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February 12, 2024

Make a Difference in People’s Lives with Dr Holly Clarke Williams DC – Chiro Hustle Podcast 534

Dr. Holly Clarke Williams is the owner of both Better Health Chiropractic and Better Health Integrative Wellness. She is a 2011 graduate of Sherman College of Chiropractic and 2007 graduate of University of South Carolina-Aiken with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Dr. Williams has been practicing in Greenville County since 2012 and is skilled in Thompson, Diversified, Side Posture Toggle, and Activator Methods techniques. She worked at Odyssey Chiropractic and Massage Therapy before taking over ownership of Better Health Chiropractic in 2015. Dr. Williams is a Palmetto Member of the South Carolina Chiropractic Association is currently serving as president of the South Carolina Chiropractic Association for 2022-2023.

Dr. Williams has been performing DOT physicals as a Certified Medical Examiner since 2020 and is currently pursuing her national certification as a Functional Diagnostic Medicine practitioner. Born and raised in North Augusta, she currently resides in Simpsonville with her husband, John, and 2 dogs, Milo, and Charlee. Dr. Williams enjoys making colorful arts and crafts, traveling, gardening, and spending time with family and friends.

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JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  You made it to Chiro Hustle!  Sit back and learn from the greatest influencers in the profession on the world's number one chiropractic podcast. Before we dive into this powerful episode, please remember to subscribe to our channels and give us a 5-star rating on iTunes to continue hustling.

This episode is sponsored by the Transact Card, Align Life, Brain-based Health Solutions, Chiro HD, Imaging Services, Chiro Health USA, Chiro Moguls, Pure Chiro Notes, Titronics, Sherman college of Chiropractic, New Patients in a Box, Life Chiropractic College West, Pro Hockey Chiros, Pro Baseball Chiros, the IFCO, and 100% Chiropractic. LET’S HUSTLE !!!

