Live Right: Taking Back Control of Your Whole Life

Ultimately, “living right” comes down to taking an active role in managing your whole wellness, which has been the theme of my last few articles. If I have one core purpose as a healthcare professional, it’s to give you the keys to your own wellness and the knowledge to maintain it yourself for a lifetime.

Christmas And The Healthy Brain

The holidays are in full swing now and my prayer is that you are enjoying them in good health and joy. As 2018 winds to a close and we step into 2019, I’ve been thinking a lot about your brain. After all, your brain is the hub of all wellness – physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, […]

Healthy Brain How-To: Know The Risk Factors of Dementia

 Protecting your brain sounds like something football players would be concerned with. Every few years, the NFL makes updates to the design of their helmets, based on the latest research, to reduce the risk of concussion or brain injury. It’s a good idea, but it doesn’t help the rest of us much. I don’t suggest […]

Let’s Get Real: Emotional Wellness Through Emotional Detox

On last week’s Wellness Wednesday, as we were talking about the power of intermittent fasting, I mentioned that I would be leading into an in-depth study of the power of ketogenesis, which is a powerful, well-researched nutrition plan that is growing daily in popularity, thanks to some well-marketed blogs and videos. I am absolutely going […]

Chiropractic 101: Understanding Why Adjustments Matter To Your Wellness

When a chiropractor starts a weekly blog, you naturally expect it to be mostly about chiropractic stuff, don’t you? But here we are, over three years later, and I just realized that I can count on one hand the number of articles I’ve written about what we might call “chiropractic in the strictest sense.” You know…stuff […]

What The Rest of the World Can Teach Us About Healthy Eating

I don’t know about you, but I love to travel. Some of my most-cherished life memories are set in far-away places. Costa Rica is a personal favorite of mine. There is something about stepping away from the daily routines of life and experiencing something fresh and new that excites me. It’s easy to lose yourself […]

Meditation and Its Effects on Brain-Mind Health

For the past two weeks, we have been looking at principles of meditation as a method of stress management, and some of the benefits to your physical health. If you’ve ever been caught in traffic late for work, anxious about a biopsy, or dreading a meeting at work, you know first-hand how stress in your […]

How Your Thought Life Impacts Your Health

One of the foundational principles of my practice – and our “Wellness Wednesday” series – is that humans are multi-faceted beings, and all of the facets are interwoven. I am a spirit, I live in a body, and I have a mind, will, and emotions. Interwoven Systems The link between diet and physical health is […]

Don’t Get Run Over By Your Spare Tire

The spare tire. The muffin top. The beer belly. So many names for a brutal killer. If you missed last week’s “Wellness Wednesday,” we talked about Metabolic Syndrome, a disorder where three or more systems associated with digestion and sugar management are failing at once. The conditions most commonly associated with Metabolic Syndrome are abdominal […]

When “Move Right” Met “Think Right”

One thing I’ve stated repeatedly since I started this blog over a year ago is that we are multi-faceted beings. As a chiropractor, my first mandate is to help people achieve and maintain optimum physical health, but I began to recognize very early on that spinal adjustments and joint manipulation can only take you so […]

Living Well By Living Out Your Thanks

Happy Thanksgiving!! I hope you’re having (or getting ready to have) a great day, surrounded by friends, family, and food. I also hope you read yesterday’s “Wellness Wednesday,” where I did NOT scold you for your Thanksgiving food choices, but gave you a couple simple tips for making the most of your celebration. Over the […]

Like a Good Neighbor…the Power of Community

I’ve built walls, A fortress deep and mighty, That none may penetrate. I have no need of friendship; friendship causes pain. It’s laughter and it’s loving I disdain. I have my books And my poetry to protect me; I am shielded in my armor, Hiding in my room, safe within my womb. I touch no […]

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