A Colorado Springs Doctor Focused on Keeping You Healthy Not Just Fixing You When You Are Broken
Traditional American health care is sometimes referred to as sick care, because it usually kicks in when a patient is symptomatic - think heart attack, diabetes, cancer, coughing, fever, puking, bleeding, etc. This can be expensive for the patient, because they are in a state of emergency at this point and broken down.
Consider this, what costs more: 1) An oil change or 2) Replacing your car engine?
Replacing the car engine on a 2001 Ford Expedition costs 14,000% more than changing its oil.
Now, if your engine is blown, you want to be able to take it somewhere where it can be fixed, no matter the price, right? Right.
And this is where our traditional health care system has shined. We have the coolest, most technologically advanced emergency health care system in the world: cool machines, nano-technology, amazing lasers and scopes, highly-researched prescription drugs, and on and on. In fact, the CIA Factbook tells us that we spend more on health care than any nation in the world (twice as much as second place Canada).
But what if you just maintained your health, rather than seeing a Colorado Springs doctor only when you are sick and broken down? Wouldn't that be a better life experience, not as painful and less costly? Is that even possible? The answer is - to a large extent - "Yes!"
If you would like your Colorado Springs doctor
to help you:
- Pay less for health insurance
- Greatly decrease your Colorado Springs doctor visits
- Increase your life expectancy
- Live at a healthy manageable weight
- Get out of pain now and avoid severe pain in your later years
- Reduce your need for pharmaceutical therapy and prescription drug use, and possibly get off the prescription drugs you are currently on
- Avoid or reduce your likelihood of having deadly diseases like heart disease, cancers and diabetes in which lifestyle choices are a major cause
- Feel great! No more dragging around
- Experience great peace and hope in your life as you regain your health and keep it into your later years
- Be a healthy older person
Then there are things you can do today. One is to meet a Colorado Springs doctor who can help you maintain and improve on your health outside of the walls of a Colorado Springs hospital or clinic, in the comfort of your home, by maximizing your daily choices.
This is exactly what makes Dr. Molly Kallenbach (DC) such an asset to her patients.
If you are sick today, Dr. Kallenbach's health care clinic, near the intersection of Garden of the Gods and Centennial Blvd., can get you back on track. Her clinic can help you get pain free, lose weight, improve your immune function to battle deadly disease, lower your cholesterol, fight back chronic colds and flus, balance your blood chemistry, and more.
On top of being a first-rate preventative health care clinic, Dr. Kallenbach and her staff have helped patients with:
- High Cholesterol
- Can't gain weight
- Can't lose weight
- Prescription drug addiction
- Hashimoto's Thyroiditis
- Loss of bladder control
- Loss of bowel control
- Can't get pregnant
- Carpal Tunnel
- Low Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Shoulder Injuries
- Numbness in hands or feet
- Celiac's Disease
- Bowel disorders
- Irregular menstrual cycles
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Muscular atrophy
- And on and on
Treatments used by this Colorado Springs doctor are best discussed in person, because her treatments vary widely depending on the cause of your ailment.
Still On-the-Fence About This Colorado Springs Doctor? Consider These Health Care Statistics:
Despite spending way more than any country in the world on health care,
The World Health Organization ranks the United States 37th out of 191 countries for health and wellness, which doesn't sound so bad until you see that Columbia is ranked 22nd, 15 spots in
front of us.
The CIA Factbook ranks the US 46th in the world for infant mortality and 50th for life expectancy.
Medical doctor, Barbara Starfield, of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Hygiene published a scary article in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) in 2000 showing that the American Health Care System is likely the third leading cause of death in America behind heart disease and cancer. The total deaths due to the hospital system were estimated at 225,000 year.
She showed that an estimated 106,000 deaths a year are caused by non-error, negative effects of drugs in hospitals, and 7,000 deaths are caused by medication errors. It is important to note that the study focused on deaths in hospitals. It did not include adverse drug reactions (ADRs), and adverse effects that cause disability or discomfort, as well as outpatient deaths, which were sited as 199,000.
If you don't want to become a common American health care system statistic, then you must make different choices than the common American. You must be uncommon.
Selecting a Colorado Springs doctor that can not only help you get healthy when you are sick, but also help you stay out of her office, is a very uncommon choice to make.
To have a meet and greet with Dr. Kallenbach to see if she is the right Colorado Springs doctor for you and to ask your questions, just click on the button below, and select "free consultation."