Bypassing Security

Virus bypass sign

When anything other than food enters your body, it gets ‘screened’ in the mucous membranes of your nose, mouth and gut with suspicion and rejected if necessary… like TSA Agents screening luggage for dangerous materials before they’re allowed on a plane. Sneezing, runny noses and coughs are your body’s natural way of preventing harmful dust, germs and foreign chemicals from ‘getting on board.’

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Achilles Subluxation

innate heals brains

In Greek mythology, Achilles obtained his powers of strength and invincibility when his mother dipped him into the River Styx.  But because she held him by his heel, it was not washed by the water of the magical river.  Achilles survived many great battles but as fate would have it, a poisonous arrow found the weak spot in his heel, leading to his death.  Thus the phrase ‘Achilles Heel’ – a deadly weakness in spite of overall strength, which can potentially lead to downfall.

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A Teacup of Innate

Innate in a Teacup

Scoop up a cup of water from the ocean and in that vessel you’ll have some ocean – not the actual ocean, but a part of the ocean, composed of the same physical, chemical and substantive properties. The same can be said for the intelligent force of Life within us and its relationship to a greater force that governs the cosmos.

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Healing on Innate Time

life lines

Your sciatica isn’t easing as fast as you’d like, your chronic migraines are slow to abate.  Healing doesn’t happen at the rate you decide on, and there’s a good reason why.

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More Than a Blender

chiro cuisinart

 If you bought a Cuisinart solely for the purpose of chopping vegetables, you’d be missing out on its potential to do so much more.  After spending some time with your new appliance you may discover it can also knead dough, grind fresh almond flour or make delicious smoothies – the culinary sky’s the limit once your mind opens to possibility.

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Riding a Crooked Spine

Crooked Handlebars

If you’ve ever crashed your bicycle and twisted the handle bars out of whack, you probably got up, stabilized the front tire between your knees and muscled the frame back into alignment before hopping on again.  Everyone knows riding a bike with crooked steering could put you at risk for another spill down the road.

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Starter’s Spine

Starter's Spine

Starter’s soreness is common with many physical activities –  the ‘start’ of lifting weights, horseback riding or working in the garden after a long winter off.  ‘Starting’ Chiropractic care is no different.

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The Greatest CEO

Innate CEO

The world’s best CEO’s don’t make millions for nothing. Consider the job they have. Juggling a myriad of tasks, managing thousands of people, making tough decisions that could make or break their company…They have a HUGE responsibility and are paid handsomely for it.

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The Dow Jones of Healing

Dow Jones pic

Healing is like the stock market. It never progresses in a straight line. You’ve got to expect some ups and downs along the way.

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The First Step

First Step
It’s the New Year, and that time again for setting resolutions.  No doubt exercising more and eating better are tops on your list.  But are they the first step you need to take to make 2018 your healthiest yet?

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