The Healing Power of Anagrams

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Cheri and I benefit from the work of two exceptionally gifted healers: Dr. Rocio Huet, our primary-care physician; and Dr. Craig Hennie, our chiropractor.

I’m therefore pleased to note that the letters in “Rocio Huet, healer” rearrange to spell “Hoorah! Elite cure”.

Rocio Huet, Healer

And that those in “Doctor Craig Hennie” also spell out “condition recharge”.

Doctor Craig, Hennie

In choosing health-care allies, my wife and I apply rigorous scientific criteria. Skill, training, track record, compatible philosophy – it all checks out.

But it’s doubly reassuring when the anagrams confirm what we already knew!

Dr. Rocio Huet

Dr. Huet operates a Knoxville practice called University Internal Medicine and Integrative Health.

The “integrative” aspect means she and her team combine mainstream “Western” medicine with less conventional therapies such as acupuncture, nutrition, yoga, reiki, and exercise training.

Okay, exercise may be pretty conventional, but you see my point. Which is:

Team Huet doesn’t mask your symptoms with the latest trendy drug cocktail. Instead, they dig deep to find and correct underlying causes. If prescription medications can help, well and good – but be ready to talk about long-term lifestyle change.

Dr. Craig Hennie

One service Dr. Huet doesn’t offer (yet) is chiropractic adjustment. I’d like to see that change. Meanwhile, Cheri and I owe much of our well-being to the jovial joint-cracking expertise of our own chiropractor, Knoxville’s Dr. Craig Hennie of Homberg Chiropractic.

Over the years, I’ve worked with various chiropractors. Most have excelled at aligning the bones and nerves of the spinal column.

Dr. Hennie, in addition, is an expert on “extremities”: He works wonders with traumatized knees, feet, wrists, elbows, and whatnot.

He’s helped me through three (count ’em!) knee sprains, and two foot injuries, any one of which could easily have retired me from my grueling aerobic conditioning regimen. Thanks to him, I’m still chasing that Energizer Bunny.

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There you have it. If you live in the Knoxville area, you might do well to call up Dr. Huet or Dr. Hennie (or both) and schedule your own checkup.

After all, it’s right there in the anagrams!


Comments

The Healing Power of Anagrams — 7 Comments

  1. Your ability to make anagrams is amazing. I almost said genius, but I don’t want you to have a swelled head. 🌠

  2. Thanks Gary dear for the recommendation and information about these two excellent Doctors, I’m sure if we need them I’ll get more info from you.
    Thanks again for sharing those info

  3. As a Greek, this is another occasion to note the formidable impact of greek language onto other occidental languages, mainly in scientific domains. Here f.ex “anagram” or the neologism “antigram” come from the greek native ones : ανάγραμμα (ανά – γραμμα), αντίγραμμα (αντί – γραμμα) greek words which mean exactly : reordering letters and “counter meaning writing” – Congratulations for your very interesting effort, dear Gary Matthews

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