Lotus Specific Chiropractic is our cash-based program. We have found that a majority of people, who have health insurance, that they spend a lot of money paying for it without any real benefit due to their high deductibles, limited number of chiropractic visits, or simply no chiropractic benefit at all. Lotus is a membership program which allows members to choose not to go through their insurance and instead pay a low monthly price of $179.00 per month for UNLIMITED visits! Therefore, giving the patient better control over their own healthcare instead of leaving it to the big bad insurance company to dictate what they need.
Lotus members have the flexibility and conveniency of coming in during open adjustment hours, discounts on products and services, and the ability to add an additional family member or loved one for $69 a month for the same care.
We have found that most insurance companies take about 30 days to tell us what the patients out of pocket cost will be and by that time they might potentially have a huge bill!! This program eliminates that possibility from occurring and allows the doctor to provide better and more accurate care for the patient.
With its roots based in mud, the lotus submerges every night into murky river water, and—undeterred by its dirty environment—it miraculously reblooms the next morning without residue on its petals.
In Buddhist symbolism the lotus is symbolic of
purity of the body, speech, and mind. While rooted in the mud, its flowers
blossom on long stalks as if floating above the muddy waters of attachment and
desire. It is also symbolic of detachment as drops of water easily slide off
The Ancient Egyptian Scholars observed that in the nighttime the lotus closed its flowers and sank into the water so they came up with a different association with the flower related to rebirth and the Sun; in fact, the lotus slowly emerges from a pond over a three day period and then blooms in the morning until mid-afternoon. The ancient Egyptians believed lotuses had the ability to resurrect the deceased, as seen in Book of the Dead transformation spells.
It also led the great Chinese Philosopher, Confucius, to state “I have a love for the Lotus, while growing in mud it still remains unstained”.
“The lotus flower blooms most beautifully from the deepest and thickest mud.” But the flower also has a fascinating will to live. A lotus seed can withstand thousands of years without water, able to germinate over two centuries later.
The lotus stunned people with its ability to dip into the grime and revive itself unscathed—an incredible daily cycle of life, death, and a sudden immaculate rebirth that can only be described as spiritual.
The flower also blooms in the most unlikely of
places such as the mud of murky river water in Australia or Southern Asia. Not
only does it find sanctuary in the muck, but due to the waxy protection layer
on its petals, its beauty is blithely unaffected when it reblooms each morning.
It continues to resurrect itself, coming back just as beautiful as it was last
seen. With such refusal to accept defeat, it’s almost impossible not to
associate this flower with unwavering faith. Although cultures have largely
dubbed the lotus as a spiritual figurehead, it is most emblematic of the faith
within ourselves. It is particularly what the Buddhist proverb, aims to edify;
living life with unwavering faith, as the lotus does, ensuring the most
In a similar manner, the human body has cells that become dead or diseased and detach or slough-off. This delicate balance between new cells being created to replace the dead and dying cells maintains a level of purity and optimal function. Life begins and is controlled through the nervous system which begins in the brain and flows downward through the nerve system to every cell, tissue, and organ. This connection of the center of life to the glandular and organic functions of the body goes much deeper than a mind-body connection. The nerve system is the master control system and is obligated with far more than regulation and control and actually precedes the function of adaptability of the individual and organism.