My philosophy regarding healthcare has changed over the years. I have been doing chiropractic for 20 years. Every healthcare worker faces the same question every day. Can I fix this problem? The answer is yes, but sometimes only in part. The one thing that I have learned treating the public for 20 years is that I don't have every answer, but I'm a part of every answer. Healthcare has developed a serious ego. That ego is our biggest downfall. We collectively have lost track. Somewhere along the line we stopped thinking about whether the problem can be fixed and started sharing our focus with who gets the credit for fixing it. This stubborn trait has resulted in unnecessary dollars spent and continued pain and suffering. A collective approach has always been the most effective way to solve problems and healthcare problems are no different. I have always had a vision of uniting healthcare professionals to work together on difficult issues. It isn't about the who gets the patient better, but instead if the patient gets better. To fix any musculoskeletal problem you need to do three things; reduce inflammation, restore movement, and strengthen. Physical therapy, massage therapy, and chiropractic combining with mental health and a fitness center in a solitary arena without egos has been our goal and we have made that our mission and now a reality. We broke the rules and have done what we've always hoped we could. We created a place where we now have the ability to help everyone in one location, where experienced professionals can join up, collaborate and work as a team to achieve what our patients came to us for.