Comparisons between the inner world and the outer world have been frequently drawn by philosophers, nature writers, and visual artists. For example, "seeing the universe in a grain of sand" is a w ...View Article
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Dr. Todd E. Fare
I am a Father, Husband and Chiropractor. There was a time in my life when I told people that Chiropractic was an occupation and not who I was just what I did for a living. As it turns out, Chiropractic is a way of life and a Chiropractor is who I have become. It is not separate from my life at home as the two are one and the same. The understanding that the human body has an innate ability to thrive if we live a lifestyle that is consistent with how our body is designed. This leads to a life that allows us to pursue our goals unencumbered by pain, suffering and illness. A life that can serve as a gift to our children and an example to others about how to live well. My personal goal in Life is to have the greatest impact on the greatest number of people possible. Sometimes this is alleviating pain. Other times it can be helping someone lose weight, learn to exercise or sit at a work station properly. Still other times it can be opening a door for someone, offering a cheerful "hello" to a stranger or being a good listener for a patient experiencing the loss of a loved one. All of which are important, even the ones that I don't receive any financial benefit. The practice of any healing art should focus on serving others. A life of service to others is a natural progression of the practice of our art. Imagine a world where people stopped living as if the world revolved around them and started living as a part of a world community each of us trying to leave it better than it was when we were here.
Office Manager: Lynne G. Fare, MS, BSN, RNCS
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