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Opioids: chasing and masking pain.

How did we get here? Starting from when we are young we develop a relationship with pain where we will do anything to prevent it or place a band-aid (either metaphorical or literal) on the place that is hurting.  We mask, medicate, and desire for it to go away as quickly as possible. We view…

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What is Nutrition Response Testing? Video Demonstration

Nutrition Response Testing

What is Nutrition Response Testing? Nutrition Response Testing is very precise and scientific.  However, if I were to analyze you using Nutrition Response Testing before it was explained to you, you might find it strange, or simply not believable – only because it is probably very different from anything you may have experienced before.  I…

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Chiropractic Care for Children

According to the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, parents of children who receive chiropractic adjustments have reported the following unexpected improvements: Improved sleeping Improved behavior and attitude Improved immune system function In addition, we have seen great success in improving focus, attention disorders, performance at school, athletic performance, less illness during flu season, and much more.…

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Women’s Health

  How many of you women have, or know of another woman who has serious health concerns but just cannot seem to get to the root of the cause? How many times have you heard of a woman who has gone through weeks, months, years of doctoring to find out the cause of weight gain,…

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Who Do You Blame For Your Health?

Who do you blame for your health?

To Be or Not To…Healthy…That is the Question. It’s not “because of” your mom, dad, husband, wife, kids, job being too busy, or any other excuse, rationalization or justification you give for not living a healthy lifestyle. It’s only about your choice! Choose a better lifestyle that includes healthy nutrition, daily exercise, mindfulness, and Chiropractic.…

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How Physical Pain is Linked to Emotions

I recall a patient that injured his back when he was a child.  His mother had been in the act of scolding him for climbing a tree when he fell from the tree and injured himself.  She lectured him, saying that he would not have been hurt if he had not disobeyed and had used…

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Risk of Common Bacteria Medication

A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, shows there is an increase of cardiovascular death in patients taking azithromycin (Zithromax).  The risks of cardiovascular death associated with levofloxacin (Levaquin) treatment were similar to those associated with azithromycin treatment. Azithromycin belongs to a class of antibacterial drugs called macrolides, which have been…

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