At Agape Chiropractic, we believe the body is meant to live a long, happy, and health life. The body is always healing and it can heal well or poorly. We feel it is our job to adjust the segments of the spine that do not function properly and point our patients in the right direction for healing well. This means that we will likely recommend exercises, nutritional changes, and changes in the way our patients perform activities of daily living.
Many people have asked us: “Why Agape”? and: “Are you Dr. Agape”? or Are you Greek? Yes, we did take Agape from Greek. Everyone knows that Philadelphia is the “city of brotherly love”. That’s because in Greek, philos is “love”, and adelphos “brother”. Even more, philos implies a brotherly love. But in Greek, there are more words that we translate in English to love. Agape is the highest form of love. It is unconditional and it is demonstrated. There is a scripture that comes to mind that I feel explains the difference. You might recall a conversation that Jesus and Peter were having when Jesus asked Peter if he loved Him. Peter replied: “You know all things, you know I love you”. And then Jesus said something like: “feed my sheep”. If we look at the original Greek writings, Jesus asked Peter if he “Agape” loved him. To which Peter responded: “I “phileo” love you. I believe when Jesus said “feed my sheep”, he was teaching Peter how to Agape love. That is, with action, not mere words.
At Agape Chiropractic, we strive to give the best service possible. To make your choice easy, we have contracted with over 30 health insurance companies. We offer chiropractic, massage, physiotherapy and nutrition guidance.
If you are looking for a chiropractor, we invite you to visit the official website of Agape Chiropractic at http://www.agapechiropractic.com or call us now at (954) 969-8800.
500 S. Cypress Road #4 Pompano Beach, FL 33060