LUKE MILLETT (PRODUCER):  Hey guys, welcome to episode 534 of the Chiro Hustle Podcast. I'm your producer, Luke Mallett, and here's your host, James Chester.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  So today we had the opportunity of interviewing Dr. Holly Clark Williams, and if you want to hear a story about how to make a difference in people's lives, stay tuned. Welcome back. This is another episode of the Chiro Hustle Podcast. Today we have Holly Clark Williams on this episode 534, and I'm really excited because we're going to be able to talk about some things that we were chatting about offline, and one of those is the diversity, but also the inclusion of chiropractic working together. And I think that when we get down to it, everyone has a story, and we're going to tell Dr. Holly's story here shortly about how she got into chiropractic, but I think it's really it's vital for people in this profession to realize that we're more alike than we are different. And I think that that's really a big takeaway for people once we get to talk in today. And then we're also going to talk a little bit about being yourself and honoring yourself and all things that you do. But before we get into Dr. Holly's story, I want to let you know the big why. Why do we do what we do over here at Chiro Hustle? Well, first things first is freedom of speech, the First Amendment. We've never censored anyone on this platform. We believe it's important for people to have integrity in their truth and their story and their message. That's primary. That's freedom, and we really appreciate that. And then on that topic of freedom, we believe in medical freedom and family health freedom. Those are some super valuable things are not the same thing. And everybody is affected by those differently. So the show definitely supports the chiropractic methods when it comes to medical freedom and family health freedom. And we also believe in least invasive first. I think that that's a big conversation topic that will actually perpetuate chiropractic into the future and become it will finally plant itself in its rightful stance within the world of chiropractic when it comes to being integrated with the medical world. Chiropractic has always been a standalone profession. And with that being said, we also support BJ Palmer Sacred Trust. Those are his last words. If you want to find out more about chiropractic, go to your favorite search engine right now and find out where BJ Palmer Sacred Trust is and what BJ Palmer's last words were. And you're going to love and understand chiropractic at a whole different level at that point. We also support subluxation based chiropractic and in intelligence and universal intelligence. We believe that when man or woman to physical gets adjusted, it connects them to man or woman the spiritual. And with that introduction, now my next introduction is to Dr. Holly. Welcome to the show.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm really excited to hear my story today.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, you know, the most valuable part of anyone as mentioned to you too is I think it's their story. Like, it's not what you own. It's not the things around you. It's you. And it's where you've come from. And it's the messages that you share with people and how you resonate with people. So, how did you get into chiropractic? And maybe you can share that with our audience today.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Absolutely. So, I believe in kind of just going with, so to speak, I grew up in North Augusta, South Carolina, and my parents lived about three minutes from the Georgia Warrior. And I went to college right there at home at USC, again. And I ended up being a BS in biology in college. I knew that I wanted to be somewhere within healthcare, but I just hadn't really picked the discipline yet. So once I got to about the middle of my senior year in college, I started to tour different programs there at the medical college of Georgia. And it just wasn't for me. Everyone was just unhappy. Nobody was smiling. It was always cold and dark and damp. And I mean, at that time, I drove a yellow convertible and I'm like, this is not what I'm supposed to be. So, I was sitting in the study room there at USC, again, one day. And there just happened to be a brochure on the table for Sherman College of Chiropractic. And I was like, well, this is neat. I'll give this a shot. I wouldn't actually put a campus tour at following week. And immediately this resonated with me. Everyone was happy to be there. They were on fire at Chiropractic and just about helping people. Now, that was my entire reason for wanting to go into healthcare. I wanted to make a difference in people's lives. So the rest is history from there. Now, the interesting part is I had never actually visited a chiropractor really didn't want anything about it before I attended Sherman College. So my very first chiropractic adjustment was there in the student health clinic at Sherman College. I often tell my staff now, just with everything that's happened with COVID and this patient treatment over the last two years, if I were working at a hospital, they'd have fired me along down the bill because I'm going to be way too vocal about we shouldn't do this. The patient is not number one. And I just, I can't live that way. So with chiropractic, I'm able to cater directly to the patient. And that's what matters the most to me.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, I think there's a high level of congruency when it comes to taking care of people. And I think that that's really why most chiropractors get into the profession. That's because of the give love serve aspect of the profession. And that's the most beautiful thing to me about it is you can get people like better quality of life with just your hands.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Right here, every day.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, you know, like, I didn't tell you this offline, but me and my team have put together two documentaries on chiropractic over the past couple of years. And we're working on number three right now called adjust the world. And it's going to feature people doing mission trips. And yeah, it's about taking care of people. You don't have to have money. You don't have to have health insurance. You only have to speak the same language. And it's going to show the power of chiropractic, make an impact on the individual's lives and how like it transcends all cultures and the adjustment, the adjustments like the purest part of chiropractic. And that's really what most chiropractors want delivered to their communities.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Absolutely. That is amazing.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, I mean, I was just mentioned to you like the some of the things that we've done arrived on our accomplished being in this profession. And I think that it does take a lot of influence to change the perception of the public's opinion of chiropractic. And a lot of people think that health care is insurance. It's not true.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  It is the furthest thing for health care.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  But they think that that's their benefits and they pay for that. So why doesn't it cover chiropractic? And then we have to like rewind and go forward and like go over the tape and like document and like pull things out and like establish like the messaging the right way for people to understand that chiropractic is what it is. And that there was this, you know, conflict with the American Medical Association against chiropractic trying to discredit and eliminate the profession. And we're still dealing with like the negative brand equity because of that agenda. And that's why today we still have to explain to people that chiropractic is good for you to do just like going to the dentist.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Absolutely. It literally is just maintaining the body. And I tell patients all the time, you know, you go to the dentist to maintain the teeth and the optometrist to maintain the eyes. The only difference is, you know, your eyeballs aren't taking groceries out of the car. And your teeth hopefully are not lifting your children up. So you maintain the spine a little bit more because it requires, new requires so much out of it. And you know, unfortunately, you know, health care chiropractic on one hand has been developed in the hand at times. But I know so many fantastic doctors that work their way around that constantly. And one of the best things that I have found is all you need is that one patient who doesn't have a health insurance cover, or even wants to do someone to have that great experience until everybody, you know, and the next thing you know, you're a firm.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, you know, I was at this seminar in Colorado called Mile High. I went to the first one. I've been in all 10 of them, by the way. And the first one I went to, I was working in the office. I wasn't like running a podcast, I wasn't making movies. I wasn't like out doing the screening business that I was doing. I was there watching the speakers as office staff for the clinic I was working at. I saw this guy up there named Joe Borio. I've told the story a lot. But Joe was up there on the stage and he was just like, he must have said it like 95 times, tell the story. And he said, just tell the story. So I just took it to my own volition to say, okay, cool, eventually I'm just going to tell the story. And that's all I've been doing since that first day that I saw that dude up on stage. Joe Borio say, and tell the story, tell the story, tell the story, tell the story. And I think that that's really why this show became successful. And it's helped a lot of people understand chiropractic better, not only the professional struggles, but the path that we have to go to become chiropractors.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Absolutely. And you know, and we don't always, you know, we don't all take the same route. You know, I've had classmates that were third and fourth generation chiropractors and then several of them were like me had never had any experience whatsoever. And even, you know, people that need your finance and social studies. But if they have that fire, they get everything they need right in school and they think over the world.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Amen. So let's talk business a little bit. What are some things that you would maybe share with our chiropractic audience as to ways to do marketing, to grow your practice or things that have helped you personally grow your office?

