My Beginnings:

I have had the pleasure and honor to learn and grow through my practice,

as a human being and a chiropractor.

Even though my Internet site originated approximately twenty-seven years ago as a Network Chiropractic page, from the beginning, I decided that my pages would be more than a site which included my hours, business location, and descriptions of our exciting discipline of health cares. I offer these pages of www.10ac.com from my own personal expressions and interests. Dr. Donald Epstein, founder and developer of Network Care, originally based his healing discipline upon principles of chiropractic, however, he soon discovered that the outcomes of receiving such care far superseded the results produced by "standard" forms of chiropractic. Something was "different", and Dr. Epstein spent his professional life delving into the mysteries of the human nervous system, consciousness, and healing processes.  Following in the continued footsteps of Vitalistic principles, my choice for my chiropractic practice and my Internet site has been to expand their dimensions as my own levels of awareness changed and dynamics shifted.  Besides integrating Dr. John Upledger's CranioSacral Therapy,  I have excitedly extending my own consciousness and professional skills into studying and practicing BioGeometric Integration, founded and developed by Dr. Sue Brown. An Affirmation:   "Put in my hands the divine instruments to help awaken others and align them with their purposes that they too can be employed in the service of consciousness."   For many years, particularly since my first days in an  "orthopedically" and symptomatically oriented practice, I  recognized the significance of patients taking more responsibility (followed by an active participation) in their own healing processes. I  found that it was not uncommon for folks to expect no more of themselves than meagerly receiving their adjustments. To present day, I discovered that individuals, who actively participate in their care and their welfare, were more enthusiastic overall about being members of our practice and appeared to respond to care with greater gusto.  Ideas that may help to describe taking an "active participation" may include: * initiating an exercise program * considering dietary modifications, including cleanses/detoxing * taking up a stress-reduction practices, such as meditation and yoga  * reading literature concerning healing and related topics (we have a small loaning library of some of our favorites that is made available) This information pertains to facilitating nervous system ease and musculoskeletal flexibility through a combination of  adjustments,  regular exercise, and meditation practice. This combo can be perfectly found within one's Yoga practice.
Joseph B. Clifford, D.C.
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My Beginnings:

I have had the pleasure and honor to learn and

grow through my practice, as a human being and

a chiropractor.

Even though my Internet site originated approximately twenty-seven years ago as a Network Chiropractic page, from the beginning, I decided that my pages would be more than a site which included my hours, business location, and descriptions of our exciting discipline of health cares. I offer these pages of www.10ac.com from my own personal expressions and interests. Dr. Donald Epstein, founder and developer of Network Care, originally based his healing discipline upon principles of chiropractic, however, he soon discovered that the outcomes of receiving such care far superseded the results produced by "standard" forms of chiropractic. Something was "different", and Dr. Epstein spent his professional life delving into the mysteries of the human nervous system, consciousness, and healing processes.  Following in the continued footsteps of Vitalistic principles, my choice for my chiropractic practice and my Internet site has been to expand their dimensions as my own levels of awareness changed and dynamics shifted.  Besides integrating Dr. John Upledger's CranioSacral Therapy,  I have excitedly extending my own consciousness and professional skills into studying and practicing BioGeometric Integration, founded and developed by Dr. Sue Brown. An Affirmation:   "Put in my hands the divine instruments to help awaken others and align them with their purposes that they too can be employed in the service of consciousness."   For many years, particularly since my first days in an  "orthopedically" and symptomatically oriented practice, I  recognized the significance of patients taking more responsibility (followed by an active participation) in their own healing processes. I  found that it was not uncommon for folks to expect no more of themselves than meagerly receiving their adjustments. To present day, I discovered that individuals, who actively participate in their care and their welfare, were more enthusiastic overall about being members of our practice and appeared to respond to care with greater gusto.  Ideas that may help to describe taking an "active participation" may include: * initiating an exercise program * considering dietary modifications, including cleanses/detoxing * taking up a stress-reduction practices, such as meditation and yoga  * reading literature concerning healing and related topics (we have a small loaning library of some of our favorites that is made available) This information pertains to facilitating nervous system ease and musculoskeletal flexibility through a combination of  adjustments,  regular exercise, and meditation practice. This combo can be perfectly found within one's Yoga practice.
                        Joseph B. Clifford, D.C.
Say "NO!" to the development and  production genetically modified foods!
Protect our Constitution!
"Never mistake motion for action." ~Ernest Hemingway