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  • Therapeutic massage: Pain or Pleasure?
    What comes to mind when you hear “therapeutic massage”?  Pain?  Being pounded on?  For many people, “therapeutic massage” is synonymous with deep tissue and trigger point massages.However, that is not Read more
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    Vitamin D and your Spine.In a recent study,   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5081317/,  to determine Vit. D deficiency in patients with degenerative disc and spine disease who were having spine surgery they found that Read more
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    Prevent up to 91% of case ofobesity and Type 2 diabetes Prevent up to 50% of all casesof Heart Disease Reduce Read more
  • The 33 Chiropractic Principles
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  • Soda/Pop/Sodapop/Coke, It doesn't matter what you call it as long as you call it empty calories.
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    Week 8 This week focus on taking theright supplements This week focus on taking the right supplementsThere are many Read more
  • More youtube videos????
    Hits the nail right on the head. This costs nothing but your time. The only question is will you make time??? Read more
  • Van Halen, Who doesn't love them?
    Van Halen is one of the Best rock and roll groups ever!!! Okay I know not quite what you may be thinking in a health Read more
  • Health Tip Week #7
    Week 7 This week focus on watching lesstelevisionThe average American watches almost 5 hours of TV every day! Challenge yourselfto watch as little as possible, see if you can watch Read more
  • Health Tip Week #6
    Week 6 This week start eating as many vegetables as possible. Try to eat at least 3servings of vegetables every day. The more, different types Read more
  • Health Tip Week #5
    Week 5 Investin Your Health and WellnessIt is the most important asset you have. Investing in your health will help youavoid many health care costs in the Read more
  • Thank You!
    Just aquick and simple blog today to remind us of how fortunate we are for what wehave. I Read more
  • Health Tip Week #4
    Week 4See your Chiropractor as often as they recommendLife gets busy. Of course, It does, if you are a regular follower you know thatI have missed the Read more
  • Health Tip Week #3
    Week 3eliminate all artificial sweeteners from your "Diet This week eliminate all artificial sweeteners from your"Diet".The first 2 weeks were easy (water and exercise), things Read more
  • Health Tip Week #2
      Week 2Exercise 3 time per week. This week focus on Exercising at least 3 times per weekfor at least 30 minutes.If Read more

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