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  So of course, you know, I've done everything that every other doctor's done, you know, health screenings and safety meetings at local, you know, manufacturing plants. The best thing that has grown my practice is one, being genuine and treating our patients right. And also, being out of it, it's not always so much as setting up a table and doing a health screening, but sponsoring the third grade class at the local elementary school and, you know, visiting the pencils and erasers or coming to read stories, bringing the house at the firehouse lunch and just talking about fire trucks and what do you think you should be able to drive? You know, getting out into the community and making connections with people. That's number one. And oftentimes, you know, with different management companies, it's always recommended that you live within the community where you practice, which is totally okay. I actually live 30 minutes away from the community that I practice in and even though on the weekends, I'll, you know, I'll get out, I'll go over there and during a week, we're out talking to people, we're getting to know local businesses and just being a staple in your community. And oftentimes, that does mean being a help in the community. There's no point in working within the community and taking away from it if you're not giving back to it. So that's number one, giving back to where you are. If you give back to these people and level them, it can't wait to lay on your table.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, I think, you know, a big takeaway for me after what you just shared with us is keep showing up and show up for your community.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Absolutely. And every year, and this is the last thing every year, Christmas extravaganza. So about two weeks before Christmas, we'll bring out the blood mobile blood. We have a pink fire truck that supports cancer research. We'll bring that out. We'll bring out the local animal show, but we're bringing out the office to adopt and just bringing those members of the community together. Santa Claus comes. It's a complete storm, but it's a place where our community knows. Hey, they're going to support us. This is safe here. So continuously showing up and being a part of where you are.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, you know, over the past couple of years, I've really noticed because I still go out and do a ton of screenings. People are just, they're looking for chiropractic. They just don't know what's called chiropractic. And more importantly, they're looking for community and they're looking for a safe place like you said. And they're looking for people that can actually, you know, listen to them and acknowledge them and serve them. And that's, you know, customer service even has like diminished over the past couple years. So when they get the chiropractic experience, chiropractors still have a high honor of taking care of people and making sure that they get that Ritz Carlton experience when they show up to a clinic. So I think that that's one of the things that said chiropractic apart too is they didn't lose their initiatives to create community. If anything, they had the direct things to do, the things that were important and they stuck to them. And that's why they survived through that downturn with everything that happened over the past couple of years. And I think that that's really what makes chiropractic unique distinct and helps it carry forward. So as we roll down this, as we roll down the interview together, let's talk some things that you do to stay healthy. What are you doing to take care of you as the practitioner?

