By “things natural” what is meant is nothing that is “super natural”. There have been groups that attempted to discredit chiropractic as a faith-based practice. This is not so. Chiropractic works in conjunction with the body with respect to the integrity of the central nervous system.
Our philosophy for patient care is built upon three pillars: Treatment, Time, and Trust.
Dr. Tyler is a practiced and knowledgeable Doctor of Chiropractic. In 2011 he graduated from the Logan College of Chiropractic, the leading school for Chiropractic in the country, with a bachelor’s in Human Biology and his Doctorate in Chiropractic. He came to Logan after a long journey working in the medical field, finally devoting his time to chiropractic. Dr. Tyler’s experience and care is evident in the treatment he administers. An appointment with Dr. Tyler leaves you feeling better, and on the road to recovery.
Your time is valuable. In our fast-paced world, this statement is reinforced more and more every day. At Active Family Chiropractic your time is valuable to us, too. We view every moment that we spend with a patient as a chance to connect with them. Just as the individual parts of a body must all be healthy to keep a person in good health, every person that is a part of our community is important to the overall health of that community. That is why we take the time to know you, foster a relationship with you, and provide for you.
To further this effort, we make our time available to you. We know that most of our patients will have questions about the specifics of chiropractic care, and we know how important it is to have the resources to make informed decisions about personal care. We are committed to providing our time and attention to your care.
For many, a Doctor is someone in a white coat you see every six months. To our patients, Dr. Tyler is an important part of their life and their growth. Dr. Tyler’s treatments and his commitment to his patient’s health is something that many have come to rely on and trust.
This third part of our philosophy is perhaps the most important. Not only is trust a strong base to build community upon, but a strong sense of trust can eliminate stress, anger, and other negative emotions that detract from our general health.