In addition to having a husband and two children, Dr. Donna Klucharich has a busy health care practice. Known to her patients simply as “Dr. Donna,” she looks too young to have been in practice for 26 years.
As a teen athlete, she was passionate about living an active, healthy lifestyle. Immediately after high school, she decided to become a chiropractor to align her work with her ideals.
You can hear the enthusiasm in Dr. Donna’s voice as she describes her career journey.
I attended a rough Youngstown, Ohio, middle-high school that thickened my skin as I learned what physical pain really felt like. Boxing became my hobby and survival technique for about five years. Early in my boxing experiences, an injury sent me crashing to the floor, my spine exploding in pain.
Suppose you are enjoying an African safari. Suddenly you see a sad site: an elephant lying in the dirt, struggling in the final throes of death. Worse yet, he is being attacked by three vultures and one skinny hyena. Moments later, the once-invincible beast lies dead. Who killed the elephant? It is true that the vultures and hyena played a part in its demise, but it is unlikely that they could conquer this kingly creature unless it had already been weakened by disease or injury. The same is true with sunlight and skin cancer.
At our Healing Revolution Summit, July 18th-20th this summer, my close friend, fellow homeopath, and voice of the health freedom movement, Dr. Robert Scott Bell, will join me in helping you awaken your inner healing power. Please take a moment to read his inspiring message.
Healing Power to the People, Robert Scott Bell, D.A. Hom
Remember the “polar vortex” that pummeled North America with snow storms and record-breaking low temperatures this past winter? Well, there’s a new vortex in town and it’s making headlines on CNN, The Weather Channel, Fox News, and other networks.
A polar bear transported from his natural environment above the Arctic Circle to the Death Valley of California won’t survive long there in the Mojave Desert. A fish dies without water. We can’t survive without our connection to the sunlight, the air, the soil and the earth.
Caring for animals is one of my greatest passions. Growing up on a farm, I worked with horses, cattle, pigs, chickens and many other animals. I also kept my own “little zoo” (as I liked to call it). I had frogs (hundreds of them), hawks, snakes and an alligator I kept in my shower (until my parents found out). They were all pets to me.
Now I live on a ranch in Western North Carolina where I have bison, camels, yak, and of course, my family dogs and cats. I have nurtured many of them through health difficulties, including allergies.
I had some health problems when I was five years old. In fact, I was so weak and frail that my parents were worried that I might not survive. They took me to several doctors and the best they could guess was that I might have a serious illness. I was tired and lethargic all the time. I couldn’t put any meat on my skinny bones.