Do Any Of These Apply To You?

  • Don't feel well
  • Lack of energy or tired
  • In pain or ill
  • Pregnant
  • Had a fall (no matter  how long ago)
  • Lost weight
  • Under physical or emotional stress
  • Head, hips, or shoulders not balanced
  • Have had dental work
  • Using drugs or medication
  • Had surgery
  • Work in same position for long periods
  • Walk toe-in or toe-out

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Did you know that education is an extended part of your care with us!

However, you don't have to be a patient to attend our classes!  Please join us on Tuesdays at 6:15pm for a refreshing time to learn about a healthy lifestyle!


On the Agenda for July!!

July 3rd- Bring  Your Question In

July 10th- Reducing Your Toxic Load

July 17th To Supplement Or Not

July 24th- Posture Posture




This Week!

July 3rd, 2018

Beat The Heat



Limit your outdoor activity to morning and evening hours when temperatures may be cooler.

Drink plenty of fluids. Keeping hydrated is important as high heat and humidity can sap fluids from the body.

Avoid sugary or alcoholic beverages.

Stay indoors and, if at all possible, in an air-conditioned place.

When temperatures are above 90 degrees, take cool showers or baths.

Wear loose, light-colored, light-weight clothing.

NEVER leave anyone in a closed, parked vehicle.

Check in regularly on those at risk such as infants and young children, people older than 65 years, people with mental and or physical illness.


Signs and symptoms of heat related illness. 

If you ignore these symptoms, your condition can worsen, resulting in a medical emergency. Signs and symptoms may include

*Muscle cramps

* Nausea or Vomiting

* Weakness

* Fatigue 

* Headache

*Excessive Sweating

* Dizziness or Lightheadedness

* Confuson

* irritability

*Low Blood Pressure

*Increased Heart Rate

* Visual Problems


There will be a shelter to give shade from the heat by day.- Isaiah 4:6
























































































Next week:  Tuesday, July 10th: Reducing Your Toxic Load





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Health Articles

Reduction of Seizures & Self-Aggression Following Chiropractic Care
Reduction of Seizures & Self-Aggression Following Chiropractic Care
The Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research published a case study on April 5, 2018, documenting the reduction of epileptic absence seizures and self-aggression behavior in a male toddler following chiropractic care. This type of seizure is more common in children. . . .
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Study Shows Chiropractic Helps Improve Quality of Life in Children
Study Shows Chiropractic Helps Improve Quality of Life in Children
The Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine published a study on December 20, 2017, showing that children under chiropractic care experience an improved quality of life on multiple levels as measured by standard tests. According to the Oxford dictionary, quality of life (QoL) can be defined . . .
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Double Footling Breech Presentation Resolved with Chiropractic
Double Footling Breech Presentation Resolved with Chiropractic
On December 11, 2017, the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health published a case study documenting the resolution of a pregnant mother's footling breech presentation under chiropractic care. A footling breech presentation is when one or both of the baby’s feet are in the downward position . . .
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Neck and Back Pain for Five Years After Car Accident Helped with Chiropractic
Neck and Back Pain for Five Years After Car Accident Helped with Chiropractic
The Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research published a case study on June 18, 2018, documenting chiropractic helping a patient suffering for five years with neck and back pain following an automobile accident. The patient also showed documented improvement in telemere length, and their urge to urinate . . .
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Just How Much Education Is Needed?

I bet you didn't realize just how much time, effort, and education goes into mastering the science and art of locataing and correcting subluxataions!  Some people have wondered if they spend less time then a regular medicinal doctor.  Take a look at the chart below to compare the requirements, you just might be suprised!

Course (in classroom hours)

Chiropractic                                                  Medicine            

540                               Anatomy                        508

240                               Physiology                     326

360                               Pathology                      401

165                               Chemistry                      325

120                               Microbiology                  114

630                               Diagnosis                      324

320                               Neurology                      112

360                               X-ray                              148

60                                 Psychiatry                      144

60                                 Obstetrics                       148

210                               Orthopedics                    156

3,065                    TOTAL HOURS            2,706

*Other required subjects are:  Spinal Adjustments, Kinesiology, Advanced Radiology, Pharmacology, Immunology, General Surgery

4,485  GRAND TOTAL HOURS     4,248



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