“Chiropractic Philosophy accounts for a Non-Observable Power that Network Spinal Analysis taps into”
I came across this great article in Insight Magazine titled “Natural Living: Helping Patients Navigate Their Health Journey”
by Richard Ochsmann, DC.
“Do you integrate chiropractic philosophy into your practice skills and management? Do you integrate it into your own health challenges?”
Not all chiropractic students or doctors who know and understand the chiropractic philosophy live by it. Why? Because it’s the more challenging route!! My personal development professor stressed the importance of congruency in one’s practice and I totally get it. This is a fundamental component in achieving success in any field.
Dr. Ochsmann explains that back when the human genome project was first initiated, it was estimated that the human genome would carry as many as 2 million protein-coding genes, based on the fact that the roundworm has 20,000. What was discovered is that the human genome has roughly 20,000 protein coding genes, just like the roundworm.
“The truth is the human genome does not have the storage capacity to hold a blueprint for a human being.”
The human body has 60 trillion to 90 trillion cells and accomplishes billions of chemical reactions every second.
Chiropractic Philosophy posits there is an “Non-Observable Power”
Why is it that the nervous and immune systems are the two most misunderstood systems of the body? Ochsmann says it’s a philosophical reason— the presence of some non-observable power, which has intelligence far beyond any conscious thought. This is the power that chiropractors work with every day.
“Understanding the awesome power with which we work so intimately is essential for all chiropractors.”