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All About Chiropractic

What is a subluxation? A subluxation is a nerve disturbance effecting how the brain gets and sends messages from and to every single organ, tissue, cell, muscle, joint, ligament, etc in the body. Do I need chiropractic even if I … Continue reading

Top Priority Healing

Did you know that your body heals what is most important first?  Occasionally we might make a mistake in establishing our priorities, but the body doesn’t.  If your painful shoulder or back is not responding as quickly as you would … Continue reading

Shoulder, Arm, and Hand Problems

Chiropractors correct vertebral subluxations which cause spinal nerve stress.  Depending on which nerves are affected you may experience pain, tingling, tightness, weakness, pins-and-needles, or other symptoms in these body parts. Your brachial plexus is made up of nerves which come … Continue reading

Seven Secrets to Health

7 Secrets to health and better healing Secret #1 – Sick care is not health care. You must know the difference. Secret #2 – Pain, although unpleasant to experience, is a necessary biological process for survival and alerts us to … Continue reading

Accidents and Trauma, and the Importance of Chiropractic

If you have ever been in an accident or suffered a trauma you need to have your spine checked by a doctor of chiropractic.  Any subluxations (vertebrae out of place) created in your spine during the accident often remain in … Continue reading

Is your spine healthy?

Here are some easy ways to find out: Do the heels of your shoes wear out unevenly?  This may be due to uneven leg length or stress along the length of the spine. Are you able to take a satisfying … Continue reading

9 Foods NOT To Give Your Kids!

Many children aren’t getting the nutrients they need out of the foods they are eating.  Childhood obesity is on the rise and most signs are pointing to the next generation having a life expectancy that is shorter than their parents.’ … Continue reading

Infant Neck Strengthening Prevents Torticollis

Torticollis, or wryneck, literally means “twisted neck” in Latin.  In newborns, torticollis can happen due to positioning in the womb or after a difficult childbirth. This condition is called torticollis and can give your baby a tilted head and make … Continue reading

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The Bones Around Your Brain

Your skull is not a single bone but is made up of many cranial bones.  You have eight larger bones that protect your brain and fourteen smaller bones that make up the lower front of your skull.  These cranial bones … Continue reading