Meet Dr. Kirk Bradford
What prompted you to study chiropractic in the first place?
When I was in college my professor asked me to write a paper on a profession other than the one we were studying and at the time I was a business major and decided to do it on sports therapy and related topics. At the time I had never been to a chiropractor and I did not even know anything about chiropractic. The first book I picked up was on sports therapy for chiropractors. I read the book and became intrigued about the topic. I started visiting chiropractic offices and loved what was happening with
people. So I changed the topic of my paper to chiropractic care and fell in love with it one step at a time and here I am today.
What do you like best about being a chiropractor?
I love watching the transformation of a patient having no hope, no drive, or desire to do the day to day things like spend time with their family, exercise or even live life. Spending time with people and helping them get better is an amazing reward. That has been the biggest blessing in my life to see that in others life and know that I had a part in that transformation.
What would you say patients like best about Mansfield Chiropractic?
The variety of treatment options available in this office. A person can be helped with chiropractic, massage, physical exercises, therapies, nutrition and non-surgical spinal decompression. They mention how they like being able to come to one place and receive help in a lot of different ways. In addition, patients frequently comment on the happy atmosphere.
Why should a person add chiropractic to their lifestyle?
Chiropractic helps people realize their true health potential. Many times people think it is normal to feel pain or normal to wake up feeling stiff and sore. When a body functions optimally, one can expect more from it and do more with their body and experience less discomfort and pain. Chiropractic helps people live life to their fullest and enjoy a quality of life. I can’t, becomes I can. Chiropractic helps people get back to the place where they can feel better, be better and stay better.