A’Fixing to Get Ready to Go Deer Hunting: Holistic Health, Oct. 3
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America’s population of deer hunters is increasingly populated by ageing or injured hunters who are finding that they are afflicted with a new crop of pains each opening day. One way that may quickly relieve some of them is a visit to a Doctor of Chiropractics who might be able to offer immediate relief with a spinal adjustment, as happened with me, and start on a long-term recovery program which can have you in better shape for next season.
On this program I interact with two Doctors of Chiropractic, Dr. Kelly Morgenroth, who practices in my home town of Sandersville, Georgia, and Dr. Tom Potisk, who has his office in Wisconsin. This started with Dr. Potisk discovering my radio show, Hovey’s Outdoor Adventures and finding out about my book Backyard Deer Hunting: Converting deer to dinner to pennies per pound. He had also written a book. Whole Health Healing: The natural wellness bible for all ages, and suggested that our general objectives were quite similar, i.e., promoting better health and family life by living a more holistic lifestyle, exercising and a natural diet.
To order Dr. Potisk’s book you may place an order at www.thedowntoearthdoctor.com. This book is also available from all outlets such as Amazon and Borders Books. My own books, Backyard Deer Hunting: Converting deer to dinner for pennies per pound, Crossbow Hunting, Practical Bowfishing and forthcoming book X-Treme Muzzleloading, all contain easy to cook wild-game recipes and may be viewed at www.hoveysmith.com and also ordered from E-commerce sources and book stores.
I had long advocated these principles along with taking charge of one’s work life by starting your own outdoor-based business (including 21 YouTube videos). Only the week before I had given an hour-long teleseminar on the subject. My experiences with a natural diet included eating almost exclusively wild game meats, fish and fowl as well as what plant materials, fruit and nuts that I could gather. I am now, for example, making persimmon bread and beer.
Making persimmon beer from the left-over skins, seed and clinging fruit resulting from the making of persimmon bread. This beer has a slight citrus taste and yields a refreshing Summer drink. I have a YouTube video on the topic at: http://youtu.be/1Ny_uauehsk.
I had absolutely no problems with the great majority of Dr. Potisk’s opinions on holistic living, but some resistance emerged when I received his book and found out that he was a Chiropractor, who I had put only a slight bit above snake oil salesmen. I had never been to one in my life. I read his book and found out that not only did his arguments make sense, but that chiropractic could likely help me with a 10-year problem of neck stiffness resulting from an auto accident.
There is considerable distance between Georgia and Wisconsin, so I could not consult with him, but fortunately a lady Doctor of Chiropractic, Dr. Kelly Morgenroth, had recently opened her practice in Sandersville. After a single adjustment to my neck, I had 30 degrees more movement and could now see over my left shoulder. In addition, the extreme tightness of my neck muscles and pain was gone.
X-rays revealed that one of my legs was considerably taller than the other, resulting from an injury at about age five, and there were some other areas that could likely benefit from adjusting the spine. I sent photos of a couple of my X-rays up to Dr. Potisk so that we would have a real case to talk about during the program. One of these X-rays is at the top of this post. Although I was attempting to stand level and square to the X-ray camera, one hip socket is higher than the other and the pelvis is twisted to the extent that it is not lined up with the spine.
This is likely why I never could run without pain, even as a young man, and long driving trips left me very stiff. Before Dr. Potisk and I did the interview, I had the chance to have two spinal adjustments and could talk about the process and include the sounds of Dr. Morgenroth adjusting my spine on the end of the program. The metallic clinks that you hear are not my spine, but her table rebounding to increase the effectiveness of her manual manipulations.
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