A chat with Dr Adam from Love Chiropractic

October 26th, 2021

Is anyone else having a challenging start to the week or is it just me? Things could be worse, but it is never a good thing when you begin your week by dropping your iPad and shattering your screen. Since I need this for work, I spent the evening upgrading my technology.  Thankfully, I have a business emergency fund set up, so it was just a matter of making the trip to a short-staffed tech store and making the purchase.

I thought it would be beneficial to interview a chiropractor to wrap up this month’s blog. I just so happen to work with 2 awesome chiropractors, and Dr Adam was gracious enough to answer more questions for me. If you have additional questions for Dr Adam or Dr Robyn, please visit their website, www.lovechiropractickc.com.

Q:  What made you want to be a chiropractor?

A: Dr Adam – Participating in varying sports throughout my adolescence I was always intrigued with the healthcare side of athletics. Chiropractic offered a more conservative approach when it came to sports induced injuries which I appreciated.


Q:  What made you want to start your own business?

A:  Starting your own practice is not an easy endeavor, but one that I knew would allow myself to practice in a way that I believe would provide my patients with the best possible care.

Q:  What is the biggest benefit of chiropractic care, in your opinion?

A:  Providing relief to a multitude of musculoskeletal conditions with conservative care. Allowing patients an alternative of first line care compared to medications and surgical intervention.

Q:  Is chiropractic care right for everyone?

A:  It is dependent on what the individual’s health goals are. Chiropractic care offers a variety of benefits from treating acute conditions to managing chronic conditions to providing wellness care. 

Q:  If someone begins chiropractic care with you, does that mean they will have to see you every week for the rest of their lives?

A:  Of course not. Sadly, this myth is one that we continually have to address in our field. We are here for our patients when they need us, and some may need us more than others, but if we were seeing our patient’s every week for the rest of their lives, we would not be very good at what we do.

I hope you found this post informative. Whether this is the first time reading my blog, or you are a loyal subscriber, Thank you! I am so glad you tuned in this week! Do you have a friend or family member that could benefit from this blog? Tell them to subscribe!

Have a blessed week ~ Lacey

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