By: How we make decisions can tell us a lot about ourselves. Oftentimes, it can show us a lot about ourselves that we didn’t even realize. For example, the simple decision “I am going to go to the store to get some food because I will be hungry.” How many factors go into how to…Read More
By: You’ve probably noticed the word “diet” has become a dirty word. ‘Diet’ books are one of the top selling book categories, with dozens and dozens of new titles on a big seller like Amazon.com at any one time. But over the past few years, they’ve almost all gone out of their way to say…Read More
By: An iconic scene from the movie “Doc Hollywood” shows Dr. Ben Stone, played by Michael J. Fox, the hottest star of the day, upended by the old-time local doctor. The old-timer walks in and saves the day from the panicked newcomer, who was in the midst of making a giant mistake. It turns out…Read More
By: The developer of chiropractic would have fit in beautifully today in our mobile, connected, digital culture. BJ Palmer, the son of chiropractic’s founder, was a remarkable man who took over a tiny healing art and was largely the man responsible for turning it into the second largest healthcare field on the planet. I say…Read More
By: As a chiropractor, the job involves teaching, sharing, and interacting with patients constantly. That is one of the most important, and also one of the best, parts of the job. It is the difference between the realm of the theoretical, and the realm of the real. When you work all day every day with…Read More
And so is (nearly) everyone else.
Between television, phone screen time, coding workshops, and wired school classrooms, many kids today are growing up sedentary.
While at the same time, research has shown that we understand more than ever the benefits of movement for children’s development –
For their physical health, their emotional health and ability to connect, and for their ability to focus and accomplish things in life.Read More
A lesson you learn working in a chiropractic office is that people are motivated by pain.
You have likely experienced this yourself.
A problem arises, seems relatively minor, and gets no attention – until it gets worse, and worse, and worse, and DEMANDS your ATTENTION with PAIN.
The healing process involves a lot of steps. Making calls, setting appointments, getting help. You can probably remember yourself at that point, or can think of a friend or loved one facing it now. Next, there is finding out what is the problem (and what caused it), and what you need to change to get better.Read More