Taking Back Control of the Aging Process

Every day that passes, your body gets a day older, right? Maybe. This week, I want to help you look at aging from a different perspective – going to go all the way down to the cellular level.

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.

Do You Want To Be Well? How Physical Wellness Is Linked To Mental Wellness

Do you want to be well? Seems like an obvious question with an obvious answer. Of course I want to be well. Right? Here at Fundamental Health Solutions, my license says “chiropractor,” and that’s true, but I’m first and foremost a wellness coach, and in over 25 years of practice, I’ve found that “wellness” means […]

Putting The Power (of Wellness) Back In Your Hands

In order to serve my patients and readers as best I can, I do a lot of research. Tons of reading: medical journals, favorite websites, great books. I always want to stay up to date on the latest research into wellness and longevity, so I can give you the power to achieve great health. I’ve […]

Let’s Get Back To The Fundamental

People sometimes ask me why I named my practice Fundamental Health Solutions. When you’re thinking about a name for a business, you want to capture the core values that underpin the whole operation. For me, that was getting people back to the basics of wellness. I’ve been practicing for over 25 years now (I can […]

Your Official 2019 Wellness Checkup Checklist

Welcome to 2019! I hope this new year finds you blessed, healthy, optimistic and surrounded by people who love you. I want to get right into today’s topic: my 2019 Wellness Checkup Checklist. Time To Take Stock Of Life New Year’s Day is one of those great opportunities we have during the year to stop […]

Your Holiday Weight Loss Strategy

If there are two things that always seem to go along with holidays, they are: Weight gain Ads for miracle weight loss plans If you’ve been in the checkout line at your favorite grocery store lately, you’ve probably seen the ads. First, they shame you for your body shape, then they hold the carrot of […]

A Three-Sided Attack To Fight Holiday Depression

The holidays are funny sometimes. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, according to Andy Williams, and I have to say I agree…for the most part. But this is the time of year when the people I talk to give me “that smile” when they’re wishing me a merry Christmas. You know that smile…it’s […]

Thanksgiving Wellness: A Guilt-free Holiday Article

This is the time of year when the topic of food moves to the front burner. The morning shows bring in celebrity chefs and “health experts” that tell you to eat more “heart-healthy” margarine instead of butter on your biscuits. As if. The fitness and glamour magazines talk about how you can lose that holiday […]

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 […]

Sustainable Wellness: A New Dashboard For Good Health

In last week’s “Wellness Wednesday,” as I was introducing our next Fundamental Foods and Friends guest speaker, Dr. Jacqueline Romero, I said the following: “Dr. Romero has a traditional family practice in Naples, but what she has mastered is the ability to help people use natural means to overcome disease and walk in sustainable wellness.” […]

The False Facebook Face: How Hiding Your Real Self Can Make You Sick

Several months ago, a patient whom I’ll call “Bruce” came in for a regular adjustment. I’ve known Bruce professionally for a few years. He is gregarious, quick with a joke or a snarky comment, and easy to talk to. His Facebook page is full of pictures of his friends, his kids, and his grandkids. He had […]

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