Password Incorrect

"The problem with quotes taken from the internet is that you can never be certain that they are authentic."
~ Abraham Lincoln

That’s a great quote above. I also like making my password “incorrect” - so when I forget, my computer will say, “your password is incorrect."

Haha... if you’ve been in the office in the last six weeks you have been “forced” to sign in on a computer tablet. Again, thank you for doing so. It only takes a couple of minutes and it gives you a chance to think through what is going on with your body.

Honestly, it’s almost impossible to accurately describe pain - especially spinal related pains or headaches. I remind patients a lot that the pain they feel is IN them, not ON them. Or, better yet, the pain is positional only – which can go from a 0 to a 10 in an instant, then back to 0. OR, the toughest one of all – “Doc, it’s numb, but it hurts too, can that happen?” Yes, I’m afraid so. So, when signing in, do the best that you can and we’ll be happy to help you.

Technology has entered this office, but it will not change the care that you receive here– straight, hands-on chiropractic with a dose of soft tissue work.  I try to keep my scope of care fairly narrow, the science of chiropractic coupled with the feel to determine what, where and how to manipulate your body towards improvement and functionality. Certainly I could hook you up to machines and sell you supplements, elixirs, and  potions, but it’s simply not my style.  As to what I do as a chiropractor, just like you describing your pain when you sign in, it's almost impossible to put into words. But, I’ll do the best that I can.

Make a commitment to your health today.

Stay well adjusted,

Dr. Dan Kammer