Fitness and Chiropractic – Start at The Beginning

Posted by on Jun 4, 2014 in Chiropractic, Chiropractic and Athletes, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Fitness and Chiropractic – Start at The Beginning

What a great topic, fitness and chiropractic, they would seem to be a match made in heaven. But are they really? Fitness can mean so many different things. For one person it means running, biking, yoga and for another it may involve lifting weights, martial arts or playing tennis. The world of fitness has been expanding into what is called Functional fitness, which is based on using more everyday movements with or without weights through specific programming. Part of the goal is to help people be fit from a well rounded or broad point of view...

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Chiropractic and Electricity for The Holiday Season

Posted by on Dec 16, 2013 in Chiropractic | 0 comments

Chiropractic and Electricity for The Holiday Season

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 still not connected to the source.  It isn’t until his wife ‘adjusts’ the switch in the garage and turns the MAIN Power on that the light show begins. ...

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Starter’s Spine and the Chiropractor

Posted by on Nov 25, 2013 in Chiropractic and Athletes, Uncategorized | 0 comments

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.  Adjustments themselves are gentle and comfortable, but your spine may respond with some soreness to the increased motion and new positioning.  But...

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Chiropractor and Halloween

Posted by on Oct 28, 2013 in Chiropractic | 0 comments

  What do Zombies and the chronically Subluxated have in common?  Both are doomed to aimlessly wander the earth more DEAD – than fully ALIVE!

It’s common for those suffering with chronic Subluxations to feel tired, fatigued and disinterested in Life – like they’re barely existing.  If left undetected, chronic Subluxations interfere with the normal flow of power in your Nerve System, leaving you physically, mentally and emotionally drained.  The result: you end up walking around in a trance-like state, clueless to the fact...

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Chiropractors help you get your house in order

Posted by on Oct 21, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Professional real estate flippers can recognize the beauty and value in any dilapidated house.  Take a home on the brink of falling apart, install some new hardwood floors, fix the foundation, upgrade the kitchen and bathroom fixtures and voila, you recouped your investment and much more. Flipping spines is similar. Many patients begin their care with dilapidated spines.  Kyphotic cervical curves, degenerating discs and postural distortions, all compounded by inefficient electrical (nerve) system function.  These are the signs of neglect that...

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Health Rights and the Affordable Care Act

Posted by on Oct 16, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

You’re no doubt familiar with the basic human rights penned by Thomas Jefferson.   Our Creator did indeed bless us with Life, freedom and the ability to pursue happiness.  But when it comes to your healthcare, it’s important not to confuse rights with responsibilities.  For example, ·   While you have the RIGHT to eat at any restaurant that suits your taste – You are RESPONSIBLE for choosing healthy items on the menu to fuel your body properly. ·    While you have the RIGHT to sit on the couch and watch football all day – You are...

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Test

Posted by on Oct 5, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Testing the fb app.

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Termites and Hurricanes

Posted by on Feb 26, 2013 in Chiropractic | 0 comments

Termites and Hurricanes

Termites do more damage than all the hurricanes in Florida. What does this mean? It means the little things/choices that we make, can eat away at our health. We often think it’s the big traumas and major events that are the biggest robbers of health. The most challenging part of this is that it’s difficult to measure the smaller changes day to day. So, we wait and continue our habits that are slowly dragging us down. Another problem is that these slow changes are progressive in nature. This means that they do not stay the same,...

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Is Your Power On?

Posted by on Feb 13, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Electricity is out in many towns and communities from our recent Blizzard Nemo. Many of us were very fortunate to keep power, we saw our lights flicker, in some case, go out for a short period of time and then back on. Well, I was talking with a Practice Member this week and asked a question I ask quite often. “Are you ready to get your Power Turned On?” The Practice Member said; “What do you mean, we didn’t lose our power?” I realized at this point that the person thought I was talking about Nemo. So,…I...

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Does my insurance cover Chiropractic care?

Posted by on Jan 11, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Does my insurance cover Chiropractic care?

Do you take insurance? Or, does my insurance cover Chiropractic care? These are two of the most common questions I have heard since opening in 1997. Insurance is changing rapidly, and not for the better. The answer is actually quite simple but explanation will help you understand. Whether it covers depends on your plan and whether you need Chiropractic at the time. First, it is called health insurance, yet it is mainly based on helping people with diseases, or significant issues, it has very little to do with actual HEALTH. It should be...

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