The Well-Adjusted Soul: Feel-Good Stories from the Heart of Chiropractic (Paperback)


Well Adjusted Soul (Paperback Book)


The Well-Adjusted Soul: Feel-Good Stories from the Heart of Chiropractic (Paperback)

by Fabrizio Mancini, DC, Co-author, Chicken Soup for the Chiropractic Soul
Gilles A. LaMarche, DC, Co-author, Chiropractic from the Heart
Donald M. Dible, MS, Series Editor

The Natural Approach to Optimal Health and Radiant Wellness!

Millions of people every year experience the benefits of Chiropractic’s natural approach to health and well-being. Science has shown that the human body is designed to function optimally, self regulate, and heal. This is the premise that Chiropractic adopted since its inception as a healthcare discipline in 1895.

In The Well-Adjusted Soul, you will read real-life testimonials from those that have experienced Chiropractic first-hand-people who suffered and found no one to help them; people with serious health challenges and without hope until they discovered the wonderful effects of Chiropractic care. These people come from all walks of life: real people, sick and suffering, who share their journeys of health and recovery. Many had no idea what Chiropractic might bring to their lives, and most consulted a chiropractor as a last resort.

Chiropractic is a healthcare option that you may not yet have considered for your own wellbeing. Read these wonderful stories and discover what may be available for you and your loved ones. Know that we chiropractors are available to answer your questions, discuss the health challenges you may be experiencing, offer possible solutions, and provide hope for your health. Call a chiropractor today to schedule your initial consultation. We are here to serve you and your family.

Inside this book, Chiropractic stories by or about: C. B. Griffith, Author, The Little Shop of Horrors /// Graham Kerr, Celebrity TV Chef, The Galloping Gourmet /// Terry Schroeder, DC, Head Coach and Official Chiropractor, U.S. Olympic Men’s Water Polo Team /// Arno Burnier, DC, Café of Life /// James L. Chestnut, DC, President and Head of R&D and Product Development, Innate Choice Inc. /// Gerard W. Clum, DC, President, Life Chiropractic College West /// John F. Demartini, DC, Founder, The Demartini Institute /// Billy DeMoss, DC, Founder, The Dead Chiropractic Society /// Joe Dispenza, DC, President and Founder, Encephalon, LLC /// Monte H. Greenawalt, DC, Founder, Foot Levelers, Inc. /// Gilles A. LaMarche, DC, Vice President, Parker College of Chiropractic /// Fabrizio Mancini, DC, President, Parker College of Chiropractic /// James P. Powell, DC, Consultant, Standard Process /// Jim Sigafoose, DC, Sigafoose Seminars /// Frank Sovinsky, DC, DCMentors /// and more!

“If you have been reluctant to personally try the benefits of Chiropractic, or if you know someone whose health you believe could be improved with this care, I urge you to read The Well-Adjusted Soul and then pass it on.”
From the Introduction by Jack Canfield, Co-creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul®

“These deeply-moving, patient-friendly stories reminded me once again of why I chose Chiropractic as my life’s work. Every Chiropractic patient should have a copy of The Well-Adjusted Soul so they can tell their friends about the wonders of this amazing healing art.”
Front cover review by Patrick Gentempo, Jr., DC, Cofounder and CEO, Creating Wellness Alliance

Partial Table of Contents:

Introduction by Jack Canfield, Co-creator, Chicken Soup for the Soul®
Foreword by James L. Chestnut, BEd, MSc, DC, CCWP

Chapter 1. The Healing Power of Chiropractic: “Tack Room Adjustment” by Joe Dispenza, DC /// “A Mother’s Story” by Polly Camp Kreitz, mother of Gerald R. Kreitz, DC /// “Release from an Emotional Prison” by Frank Sovinsky, DC /// “The Wiggles” by Cody J. Masek, DC /// “It Wasn’t the Flu” by Richard J. Parenti, DC

Chapter 2. Paths to Chiropractic: “Breath of Life” by Andrew P. Hatch, DC /// “Another Chance at Life” by Leigh Frisbee Lenz, DC /// “Crohn’s Disease? Not Here!” by Brian O. Burns, DC /// “From Nun to Chiropractor” by Barbara V. Thomas, DC /// “Path to Chiropractic” by William Charles Hollensed, DC /// “A Handshake, a Hug, and a Very Special Adjustment” by Gerard W. Clum, DC

Chapter 3. Proud to Serve the Profession: “The Day I’ll Never Forget” by William C. Remling, DC /// “The Proudest Day of My Life” by Nema Rahmany, DC /// “Touching Hearts and Minds” by Anastasia Line, mother of Mikaela Line, a patient of Claudia Anrig, DC /// “My Solemn Promise: I Will Try!” by Eric Russell, DC /// “The Autistic Bicyclist” by Lisa Speaks and Kirtland J. Speaks, DC /// “Sacred Mission” by Lori L. Krauss, DC

Chapter 4. Birth Trauma: “Hospital Rounds” by Tedd Koren, DC /// “Chiropractic Saves Lives” by Chris W. Burfield, father of Baleigh Burfield, a patient of Christine Hyman, DC /// “Failure to Thrive” by John G. Watson, DC /// “Little Baby Nolan” by Rose Lepien, DC /// “A Strong Right Arm” by William C. Werner, DC /// “The Jamie Clark Story” by Arno Burnier, DC