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  So even though I'm active in my practice all day, I still have to make sure that one, I maintain my own spine. So I have one favorite chiropractor that I see most. I love her dearly. But if there's a few, she's not open to me. I don't know just about anybody's table. And making sure, you know, simple things, enough water intake and enough Ritz. We don't rest at just as people anymore. We have developed this run, run, go, go, never, always busy persona. And that's not healthy. Taking time to simply just rest your body. And that's not always sleeping. You know, keeping your feet up almost open and petting your dog back. That's a quarter of rest. And then of course putting the things in, put into your body when you get out of it. So proper supplementation, the proper food and happiness. You know, not taking one too seriously. If we are constantly popping down and worries, eventually that's going to cause failure. It's one of the 11 systems of the body. So taking a break and just letting it all relax. Those are all my key things there.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, I love it. You know, one of the things I've done for, I think I've meditated almost every day for the past, every day for the past four years. And I think that, you know, there's Kobe Bryant. And one of the things he did in his mom of method was he would meditate every day at least 10 minutes before he did anything else in his day. And that helps establish your mindset. And when you're talking about rest, I'm in this program right now that I'm doing called 75 Hard. And a part of that is developing 10 minutes of visualization. And I think that if people just incorporated the pauses of their day and were able to just like really like be with themselves, we could be that much greater for everyone else. So I think the rest thing is like really important for people to like when they're listening to this episode, like check it out. Start your day as a meditation. Take a pause midday and do some visualization and break up with yourself for a little bit and read a book.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Absolutely. You know, and don't feel like you have the document every single second of your day, you know, put the phone down and just live in sometimes living in the quiet, just having that moment of peace and silence is so rejuvenating.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  And then get adjusted, right? Always weekly and make sure that you're, you know, you have full optimal health.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Yes. Turn those lights on. Absolutely.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  You made it to Chiro Hustle!  Sit back and learn from the greatest influencers in the profession on the world's number one chiropractic podcast. Please remember to subscribe to our channels and give us a 5-star rating on iTunes to continue hustling.

This episode is sponsored by the Transact Card, Align Life, Brain-based Health Solutions, Chiro HD, Imaging Services, Chiro Health USA, Chiro Moguls, Pure Chiro Notes, Titronics, Sherman college of Chiropractic, New Patients in a Box, Life Chiropractic College West, Pro Hockey Chiros, Pro Baseball Chiros, the IFCO, and 100% Chiropractic. LET’S HUSTLE !!!

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  So let's talk a bit about the future. Where do you see chiropractic going? Maybe two years where you see chiropractic going and say 10 years.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Oh, so many places, so many amazing places. Number one, I do feel like more of this will become more of a primary care provider because so many patients are just disenfranchised with typical medical treatment right now. And unfortunately, like in areas where I live down here in the Greenville area, we were having such a great influx of new people moving here at there's not enough medical practitioners to go around. So they are greatly seeking another source of health care. So that for sure within the two years, us becoming more of a primary care sort of provider. And you know, we already have that source of patients that that's who we are to them. But I think that we'll see a greater percentage of our patient base looking to us for primary care. Within the next 10 years, I see chiropractic in light, so to speak. I think that we will get a lot more media attention and just a lot more this social exposure. And it will become a thing that everybody is aware of. I still find it so interesting that I, you know, out of all the new patients that I have every week, I still run into people that are maybe in their 50s and 60s and have either never been to a chiropractor and never thought that they had a reason for that. And I think that will reverse as we continue. And it will become a part of your household needs such as going to the dentist, going to the eye doctor and so on and so forth.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, I agree with you on a lot of those topics. And I think that as we develop as a culture, we're losing faith in the medical model that exists right now and we're seeing the lack of trust within that system. And people are, they're curious to find a solution to that.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Yes, absolutely.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  The curiosity is peaked at an all time high now for what they can do. And really the practitioners in the other system, they are more inclined to believe the chiropractic method nowadays. So they're saying, hey, white flag, I'm coming over and working with the chiropractors now because they're the ones that are doing things the right way and they've held their ground and I like what they're doing.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Yes. And we're, you know, we thankfully do have some donors that have realized I can't think to this and I can't continuously keep giving this person a pill or a shot. And they have welcomed us into their circle. So I think that we will become much more mainstream.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, because I think people back to the beginning of our show, medical freedom, family health freedom, people are going to want to have solutions. Absolutely. And they're seeing things that they thought that were good for them being, you know, put into their lives that now they're their second guessing everything. Yes. I think that there's a huge chance for chiropractic to take its rightful place and becoming that primary port of entry for people that are looking for something because it is least invasive. Absolutely. You know, we had Les Brown on our show. You know who that is?

