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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If You Teach a Kid

Kid and big pharma

If you teach a kid they need drugs to function normally, what kind of adult will they grow up to be? An empowered one, or a dependent one?

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What if They’re Subluxated

sticky school bus

Imagine this scenario. You see your kids off to school safely every morning. As you watch them climb the school bus stairs and scamper to their seats, the driver gives you a subtle nod letting you know it’s time to cart your little ones off.  Everything appears normal, just another routine day.

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Safeguarding Your Health

Safeguarding Your Health

If health is our most precious treasure, stress is a menacing thief trying to rob us of it every day. And if you’re not diligently protecting your health against potential break-ins, chances are you’ll lose it without any warning.

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Restoring Innate Flow

restoring innate flow

A man turns on his tap, only to discover no water is coming out.  He calls his neighbor, a medical doctor, who knows a little about plumbing.  The MD turns the tap on and off a few times and also experiences no water flow.  He then whips out a prescription pad and writes orders for daily delivery of bottled water to the man’s house to satisfy his lack of H2O.  The issue is resolved, medically.

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Pushed or Prescribed

Chris Cornell Sticky

Big Pharma may have just taken one of the greatest rock voices of our generation. According to his wife, Chris Cornell of Soundgarden was acting unusual. “When we spoke after the show, I noticed he was slurring his words; he was different,” his wife added. “When he told me he may have taken an extra Ativan or two, I contacted security and asked that they check on him.” Later they would find Chris dead from an apparent suicide.

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Pain Free Flat Line

nsaid flatline

A recent study published in the Europe Heart Journal links the use of NSAIDs with 31% increase in heart attacks. It further says “The findings are a stark reminder that NSAIDs are not harmless.” Swap the pain for a potential heart attack – not exactly and even trade is it?

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