Tuesday, November 2, 2010


Question: What is Spasmodic Healing?

Answer: It's the lack of continuous healing from one correction to the next.

If the patient needs an alignment correction on every visit, they are experiencing Spasmodic Healing. The body’s natural self-healing process is interrupted when the patient fails to maintain their alignment between corrections. So when did they need another correction? ... Later that day ... the next day ... the next week?Spasmodic Healing happens when the healing process is not continuous. Obviously, if a patient requires a correction on each visit, It's time to re-evaluate: Are you applying your corrective procedure effectively?New x-rays ... The correction formula may have changed.Question the patient ... they may be causing the frequent misalingment to occur. Restricted brain to body communication leads to the development of acute and chronic health problems. Continuous healing is the ultimate in Total Wellness and the Key to Optimal Health.Holding your alignment correction -- is-- Healing!Maintaining it -- is -- health maintenance at its Best! A correction on every visit -- is -- akin to manipulation!

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

How Good Are You?

The Second Most Important Question That You Must Answer:

2. What can you be the best in the world at doing?

What is your area of expertise? What gets you out of bed in the morning? What are you passionate about?

As a Last Chiropractor I am passionate about educating people about the importance of their nervous systems and then locating and adjusting them in a precise specific way that allows them to express their greatest potential.

How about you, what are you the best in the world at?

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Two Of The Most Important Questions in Chiropractic

1. What can only you offer the world?

This is a Big question because as of today Chiropractors give the world something so special and so unique. We as Chiropractors must spread the message of our vitalistic philosophy.

That there is a Universal Intelligence in all matter and it continualy gives to it all of its properties and actions thus maintaining it in existence.

We must wake people up to the fact that they are the true healers, not the Chiropractor as long as there is no interference.

Chiropractic is so Great, so Simple, so Important to the world that only We can offer.

The next post will be the other important question.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Take 100% Responsibility For Your Life - Starting Today

This isn’t a trick question.
Certainly you know the answer—the person who has been responsible for the life you live right now: YOU.
Everything about you is a result of your doing or not doing... Your income. Debt. Relationships. Health. Fitness level. Attitudes and behaviors.
I've often said that you are either creating or allowing everything that is happening in your life.
I think everyone knows this in their hearts, but often times people convince themselves into thinking that external factors are the source of their failure, disappointment, and unhappiness.
External factors do not determine how you live. YOU are in complete control of the quality of your life, by either creating or allowing the circumstances you experience.
When I hear people complain about the state of their life (be it their problems with personal finances, weight, their jobs, or general dissatisfaction), I like to help them see things differently.
If they feel “stuck” and unable to move forward for whatever reason, I ask them to scrutinize both what is working well and what isn’t working well in their life and see how they’ve arrived at where they currently are.
For example, if a woman tells me she’s unhappy with her weight—she travels frequently, and has no to time to exercise or seek healthy foods—I point out that her weight is not a result of her travels and schedule. It’s an outcome of what she chooses to eat and how she chooses to move, regardless of her daily agenda. Why not make a conscious effort to pre-plan healthy meals and snacks, even if it’s on the go, and sneak in 10 minutes here and 10 minutes there to be physically active (hey, I know some frequent flyers that make it a habit of running through airports!).
If you’re frustrated with any area in your life, then it’s time to take a little inventory.
Certainly there are wonderful things happening, whether it’s your job, your romantic relationship, your children, your friends, or your income level. Your accomplishments are just as important as your missteps.
First, congratulate yourself on your successes; and then take a look at what isn’t working out so well. What are you doing or not doing to create those experiences?
Watch out! If you find yourself beginning to complain about everything but the choices you’ve made, then you need to take a step back. See if you can stop blaming outside factors for your unhappiness.
When you realize that you—and only you—create your experiences, you’ll realize that you can un-create them and forge new experiences whenever you want.
How empowering is that!
You must take responsibility for your happiness and your unhappiness, your successes and your failures, your good times and your bad times.
All too often we choose to claim the successes and blame the failures on others or other circumstances. When you stop blaming, however, you can take that energy and redirect it to focus on shaping a better situation for yourself. Blaming only ties up your energy. Imagine roping all the energy into a positive effort.
Some ideas to make this happen:
1. Believe, Believe, Believe! Have unwavering faith in yourself, for good and bad. Make the decision to accept the fact that you create all your experiences. You will experience successes thanks to you, and you will experience pain, struggle, and strife thanks to you. Sounds a little strange, but accepting this level of responsibility is uniquely empowering. It means you can do, change, and be anything. Stumbling blocks become just that—little hills to hop over.
2. Take no less than 100% responsibility . Successful people take full responsibility for the thoughts they think, the images they visualize, and the actions they take. They don't waste their time and energy blaming and complaining. They evaluate their experiences and decide if they need to change them or not. They face the uncomfortable and take risks in order to create the life they want to live.
3. Stop complaining . Look at what you are complaining about. I’m fat. I’m tired. I can’t get out of debt. I won’t ever get a better job. I can’t stand the relationship I have with my sister. I’ll never find a soulmate in life. Really examine your complaints. More than likely you can do something about them. They are not about other people, other things, or other events. They are about YOU.
4. Make an immediate change. Are you unhappy about something that is happening right now? Make requests that will make it more desirable to you, or take the steps to change it yourself. Making a change might be uncomfortable for you. It might mean you have to put in more time, money, and effort. It might mean that someone gets upset about it, or makes you feel bad about your decision. It might be difficult to change or leave a situation, but staying put is your choice so why continue to complain?
You can either do something about it or not. It is your choice and you have responsibility for your choices.
5. Pay attention. Looking to others for help and guidance is helpful, but don’t forget to stay tuned in to yourself—your behavior, attitude, and life experiences. Identify what’s working and what isn’t. If you need to, write it all down. Then…
6. Face the truth and take action for the long term . You have to be willing to change your behavior if you want a different outcome. You have to be willing to take the risks necessary to get what you want. If you’ve already taken an initial step in the right direction, now’s the time to plan additional steps to keep moving you forward, faster.
Isn’t it a great relief to know that you can make your life what you want it to be? Isn’t it wonderful that your successes do not depend on someone else?
If you need just one thing to do different today, than you did yesterday, make it this:
Commit to taking 100% responsibility for every aspect of your life. Decide to make changes, one step at a time. Once you start the process you’ll discover it's much easier to get what you want by taking control of your thoughts, your visualizations, and your actions!

