Band Aids Don’t Heal

innate band aid

When you get a paper cut, the natural thing to do (after getting over the intense pain) is clean it up and put a Band Aid on it to protect it from getting irritated.  After a few days when the bandage comes off, the cut is hardly noticeable.  The question is, did the Band Aid do the healing?

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Feeling a Bit Rusty

Rusty Chiro Hinge

Does it take a while for you to get going in the morning?  Are you joints stiff and achy when you first wake up, and take a few hours to loosen?  Stiff, tired joints can leave you feeling and acting much older than you are.

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Flexible Like a Fiddlehead

Flexible Like a Fiddlehead

Young fern shoots are flexible and supple as compared to the old, fallen leaves and brittle tree branches that surround them in early spring.  The former is full of Life and potential, the later – devoid of it.  The same can be said for your spine and your health.

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Is This Life Support

life lines

There are still some MD’s who get into a tizzy when they find out their patient is seeing a Chiropractor. “Don’t let them touch your neck!” is the tongue lashing you’ll hear before trying to exit the exam room with some sense dignity left. Well, here’s a news flash…

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A Dime’s Worth of Damage

A Dime's Worth of Damage

The weight of a dime, 8-10 mm of Hg, that’s all it takes to drain normal nerve transmission to a trickle.  Stretching a nerve by as little as 6% can also decrease it’s signal strength by 70%.   So what does that mean for you?

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Chiropractic Surge Protection

Chiropractic Surge Protection

What happens when you plug ten appliances into one outlet and turn them all on at the same time?  You blow a circuit!  The same thing can happen when you surge an unprotected Nerve System with STRESS.

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Changing Light Bulbs

Chiro Light Bulbs

If you came home, turned on the bank of switches in your hallway and noticed none of the lights came on in the back portion of your house, would you A: Change out all the light bulbs that didn’t go on, or B: Go to the breaker panel in your basement to see which fuse blew? Obviously it would be smarter to take a trip to the basement first.

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First Line of Defense

Go to the Chiropractor

There’s an old Chiropractic saying that goes… Adjustments first, drugs second, surgery last.  It’s a conservative philosophy of care for those who’d rather give their body a chance to heal naturally first, before calling in the medical cavalry. When it comes to back pain, science is finally in agreement.

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Check Your Eggs

subluxated eggs

How many times have you had a minor fender-bender, or a slip on the sidewalk and never gave it a second thought?  Maybe your ego was bruised, but you didn’t notice any outward signs of injury.  What happened to you on the inside could be a different story.

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Subluxations Don’t Take Vacations

get adjusted sand

Toes in the sand, not a cloud in the sky, 75 degree water temps.  Vacations are the perfect time to decompress, spend precious time with family and friends and reconnect with your soul.  What could possibly stress your body?

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