I went to a chiropractor when I was 17 years old and the idea of helping people without blood or drugs intrigued me. I then set out to make this dream a reality. I worked steadily at Life University molding my lifestyle into one of vitality and health. The more I began to learn about our healing process and the way our bodies are built the more I understood how little we need outside ourselves to heal. I was excited to learn in depth the intricate processes of the body, particularly the way the nervous system controls every detail from the way our fingers move to the miraculous accomplishment of developing a human being from two cells in only 9 months. I have a certification in pediatric and prenatal chiropractic through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. My pediatric certification helps me understand difficult cases such as ADHD , sensory procession disorders. I continue my education every year to better serve our community by attending conferences multiple times a year.
Chiropractic and wellness care for
Family; where life begins and love never ends!
Tokar's goal is to provide guidance and care to anyone seeking improvement in their health and a better quality of life. Chiropractic focuses on removing interference in the nervous system through safe, gentle, and effective adjustments. This process allows the body to heal, feel better, and function better, naturally! Tokar works with many types of patients, from pediatrics to the elderly, moms, dads, athletes, and expecting mothers. She provides a friendly and approachable environment and encourages her patients to ask questions so that they can feel empowered to take an active role in their health.
I seriously questioned the future of our relationship based on that fact alone. The dots are extremely close for every LDS person, its just extremely hard to connect them. People should marry for love, not money. Better to now what you're going into in a relationship with a doctor or would-be-doctor. Even though it sounds like she is very Mormon, I feel that this will help her. I am so glad to have found this blog too. Hopefully they have some say in it, but I'm speaking about other churchgoers' expectations here, and probably your wife's.
You aren't engaged or married or anything, you can't just know that she won't see the light and remain crazy Mormon forever. I'm in the exact same pulling-out-my-hair situation that you are. It is highly likely that she will pressure you to convert, and if you resist, she may resent you for being the barrier to her being sealed to her children.