Celebrate Chiropractic Founders Day in Austin TX

Celebrate Chiropractic Founders Day in Austin TX

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Celebrate Chiropractic Founders Day
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At Chiropractic Arts Center of Austin, P.C. we celebrate Chiropractic Founder's Day! This significant milestone, on September 18th, marks the day in 1895 when Harvey Lillard experienced a life-changing restoration of his hearing after a chiropractic adjustment – a testament to the transformative power of chiropractic care.

In the spirit of celebration and spreading the gift of health, we are thrilled to extend a limited-time offer to your friends and family: 50% off on initial exams and any necessary X-rays from September 11 to 21. This is a fantastic opportunity to delve into the benefits of chiropractic care in Austin TX or to introduce a friend or family member to its wonders.

Join us in this celebration, avail of our exclusive offer, and together let's embrace and share the holistic healing of chiropractic care. Who do you know who is sick and tired of feeling sick and tired?

Celebrating the Legacy of Chiropractic on Founder's Day in Austin TX

"For nine years previous to the naming of Chiropractic, Dr. D.D. Palmer was practicing the healing art under the head of magnetic, but not as others, who slapped and rubbed. He aimed to locate in the patient THE CAUSE of each disease. … On September 18, 1895, Harvey Lillard called upon Dr. Palmer. The doctor asked him how long he had been deaf. He answered, "Seventeen years." He was so deaf that he could not hear the rumbling of a wagon on the street. Mr. Lillard informed the doctor that at the time he became deaf he was in a cramped position and felt something give in his neck. Upon examination there was found a displaced vertebra, a spine that was not in line. Dr. Palmer informed Mr. Lillard that he thought he could be cured of his deafness by fixing his back. He consented to have it fixed; we now say adjusted. Two adjustments were given to Harvey Lillard in the dorsal vertebra, which replaced a displaced vertebra, freeing nerves that had been paralyzed by pressure... Mr. Lillard can hear today as well as other men. He resides at 1031 Scott Street, Davenport, Iowa."19

Founder's Day in Chiropractic is a time-honored tradition that allows us to reflect on the rich history and principles of this profession. On this special occasion, we celebrate the visionaries who laid the foundation for chiropractic care and the impact it has had on healthcare.

The Birth of Chiropractic

Founder's Day in Chiropractic commemorates the first adjustment given by its founder, Dr. Daniel David Palmer. Dr. Palmer's groundbreaking work in the late 19th century paved the way for a unique approach to healthcare that emphasizes the body's natural ability to heal itself.

The Principles of Chiropractic

Chiropractic care is built upon several fundamental principles, including the belief that the nervous system, and the spine that protects it, play a crucial role in overall health. These principles guide chiropractors in their practice, focusing on adjustments to restore proper spinal alignment and promote well-being.

Chiropractic's Evolution

Over the years, chiropractic has evolved and gained recognition as a valuable complement to traditional medicine. It has become a mainstream healthcare option for millions seeking drug-free, non-invasive treatment for various ailments and for total body health.

Impact on Healthcare

Chiropractic care's impact extends far beyond Founder's Day. It offers relief for a wide range of conditions, including back pain, headaches, and musculoskeletal issues. Chiropractors work collaboratively with other healthcare professionals to provide holistic care options.
As we commemorate Founder's Day, we also look forward to the future of chiropractic care. Ongoing research and advancements in technology continue to enhance the field, ensuring that it remains a relevant and effective approach to healthcare.

Founder's Day in Chiropractic is an occasion to reflect on the visionary contributions of Dr. Daniel David Palmer and the enduring impact of chiropractic care on the health and well-being of individuals around the world. This day also acknowledges the dedicated practitioners who carry forward the principles of chiropractic into the future, providing healing and hope to those in need.

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Chiropractic Arts Center of Austin, P.C.

4131 Spicewood Springs Rd L-3
Austin, TX 78759

(512) 346-3536