Learning Center

Factors that, According to Science, Will Influence how Long you Live

2019-09-04T21:35:08+00:00

(Below is a excerpt from a recent Mercola article that popped up in my email. If you do not follow Dr. Mercola postings they are pretty good. Here is the link to the entire article: Full Article ). Based on the below excerpt it would seem that reducing emotional and mental stress along with not [...]

Factors that, According to Science, Will Influence how Long you Live2019-09-04T21:35:08+00:00

My 2 Cents on Using an Inversion Table

2014-12-22T15:16:52+00:00

Below is the short version of IF and HOW an inversion table might be a good option for you.  If you would like to learn more see the full “Will an Inversion Table Work for Me?” article I wrote at: http://ezinearticles.com/?Will-an-Inversion-Table-Help-Me?&id=8858120 There are two bits of anatomy you should be aware of as we dive [...]

My 2 Cents on Using an Inversion Table2014-12-22T15:16:52+00:00

How to be Content in Life

2014-11-24T10:34:15+00:00

Between health issues, work and family stressors, financial burdens, fear of the unknown and a host of fires that pop up monthly, weekly or even daily, being happy and content with YOUR life can be one heck of a challenge. Here are a couple of hard and fast rules you can follow to ensure your [...]

How to be Content in Life2014-11-24T10:34:15+00:00

What is the Best Pillow?

2014-10-07T18:00:24+00:00

Almost daily a patient will ask “what is the best kind of pillow to use?” It’s a great question and since my business is the business of helping people keep their spine aligned, I thought a quick post about it was justified. So that I could legitimately say I researched it, I looked at 2 [...]

What is the Best Pillow?2014-10-07T18:00:24+00:00

What the Research Shows on Maintenance Care

2014-08-24T16:39:22+00:00

Below is a synopsis of what a study from 2011 showed about the effectiveness of maintenance care for preventing lower back pain. In summary, the conclusion was that maintenance adjustments, after the initial more intense adjustments at the beginning of care, is beneficial in preventing future problems. Spine  2011 Aug 15;36(18):1427-37. doi: 10.1097/BRS.0b013e3181f5dfe0. Does maintained [...]

What the Research Shows on Maintenance Care2014-08-24T16:39:22+00:00