I hope you are enjoying the holiday season, because we are in the thick of it now. If not, relax. It will only be a few more weeks.
Last Thursday, my friend, Kathy Feinstein did an amazing
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
I know it’s time to talk about Thanksgiving, but I’ve had some really good conversations with people about our recent “Wellness Wednesday” articles on loneliness and isolation, and it absolutely ties in.
It seems we all 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