Accessing Super Willpower, with Dr. Deborah Hill

April 27, 2022
The finalized Shielders program, which will serve as the centerpiece of The Shielders Company, will include all the latest breakthroughs and all changes and tweaks to the Shielders Method that have come about thanks to the very valuable help they received from early adopters and those who helped with the clinical trials. Her determination to reward everyone who has helped Shielders go national is based on Dr. Deborah Hill's strong desire to make sure she shows proper appreciation for everything she receives from others.

This makes sense, since this is why Dr. Deborah Hill she became a chiropractor in the first place. And her patients are largely happy with her work. Dr. Hill, is a licensed and board certified doctor of chiropractic who operates in the state of California. She has treated a great many patients for many conditions over several decades. However, while all chiropractors treat patients for many types of ailments and medical conditions, Dr. Hill has chosen to concentrate on personal betterment as a way for her patients to lead a better life.

The Shielders Company and Dr. Deborah Hill

October 23, 2021
Above all else, Dr. Deborah Hill became a licensed and board-certified chiropractor in the state of California because she wanted to help people. That is the case for most people who enter the medical profession. However, unlike many other highly accomplished doctors of chiropractic in and out of California who have treated many patients for all kinds of medical conditions, Dr. Hill has always had a slightly different focus, on personal betterment. That is because she wants her patients to lead a better life.

That is why Dr. Deborah Hill’s efforts often extend well beyond short-term treatment and cure. Back in the 1980s, for example, when she a director of the West Burbank Chiropractic Center, she developed a practice called Myoprobe Therapy. That type of therapy was unique, in that it tended to eliminate pain and produce a full range of movement for those who suffered pain, including arthritis sufferers, all without the use of medications, including those capable of causing lasting harm to patients. By showing patients the power of the mind, she was reducing the possibility of addiction.