Chapter 5. Pediatric Wellness: “In Search of La Bella Vita (The Beautiful Life)” by Jessica-Crocker Idone, mother of Isabella Idone, a patient of David Covey, DC /// “Happiness Is a Little Heart” by Martin Furlong, DC /// “Bright-Eyed, Sleepy Baby” by Dave Jensen, DC /// “I Love You Mommy” by Susan D. Boerchers, mother of Zachary Boerchers, a patient of Gregory R. Salmond, DC /// “Good Tidings from Singapore” by Po Yin Chan, mother of a baby-girl patient of Curry Y. L. Wong, DC

Chapter 6. Coping with Life’s Challenges: “Precious Julia” by Elisabeth Wiebe, mother of Julia Wiebe, a patient of Ryan French, DC /// “Blair’s New Report Card” by David B. Neubauer, DC /// “Daddy, Daddy, I Love You!” by David Singer, DC /// “Watch the Miracles” by Peter W. Kfoury, DC /// “The Asthmatic Weatherman” by Leslie Kasanoff, DC

Chapter 7. Recovering Sight and Hearing: “Blind at Birth” by Laura S. Hattier, a patient of Donald G. Hattier, DC /// “Legible Handwriting and a Whole Lot More” by Carolyn Paletta, mother of Stephen Paletta, a patient of Trevor Van Wyk, DC /// “A Life-Changing Event!” by Marsha Zack, CLTC, Mother of Eric Zack, a patient of David Spear, PhD, DC and Melody Spear, DC /// “Amazing Side Effect” by Bill E. Hannouche, DC /// “I Can See Clearly Now!” by Sheila Jackson, a patient of B. J. Hardick, DC /// “Can You Hear Me Now?” by Tom Potisk, DC

Chapter 8. Patient Comeback Stories: “I Just Want to Walk Again!” by John F. Demartini, DC /// “Firefighter: Every Kid’s Dream” by David Dinobile, a patient of Edward Caputo, DC and Judith Gallagher, DC /// “The Circle of Wellness: Rodney’s Story” by Daniel F. Lavanga, DC /// “Margaret’s Story” by Tracy Kennedy-Shanks, DC /// “No Work, No Play, and Too Many Trips to the Bathroom” by Ralph Johnson, a patient of Jim Sigafoose, DC

Chapter 9. I Got My Life Back! “The Hidden Power of a Chiropractic Adjustment” by Fabrizio Mancini, DC /// “No More Migraines!” by Sandy Jacobs, a patient of Brad Pennington, DC /// “How I Discovered True Wellness” by Brandi MacDonald /// “Disappearing Psoriasis” by Annick Fecteau, a patient of Renée Dallaire, DC /// “Adult Onset Puberty” by Dorrin B. Rosenfeld, DC

Chapter 10. Surgery? Just Say No! “Chiropractic Saved My Life” by Gilles A. LaMarche, DC /// “Zzzzzzzzzzzzz!” by Jennifer Smith, mother of Zachary Smith, a patient of T. D. Wilson, DC /// “How I Avoided Neck Surgery” by Lori Dahl, a patient of Billy DeMoss, DC /// “The Boy Who Touched My Heart” by Catherine Maloof, DC /// “Scary Story with a Happy Ending” by James P. Powell, DC

Chapter 11. Chiropractic and Sports: “Teddi’s New ‘Favorite Thing to Do’ ” by Sandi Rosier, LMT, MTI, mother of Teddi Rosier, a patient of Carrie Ann Gallagher, DC /// “One-Hundred and Twenty-Six Days” by Thomas L. Kroeger, II, a patient of Donna Cantalupo, DC /// “Beijing 2008 and the Well-Adjusted Team” by Terry A. Schroeder, DC /// “Passion for Speed!” by Joshua J. Wood, a quadriplegic patient of Simon Floreani, DC, Story Technical Advisor

Chapter 12. Chiropractic Tributes: “A Memory That Will Last a Lifetime” by Michael W. Hall, DC /// “Paying Tribute to a Hero” by Steven J. Pollack, DC /// “Bon Appétit” by Ray Pope, DC /// “Lesley’s Story” by Christie MacDonald, DC /// “My Father: The Chiropractor Who Helped Millions” by Kent Greenawalt

Chapter 13. The Golden Years: “The Healing of Three Generations” by Erik H. Norslien, DC /// “Chiropractic First, Not Last” by Alan B. Carnathan, DC /// “Mrs. Nasty becomes Mrs. Nice” by George B. Donnelly, DC /// “Adam’s Apple: Front-and-Center” by Michael G. Staffen, DC /// “Emma’s High-Flying Adjustment” by Carol LeBlanc, DC /// “Horrors: Begone!” by Jeffrey Ptak, DC

Chapter 14. A Chiropractic Menagerie: “A Life-or-Death Adjustment” by Gene F. Giggleman, DVM /// “The Cat Who Ate My Patient” by Tedd Koren, DC /// “White Dandelion Puffs” by Cindy Conway, DC /// “She Was a One-Eyed Possum with a Crooked Smile” by Susan W. Grey, MD /// “Our ‘Endeering’ Experience” by Jeanne Ohm, DC /// “Celebrate the Sky” by Julie Kaufman, DC


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