Here we are in the depths of a drenched February with days so dull you almost need a torch to venture out. If that’s not tough enough the news is filled with woe and anger it's easy to fall into a funk. However, it is worth remembering that there is still a lot of good in the world and that kindness is a lot more common than one might think. Indeed, we see and hear about great acts of kindness and compassion almost every single day in the clinic. For example, Rory has been a patient at Kenworthy Chiropractic since our first year of opening. Rory was a very premature baby and as a result he has multiple serious health issues. Consequently, Rory must see a vast array of health care professionals in order to get the care he needs to live day to day. Some of this care is provided by the NHS, but others, such as his chiropractic treatment, has to be paid for privately. One of our regular patients heard about Rory’s plight and immediately offered to help out by paying for all Rory’s future treatments. This was an altruistic act of kindness that has had a significant and positive impact on Rory’s life. This isn’t a standalone case either. We have many other patients that pay for the treatments of their friends, or family members without any thought of reciprocity. They’re just good people doing good things. Have a nice, if soggy, day.
The picture above shows Rory putting Johanna her through her paces. If you want to know more about Rory please follow this link https://www.facebook.com/RorysRecFund/Written by Stuart Kenworthy on