All processes take time. At least in the physical realm.
But what about the emotional and spiritual? Does change require time in the nonphysical? Or does it occur in a moment of decision or insight?
I think so. At least that's my belief.
That means your report of findings can be brief--as long as you equip patients to replicate your explanations.
That means your adjustments can be brief--because your power is in your intent, not visit length.
That means your explanations can be brief--because you use metaphors and examples from real life.
That means your expectations are modest--because you honor and respect the patient and their choices.
Believing that spending more time produces better outcomes is understandable, but time always takes a backseat to intention and certainty. Because whoever has more certainty wins.
Are you more inclined to believe the principles of chiropractic? Or the patient?