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Yes.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah. So we interviewed Les Brown and he said, the thing I love most about chiropractic is it doesn't cut it out, drug it out or burn it out.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  That's right. That is amazing. I love it.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  You know, and that's just it is like when you do something long enough the right way, it attracts luminaries like that. And you get people to speak the truth about things that matter to them and their families. And they're just like everybody else. They just want to be healthy. They want to have a mentality. They want to have good solutions for their families and their next generation coming up.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  So when you're quality lines, yes.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  So when you get a luminary like Les Brown talking about chiropractic, our Grant Cardone, he's been on our show. He talked about chiropractic. Yeah. And you get people with that type of clout saying what chiropractors need to do better. He always, Grant Cardone told me best known beats best every day.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Yes.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  So so chiropractors just need to become best known and not give up.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Absolutely. I couldn't agree more.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, there's a lot that goes into it. So as I mentioned a couple of people that I think that can help the credibility of the messaging of chiropractic, who are some people that I've had influence on you and maybe some of your heroes that have helped you get to where you are today.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  So and this is of course rather cliche, but I mean, I will say my mother was my absolute best hero. She passed away in 2021. Her and my dad were married for 46 years and she was just an amazing, amazing person in every sense of the word. And I don't even know if she realized this, but she kind of fostered a little bit of my health and health care or just my, my interest in it. In her later years, she did a lot of CNA work, but before that, one of her first jobs was at a manufacturing plant. I believe it was the water finishing. And you know, she would have been 71, 22 right now. So she grew up in a different time in a very different world. And I just remember her telling a story of, you know, she was one of the first African-American women that had hired. And unfortunately, the other women did not want her to use their restroom. And at that point, someone might have just walked off of the job for fear of being persecuted or hurt or just not belonging. But you know, she stuck it out and stayed the court. And I believe eventually became a supervisor for that company. So you know, I often tell people she's such an inspiration to me because she crawled so that I could walk, so that I could get to this position that I'm in now. And when she worked as, you know, a home health care nurse, you know, she walked a lot of people and unfortunately people that their family had kind of abandoned them. And if it weren't for her, they would have crossed over alone. So there's no one, she is my hero. There's no other, there's no one. This was a fantastic example of strength and perseverance and resilience and just all of the above.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, you know, a lot of people don't know my story about that too. But my mother, since we're on topic, I share mother stories. My mother was a nurse's aide and she worked with Alzheimer's patients for 35 years. And when I was a bad kid and I wasn't doing things the way, you know, being a good kid, I'd have to go hang out with my mom at the Alzheimer's ward. Oh, yes. And I would get out of school as a teenager and I'd have to go hang out and see my mom take care of people and her work didn't really like that because, you know, I was there, you know, watching her work and she had to like have me there. But my mom was a compassionate caregiver and watching her work with people and seeing like the level of stress that people's lives were under that didn't have anybody come to look after them and kind of just forgotten about culture. Yes. And I called my mom the hug lady. And I think that that's where I get a lot of my sentiment from is being like an alpha male but also being a compassionate guy. I learned a lot from being around my mom too and seeing how she really, she was an unsung hero, you know, and I can see that same sentiment about your mother too, right?

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Oh, absolutely. It is just it's such a thank-letch job at times. And you know, just to be that person that is there with someone until they cross over is just so profound. So your mother sounds like she was amazing.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Oh, yeah. She influenced me so much and it's there's there's that old saying is people don't care how much you know until they know how much you care.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Yes, absolutely.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  And you know, I think that there's a lot that goes into who we become. It's epigenetics. It's Bruce Lipton's work. Absolutely. We're as they say, a product of our environment.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Very much so. I mean, you know, she she I am because of who she was. Just the absolute best person.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  So let's transition into chiropractic. Who are some of the people that helped you get to where you are today through the chiropractic profession?

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  So actually, the very first doctor that introduced me to our state association, Dr. Gibo Sullivan, he when I was a student, I was in student government and he took us to the legislative breakfast. So that was like my first intro into kind of like the behind the scenes, part of chiropractic zone, super interested from there. The doctor that I worked with. So I have been at the same location, thankfully, since I graduated. I graduated June of 2011 and I started with Dr. Katherine Haney in January of 2012. You don't know what you don't know until you realize that you don't know it. When we come out of school, we know how to calculate how to find the segment, how to fix it. But Katherine Haney taught me how to be enough. And you know, that support is just unparalleled. And I'm so thankful that I was able to walk into that sort of environment because so many of my colleagues had horrible experiences going from clinic to clinic with doctors that didn't really work in there and were just wanted to work them into the ground. And I truly walked into an established practice, just a doctor who was slowly phasing into retirement who taught me everything that I needed. So I owe a great deal of my success to her as well.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  That's beautiful. So we're almost at the edge of our conversation today on Kyra Hustle. Two more questions. Would you mind sharing a miracle story that you've seen in your office over the past decade?

