When I was 5, my father and uncle were Chiropractors, so I was adjusted regularly. I loved the popping sounds, and how great you feel after an adjustment. Rarely did I ever get sick, and the few accidents I got into, I recovered quickly with Chiropractic care.
Now, I have been in practice for over 13 years, and I get to see miracles every day. 80% of my patients are from referral, because I fix people with problems, and they tell their friends.
It is the greatest calling to help others get well!
Dr Jon Douglas Motley II grew up in Davenport Iowa, where his father and uncle graduated from Palmer school of Chiropractic. His father began teaching him how to adjust the spine at the age of 9 years old.
A 2001 graduate of Life Chiropractic Center West, in Hayward California, Dr. Motley was very active in school:
While in school, Dr. Motley was a student representative for Standard Process whole food nutritional supplements, and a student of Dr. Michael David Dobbins, world renowned teacher and lecturer on whole food nutrition on human health.
In 1996, he discovered Applied Kinesiology. Certified in 1997, he attended over 1000 hours of the 100 hour basic Applied Kinesiology course taught by Dr. Tim Francis, D.C., DIBAK, and was a TA for many years, helping many 100's of doctors become better at helping their patients.
In 2002, Dr. Motley held private practice in St.Claire Shores, Michigan with Dr. Patrick Chase at Chase Chiropractic Center.
In 2007, at the invite of his brother, Dr. Heath Motley, also a Chiropractor, he moved to the Philippines and began Practice in Angeles City, Pampanga.
Dr. Motley is married to Ria P. Motley, they have two children.
Chiropractors are Primary health care providers, licensed to diagnose disease, and are given the initials D.C. after their name to confer "Doctor of Chiropractic".
Although Chiropractors do not treat disease conditions the same way Medicine does, they do treat patients with disease, but naturally through spinal adjustments, diet, and exercise.
For over 100 years, the AMA conspired to destroy the profession of Chiropractic "by any means necessary", simply because Chiropractic refused to become part of the medical monopoly. In 1987, the Supreme Court found the AMA guilty and ordered them to stop such actions. Wilks vs. AMA
Because the AMA tried to get rid of the profession, they actually made Chiropractors the best educated doctors around, with more classroom hours and tougher National Boards. Chiropractic also studies Nutrition, which medicine has only recently required in their schools.
When Educated Intelligence can communicate with Innate Intelligence, then a correct diagnosis can be made, and treatment rendered.