Mastering Life: Why Dr. Warren Bruhl?

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Mastering Life: Why Dr. Warren Bruhl?

Mastering life means understanding why you are doing what you are doing and why you are doing it with the people who are currently in your life. Often we do not stop to think about it, we just do it because it feels right. However, when other people begin getting involved in what we are doing, they want to know why; describing it becomes difficult because it is so obvious to those of us who have spent a life time figuring it out.

Answering the question, “Why Simmons Chiropractic Clinic?” clarified the intentions of that organization and illuminated why they stand out among those offering chiropractic care.

Summarizing those ideas helps to solidify their unique purpose on this earth and explain why their patients are naturally attracted to seek and solicit their services. Dr. Dean and his staff are driven to:

  • provide real health care solutions that sincerely work
  • seek to continually improve their own understanding
  • implement new methods immediately
  • rely on real results to create referrals for new patients

My mother always said,

“The proof is in the pudding.”

Dr. Kahrs providing chiropractic care in the Kimana Rift Valley, Kenya, December 2013.

Dr. Kahrs providing chiropractic care in the Kimana Rift Valley, Kenya, December 2013.

For years I knew that Dr. Dean was the best, but I was not attracted to him as a provider until I got serious about my health, which did not happen until my purpose became clear. When I knew I was going to be traveling to Kenya three or four times a year, I wanted to be as healthy as I could possibly be. What a treat meeting Dr. Jeff Kahrs in that process, finding out he was going to Kenya, and coming to a better understanding of why Simmons Chiropractic Clinic was the very best possible place I could receive chiropractic care.

Quite honestly, my first conversation with Dr. Kahrs is a jumble in my mind due to my excitement level and sincere surprise at our immediate connection.

Subsequently, I got the facts a little straighter and was able to do the research to make sense of Dr. Kahrs‘ story. The care he received from Dr. Dean and his return to health provided the catalyst that caused him to pursue education in chiropractic care. Attending Palmer College of Chiropractic-West is where Dr. Kahrs met Dr. Warren Bruhl, who went on to create a very lucrative practice on the North Short of Chicago.

 “In 2011, Dr. Bruhl left his full-time practice to pursue humanitarian work; he is passionate about transforming the lives of children through love of sports and with leaving a lasting impact and global imprint on the world. Dr. Warren Bruhl was recently appointed as Executive Director of Gear for Goals, a humanitarian project of the non-profit Dreamweaver International that brings sports gear and hope to underprivileged children globally. In this position, Dr. Bruhl will oversee efforts to align the need for sport and equipment with children who need it most by working closely with community and professional organizations to collect donations.”

Why should I care? Because Dr. Kahrs went to Kenya to share his chiropractic care with the people in the Kimana Rift Valley. Why did he do that? Because he went to school with Dr. Bruhl, who is part of Dreamweaver International. Why is Dr. Kahrs working with Dr. Warren Bruhl? Because Dr. Bruhl left his very lucrative practice to do something globally, taking his passion for transforming lives by providing real health care solutions that sincerely work to places where people do not have that opportunity and Dr. Kahrs felt compelled to join him because:

The same four traits that are inherent in the practice of Simmons Chiropractic Clinic are the same four traits that Dr. Bruhl implements in Dreamweaver International.

It comes as no surprise, then, that Dr. Kahrs would want to continue mastering life by working with Dr. Bruhl.

Why would Dr. Bruhl leave one of the largest chiropractic practices on the North Shore of Chicago, which he personally developed, building and leading to its success, for work with a humanitarian organization that provides education, healthcare, and humanitarian aid to the people of the Rift Valley of Kenya?

The answer to that question will be the topic of my next post.

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