You’ve heard the term “self-care”. The current definition of self-care is the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one’s health. Certainly, the chiropractic care you have chosen falls within that definition. As a chiropractor, I have a lot of respect for people that have chosen an alternative route for physical improvement. But, we all know that health goes beyond the physical – add in the social, the emotional, the intellectual and the spiritual self. If any one of those areas of your life is overwhelmed– so are you. It is crucial to at least be aware of all these different facets of self.
With that said, you may have noticed I have scaled back my schedule. Why? Certainly I am aware of the five aforementioned principles. Beyond that, I am pretty good at listening to the vast experiences that walk into the office. And what I hear is, “When are you gonna slow down a little, Doc?” The answer to that is now – and thank you for the input! I have scaled back my schedule, but I’ll still be in the office four days per week.
So, if you are not currently on a paid care plan in this office, please call the office as soon as you realize you will need an appointment so we can get you scheduled and serve you effectively.
Back to self-care for a thought I’ve shared with almost all of you at some point— You are Your best and most effective doctor.
Make a commitment to your health today.
Stay well adjusted,
Dr. Dan Kammer