Hi, my name is Dr Andrew St Bernard, and I believe it is my mission and purpose in life to help people experience greater health and live a more purpose-filled life.
Let’s start by asking these key questions:
Is my health exactly where I want it right now?
Do I have the energy, the physique and the brain function to accomplish the goals and dreams I have in the future?
If you said “no” to either of these questions, then I am here to help. It really breaks my heart to witness so many people in my community who are suffering needlessly with health problems. Too often they have accepted a ‘new normal’ that is a far cry from their God-given potential, and they’re missing out on the life they truly deserve.
If you truly want to learn how to improve your health and find the energy, create the physique and unlock the mental capacity to live your best life, then let me treat you to dinner on me. I will be doing a 45 minute presentation showing you the key to taking back control of your health.
About Dr Andrew St Bernard, DC
Dr Andrew is passionate about helping people achieve their God given health potential. Dr Andrew graduated from Life University with honors and has worked and trained under some of the top doctors in the world of chiropractic and natural health care.
Dr Andrew is a renowned speaker and has had the privilege of teaching and leading people in corporations, schools and community organizations. He loves to give back to his local community through dinner and lunch and learn events.
Dr Andrew is a husband to a wonderfully radiant wife Candice, and a father to 3 brilliant and gorgeous girls: Gabrielle, Charlotte and Genevieve. He enjoys strength & physique training and spending time with his family. He is a christ-follower and is passionate about praying with his patients and seeing God use him to make a difference in people’s lives.
I was raised in a single-parent family, one of 4 kids. The unique aspect about our situation was that our dad was given sole custody. As a father, he really did prove himself to be capable of anything, so to me he really was superman. However, in 1998 something happened that changed everything - My dad had a heart attack. He was one of the lucky one’s though, because it’s a 50/50 chance of survival, and it my dad’s case, he lived. So what did he do? The same thing anyone else who has a health crisis does - He went to the hospital.
They had him do the ‘stress test’ where he was forced to exercise at an increasingly difficult rate. He collapsed on the treadmill and had another attack right there in the hospital. Once they had him stabilized, they gave him a little red vial of Nitroglycerin (a vasodilator), and told him to take it anytime he had chest pain in the future… but NO ONE had ever taken the time to sit with him to understand the cause of his problem. All the doctors wanted to do was give him a prescription. They did tell him he needed to exercise and eat better, but without proper guidance and support, he had no idea what this truly meant.
So after the shock of the heart attack had worn off, so did any effort he gave at trying to live healthier. As a result, my dad suffered another heart attack. He would tell my brother and sisters and I to leave him alone on the couch so that he could rest, hoping the pain would go away, and I really had no idea what to do. All I knew at the time was that my dad used to say I could trust him, and that he was “99.99% right”, so I thought he knew what was best for him. He would lay on the couch for 7-8 hrs until the pain subsided. This continued a few more times, until the summer of 2003. I got a phone call that said my dad had another heart attack. You see, I had taken for granted the fact that my dad had survived so many times now that the phone call came more as an inconvenience to me. What I didn’t realize is that this phone call would change my life permanently.
When they told me that he didn’t make it this time, a wave of emotions hit me like a freight train. No one should ever have to deal with a premature loss like I did, and it still affects me to this day. I don’t blame myself for what I didn’t know during the time I could have made a difference for my dad, but I can say this with absolute confidence and certainly: If my dad had met a doctor like who I’ve become, and if he had plugged into the healthcare system that we provide, he’d still be here today. I know this because after 6 years in practice, I have successfully helped many others change the course of their lives and reduced the impact that lifestyle related disease causes. My dad died at 58. He’d have been 70 in March 2016. He never got to meet my wife or his grand kids, and although I know he’d be proud of me, I have made it a purpose of mine not to allow the same fate for others I know I can help.
This is why I am passionate about helping the people in my community, because I don’t want to see another child lose their father or mother well before it was time like my family did.