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Isn't maintenance what we do on a daily basis -- whether good or bad?!  Regardless of what we think, our body only understands what we do!

If you think chiropractic and joint care doesn't make sense, you will... Read more


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    One of the more frequent excuses for not exercising is that there is just not enough time in the day.  If you really want to be healthy then you are going to have to “make” time for exercise.  This is not... Read more

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    You were meant to move.  Every joint in your body is deeply imbedded with mechanoreceptors which constantly notify your brain when the joint is functioning properly.  You have muscles that rely on the... Read more

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    Just returned from a national convention on health care changes.  We discussed the new regulations coming with what many call Obamacare.  Each state is required to create a plan, a health exchange.  Good news, current... Read more

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    Maybe it will go away.

    How many times have you found yourself in pain and told yourself these words?  By saying these words, you are ignoring the signs.  The signals that your... Read more

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    Life constantly presents you with challenges.  It probably wouldn’t be a complete day with out having that phone call reminding you to have your children’s teeth checked, the dry cleaning hasn’t been... Read more

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    Chiropractic was founded by a man named Daniel David Palmer.  Those in the profession merely make reference to him as D.D. Palmer.  In the late 1800’s D.D. was an avid student of the human body and began... Read more

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    Preparedness is something that needs to be done daily. One never knows when a challenge, a storm, or a dangerous cliff is in our immediate future. Someone once said to survive these kinds of risks, we would need to have a... Read more

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    As a chiropractor, there have been many opportunities to witness the tragedies of people attempting to self-adjust or “crack” their neck or back.  There was one occasion that comes to mind when a patient... Read more

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    Change is not always an easy transition to make, but when truth becomes even more and more apparent, it has to happen.

    In the mid-1800’s there was a man by the name of Ignaz... Read more