Monday, November 15, 2010

Two Hands Are Better Than One (Four Are Even Better)

Double Hands

One of the reasons many people head to renowned Mayo clinic is because of their TEAM approach. You have many doctors looking at your case and working together to help figure out what is wrong.

We think that approach is the right way to do it but we have taken it one step further. Not only do we sit down as a team and figure out what we can do to help you but sometimes we need to have more than one of us work on you at the same time.

If you have been in our office recently, you may have heard of or even experienced a visit called double hands. If you have not experienced it, you may be wondering what it is.

Ecclesiastes 4:9 states "Two people are better than one, because they can reap more benefit from their labor."

We have found this verse to be so true. At Valeo we have many practitioners who each have very unique gifts and skills. When we are meeting with a client one on one, if we find the person has an issue that could be helped by another practitioner, we typically would refer them to that other practitioner. By doing double hands, or having both practitioners work at the same time on a person, we can see much faster healing and usually for a much lower cost in the long run to the client.

Double hands then is having two, or even more, practitioners working on you at the same time to help you in a much more powerful way, with less time and less cost.

To learn more about Double Hands please feel free to ask one of our staff the next time you come in or call us at 952-949-0676.

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