There is a law at work in every human body (innate intelligence), that if we are functioning according to the way we were designed, our tendency is to be well. If we are sick, we must simply get the body back to functioning within the confines of the law so that we can be well again. If we are functioning poorly, then the body is working outside of that law, disaster and disease are inevitable. Subluxations (Subluxation is a dislocation in which the bones of a joint have shifted against each other) interfere with the natural functions of the human body. Today’s subluxations are tomorrow’s disease.
My philosophy is to help my patients to help themselves. I believe in the holistic approach that takes into account all aspects of the musculoskeletal system. I also look at lifestyle choices, diet, and mind processing as these too affect our health.
My motto is that it is in your power to get healthy, stay healthy, and feel great. You just have to be shown how. Eat better, exercise better, recover better, work better, and think better for good health. Lifestyle factors like exercise, ergonomics, posture, and diet are an integral part of my approach.
These tools work with your physiology NOT against your physiology. Similar to how other holistic disciplines such as homeopathy, naturopathy and meditation work with the human body, so do the basic principles of the musculoskeletal system. A healthy lifestyle together with our state of consciousness are the most important basic building blocks of our health and well-being, which have a decisive influence on inner satisfaction and vitality.
Modern life can be stressful - living with increasing expectations and ever increasing demands. It has never been more important to take care of our well-being. Our natural state is a state of aliveness and our potential is unlimited. My approach is based on this basic understanding. I work with people to function optimally - to reconnect and find health, balance and happiness.
The definition of holistic refers to the idea that things should be studied as a whole, not just the sum of their parts. An example of holism is health care, which focuses on the health of the entire body and mind, not just body parts.