How to Maximize Results!

Remember the saying, “It takes a village?” This African proverb refers to the many different, and quite necessary, community interactions it takes for children to gain experience and grow in a safe environment. This same principle can be applied when it comes to our health! “The groundwork of all happiness is good health.” But...

High Performance Care

Introducing the never before heard of concept that no doctor has ever talked to you about:  High Performance Care. High Performance Care (or HPC) is and has been utilized by the high-performing and high-achieving masses for several decades.  Touted as “my saving grace,” “the fountain of youth,” and “my secret weapon in my health...

Grateful for Pain!

Imagine living a life where your one wish is to be ABLE to feel pain.  A life where your existence and overall longevity on this earth was HIGHLY dependent on having aches, pains, burns, etc…and actually being able to suffer through them.  This is a life where you would actually be thankful for the...

Why Every Kid Deserves a Chiropractor

Why does my kid need to be checked by a chiropractor, they don’t have any pain? That is probably one of the most common questions I get asked as a pediatric chiropractor and I love answering it! The reason EVERY kid should be checked by a chiropractor, regardless of pain, is because chiropractic adjustments...

Chiropractic and Arthritis

The word “arthritis” gets thrown around a lot, but most people have no idea what it is or what causes it. There are two major subcategories of arthritis, and each one develops differently.  Osteoarthritis (OA) Osteoarthritis, or what we might call “wear and tear” is much more common and affects millions of Americans.  The...

The Silent Killer

In our modern society we are bombarded with information, emails, texts, tasks, to-do’s, checklists, requests, have-to’s, should-do’s, and ought-to’s at an unrelenting pace (your heart rate probably just went up simply by reading that last line.)  We as Americans are especially subject to this run-and-gun lifestyle and in fact find it to be quite...

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