Individual fingers are really useful forPointingPulling triggersAnd yes, of course, scrolling.But a lone finger can’t pack a punch.There are benefitsTo being professionally separateTo creating a nicheAnd serving it well.But what about the ecosystem?The environment you are evolving inThe greater circle you inhabitThat includes peopleYou don’t likeAnd your so-called competition.There is a timeFor pointing fingersFor going […]Read more "Fists and Fingers"
When we as Spine Health Africa began in 2017, we were unsure how the people in rural Mashonaland, in Zimbabwe would receive chiropractic care. We had been told to keep our expectations low. That maybe chiropractic was a bit too cerebral, a bit too complex for these people to understand, that they were so used […]Read more "Providing Spine Care to communities that need it most"
I met an old lady todayWho I’d helped many months ago,I’d forgotten her nameAnd how I’d helped herYet unknown to us both,The morning we’d metWas a moment of realization.You see, she’d been in painAnd had no ideaIf she’d ever feel like herselfAgain.So she’d come to the hospitalWith high hopesAnd low expectationsAnd was a little disappointedTo […]Read more "Moments of Realization"
The privilege of being a chiropractor Is to exist in the world as one with Great power in my members: Hands sensitive enough to find and address patterns Of dysfunction in the bodies of our patients And a mind attuned to perceive and navigate The maze of bodily function. We are agents of change in […]Read more "Hands and wits"
Dr Kudzai Zvenyika, a chiropractor, speaking to patients in Gutu,Zimbabwe. The burden of musculoskeletal disorders is greatest amongst the poor and elderly particularly those living in rural communities (1). In countries like Zimbabwe where a series of economic meltdowns have significantly decreased the quality of life of millions, the health inequality gap between the haves […]Read more "Chiropractic for the most vulnerable"