Jack Canfield, America's #1 Success Coach, is founder of the billion-dollar book brand Chicken Soup for the Soul© and a leading authority on Peak Performance and Life Success. If you're ready to jump-start your life, make more money, and have more fun and joy in all that you do, get your FREE success tips from Jack Canfield now at: http://www.jackcanfield.com/

Monday, January 18, 2010


What is retracing? Retracing means going over ground which has already been covered until the individual reaches the point from which they started. Ex) If you go on a walk past a green, yellow, brown, and tan house, to retrace, you have to walk past the tan, brown, yellow, and green house to get back to the beginning place where you started.

Sometimes symptoms that have not manifested for months or even years will reoccur. People's first impression is that they are getting worse when they are really experiencing a retracing of the several stages through which the disease progressed in the making.

It is as simple as that.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

10 Key Characteristics of Ultra-Successful Chiropractors

  1. A clear foundational philosophy. (tic & care) –the study of existence, the nature of things.

  2. A strong sense of purpose. – the force that drives you, your push, it tells you where you are going.

  3. Consistently positive attitude.

  4. Insatiable passion for what you do. – passion drives your purpose.

  5. High level of certainty. – very critical, most sell a product they aren’t sure they are delivering, which is a greater neurological function, which leads to greater health and well being. We get paid in direct proportion to our certainty.

  6. Fanatical about efficient procedures in the office. Wealth cannot be created without efficiency.

  7. Know how to hire a top notch team. it’s to hard to do on your own. http://www.mytopgrading.com/

  8. Have a well thought out economic model for the practice.

  9. Have to have a plan of financial and money management.

  10. Have a crystal clear vision every day of what you are moving towards.

    Rate each of the 10 characteristics. You must have an 8 or higher in each to achieve ultra-success as a Chiropractor!

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Decide What You Want for Yourself in 2010

In order to get what you want, you must first decide what you want.
Most people really foul up at this crucial first step because they simply can’t see how it’s possible to get what they want — so they don’t even let themselves want it.
What scientists now know about how the brain works is that you must first decide the 'WHAT' before your brain can figure out the 'HOW'.
Once you lock-in your desires, your mind and the universe can step in.
Are you ready to get started?
STEP 1: Decide to Dream BIG and Be Willing to Dream BIG DreamsBig dreams not only inspire you, but they also compel others to want to play big, too. Don’t think you should only dream big during economic heydays. Dream big every day, especially during tough times.
As soon as you commit to a big dream and really go after it, your subconscious creative mind will come up with big ideas to make it happen. You’ll start attracting the people, resources, and opportunities you need into your life to make your dreams come true.
STEP 2: Set Goals That Will Stretch YouAnother value in giving yourself permission to go after the big dreams is that big dreams require you to grow in order to achieve them. In fact, in the long run, this is the greatest benefit you will receive from pursuing your dreams — not so much the outer trappings of fulfilling the dream (an expensive car, impressive house, loads of money and philanthropic opportunities), but who you become in the process.
As I’ve seen many times over, the outer symbols of success can all be easily lost. Houses burn down, companies go bankrupt, relationships end, cars get old, bodies age and fame wanes, but who you are, what you have learned, and the new skills you have developed never go away. These are the true prizes of success.
STEP 3: Service to OthersAs you pinpoint what you want to go after, think about how you can be of service to others. When your dreams include this element, you’ll find yourself speeding along the path to accomplishing that goal. People want to be part of something that makes a difference.
STEP 4: Turn Your Dreams into Goals and ObjectivesOnce you are clear about what you want, you must turn each item into a measurable goal. By measurable, I mean measurable in space and time, how much and by when. Don’t just say that you want to lose weight, for instance. Be specific, push yourself to higher limits, and set dates. Say something like, “I want to lose 50 pounds by summer and participate in my community’s 10K for charity by the 4th of July.”
Similarly, your boss, your friends, your spouse, your brain — God, the Universe — can’t figure out what you want unless you specifically tell them what it is.
What do you want — exactly — and when do you want it by?
Step 5: Write Your Goals DownWrite your goals down in detail, and read your list of goals every day. This will keep your subconscious mind focused on what you want. For an even more powerful approach, close your eyes and focus on each goal and ask yourself, "What is one thing I could do today to move toward the achievement of this goal?" Write down your answers and take those actions.
I recommend writing down a minimum of 3 goals in each of the following 7 areas:
1. Financial Goals2. Career/Business Goals3. Free Time/Family Time 4. Health/Appearance Goals 5. Relationship Goals6. Personal Growth 7. Making a Difference/Contribution
If you want help getting started, I have some handy worksheets and even more guidance for you that models this formula, including examples. Click here to access this FREE Audio Training and Action Guide to start creating all that you deserve in your life!
© 2010 Jack Canfield
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Jack Canfield, America's #1 Success Coach, is founder of the billion-dollar book brand Chicken Soup for the Soul© and a leading authority on Peak Performance and Life Success. If you're ready to jump-start your life, make more money, and have more fun and joy in all that you do, get your FREE success tips from Jack Can field now at: http://www.jackcanfield.com/