Why did you Become a Chiropractor?
I had finished up all of my pre-med requirements.
I’ve even taken my MCATs and was ready to start medical school at The University of North Dakota in Grand Forks then realized I needed to take a year off.
I realized throughout this process that I thought I wanted to be a doctor, but I saw a cycle of patients coming in and leaving unhappy and unhealthy taking more and more prescriptions.
I saw this trend continue in every department and with every age group and I realized very quickly, this is not what I wanted to do with my life.
When I went in for my chiropractic adjustment one day I realized, I was instantly healthier healing, better feeling, better, happier.
My mood had changed.
Something had been given back to me allowing my body to heal naturally without a chemical to overload it.
It was at that moment that I realized, “Oh my gosh! I spent all of this time studying for something.”
But spending all this time studying to become a chiropractor, someone who could restore a person’s ability to heal and repair and be healthy.
I trained so that when my patients walk out the door, they had better leave, feeling healthier, happier, and ready to take on your day and ready to do whatever it was they were going to do, but better.
That’s why I’ve become a chiropractor and why I love my job and I love my clients and I love my environment every single day.