Are You Frustrated?

Life can be frustrating. It doesn’t matter if you are young or old. It doesn’t matter if you are rich or poor. Each phase of life comes with its own frustrations and that can be…well…frustrating. In reality, it’s probably more accurate to say life IS frustrating instead of saying it CAN BE frustrating. If you…

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My Life Lesson About Happiness

This weekend was a weekend that I walked away from feeling exhausted. I had to relearn a life lesson that keeps resurfacing in my life. I’m sure that one of these days, I’ll get it right…hopefully! Here’s the lesson…I AM RESPONSIBLE FOR MY HAPPINESS…no one else. Without airing all my dirty laundry, I have been…

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Why Am I In Pain?

I spent 9 years as a practicing chiropractor and saw thousands of patients. After a while, I started to realize that people are more alike than they are different. Most of us have similar problems, similar concerns, and similar questions. One of the most common questions I used to get had to do with how…

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The Benefits of Uncomfortable Exercise

There are two feelings that most people experience when they start a new exercise program. First, there’s pain. Anytime you start a new physical activity, it tends to hurt. Next, there’s excitement. If you can push through the pain, most people experience the biggest changes during the initial phase of a new exercise program. Big…

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My Biggest Regret

Earlier this year, I found myself doing something I normally try not to do…I was thinking a lot about my past. Although I believe it’s important for each of us to reflect on the lessons from our past, I don’t recommend dwelling on what’s behind you. Thinking about your past too much is unhealthy, regardless of whether it was good…

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8 Reasons NOT To 
Visit A Chiropractor

When I was a freshman in college, I started getting headaches. I’m talking about REALLY bad headaches! I remember trying a lot of things to get rid of them but nothing seemed to help. My best option was often to lock myself in a dark room with the hopes that I could sleep it off.…

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History of Trauma

Have you ever felt like you are getting old before your time? I know I have. When I was a teenager, I started having some pretty bad back pain. I don’t remember exactly when it started, but by the time I was 17, I couldn’t walk around the mall without sitting down to take a…

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Lessons From a Car Crash

A couple years ago, a doctor friend of mine forwarded me some pictures from a nasty car crash that had happened on a quiet road somewhere in Europe. The series of pictures showed two cars that were badly mangled with a number of police and emergency workers attending to the mess. Over the 9 years…

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Chiropractic & Stroke

I’ve heard it said that you should “never let a good crisis go to waste.” Now that may seem a bit cold, but there are entire industries that are built on that concept. The news media is a great example. They exist almost exclusively going from crisis to crisis. If bad stuff stopped happening, what…

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Curiosity Killed the FAT

When I was a kid, I once asked someone how baseball umpires could be so fast. I used to watch all the baseball games on TV. When I would see a ball fouled off into the stands, the catcher would always turn around and get the ball from the umpire. For the life of me,…

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