“Charlie” came in the other day with a sour look on his face. When I asked what was wrong, he explained that his cardiologist was changing his medications and his diet again because his blood pressure, triglycerides, and
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
When we think about joint pain and stiffness, we usually think of senior citizens. You probably see them all the time (especially if you live here in Southwest Florida) slowly shuffling down the aisles at the grocery store.
Welcome to February!
While most people have long since given up on their New Year’s Resolutions, we’re pressing forward, growing from week to week, letting consistency drive us to our goals.
I’m so glad you’re here today. I want to show you
I hope you had a great Thanksgiving weekend, and the thoughts we shared on Wednesday and Thursday were helpful to you in making it memorable. After all, it’s all about wholeness – wellness for the whole person.
Since 2013, I’ve heard more
On “Move Right Mondays” we talk about the benefits of natural movement, as opposed to expensive gym memberships with complicated equipment and workout regimens. Those things have their place, but it’s been my observation that most people don’t normally benefit from that
Shouldn’t an article on the benefits of gardening come on “Wellness Wednesday?”
Wouldn’t you expect to read about the amazing abundance of nutrients in home-grown vegetables on Wednesday?
Well, sure…if you want to read about something obvious.
But you already know that garden-fresh