Happy November! It this season, we are prompted to “give thanks”. Many people have been challenged beyond what they have ever experienced before during these last few months. Many have complained because they have to do this or they have to do that. Others have seemed to go with the flow. We have been advised to stay…

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Chiropractic adjustments are like peak performance tune-ups for your body. They help to keep you body functioning at its best regardless of the presence or absence of symptoms. Every human being under every circumstance will function at a higher level when your master controller – your nervous system – is free from interference. Has everyone…

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As most of you already know, I recently had cataract surgery on my left eye. I knew my vision was compromised and driving at night was becoming more of an issue. I recruited family and friends to be the drivers after sundown and relied on “cheaters” more and more. I had had trauma to my left eye…

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I hope we can all agree that death is an example of really bad health. Right?  One of the defining characteristics of being alive is the ability to respond to and adapt to one’s environment.  We have previously discussed how vertebral subluxations (misaligned spinal bones causing nerve interference) cause cells to malfunction and die —…

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As summer winds down and Autumn starts to peak around the corner, we are reminded to celebrate life. Although many aspects of our lives are very different, we should choose to focus on the positive and celebrate our accomplishments and opportunities. How our children attend school is different and can change on a dime. Many…

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These past few months have been different and certainly not what we expected for 2020. We have changed our ways of thinking, changed how we work and shop, changed how we interact with others (I think this bothers me the most – I miss hugs and handshakes) and we miss seeing smiles. Sometimes it feels…

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Throughout our lives, we have set goals and created to-do lists. Some of those goals and items listed are more tedious and time consuming than others.Some take great effort and additional skills. Some bring joy and some are a necessary evil. We have found what differentiates a joyful task and one that is not may…

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SCREENING GUIDELINES (subject to change) As per the CDC, if you have a fever, cough or difficulty breathing, have been in contact with someone who has been exposed to COVID-19, or have recently been in a known COVID-19 hotspot, call your medical provider for advice. And please stay home. We will not offer care to…

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