This thing called Chiropractic is a wonderful, but confusing profession.
It requires a certain level of wonder and awe at the human body. It requires respect for the design and function of the body’s systems. It requires humility and meekness – knowing our place in the process.
It requires confidence and commitment to the act of the adjustment. Going off half-cocked is not a good thing.
It requires knowledge, wisdom and restraint.
I believe all practitioners of Chiropractic will admit the following:
Chiropractic is the mixture of art and science
that identifies and removes interferences
with the body’s natural God-given abilities to
monitor, balance, harmonize, heal and control itself.
Knowledge to know.
Confidence to do.
Humility to not take credit.
Above all, meekness.