I don’t know about where you live, but in our state, the healthcare system isn’t working that great.
I know because I hear this every. Single. Day. From my patients.
They’re frustrated (and so am I, both as a patient trying to navigate the system, and as healthcare practitioner) with short doctor’s visits with quick in-and-out appointments. Long waits to get into see doctors. Not enough specialists, or even primary doctors. Very little, if any, communication between healthcare practitioners to coordinate care. And then insurance dictates who, what, when and where care is given.
My answer to that is this:
Make your own rules with your healthcare.
YOU get to decide how you want to be treated.
With my 20+ years of experience as a Chiropractor, I’ve worked with almost every kind of healthcare pracitioner. I know how to read radiology reports. I know how to read blood work. I know how to help my patients match up with the resources to further them along their health journey. I know how to interpret medical reports that can be confusing, overwhelming and that leaves my patients with feelings of hopelessness and without direction.
- That’s where I come in. I can help you navigate, with a holistic approach, your healthcare.
- I help educate you on where you can go with the information (or lack of) you’ve got in front of you. What next steps to take (or not).
- I help you make sense of your blood work, radiology reports, and doctor’s notes.
- I help you create a lifestyle plan. One that initiates or helps you along the way, to support healthy eating, moving, sleeping and supplement intake.
I personally, do better in life when I have someone keeping me on track and inspired every week. I stay committed to my goals. I receive the inspiration from someone who’s in my corner and make sure that I’m successful.
I would love to be THAT person for you!
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