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Monthly Archives: August 2011
You get to choose the energy you vibrate with, watch to learn more. Every thought you have is energy being put out into the universe. When you are focusing on pain, what kind of energy are you putting out? I … Continue reading
A Canadian study has found that certain foods are better at decreasing bad cholesterol than cholesterol lowering statin drugs, and diets high in saturated fats. http://www.latimes.com/health/la-he-cholesterol-lowering-foods-20110824,0,7258520.story This article puts it nicely, “what you eat may be more important than what … Continue reading
Dr. Mike speaks about his experience with chiropractic as a patient finding relief from a work related injury that led to back pain, his journey to becoming a chiropractor and the role chiropractic plays in his role as a father.
Lisa speaks about her experience with chiropractic as a patient finding relief from sciatica during pregnancy, as a chiropractic office manager, and as a mother.
According to a new World Health Organization report, a hospital visit is riskier than flying on a plane. http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/story/2011/07/22/patient-safety-hospital-infections.html. Some people are going to misread this blog and think I am saying hospitals are killers, don’t ever go to one, … Continue reading
Leslie speaks about her experience with chiropractic as a patient finding relief from jaw pain, shoulder pain, and back pain as a child, as a chiropractic health assistant, and as a mother.
How Dr. Nancy started as a chiropractic patient with migraines, headaches, and upper back pain and her journey to becoming a chiropractor and chiropractic mama.
I was digging around in my desk for some scrap paper and I find a calendar saying “Take two baby aspirin a day…” I’m in my mid thirties. At first I feel afraid thinking I’ll be 40 in a few … Continue reading
Oh My Goodness!!! I can’t believe, well I guess I can but just don’t want to, that 20% of parents are willing to drugs their children with no medical reason. “Most of us would never drug our kids, right? That’s … Continue reading