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  • Nutrition for Musculoskeletal Conditions
    By now, you should have read most of my blogs leading up to this issue, Nutrition. I have learned over the years, you can exercise, stretch, do yoga, receive chiropractic Read more
  • How Chiropractic Relates to Our Health?
    Most of my patient know that I like to explain how chiropractic affects your health. Many times after palpating a patients spine, I may ask a strange question like: “Have you Read more
  • Chiropractic and Extremities
    Today, I decided to focus on a topic that most people do not know about until I enlighten them. Chiropractors do work on extremities. You may ask, “What is an Read more
  • Why Chiropractic and Acupuncture Together?
    I once had a professor that said acupuncture is the glue to an adjustment. I have found this statement to be true repeatedly. Sometimes when a patient comes in for Read more
  • What Can Acupuncture Treat?
    A common question in my office is: What Can Acupuncture Treat?  It is difficult for me to answer this question because it can treat a variety of conditions. I typically like Read more
  • The Difference Between Acupuncture and Dry Needling
    First, I want to express that Dry Needling and Acupuncture are NOT the same thing. I have patients come into my office saying they are getting dry needling done and Read more
  • How Does Acupuncture Really Work?
    How does Acupuncture Really Work?Patients ask me this question all the time. I find that there are usually two definitions. The allopathic/medical definition, and then the Eastern Medicine definition. I Read more
  • PCOS, Endometriosis, and Infertility: What Do They All Have In Common?
    I wanted to conclude the last week of women’s hormones month with a discussion on PCOS, Endometriosis, and Infertility and what they all have in common. Scientists have discovered that the Read more
  • Are My Adrenals Making Me Sick?
    I find the Adrenal Glands to be the root cause of most women’s conditions. Because women have so many extra hormones vs men, when we become stressed, we seem to Read more
  • Do I Have a Thyroid Problem?
    First, we need to know the chemicals and hormones involved with the thyroid, so you can better understand how it works. TRH = Thyroid Releasing hormone. This is made by the Hypothalamus, Read more