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Chiropractic Newcomers

Are you new to chiropractic? Or have you never been adjusted? You probably have questions, like how long is it going to take before I feel better? Of course, every person has to examined individually and professionally to determine their unique treatment plan. But here are some encouraging testimonials from chiropractic newcomers. When we talked, Chris …

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Busy Women in Wichita Need Chiropractic

Our modern lifestyle keeps us busy from sitting at work to driving home to running to the kids’ events…and an ergonomic posture isn’t always on the forefront of our brains! Chiropractic is a great tool to use to combat the effects on our bodies. Megan is in her mid-thirties and has been adjusted at different …

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Active Men Need Chiropractic

We love our patients with active lifestyles, whether it’s their job that keeps their bodies busy or whether it’s their hobbies and passions. Our bodies have the innate ability to become stronger and improve, but unfortunately, injury and disease can result when that ability is blocked. Mike shared his testimonial with us of how chiropractic …

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Up and Running: A Story of Abundant Life

 “Well, maybe it’s just degenerated. I mean, we all get old.” I hoped that my mouth was gaping open, and I attempted to swallow my shock. I was 26-years-old, in shape and healthy, but I had such severe shoulder/upper back pain that sneezing was horrible and I had trouble lifting my baby from her crib. …

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A Chiro Kid’s Story – Birth to 2 years

Do babies need chiropractic adjustments ? Even parents who are regular chiropractic patients may ask this question. Alex’s birth couldn’t have gone better or smoother. Born a week before his due date, he was 7lbs 12oz, breathed well and nursed well from the get go. Yet even a good, easy birth is an athletic event for …

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A Safety Pin and a Grocery List of Health

Picture a safety pin. Yes, like an old fashioned diaper pin, or the save-me-I-don’t-sew pin you used in college. A closed safety pin is a simple analogy of how your nerves carry messages from your brain to your body and back in a loop from your body to your brain. The body in this state …

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Chiropractic, Hospital Error and Staying Well

What would you guess to be the third leading cause of death in the United States? You might say, cancer, heart disease or diabetes. You’d be wrong. New research estimates that as many as 440,000 patients die in hospitals from preventable harm, says John T. James PhD in A New, Evidence-based Estimate of Patient Harms …

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Chiropractic and a New, Less Stressed-Out You Part II

How far can you be stressed before you crack? How much stress can your body handle? In an article on CicleofDocs.com, (titled Cracking The Code To Breakthrough Health) Chiropractor and Dr. Gentempo said, “Lifestyle stress has three dimensions, physical (how you use your body), biochemical (what you put into your body) and psychological (the mind/body …

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Chiropractic and a New, Less Stressed-Out You Part I

(This is part one of two blog posts exploring stress and its affect on our health. This is an overview. Next Monday we will take a more philosophical look at why stress cause dis-ease in our bodies.) I am stressed. You are stressed. And we seem to take pride it in sometimes, even making it …

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