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Chicken Soup for the Chi­ro­prac­tic Soul

Most of us are famil­iar with the series of suc­cess­ful books “Chicken Soup for the Soul”. Well, now one more has been added to that group which speaks the truth and suc­cess of chi­ro­prac­tic care. “Chicken Soup for the Chi­ro­prac­tic Soul,” by best-​selling authors Jack Can­field, Mark Vic­tor Hansen and Dr. Fab­rizio Mancini was recently released and is now available.

In a review of the book, Dr. Eric Plasker states, “Inside the pages of this pro­foundly mov­ing book, you will find real life sto­ries of peo­ple who sur­vived and tri­umphed over ill­ness with the help of the chi­ro­prac­tic well­ness model. Among the dozens of incred­i­ble tes­ti­mo­ni­als are sto­ries about new­borns, ath­letes and aver­age cit­i­zens whose lives have been mirac­u­lously changed by the heal­ing touch of chiropractors.”

The book con­tains a series of tes­ti­mo­ni­als from indi­vid­u­als whose lives had been changed by chi­ro­prac­tic. One such notable tes­ti­mo­nial was from Olympic Triathlon Gold medal­ist Dan O’Brien, “I have gone from the depths of despair and fail­ure to the pin­na­cle of ath­letic and per­sonal vic­tory. It’s been a long, some­times anguish­ing, and much-​publicized jour­ney. Through it all, one thing is absolutely cer­tain — if not for chi­ro­prac­tic, I would not have won the gold! ” He went on to say, “I can hon­estly say, in the last five years, it has remark­ably improved my over­all well­ness. I hardly ever get sick and I don’t get headaches. Chi­ro­prac­tic helps in injury pre­ven­tion, and dra­mat­i­cally improves recov­ery — which is cru­cial, because I’ve found that the body can­not heal itself if it’s not in alignment”

Other sto­ries in the book include a Viet­nam vet­eran and for­mer POW who wins the state golf tour­na­ment for amputees after years away from the game, a man with­out hope regains lost vision, an “infer­tile” woman who gives birth to a healthy baby girl and a child freed from migraines grows up to help oth­ers with the same problem.

Dr. Fab­rizio Mancini, one of the co-​authors of the book sums up the book by say­ing. “As you begin to read Chicken Soup for the Chi­ro­prac­tic Soul we hope that you will be inspired and moved by the heart warm­ing sto­ries of peo­ple like your­self who have cho­sen chi­ro­prac­tic for a holis­tic approach to heal­ing, pain relief, and life­long well­ness. Many of the sto­ries will sound mirac­u­lous to you — and to those who expe­ri­enced them, they were indeed mir­a­cles. But once you under­stand the under­ly­ing phi­los­o­phy of chi­ro­prac­tic they are not really mirac­u­lous at all; they are just the results of the body’s innate heal­ing power being released to do its work.”

The book is avail­able and can be ordered online at: https://​www​.park​ercc​.edu/​c​h​i​c​k​e​n​s​o​u​p​/​o​r​d​e​r​.​a​s​p.

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