I’d like to take this opportunity to personally welcome you – to the website, and, if you desire the type of care I provide, as a member of my practice. I know that you can chose from a number of other offices in which to receive care and I appreciate people choosing ours.
If you become a member of this practice, you’ll probably notice that our office greatly differs from other doctor offices you may have visited in the past. That is not by accident. We work very hard in making you feel comfortable from the moment you arrive in our office long after you have left. We make it a point to get to know you and your family. You’re not just a number at my office. You’re a person with genuine concerns about your health and well being.
If you are like most of our practice members you expect quality care at an affordable price. I realize that as a health care consumer you can spend your hard-earned dollars anywhere. For that reason, I do everything possible to earn your trust and respect and that of those who you may tell about us in the future.
If you’re the type that likes to sit around doctor’s offices waiting an hour or more to see the doctor, only to be treated like a nameless face, I’m sorry, but we’re probably not for you. We work diligently to ensure that you are seen within 15 minutes and in many cases less than 10. We offer appointments that should be convenient to your busy lifestyle and understand that you are not living to get adjusted, but you get adjusted to go on living at your best.
I have lived and practiced in Costa Mesa for the past 30 years, and grew up in Southern California. I have one incredible daughter, Alexandra. I went to high school in Arizona and received my Bachelor’s from the University of Arizona. I graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College of Los Angeles in 1990. While a student I taught various technique courses, was president of the Motion Palpation Club and received the Clinic Excellence award for the school. For many years I helped the developer of KST, Tedd Koren, teach KST to hundreds of other doctors across the country. I am as passionate about bodysurfing as I am about health, so I do that as much as possible and still compete in annual contests.
You see, I never thought it was very fair that a doctor gets to know everything about his patients but they don’t get to know anything about the doctor. I feel it’s important that you and I work together as a partnership, with your good health and my reputation as the bi-product of that relationship. I will never do anything to jeopardize either of them.
Although we try to be upbeat and cheerful, I take your health very seriously. I feel that it’s important to keep a positive attitude and smile, even in the face of adversity.
I tend to work better when I’m comfortable, and ultimately, this makes our practice members more comfortable as well. So, you will never see me in a tie or white coat, except perhaps on Halloween. Chiropractic care is not medical care; I’m not an M.D. and I wouldn’t want to be.
My goal is to help you achieve whatever level of health and wellness you desire and are capable of. I feel this leads to a longer, happier, more fulfilling life – something I wish for everyone.
This is my opportunity to share a little bit about my self, health, and chiropractic. Please don’t hesitate to discuss any concerns you may have about your care at any time.
I truly appreciate the opportunity to serve you, and to play a part in the most vital possession you own: your health.
I wish you all of life’s sweetest gifts.
Brad Miller, D.C.