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Health Care Responsibility

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Some folks feel that because they have paid their health insurance premiums, they are entitled to “health” that their insurance will pay for.  They will not be pro-active in taking care of their health because that’s what they are paying their insurance for-if and when they have a crisis situation, they are “entitled” to having the insurance pay for them to get “better”.  These folks eat junk, don’t exercise, and overindulge in those things that have been scientifically proven to be detrimental to their health (cigarettes, alcohol, sugar, etc.), And of concern to us, these folks chose not to have their spine checked for subluxations that are choking the life energy from them.

These folks are re-active rather than pro-active:  they react when they have pain and then expect all to be better with drugs or surgery (which they are entitled to because they have paid their premiums and their insurance will pay).

These people need to wake up and realize that no government, insurance company or even doctor is responsible for their health!  They are!

It is true that you are entitled to one thing-making the right choices about how you treat your body. You have been given a great gift-take care of it! and have your spine checked for interferences to your body’s proper functioning.


Author: George's Chiropractic Health Center

We believe that health is among our most valuable possessions and our approach to health is simple. Provide the benefits of good health and better quality of life through Chiropractic care to all, in an ethical, moral, and professional environment.

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