Project Summary and Funding Goals for ‘Life, Adjusted.’

Project Summary and Funding Goals for ‘Life, Adjusted.’

GoAskLee is a proud supporter of The Pet And Wildlife Fund and the film ‘Life, Adjusted.’

‘Love of animals is a universal impulse, a common ground on which all of us may meet. By loving and understanding animals, perhaps we humans shall come to understand each other.’ – Dr. Louis J Camuti

Kacie Flegal, D.C. and film maker Sean Nipper are pleased to be in production of an epic film project entitled, ‘Life, Adjusted’. The vision of this project is to explore a new perspective on health and life expression through the experience of Chiropractic care for animals.

Chiropractic is a philosophy, science and art that acknowledges the innate intelligence within all living things. In humans and animals, this intelligence utilizes the brain and nervous system as its vehicle, and is responsible for orchestrating all other systems and processes in the body. When there is no interference to the flow of this innate intelligence, living beings are able to grow, learn, heal, and thrive from the inside out. Chiropractors release interference by adjusting the spines of vertebrate creatures, thus allowing the opportunity for freedom of life expression.


Please make a donation today!

With your support we will be able to make this documentary and shed light on chiropractic care for animals…..

All donations are tax deductible.

The vision of our film, ‘Life, Adjusted’ is to highlight the power and importance of Chiropractic care, as we enter a new era of healthcare. With this, there is a grand opportunity to recognize and embrace the power that is innate in all living things.

Most people feel a connection to animals, whether a pet, observing them in nature, or as a companion. Being in the presence of an animal under Chiropractic care allows for a non-biased perspective of the impact of the adjustment. Animals live in present time consciousness, and therefore express the experiences they have with complete transparency. When an animal receives an adjustment, the transformation that occurs is immediately observable.

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