Band Aids Don’t Heal

When you get a paper cut, the natural thing to do (after getting over the 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 …

Healing with the Brakes on

Have you ever felt like you’re spinning your wheels when it comes to staying healthy? You eat right, exercise five days a week and try to get enough sleep – you’ve got the ‘pedal to the metal’ when it comes …

A Party in Your Spine

So what’s with the popping associated with certain types of Chiropractic adjustments? Isn’t cracking your joints supposed to be bad for you? Not all Chiropractic techniques involve the ‘cavitation’ of joints (the escape of oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide, which …

Keystone of Health

The strength and stability of an arch is unparalleled in architecture. Each block supports massive loads from above while evenly dissipating stress to the foundation below – the most important block being the keystone. Without it, the entire structure would …

Blueprint vs. Builder

You can possess the most beautiful, detailed and well thought out set of blueprints for a mansion, but without a competent general contractor to execute those plans, the structure doesn’t get built. The plan is worthless without a builder. You …

The Resonance of Healing

In physics, resonance occurs when an object vibrating at a specific rate transfers its frequency to a second object as the two approximate each other. Think of a still tuning fork taking on the vibration of another as they are …

We need more Windex!

If you’ve ever tuned into the A&E television program Hoarders, it doesn’t take a genius to quickly realize it’s going to take more than a bottle of Windex to clean up all the garbage, moldy food and rotting animal poop …

A Subluxation in the Oven

It takes time, patience and effort to make a perfect souffle’. Mix up the ingredients, pre-heat your oven to 425 and let them bake for the appropriate time – at an EVEN TEMPERATURE. You wouldn’t go back and forth turning …

Which drop did it?

A titration test analyzes how many drops of chemical it takes to create a specific reaction – usually a change in solution color. Drop by drop, the reagent is added until an observable change is seen. And if asked which …

Wired for life

Electricity flows through power lines and messages of communication flow through phone cables… but the power that flows through Nerve fibers is far more intricate, intelligence and critical to your Life. Nerves carry smart’ signals – organized instructions and data …

Restoration Care

Undertaking a restoration project can be a harrowing task. Depending on how much wear, tear and neglect you’re faced with, it could take several months and a lot of money to get your rusted classic back to the way it …

Daylight Adjustment Time

What does turning your clocks forward and adjustments have in common?  Both give you more LIGHT – get it!  The primary purpose of Chiropractic is to locate and correct Subluxations.  If you break the word down you get: SUB = less, LUX = …

When Your Healing Engine Stalls

An engine stall mid-driving, mid-boating or worse yet mid-flight can certainly be a bad thing. Usually you’ll find an electrical system issue that initiated the stall… and the engines won’t fire until it’s addressed. When old injuries fail to get …

The Missing Piece

Setting goals for a healthier lifestyle is something we do every year…and for some, just about every month!  No doubt there are a myriad of exercise plans, home gym equipment and diet regiments to choose from to restore your fitness …

Happy Chiro-Valentine’s

There is a lot to love about Chiropractic – the science of nerve function, the art of correcting posture and spinal alignment.  But the best part is the philosophy that gives meaning to it all. Physicians focus on body parts. …

In the Same Boat

Every day, people around the world thank their Chiropractors for giving them their health and their Lives back.  It’s common to hear patients say ‘doc, you really did a great job…’ and ‘doc, you helped me when no one else …

A Conducive Environment

When farmers plant, they don’t question the seed’s innate ability to grow and produce crops.  Neither do they dig the seeds up every day to verify they’re maturing underground.  They simply prepare the soil as best as they can and …

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 its signal strength by 70%.   So what does …