Every minute of news reporting I’ve watched lately has made me long for a return to hurricane coverage. I’m not kidding.
I mean, I’m glad that the hurricanes are over, and our lives are getting back to
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 just got back from a fantastic daddy/daughter trip to New England with my daughter, Taryn. We had a fantastic time in the mountains north of Lake Winnipesaukee, along the border between New Hampshire and Maine. For a
Since the basis of my practice is chiropractic care, back pain is kind of my bread and butter.
It makes sense: people with inflammatory bowel disorder typically don’t think of chiropractors first when looking for treatment. Eventually, I’ll fix that mindset, but
So many of the people that I see in my practice every day are at war.
They look normal on the outside, but inside a battle is raging.
They are battling with obesity, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, diabetes,