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Absolutely. It's been 11 years and, you know, of course, we've all seen the general miracle. Somebody walks in crippled and they walk out on their own two legs. So when I graduated and get in practice, I didn't really have to do that. You have a purpose yet? You know, some people are like, I want to be a personal injury chiropractor or I want to do pediatric sore family. I mean, if you had a spot, I was fixing it. I really hadn't said a hundred. But indirectly, I have had the opportunity to be a little bit of all of those. I do a great deal of personal injury. This happens really slow now. And in 2017, we had over 10 babies born in our practice that year, all from them and oftentimes cannot seem on their own. So many that we put their little pictures on the Christmas tree at Christmas time that year. But my number one story, this patient and I are about the same age. And she had been married for about 10, 11 years at the time that she started in care with me and had gone through, filled in vitro, filled just everything, could not conceive whatsoever. And she was kind of at her wit's end. She wanted to be a mom so bad and just it was not happening. And I'll never forget, she was going through another round of vitro. We were about three months into her care. And she came in and she was like, I need to tell you this so that you're aware. I'm pregnant, but I already feel like I'm this care. And I told her, you know, no, this is the one this time. And I'm going to cry to take, oh, we're not going to cry to take. And that one was the one. And out of all of the babies that I've had born, that one, he's my better health baby. You can do no wrong in my eyes because his mom, to be able to fulfill a dream like that for someone, there is no better than just anything in the world. And then the second time she actually ended up getting pregnant, no in vitro, no nothing. She just walked in and it was like, you know, better health babies. So I have several better health babies, but that particular situation was so dear to me to be able to grant another woman the gift of a lifetime. That's it.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  That's all I need. I'm done. So I'm going to tell you from the perspective of, you know, people say there's a bun in the oven.

SPEAKER_03:  Mm hmm.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah. Well, here's the deal. If you can't turn the heat on, the oven don't work.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Yes. Oh, I'm using that. I love it. I'm saying, oh, yes.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  So chiropractic just chiropractic.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  The oven is the staker. You can adjust that staker. Oh, I love that.

SPEAKER_03:  So the adjustment turns the heat on. Yes. And then the oven works.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Absolutely. Pretty cool. And then sometimes you're cooking something and don't even realize it's in there.

SPEAKER_03:  Yeah.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah. That's the miracle of life and the miracle of chiropractic. And that's why I asked that story because there are miracle stories that touch lives. And just like BJ Palmer said, you never know how far some far reaching something as you may do or say today will have an impact on the lines of lives tomorrow. That little boy might become the next chiropractor like a Jedi.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  I hope so. And have their gifts. Oh, my very health babies. I love all of them, but he's just my special.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, for sure. So last question. If you're the last chiropractor on planet earth with a profession survive.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Absolutely. I'd be tired, but absolutely. You know, you treat everybody fairly adjust as many as we can and just keep on all people.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Amen. Amen. And I really appreciate you spending some time with me today on episode 534. Is there anything I didn't ask you that you would like to share with your audience today?

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  I really know you've got faces on the key things that you know, I wanted to share. Just keep adjusting, keep feeling and keep changing the world.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Amen. And if people want to connect with you, where can we send them to?

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  So probably the best way to reach me via Instagram. It's Dr. Holly Club Williams on Instagram. And then I'm on Facebook under the same name. So or either I'm not clinic website, which is very hard.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Better health care.

None:  Practical.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  All right. Well, if you guys want to get in touch with Dr. Holly, go to betterhealthcarepratic.com or check her out.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  It's actually better health dash chiropractic.com.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Better health dash chiropractor.com and check her out on Instagram. And Dr. Holly, appreciate you spending some time with me and talking all things chiropractic today.

DR HOLLY CLARKE WILLIAMS DC (GUEST):  Absolutely. It was my pleasure.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Yeah, I had a lot of fun too. And with that being said, I close out by telling everyone you're just one story way. Keep hustling. I'll see you guys on an episode and have a good night now.

JAMES CHESTER (HOST):  Thanks for listening to Chiro Hustle. Don't forget to subscribe, check back in next week,  and give us a 5-star rating on iTunes to continue hustling.

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