On last week’s “Wellness Wednesday,” we introduced a topic that surprised some of our readers.
As I’ve often said here, even though my diploma says, “chiropractor,” my work with patients extends beyond the spine and nervous system.
Even though my shingle says “chiropractor,” one of the core principles of my practice is that wellness is multi-dimensional: adjusting the spine is just one facet of a complete life of health.
If I align your spine,
I am so excited about tomorrow night’s Fundamental Foods and Friends Dinner with our special guest, Jan Etzel. Every dinner we do here is a great time – and they only get better as we go –
This month on “Wellness Wednesdays,” we’ve been looking at strategies for reducing the amount we spend on healthcare. If you’ve been watching the news (or your own checkbook), you know that the cost of healthcare has been going
This week’s “Wellness Wednesday” is going to be a quick one.
I want to follow up on last week’s article because it brought up a couple of key issues that are affecting millions of people (if
I’ve had the privilege of caring for hundreds of patients from a wide variety of occupations: teachers, plumbers, athletes, general contractors, secretaries, pastors, executives, politicians, homemakers, and countless others.
In doing so, I’ve worked with several high-performance
I probably don’t need to say it, but it’s been a rough week for many of us here in Naples.
As a general rule, we live a very comfortable life here, and we tend to be frustrated