Importance of Philosophy

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Without the philosophy you become frustrated at not getting sick people well and begin mixing.. Still frustrated, more mixing until you decide getting sick people well is not important-making money is or you become medicine… then you are really frustrated.

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  1. Steve 09/25/2013, 7:04 pm:

    Reminds one of the old saying, If you don’t stand for something you will fall for anything.

  2. RichieBDC 09/25/2013, 7:29 pm:

    Without our philosophy I would just be spinning my wheels. What would the point be to be a chiropractor you would want to expand your scope so you could do more…..which in reality is a frustrating business….with an enormous amount of stress, responsibility, fear, and expense. I’ll stay w/OSC. (1 man show=no employees)

  3. Bryson 09/26/2013, 3:50 pm:

    By understanding and implementing our philosophy we see that chiropractic is for everyone – and is needed by everyone. Without the philosophy manipulating the spine (I won’t call that chiropractic) becomes a “treatment” for certain conditions.

    • Claude Lessard 09/27/2013, 4:18 pm:

      It’s ALWAYS about the WHO, is it not? –

      – The chiropractor, WHO is choosing to practice the chiropractic objective lives with freedom. The chiropractor WHO is choosing to get sick people well, or just make money, or be a pseudo physician, as practice objective, lives with frustration. –

      – The question is: WHO are YOU choosing to BE? 😉

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