I bet some of you can relate to this. When I was growing up, my dad told me, “I think you should be a lawyer.”  So I asked him, “Why should I be a lawyer?”

I remember specifically him telling me, “Because you don’t take anything as the end of the story. You always want to know why. You always want to know what else you can dig into to find the solution, or maybe find a different answer to the question that’s posed or the solution that’s being posed.”

And when I think about that, I didn’t end up being a lawyer, but those parts of my personality have helped in me in the field I do practice.

My name is Dr. Amy Spoelstra, and I’m not a lawyer.  I’m actually a chiropractor and a founder of a program that helps kids and adults with behavioral learning and socialization challenges by bringing a bunch of different approaches together.