ChiroPure is a family focused, inclusive membership practice. We provide regular chiropractic care for infants, children, and adults using affordable monthly membership plans.

Like anything that is good for you such as diet, exercise, and quality sleep, you gain the greatest benefit of regular chiropractic care when you use it on a consistent and regular basis.

People like a quick, fix-it-and-be-done approach to everything. It sometimes blows my mind that people still think this way; that people still think that this approach will work, even though time and time again, we are show that this is not how life works.

I’m not just talking about health and your body either. Quick fixes don’t work for anything. It may seem like it’s working in the short term, but I can’t think of a time when it has worked for the long term.

We wanted our crops to grow faster and bigger, so we introduced a chemical sh*t-storm to the mix. Short term we got what we were after, long term we have been seeing the negative consequences, of which there are many.

You have a pipe burst a small leak in your house. The quick fix could be to duct tape the tiny hole. Works now, but it won’t for long.

You have a reunion coming up and want to lost 15lbs for it, so you do a crazy detox diet where you only consume liquids and diarrhea pills while smashing an hour plus of cardio every day. You reach your weight, but the second that event is over the weight comes creeping back on (and you likely end up gaining more than before you did the crazy cut).

Your kid forgot to tell you they have a big project due tomorrow, and they need a giant white board for it. It’s 7pm, but you run out to Wall-Mart and get the supplies for them, and then proceed to do 50% or more of the work so they can finish it in time. They get a good grade on the project, but they learn that they don’t have to be responsible, and that mommy will save them.

I could go on and on all day, but you get the point. Quick fixes do not work. They are not a good long-term plan, and if you are a smart, responsible person, you think about the long-term when you make decisions. Know that every decision you make has consequences for your future self; positive or negative.

It’s funny because I feel like everyone knows this, and agrees with it, but they don’t act that way. I would be hard pressed to find a person that says quick fixes work, so why do we act as though they do? Actions speak louder than words, right? Where in the disconnect in this happening? Why do humans do this? I suppose that’s a question for a sociologist, psychologist, or some other profession… I wish I knew because it baffles me at times.

I know I was once like this, and I may still have some things that creep in that are in the quick fix mindset. I’ve had to teach myself to slow down and analyze things more. Don’t just take everything you see or hear at face value. Think about it. Have an internal value system that helps you question ideas, and come to congruent conclusions about them.

Chiropractic gave me that internal value system; a philosophy by which to base all my life decisions off of. If that sounds crazy, then you are one of the majority of people that don’t understand what chiropractic is. It’s not about quick fixes for back and neck pain; it’s not about pain or fixing problems at all.

I’ve built an incredible practice built around the philosophy and principles of chiropractic. My passion is sharing this beautiful philosophy with others. As stated in the beginning of this post:

ChiroPure is a family focused, inclusive membership practice. We provide regular chiropractic care for infants, children, and adults using affordable monthly membership plans.

Like anything that is good for you such as diet, exercise, and quality sleep, you gain the greatest benefit of regular chiropractic care when you use it on a consistent and regular basis.

This place is set up so entire families can reap the benefits of regular chiropractic care for a lifetime. Check it out, see what you’ve been missing out on. You have nothing to lose.

Until next week,

Dr. Jen