"Some people would rather die, diagnosed, than get well, undiagnosed." Fred Barge, D.C.
What does this mean?
Amongst people who are seriously and chronically ill, who don't fit in the usual, neat medical categories, they tend to get lost in tests. An unending series of tests, from one specialist to the other. When I offer my help, they often respond, "I just have to know what's going on." really?
In Chiropractic, we do not diagnose, nor do we treat. We look to the cause, Vertebral Subluxation, and correct that cause, allowing the body to heal itself. The body, unhindered, will diagnose and treat.
A body with a freer nervous system will tend to be healthier. Simple. Without diagnosis.
What do you think?
Don Harte, D.C.
Corte Madera Straight Chiropractor
Liberator of Innate
Friday, January 28, 2011
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