I want to take this opportunity to thank my patients for a successful 2012. Successful in the way that we were able to weather the storm of change in the world of healthcare and, more importantly, successful in that we were able to help so many people feel better and recover from acute, chronic pain and stay well with drug-free, natural chiropractic care.
As I leave for work each morning, I think about all of things that I am grateful for. A purpose in my life is on the top of the list. I am grateful that I chose the career as a chiropractic physician because at the end of each day, I can reflect on the good that my staff and I have accomplished. There is no better feeling than to know that you helped someone live a better quality life.
On numerous occasions, my brother told me, "This is not a practice life." Throughout my life, I've remembered this, and as the years go by, I quietly give thanks that I keep this in mind and understand that this life is not forever. I do try to encourage each and every person I care for to live life to the fullest, to make the most of life and to take care of the body that God has given them.
My hope for the coming year is to continue to provide quality, life-enhancing chiropractic care. I wish all the best for you and your families and wish peace for the world and for your life.
Dr. Nancy Fallon