Month: March 2013

Beckam’s Story: A Smile Says it All

People are often surprised when I share that much of my practice consists of babies and children. In one recent blog post, “The Best Part of Being a Doctor: A Newborn’s First Chiropractic Adjustment”, I vowed to share with every parent why I believe their child should be adjusted within the first days of life….

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The Best Part of Being a Doctor: A Newborn’s First Chiropractic Adjustment

There are a lot of things I love about being a Doctor of Chiropractic, however one of my most favorite things is when I’m invited to come to the hospital to give a newborn baby their very first chiropractic adjustment. In fact, I had that honor just the other day. While the birth of a…

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Healthy Pregnancy, Easy Delivery and Happy Baby: One Mom Shares Her Secret

Last summer we experienced an awesome blessing in our office. My assistant, Lyndi, gave birth to her second child, a darling little boy, who they named Landon. Of course I have a special bond with Lyndi and Landon, we spent her entire 9 months of pregnancy in the office together! But the truth is, all…

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Do Kids Need Chiropractic?

Parents will do just about anything to protect their child’s health, yet many neglect the most important part of their child’s health care program: regular spinal checkups. Subluxation on Delivery: Misalignments in spinal bones which interfere with the normal flow of nerve energy are known as subluxations. Many people still associate them with major trauma….

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Should My Family Get the Flu Shot?

The school year is underway and cold and flu season will soon be upon us. If you’re wondering whether your family should get the flu shot, here’s what you need to know before you make your decision… What is the flu vaccine? Plain and simple, the flu vaccine is a cocktail of chemicals. It contains…

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Why Is My Child Always Sick?

Don’t tell me you haven’t wondered… and perhaps as a parent, you’ve even wondered this about your own child…why is it that some kids always seem to be sick? Ear infections, colds, coughs and sniffles, they seem to catch every bug that’s circulating through day care or school. Are they weak, unlucky, is there something…

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Elise’s Story: Transforming Past Regrets into Hope for the Future

Regret can be a difficult thing. It’s something we all face from time to time in our lives, but that doesn’t make it any easier to face the guilt of wrong decisions made and actions not taken. After having a child begin care in our office, it’s common for parents to share with me the…

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