Before you ever did anything, someone told you about it first.

Someone asked Dr. Sheehan recently why he promotes his practice. Read on for his answers 🙂

Q: What do you experience when you see the family and friends of your patients get results from your care?

Dr. Sheehan: I feel great, being part of someone’s experience in improving their health. I really feel like I’ve helped them for the rest of their life, by opening their eyes to healing without drugs and surgery.

Q: Do you ever see patients that have had unnecessary or failed back surgeries?

Dr. Sheehan: I see this all the time. I see people and patients who get unneeded surgeries, whose lives are forever changed for the worse. Once you cut something you can’t uncut it. Doctors rarely communicate the way surgery will limit people’s lives in the future. They also don’t tell them with the right natural healthcare, chiropractic, nutrition, exercise, and stress reduction, that just about everything is fixable.

Q: Do you ever see patients that take, or have taken, toxic drugs to alleviate their symptoms that you were able to alleviate naturally?

Dr. Sheehan: I see this all of the time. Most of my patients tell me that they don’t want to be on drugs, but that they did not know that there was an alternative. My mission is to tell EVERYONE that there is a natural solution for just about everything, one without drugs and surgery.

Q: How would have the lives of these people been changed had you been able to adjust and treat them years earlier?

Dr. Sheehan: What I notice is that once people get onto the drug/surgery treadmill, it’s very hard for them to get off, and get back to being truly healthy. With our care here, we help people attain their health goals, and maintain their health for life.

Q: Since you are not supported by pharmaceutical companies or hospitals for your community education, how can you get the word out to your community?

Dr. Sheehan: I rely on word of mouth mainly to get the word out. People who are interested in getting healthy without the use of drugs and surgery refer in others like themselves. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate referrals from my patients, because I know I’ll like them too!

Here’s Laura’s diet record for the last couple of days:

Sunday, August 9, 2015

7:00 AM: coffee, black, a cocoa cherry Standard Bar

9:30 AM: piece of Mahi Mahi with wilted greens

11:30 AM: lacto-fermented pickle, dairy free paleo bar

2:00 PM: cup of hot cocoa (some energy elixir mix that I bought at Marshall’s, sweetened with coconut sugar–tastes pretty good!) 4:30 PM: celery and peanut butter

7:30 PM: chicken stew with onion and wilted greens, 1.5 cups white wine

Disclaimer: I reeeeeeeally wanted chips and sugar today, but there was nothing in the house that I could just throw down my gullet (except cucumber), and I had lots of work to do, so I was spared!

Monday, August 10, 2015

7:00 AM: coffee with coconut oil

9:00 AM: shake with cucumber, coconut milk, greens, frozen berries, and Whey Pro Complete

11:30 AM: 2 stuffed peppers with cheese and steak and tomato sauce from Plum Street Gourmet, unsweetened mint tea with orange

4:00 PM: the rest of my shake from earlier today

6:00 PM: 2 burgers with curry powder, hulled hemp seeds, zucchini, and mustard

8:30 PM: 1.5 more glasses riesling 🙂

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