Welcome back to the second biggest podcast in the Pacific Northwest behind only The Sasquatch Hunters, for part 2 of our interview with Drs. Kyle, Tiffany and Cody, Co-Founders of Life Force Chiropractic in Vancouver, WA.
On this episode, we learn how their Midwestern mentality and a little small town feel, combined with a near death experience, has defined their practice and has led them down a path of service to their community and striving for improved health and wellness for all.
In this episode:
- Despite 17 other Chiropractors in the same zip code, for Life Force, it's never been about competition, rather about reaching more people.
- If people are getting the help they need to heal and adapt, that's what's most important.
- Life Force knows what defines their practice, and they will attract the patients that resonate with what they're doing and others will resonate with other chiropractors in the area.
- It's a very selfless profession and it's not about what can they get out of the community but rather what can they put into the community
- If they can get more people under chiropractic care who need it, whether with with Life Force or another practice, the important thing is realizing that a healthier society creates happier world.
- People pass judgement on others before knowing the full story or before even listening to the story; we need to learn not to condemn someone because they are not where you're at.
- Respect your neighbor, and understand that people make decisions based on their own experiences.
- Life Force has heard more suicide stories since the pandemic started than the previous three years in business.
- To combat the mental health crisis in this country, we have to have more public conversations in order to make these topics more normal.
- Control what you can control; there's a handful of things that you get to make decisions on, focus on those and give the rest away.
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