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, etc.  Their lives are consumed running from disease.  And, by the time many folks are 60 they have those little boxes with pills for every day of the week.  They run to the doctor every time they have a cold or a symptom.   Some folks I know spend almost a thousand bucks a month on “health” insurance that typically covers far less than people really need.  Health costs has virtually driven American automakers out of business.  Even folks with “good” insurance aren’t immune to the fear of disease.  In fact, I know several millionaires who suffer from anxiety attacks and the same diseases that afflict the poor.

The main difference in the perspectives on either side of the box is fear.  From the inside, fear rules and limits one’s fullest expression and enjoyment of life.  From outside the box, a sense of peace about health is the rule rather than the exception.  Now, I’m not necessarily telling folks to cancel their insurance and shoot their doctors.  But what I am saying is that there is another way to view health and life.  In a later post, I’ll talk more about inspired living.  Until then, consider all your alternatives.

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Melba’s Minute Clinic Experience and the Chiropractic Lifestyle

Posted by Marietta chiropractor on December 11, 2008

Melba has been a member (we don’t call them patients) of my practice for almost as long as I’ve been in practice.  She’s been getting upper cervical adjustments for at least 30 years.  She came in to the office yesterday with a nasty, bright red spot on her arm.  When I asked her what happened, she told me she had scratched herself cleaning up a rental property.

Now, Melba and I believe that “The Power that made the body heals the body!”  However, there simply are times when someone has a medical problem that SHOULD be handled by a medical approach.  One of those is an acute infection that is progressing.  Since Melba has not been sick (or otherwise needed medical attention) in her adult life, she asked me where to go where she wouldn’t have to wait for hours on end.  She has as little patience with that system as I do.  Anyway, I suggested she try one of the new Minute Clinics in a local CVS Pharmacy.

She called to tell me that her visit to the “Minute” Clinic took an hour and a half.  Interestingly, it only took 10 minutes, or so, to have her arm looked at and a prescription for some antibiotics written.  But, the rest of the visit was the most interesting and instructive.  You see, since Melba has been getting adjusted for almost 40 years, she’s never had a need to take drugs.  When asked what drugs she was taking, Melba replied, “None”.  “None?”  was the reply.  “No.  None.”  “Well, what kind of pain medications are you taking?” she was asked.  “For this thing on my arm?  Why would I take pain medicine for THAT?”  It had NEVER occured to Melba to take painkillers for an infection!

Apparently, Melba’s blood pressure reading was around 150/70.  She was asked, “What are you taking for high blood pressure?”  She replied, “I don’t take anything for blood pressure.  Is there something wrong?”  “Well, the top number’s a little high.  Don’t you want to take something?”  “No.”  Melba understands that 150/70 is not bad for a lady in her mid 60’s.

She was even hassled because she didn’t have an MD she went to on a regular basis.  In fact, she hadn’t been to an MD since being involved in an auto accident over 20 years ago.  Her response was “If I’m not sick, why would I go to a medical doctor?”

When Melba and I talked about it later, she said “They just don’t get it!”  What she meant was that folks are so trained to think that health is merely the absence of symptoms or sickness and that EVERYONE takes some kind of medicine for some kind of problem AND that NO ONE is capable of living without taking drugs.  Well, Melba and millions of us simply refuse to buy into that “sickness” mentality.  You see, the chiropractic lifestyle is based on the concept that you are a whole being, designed perfectly for health and performance.  Can you imagine that?  Who wants to live  a life without worry and fear?  I do!

There’s simply something wrong with a system that ASSUMES that something MUST be wrong with everyone out there walking around.  Why can’t we create a health care system that assumes that health is the NORM and not the exception.  It’s really a shame that someone in their mid 60s is considered strange because they don’t take ANY drugs.  How many folks do you know in their 60s and 70s would rather not have to take ANY medications?  How many folks do you know who would like to start NOW to make THAT their reality WHEN they reach their 60’s.  Heck, even their 40s?

Imagine a system where health insurance could actually help you STAY healthy instead of simply chasing symptoms.  If you’re one of those, or you know someone who would, then I encourage you to look into adding chiropractic care to your health and wellness program.

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