Philosophy & Purpose
The human body is a self-healing, self-regulating organism. Our bodies are designed to heal and regenerate without any need for man-made intervention. D.D. Palmer said, “Chiropractic reunites man the physical with man the spiritual.” The nervous system is the electrical go-between between spirit and flesh. Thoughts — which are ethereal — begin in the mind — which is more than just a grouping of gray cells in your cranium — and empowers the body.
The choices you make determine the kind of life you life. It is the why. Why you do what you do — how you have determined to spend your time on this planet — that is philosophy. Your philosophy leads you to your purpose. Your purpose sets you apart — the difference between a fulfilled and an unfulfilled life. Your purpose is what gets you up in the morning.
My purpose is to help people have a better quality of life and a longer life.
Chiropractic is more than just pain relief or symptom relief. Chiropractic is about helping a grandma get down on the floor to play with her grandkids. Chiropractic is about helping a dad — who is working 50 hours a week — still have the energy to play with his kids. Chiropractic is about helping a mom not be grumpy because her head hasn’t been hurting for 16 days straight! Yes, all those people have symptoms, but my purpose? How can I help them live a better quality of life?
Chiropractic is not just to fix a hurt knee.
Chiropractic is not just to get a headache to quit.
Chiropractic, for me, is to engage and help, to connect emotionally. It’s trust and connection, looking for beyond superficial results. It is giving something that means something.
An initial consultation is to help people know I am on their side — that I want what they want! No pain, plenty of energy, a positive mental outlook, and a purpose to make a difference on this planet. That is my tribe and we fill this place with people with purpose.
— Dr. Bo