We hear this all the time. In fact, it’s probably one of the most common objections/comments we hear (second to “you saved my life”, of course) (True story, actually.)
If you’re a non-insurance doctor yourself, you’re probably tired of hearing it. If you’re a patient who has sought Functional Medicine care, you’ve probably said it.
I wouldn’t blame either one of you.
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In a word (okay…two words) absolutely NOT.
Yes, I’m a DC (Doctor of Chiropractic) myself. Do I have a vested interest in promoting chiropractic? Not exactly, simply because I don’t do spinal adjusting (all of my work revolves around Functional Medicine, a very high-end neuro-metabolic approach to chronic conditions, endocrine issues, blood sugar problems, fatigue, autoimmune disorders, you name it, that relies mostly on scientific lab testing to identify the physiological imbalances and give a starting point in terms of helping improve those issues). Yes, it’s true: not every DC touches the spine. No, we’re not being sacrilegious or wasting our chiropractic degree; we’re just choosing to utilize different parts of our education and develop a different skillset.
So anyway…am I biased? Maybe. Do I still have a valid opinion? Yep.
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