“Prior to starting Whole Family I was feeling like I was dying. My nutrition was horrible in that I had no appetite. My sleep was terrible because I had a tremendous amount of pain – almost throughout my entire body. It was the result of a bad fall I had several years earlier, when I landed on my neck. It felt like I broke my neck.
Because I am me I didn’t get health care at the time. Because pain is relatively invisible, I didn’t get a lot of support for it.
After doing very effective Chinese medicine – herbs and acupuncture – I had gotten to a certain point and needed something more. I knew traditional chiropractic wasn’t going to cut it. I used to work in a chiropractic office, so I’m very familiar with it.
So when I came here, at the urging of my friend Jane (who couldn’t describe it, but loved it), everything changed. I started to get well.
Now I feel like I’m on the verge of thriving. Considering how I felt when I came in (when I started there were times when I couldn’t even make the appointment because I was in too much pain to drive), now I’m very optimistic.
After I was able to get some relief, I could start digging deeper. Now I can sleep, I can eat, I can get in and out of an Epsom salt bathtub while feeling safe. Even my weight has stabilized.
When realized it was going to help it was like a new day. I knew it was going to be a lot of work and a real time commitment since I live near Stillwater. But it’s always been worth it.
This type of chiropractic care is completely different. It’s like comparing apple juice to orange juice as far as chiropractic care. It’s really whole body chiropractic…inside and out…the nerves, the mood, the bones, the whole thing. It’s the whole package. Definitely different than my experience with traditional chiropractic, which has its place, but is just about the bones.
The most special part of Whole Family Chiropractic is the vibe, the feel, and the little babies. I see people of all ages, all walks, coming in and everybody is treated well, happy to be here, and happy when they leave. And you can feel it!”
~Susan Z. – WFC Practice Member