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WE CARE ABOUT YOU!

Yes, we really do. We will care more for you than you care about yourself. We will work harder for you than you will for yourself. We will be here longer for you than you will for yourself. Hopefully I am wrong on that one!. We hope for you to

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When your sympathetics are stuck ‘on’

“The Function of the nervous system is to Perceive the Environment and Coordinate the Behaviour of all other Cells”   – Dr. Bruce Lipton – Nobel Peace Prize Winner In our practice we are monitoring your level of nerve system balance between your sympathetic system and parasympathetic system. Why? Your output

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Input and Output: How your Nervous System Gets Stuck

In chiropractic we look to see how the body is perceiving the world, in other words input. Through input, someone perhaps may have altered perception which the brain coordinates and organized this causes/creates the bodies/brains – output. So if the output is not in a state of ease or an

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Prevention and Chiropractic?

Prevention is not possible. Why do I say this. If you come in as your body is not functioning or expressing it self in a symptom free manner and apply chiropractic care – your expectation would be is that it never comes back? This is untrue. If you had a

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Chiropractic Subluxation

Subluxation. A term some people have heard of and others not so much. It is what chiropractic was founded on. Subluxation was a word that you had to be able to know and define inside and out when you applied to enter into chiropractic school. What is Subluxation? When tension

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Latching Difficulties

After your baby has arrived you find your little one is having challenges nursing or you are in pain? Check out chiropractic and here is why.

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Chiropractic Care

The body can react to stress be it physical, mental or emotional, nutritional, environmental you name it.  The bodies reaction can create a sympathetic response in the physiology and the body creates a snapshot or memory of that trauma or experience or stress, and it is stored away in the

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