The Power of Motivation: Trading Crisis Response for Quality Living

Quality Living for Life

A crisis of some kind is inevitable for everyone. Whether it’s an illness, a broken bone, a heart attack or a car accident, we’ve all experienced some type of major health issue, or know someone who has. Instead of waiting to act in response to a crisis or acting on crises as they occur, find your motivation in a high quality of life. The Healthcare Hierarchy outlines three levels of healthcare. Maintaining a balance of all three ...

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Why Chiropractic is Important for Children

Common Questions Answered

Many people know that chiropractic is beneficial for adults, but did you know that children—even infants—can benefit as well? Today more parents than ever before are bringing their children to Doctors of Chiropractic for common health concerns and to support a healthy lifestyle. According to the Journal of Pediatrics, chiropractic is the most sought after form of holistic healthcare for Americans.

Is it safe to adjust a child?

Chiropractic is absolutely safe for children. Doctors of Chiropractic use very ...

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Prevention VS Early Detection

Many people confuse early detection with prevention; however there is a big difference. Early detection consists of engaging in diagnostic testing for the purpose of identifying a condition in its earliest stages. This is not the same as prevention.
Living a preventative type of lifestyle will help you enjoy the highest quality of life as you age in years—without aging in body and mind. Your body acts as an intricate machine, it needs every part functioning properly to be able ...
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Protect Your Knees To Avoid Pain Later On

Protecting your knees while to avoid pain later on

Taking a few small steps toward protecting your knees when you are younger might help you avoid debilitating problems when you get older. 

 Studies have shown that nearly half of adults will get knee arthritis in at least one knee by age 85. For obese people, the risk is even greater.

 “Every time you take a step you apply three times your body weight to the knee,” said Dr. William J. Bryan, an orthopedic ...

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Case Study: ADHD Helped With Chiropractic Care

In the October 2004 issue of the peer-reviewed research publication, the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (JMPT), comes a case study of a child with ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder), who was helped with chiropractic.

The case was of a 5 year old boy who had been diagnosed with ADHD at age 2. The child’s pediatrician prescribed methylphenidate (Ritalin), Adderall, and Haldol for the next 3 years. The combination of drugs was unsuccessful in helping the child.

At age 5 the child was ...

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