Bone And Joint Degeneration

What to Eat & Why

We know you are all full of burning questions when it comes nutrition does and dont’s. Come to our workshop on Tuesday, Feb 18 at 6:30 pm and bring your questions! Learn the why behind what we should eat and what to avoid for lasting health Discuss tips for better nutrition decision making Learn the …

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Platinum Purification Program

Have you heard about our nutrition program? The Platinum Purification Program is a 21-day program designed to help participants learn to eat in a way that works best for them and their health and nutrition goals. Over the last 8 years in practice, we have refined and restructured the program with an emphasis on education so you can …

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Sit All Day? Try A Standing Desk

Do you sit all day every day? If you’re like most people then you probably sit for an average of 11 hours per day… WOW! No wonder so many of us experience lower back pain, hip pain, leg pain, disc herniations, and many more health issues. Since we sit while we eat, drive, at work, and …

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Low Back Pain? It’s All in the Hips! SOLD OUT

Yes, you read that correctly. Our very first workshop of 2020 has reached capacity! In fact, we have a waiting list. If you haven’t reserved your spot, send Kristen an email to be added to the waiting list. If you have a spot reserved, be sure to attend or let Kristen know no later than …

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Focus on Gut Health

Our immune system resilience (i.e., our ability to adapt and fight off bacteria and viruses) is dependent on our gut health. But unfortunately, our gut systems get abused during this time of year because of all the holiday food, treats, and alcohol. The biggest offenders to your gut health aside from antibiotics are alcohol, sugar, …

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Immune System Health Month

You all ready for Tip #4? I bet you can guess what it is based on our event last week. Yep, you guessed it, Fasting is another great way to strengthen your immune system response naturally, to help you better adapt and fight off potential viruses and pathogens. Take a look at our recap of …

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Bulletproof Your Immune System Tip #3

We are moving on to tip 3 of our Bulletproof your Immune system series for Immune Health Month. If you missed weeks one and two, you can check them out here. This may seem like an obvious one, but its importance cannot be understated. Tip #3 is Get Lots of Rest! Get Lots of Rest Studies continually show that 8 hours …

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Bulletproof Your Immune System

Happy Halloween! We loved seeing all of your costumes this year, both in the practice and online!  November is Immune Health Month, and to celebrate we are doing a series of tips on how to strengthen your immune system. Over the next few weeks, we will be hi-lighting simple things you can do to stay healthy …

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Stay Ahead of the Cold & Flu

It’s that time of year again when our level of health begins to lower, and we start to succumb to the cold and flu viruses. But why? And what can we do to stay healthy? To answer the question of why let’s examine our lifestyle habits from this time of year. Summer is over, the …

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Spinal Function & Hormonal Health

Hormones, whether we like it or not, we all need them. But how does your body know how much and when enough is enough? And how does your spine play a roll? Hormones are chemicals produced by certain glands like your thyroid, adrenals, and reproductive organs. They make tons of reactions in your body possible, …

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Why Continue with Protection?

The purpose of our Protection Plan is to insure that you protect the gains achieved during the initial stage in your relationship with our practice. When someone has completed their Neuro-Structural Corrective Care Plan and achieved great results, they are then eligible for Protection Care. A question we often get from non-patients is “Why would your …

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