I love what I do.  How could I not?  Everyday, I get to help improve the lives of  fellow human beings and make a positive impact on the world as a whole.  Yes, there are crappy days. Yes, we have those demanding, pushy patients.  And, yes, it’s not all roses and smiles everyday.  But, it’s that one child that no longer has to take an inhaler because of a chiropractic adjustment.  Or, that one patient in extreme pain who feels like they got their life back.  Or, that dad whose digestive issues “magically” went away after being adjusted and some simple nutritional counseling.  It’s those patients who say “Thank you for all you do” and are truly appreciative for the services we provide. Those are what make my day. 

I am resolved to start my day being thankful for what God has given me to do and then do it to the best of my ability. Every patient that leaves being a little more educated about chiropractic and whole-food nutrition, not to mention feeling better, will likely tell someone else, if nothing else be more pleasant to be around. Think how that impacts society.  I’d hate to think what kind of world we would live in without chiropractors. Um, shouldn’t there be more doctors doing what we do? Less drugs, less surgery, no need for universal healthcare! 
Ahh, heaven!