Houston, We Have A Subluxation

Houston, We Have A Subluxation

The brain stem is the most important, central command center of your body (like Houston control). Located at the base of your brain and extending into your upper cervical spine, it serves as the crossing point for trillions of nerve…

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Pharmaceutical False Start

Pharmaceutical False Start

Spike a fever – run for some Tylenol. Get an ear infection – dash for an antibiotic. Big Pharma wants us to race for a drug every time a symptom or illness challenges us. But is it better to let…

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Squat Like A Toddler

Squat Like A Toddler

If you ever want to observe perfect biomechanics, watch a toddler pick up a toy from the floor. You'll never see them bending over, moaning in agony like an old man. They drop their hips, maintain a perfect center of…

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Adjusting The Brown Spots

Adjusting The Brown Spots

You're proud of your lawn. You water it, feed it on schedule and try to keep the neighborhood kids off of it. But you missed a few spots with the fertilizer spreader and now dull, brown patches where the grass…

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Is This In-Dependence

Is This In-Dependence

In a recent Mayo Clinic study, researchers determined that nearly 70 percent of Americans are on at least one prescription drug, and more than half receive at least two prescriptions. Twenty percent of U.S. patients were also found to be…

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Gain Motion – Lose Pain

Gain Motion – Lose Pain

There's an old adage that says "...if you don't use it, you lose it." Nothing could be more true when it comes to inactivity and losing normal function in your body - and your lifestyle may be to blame. It's…

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Don’t Try This At Home

Don’t Try This At Home

Chiropractors often get this question from patients: '"…is it OK to 'adjust' your own spine?" (usually asked after seeing a friend or family member crank their neck from side to side, trying to get it to pop). Well, the answer…

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Hammering A Subluxation

Hammering A Subluxation

If you hit your thumb with a hammer, with a little TLC and time, it will heal. But if you insist on hitting that same thumb over and over again, despite the best therapeutic efforts, the healing won't 'take' because…

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