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Mar 13th

Chiropractic Kids

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Yesterday I had a grandmother ask me why we see sooooooo many kids in our office.  In all honesty…. children are such a common thing in our office that it has been awhile since someone asked me that question.  But, for all of you out there who don’t know why we see so many children, […]

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Feb 11th

Chiropractic and Pregnancy is like Peanut Butter and Jelly

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I was speaking to a wonderfully pregnant mom in the office today (I know… just like every other day), and she made the comparison between her current pregnancy under chiropractic and her previous pregnancy with no chiropractic care.  She had a great deal of pain and difficulty walking with her 1st pregnancy and she just […]

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Dec 16th

ING Syndrome

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  It’s that time of year again.  This time of year is when most of us are under more stress, more tension. A Google search of “mental and physical stress from holidays” will bring up tons of articles by the Mayo Clinic, The American Diabetes Association, Coping with Autism, Psychology Today, & Harvard Medical School […]

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Dec 9th

Clark’s Power Problem

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Clark Griswold stands with bated breath and extension cord in hand as a childlike giddiness overtakes him.  The family drum roll commences, he makes the anticipated electrical connection and VOILA… nothing happens. Clark has a power problem.  Although the extension cords are all connected and each individual Christmas light has been inspected with precision, he’s […]

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Nov 29th

Starter Spine

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Starter’s soreness is common with many physical activities –  the ‘start’ of lifting weights, horseback riding or working in the garden after a long winter off.  ‘Starting’ Chiropractic care is no different. If you have joints, muscles and ligaments that have been inactive, don’t be surprised if you’re sore after your first few Chiropractic sessions. […]

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May 10th

Unwind with Chiropractic

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Ever feel ‘wound up’ from the stresses of life? You feel tight and distorted, like a rubber band that’s been twisted to the brink of snapping? That tension you’re feeling isn’t in your head… it’s actually in your Nerve System. The constant, never ending stress of life builds tension in your nerves like an over […]

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May 10th

The wonderful fever

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Today I had a wonderful Mom come in who gave me the opportunity to remind her about the importance of “the fever”. Her little girl has had multiple fevers in the last few months which she had been treating with children’s tylenol to reduce the fever and bring comfort. The fever would go down, but […]

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May 10th

The Perfect Stress Reboot

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Have you ever had to restart your PC after the hard drive froze? You hit ‘Control+Alt+Delete’ to reboot the operating system and get everything running smoothly again. Your human computer (Nerve System) needs a periodic rebooting too. Your Nerve System gets overwhelmed from daily stress. An urgent work deadline, unexpected family crisis or any inconvenient […]

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May 10th

Smell Something Burning?

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A family physician tells his patient “there are 3 stages of pain. The first stage, the pain is bad enough to catch your attention. The second stage it takes hold of you, and at the third stage it finally compels you to do something about it.” The patient asks his doctor, “when it gets to […]

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May 10th

Lesson from the stairs

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So some of you may have noticed I wasn’t in the office this morning. I had a wonderfully embarrassing fall down some hardwood stairs yesterday. Thank goodness I married a chiropractor . So during my recovery time I’ve had to take some of the advice that I give all of you. I’ve been resting (yep, […]

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