A good friend of mine was sharing with me a story about his shoes, and it literally shifted how I do certain things in my office.

He shared was experience working in the restaurant industry, where he would be walking for miles a day, and at the end of the day, his feet would be ache, which he attributed to walking for too long.

After a while, when he started to experience more pain and issues in his feet, he started to get plantar fasciitis, and even issues started to go into his knees.

He’d cling to his hip.

Then he started to experience pain and symptoms in his lower back, so they figured I’d better go do something about this.

Before he went in for his appointment, he was actually sharing the story and experience with some of his friends.

One of his friends, who was a runner, asked a question and said, “Well, what kind of shoes are you wearing? I mean, you’re walking for all these miles every day. Do you have proper support?”

Up until that point, he had no thought into the different types of shoes he was wearing because his mindset around his shoes was, “I’m not going to spend that much money on my shoes, because they’re going to get dirty at the end of the day, and I don’t want to spend a lot of money on a pair of shoes that I’m not even going to be able to wear.”

Eventually, his friend was able to convince him to go down to the shoe store and get him an actual, good quality pair of shoes that gave him the support that he needs so he can make it throughout the day without all the aches and pains.

Because of that one question that his friend asked, within about a week of wearing the new shoes, the pain in his feet were gone, the pain in his hips were gone, and he no longer even had a trace of that lower back pain.

So what does this guy story have anything to do with how we switch things up in the office?

Well, one of the most important things that his friend did was ask him a question.

That’s one of the most important things that we do for people before they ever come into the office — actually ask some questions to make sure that what we do is going to be the best fit for you.

We hop on a 15 minute phone consultation to discuss, one, what you’re struggling with, two, what you’ve tried so far, and three, what are you actually looking for?

There’s some people that are looking for a short term fix, and that’s not what we do in the office.

What we do is we actually help them find out what’s at the root cause of the health issues they’re struggling with.

We provide a long-term solution to help them get well, so they can live life at their full potential.

I’m Dr. Drew Vercellino with the Specific Chiropractic Centers.

If you’ve been struggling with a chronic issue, like migraines, headaches, vertigo, or chronic neck pain, and you’ve been struggling to find a solution, and you want to talk to someone before you make a commitment to come in….

Let’s hop on a phone call and discuss what’s going on with you.

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