”Health is attained through balancing body, mind, and spirit. For this reason, I have referred to this form of healing as Caycean Chiropractic.”
Chiropractic treatments have proved beneficial in bringing relief from allergies, arthritis, asthma, blindness, carpal tunnel syndrome, digestive disorders, epilepsy, glaucoma, halitosis, headaches, hyperactivity, hyper- and hypo-thyroid, immune dysfunction, impotence, infertility, joint pain, menustrual pain, cysts, paralysis, radiating shoulder and arm pain, sciatica, scoliosis, sports injuries, TMJ (Temporal Mandibular joint dysfunction) and much more.
In recent years, Dr. Keller has focused much of his energy on using an individualized approach of exploration to discover the origin of tissue dysfunction and disease in his patients. With his understanding of matters of the soul and spirit, he explores karmic, developmental and, in many cases, past life considerations. Through thorough examination of the problem, he utilizes traditional and more technical forms of chiropractic that balance the nervous system, always linking and emphasizing the mind, body, spirit connection.
Most chiropractors focus their work on easing and healing the musculo-skeletol pain levels. Physical pain is often in these practices used as the primary diagnosis of a person’s condition, but in more recent decades, it has become more common knowledge that there are a multitude of factors that come together, where the health condition of the individual is concerned. Although removing spinal and full body pain is of primary importance in his office, Dr. Keller’s approach is holistic and incorporates other modalities that help the individual attain balance and health in their body and lives.
Addressing a patient holistically means to take into consideration all facets of a person's life. For every patient's condition, there are a multitude of contributing factors. For many patients, there can be one or two contributing factors that are responsible for causing more of one condition than others. Another patient may be experiencing the challenges of an improper diet based on their body, blood type and Ayurvedic makeup. Another may be unwilling to acknowledge the difficult karma they are facing and this can show up as inflammatory response in the body. These are all issues that must be addressed for the patient to experience overall health.
What especially separates Dr Keller from conventional chiropractors is his use of advanced diagnostic sources, which include a patient's life style, personality type, stress level, nutrition, developmental issues, karmic challenges, blood type, and Ayurvedic makeup. Ayurvedic medicine is an ancient and effective method of achieving balance; a science that is estimated to be between 3,500 to 6,500 years old (some theories even states that Ayurveda has been around for 42,000 years ), and it is said to have been given to us by ancient Hindu Vedics. One of the most advanced ways of addressing an individual holistically is to incorporate an Ayurvedic understanding of the patient. This will allow us to understand how a patient's personality, body morphology, likes, dislikes and tendencies in the areas of friends, family and diet can lead us to understanding what is necessary to achieve the best balance for the individual.