Dr Ken Stewart
I graduated as a Chiropractor 30 years ago with the belief that my purpose was to help people to help themselves. My years of practice as a manual Chiropractor were a terrific background to my embracing of Network Chiropractic and Profound Tension Release techniques.
Practicing in a wholistic way, I see people who are not just focusing on getting rid of something, e.g. a headache (and then inevitably reverting to the same old self that caused the pain in the first place) but people who are willing to focus on exploring and experiencing new possibilities of themselves. This requires a commitment to gaining personal insight and growth.
Having practiced and received Network care for more than 10 years, I am confident of its unlimited possibilities as a means of finding greater resources of grace, energy and passion. I regularly attend seminars and workshops to learn and experience the continuing advances in Network Chiropractic, thus enabling me to improve my capacity to assist others to realise their potential.
I embrace an attitude of enthusiastic optimism and yet have enormous respect for the people who come to see me. I am continually inspired by the effort and courage my clients expend in order to improve their lives and their relationships with others.
Why I Practice the Way I Do – click on this link to read this article.