Passive vs Active Healing

“The patient should be made to understand that he or she must take charge of his or her own life.  Don’t take your body to the doctor as if it were a repair shop.” Quentin Regestein- US Psychiatrist

True! Yet the practitioner must be an example of healthy living and be able to coach clients who are willing to create a healthy life.  This goes back to a persons individual responsibility in the 6 essentials of life – eat, drink, breath, rest, exercise, & think.

We as B.E.S.T. Practitioners have the means to monitor your choices, evaluate these choices and give you immediate feedback which leads to confidence and accountability.

Without accountability and a means to evaluate our choices we lack true discernment. Which leads us to the same old same old: dis-ease, symptoms, suffering and disease as a result of poor choices from a victim perspective instead of a stewardship perspective of gratitude.

In Health & Service,

Dr. Roland F. Phillips Jr., BA, BS, D.C.