We cherish the opportunity to help future doctors of chiropractic and serve you with specific scientific chiropractic care. We do not take this responsibility lightly.
We realize that how we care for you, influences how you will someday care for others. This means we will have an impact on your future as a chiropractic caregiver, therefore affecting the thousands of people you will someday serve.
This is why we do not cut any corners or skip any steps with your chiropractic care. You receive the same highest quality care that we offer to every other practice member in our clinic.
However, the one difference is that we offer chiropractic students the option of trading work in chiropractic for a portion of their chiropractic care. This does not mean your care is cheap. In fact, your care has a very high value and if you choose, you can offer to volunteer in exchange for a portion of our care. You do have the option to pay for care at our student discount rate which is half our discounted rate for care. Ask at our front desk for details of this program.
Part of the volunteer service that we expect in return is to help spread the message of chiropractic to as many people as possible. There is no greater privilege, or joy than to change a life by introducing someone to principled chiropractic care. There are many ways in which you can be of service. Some involve helping at the clinic when needed. Some involve helping at our ranch with our many animals. You will also be asked to serve by handing out special cards or flyers, or assisting at screenings, shows and lectures.
Not all service is glamorous, exciting, or in some instances, very interesting. However, all service helps us spread the chiropractic message and change lives. See two of our latest email flyers below on the upcoming opportunities to serve.
This Saturday @ 11 am
Be amazed and learn in one afternoon.
Saturday April 20th, @ 11 AM we need volunteers to help with 2 projects:
1) Move large Galapagos Tortoises out from their winter home to our front yard. The biggest of these may be near 300 pounds so we could use some strong arms to help if we have to lift them.
2) Cut, move and burn branches and limbs that have fallen on our property over the winter. If you have chain saws, hand saws or cutters, please bring them. This may take several hours.
It is recommended that you wear appropriate footwear and gloves. Cameras are recommended for the tortoise move and if you bring carrots or bananas you can even feed these giants. Children can participate with the tortoises ONLY with strict parental supervision. How often will you, or your child have a chance to have a picture taken with a Galapagos tortoise?
During this day we will share and talk on the philosophy and history of chiropractic. Dr Braile has many stories to tell and nothing beats hearing them around a roaring fire. You can bring marshmallows!
Those wishing to help should contact our office and let us know you will be joining us. We will have a sign-up sheet at the front desk. The more the better.
address: 3450 Velma Drive, Powder Springs, GA 30127
Thank You, Dr Bob
At Braile Chiropractic we are privileged to offer free classes to our Life University student practice members. These classes are designed to assist with your future development as a principled doctor of chiropractic. See below for most recent email on upcoming events.
Upcoming Event: Wednesday, May 1st, 7:30-9:30 PM
This Program's Subject:
Taking Real Chiropractic X-rays.
You know, the ones using film.
Most Chiropractic graduates will NOT be setting up a new office with digital x-rays. Therefore you will need to know how to work with film x-rays. Unfortunately, you get minimal training on this important subject as the school uses digital. We intend to fill that gap.
Not Life's Little Lessons is a free program designed to add insight and information to your chiropractic educational experience. Due to the rigors and requirements of a chiropractic curriculum, there are many small nuances that you do not get in your formal education. Programs such as Dynamic Essentials (DE) and Band of Brothers are essential for your development as a chiropractor. But even these programs, which I recommend highly, do not cover some of the practical and technical aspects of day to day practice. This is the reason for Not Life's Little Lessons. These free classes are open to Life DC students who are also Braile Chiropractic practice members.