by Stephanie A. Maj, DC
At first glance, this new book by Stephanie A. Maj, DC, who practices in Chicago, covers familiar ground, noting that four of the five critical steps to wellness are nutrition, stress management, exercise, and removing toxicity. Even she admits that there are a million books talking about these factors. “What makes this volume different,” she notes, “is that it spotlights the one critical step omitted by most other books: removing nerve interference.”
Aimed at the general public, the book’s focus on chiropractic as a way to eliminate nerve interference makes it suitable as a patient education tool as well. The overall message is that “Interference in the nervous system causes interference with the body’s ability to heal itself (immune system) and function properly,” and that “you cannot have wellness without chiropractic.”
Initial reviews of the book have been positive, with endorsements from several chiropractic leaders including Janice Hughes, DC, founder of 2inspire, who said of the book: “Follow the path and steps that Dr. Maj creates for you in this book and unleash your full potential.” Dennis Perman, DC, co-founder of The Masters Circle, added his praise, calling Maj a “gifted healer, a superb communicator, and a significant contributor to the wellness landscape.”
Maj is a graduate of National College, served as a member of the World Chiropractic Alliance Council on Women’s Health, the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, the International Chiropractors Association, and the National Wellness Foundation.