How can a guy live and understand his own $h!t? – ChiroHustle Podcast 182 with David Coberly, DC

Dr. David Coberly is the owner and one of two Chiropractors at Carmel Wellness located in Carmel, Indiana. Dr. David and the Carmel Wellness team strive to provide specific corrective and wellness-based chiropractic care to those in our community who are “sick and tired of being sick and tired.” This root-cause approach to health allows the body to function optimally and thus allows you to live life fully.

Prior to earning his Doctor of Chiropractic, Dr. David was in the Army National Guard, where he was a Radiology Specialist (68P). It was while Dr. David was at Fort Campbell, that he realized he no longer wanted to become a medical doctor.

“I would often see the same sick people, getting sicker, and only being prescribed more and more medications. That didn’t sit right with me. If I want to be a drug dealer, I would do it the right way and not pay taxes on it or go to school.”

Shortly after finishing up his time at Fort Campbell, Dr. David met his Chiropractic mentor, who told him that he was going to do something much better for humanity and become a chiropractor.

“Doc actually explained to me what true health is, and it jived with me. It got me excited and my life’s purpose was realized.”

Dr. David is married to his best friend and partner in crime, Jessica (fun fact, they met on a dating app). They have two amazing kids: 5-year-old daughter Aubrey and 3-year-old son Hunter.

When not changing and saving lives in the office, Dr. David is an avid shooter, hunter, fisherman, and hanger-outer with his family and friends.

“It is my goal to help every person I encounter live life to their fullest potential. A life not limited by pain or symptom, but optimized from the inside out. If I can help you be a better version of you, that means you are a better wife, husband, father, mother, employee, employer, etc. When you are better, you make those around you better.”

Expect Better. Be Better. Do Better.

Live Life Optimally

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