- Britanny Balke
My lower back has straightened out quite nicely, and my neck is slowly getting better too. I don’t get sinus infections as often either. Far less back pain than I had before back pain that kept me quite frequently from my work and from doing what I love. I love the staff here too.
“I’m looking forward to all you can offer me and my family, my prayers are with you all every day, from my heart to yours.”
“Healing is a journey and Dr. Danny and Dr. Richelle will be active participants and guide on this journey with you.”
- Barbara Tejada
“Not only did my knee start feeling better but my body started to open up. “
- Don Poe
“I now handle my own stress and guide others to better handle their problems. Thanks a ton, my whole life is easier.”
- Chris Dyer
“Frequency duration and intensity of the pain is decreasing.”
- Ingrid Castrojon
“Pain drastically decreased.”
- Russ and Patt Holmberg
“The wellness center was another source to improve our quality of life, mental attitude, posture and our balance as well as our focus.”
- Gloria Lamboy
“I am 54 years old but I feel younger and healthier than when I was 24.”
- Darcy D.
“Our Doctors at NFWC are “straightening” me up!”
In a car, there is a windshield that you look forward through and rear-view mirror that allows you to look behind you. It’s interesting to note that the rear-view mirror is significantly smaller than the windshield.
Using this same analogy towards your health situation will give you a clearer picture of what you really need to focus on moving forward in your healthcare.
Most people consider health care in a restorative model. Which means they’re looking at what had happened in the past and how it affects the present situation. Rather than looking forward to how their body or health can move in an upward spiral. What window you’re looking through makes all the difference.
If you’re to drive your car looking through the rear-view mirror rather than windshield, you may not arrive safely at your destination. If you really want to make true progress and true gains, the key is to look forward and not backward. If you focus on your problems, symptoms, concerns, and challenges, you can’t focus on improving your function, your joy, quality of life, fitness level, adaptability.
A restorative approach to healthcare looks at your problems, challenges, symptoms, concerns and invests so much of energy in pain. It tries to get rid of them (that’s not the goal). The goal is to have a quality lifestyle, ability to handle stress and focusing on the things that bring happiness and joy into your life.
A reorganizational approach comes in, when you pursue the goal of having an increased capacity. It is a way to bring the understandings from diseases of meaning to the practice of traditional and alternative care. This approach focuses on moving forward, increasing capacity to handle more developing new skill, sets new strategies and focusing on the road ahead or upward spiral, thereby help to produce a map for individuals to self-assess and pull on strengths to create sustainable change. A reorganizational healing approach assists individuals with concrete tools to discover, explore and use the meanings of their current situation, symptoms, problems, and life-stressors as catalysts to taking new and sustained action to create a more fulfilling and resilient life.
If you focus only on the rear-view mirror, when driving forward, you are endangering your life. If you want to move forward, you have to look through the front windshield. There is a reason why the windshield is so big and the rear-view mirror is small. So, change your focus and change your life.
Developing a reorganizational approach map assists both healer and patient in understanding how they change their perceptions on health issues. Your success will be made possible when you have a forward mindset.