After years of consulting Chiropractors, I decided to write a book of my experiences so that a Graduate from Chiropractic College wouldn’t fall prey to the common mistakes of opening a practice. I knew what mistakes they would make and how to avoid them. Once the book was written I realized that an old time Chiropractor, if he was struggling in practice, would also benefit from knowing the 21 Traits to Becoming a Master, and thus the title of the book. The other point I wanted to ensure was contained in the book was Chiropractic Philosophy because it seemed that over the years education in the History and Philosophy had dropped out from the curriculums or minimized.
T.F. Ratledge, D.C. said it best: “People live by their philosophies of life. Without a philosophy, no one has an adequate basis for arriving at conclusions as to what should be the procedure in the problems of life. The person who understands the philosophy of chiropractic has no limits at all upon what he may do, except in his ability to apply the principles of chiropractic to the circumstances. Without the philosophy of chiropractic, one would not come to the conclusion that vertebral adjustment is necessary. Few chiropractors ever reason out the science of chiropractic unless they get fundamental philosophy in their early study of the subject and, therefore, they cannot apply the principles in practice.”
The Graduate and the Master contains more than enough inspiration to bring you out of whatever is holding you back from succeeding in practice. You can go to my website at www.expandingpractice.com and click on the Products tab and then the Books tab for a fuller description and a look at the Table of Contents.
Paul Turnbull Cell: (727) 643-8376 Office: (727) 445-7842