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Chiropractic Discovery


We say “modern chiropractic” because spinal care is thousands of years old and found in cultures all over the world. But this natural, drug-free, powerful, and yet safe healing art was, as often happens, lost amidst the sands of time. Unfortunately, humankind then became infatuated with drugs, chemicals, and surgery.

Spinal care was rediscovered in 1895 by Dr. Daniel David Palmer, who practiced in Davenport, Iowa. DD Palmer was a magnetic healer (energy healer), scientist, and researcher who “accidentally” restored a man’s deafness by adjusting his spine. This discovery was the seed from which modern chiropractic grew.

This newspaper ad, “Are You Sick and Disheartened,” was one of a series of broadsides from the turn of the century. Dr. Palmer describes his old/new discovery and invites the public to discover this amazing drug-free, natural, safe, and powerful healing art, science, and philosophy for themselves. The list of people suffering from nearly every condition who benefitted from his “hand ministrations” (his original name for chiropractic) was impressive. Many traveled far and wide to experience and benefit from DD Palmer’s discovery.

Dr. Palmer opened a school to teach others; soon, his students spread to all parts of the US, Canada, Europe, and beyond. This made-in-America healing art has brought relief, health, and healing to millions of people, from infants to the elderly and everyone in between.

Please tell your friends and relatives that there is a safe alternative to drugs and surgery with no side effects – except satisfaction!

 

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Enjoy Our April Newsletter!

Chiropractic for the Entire Family? Absolutely! Infants, babies, pregnant women, young, old, athletes, students - everyone can benefit from Chiropractic! It’s easy to see. Walk into the waiting room of a busy Doctor of Chiropractic, and you’ll notice a surprising variety of people coming in for care, people suffering from nearly every condition under the sun. You may ...

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Celebrate With Our January Newsletter!

Get Some Sun


The Benefits of Sunlight

Want better sleep and a better mood? Get some sun. What is more natural than sunlight? When the sun is out, try to get as much of it as you can. Go for a walk (especially with friends). Numerous studies show that sunlight is good for your natural circadian rhythm, so you’ll feel sleepier at night and feel more awake during the day.

All energy on earth (except for volcanoes) is from the sun. All life on the surface of our planet depends on sunlight. A new study has found that getting enough natural sunlight each day could help reduce insomnia and improve mood. This study was published in the Journal of Affective Disorders and involved over 400,000 people.

The coauthor Sean Cain writes: “In this study, we observed that the greater time spent in outdoor light during the day was associated with fewer depressive symptoms, lower odds of using antidepressant medication, better sleep, and fewer symptoms of insomnia.”

Greater time in outdoor light was also associated with lowered odds of lifetime major depressive disorder and better outcomes across a range of mood and sleep measures. Additionally, too much light at night throws off your circadian (day-night) rhythm. So stop staring at artificial screens late at night. (1)

 

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Welcome To The December Newsletter

7 Essential Oils for the Holidays


When the Holiday season is approaching, turn to Aromatherapy to add to the ambiance. Here are some ideal Essential Oils to enhance your home as you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa this year.

Peppermint
Peppermint Essential Oil provides a boost of energy when you need it. Peppermint is also a wonderful anti-inflammatory. This means that it may help reduce pain caused by headaches, tight muscles, and upset stomachs. Its menthol component also helps to open congested airways.

Cinnamon
Used as an ingredient in many favorite treats, Cinnamon provides a cozy sense of warmth and comfort. Additionally, Cinnamon can encourage a physical feeling of warmth as well. For example, adding a drop to a Winter massage may help heat the skin and the soul.

Ginger
This Essential Oil helps to create a pleasant and secure emotional state of being. As for physical benefits, we love that Ginger is incredible for digestion. If Thanksgiving indulgences have pushed your tummy to the limit, apply Ginger with a carrier oil to the stomach and massage in a circular motion to help relieve nausea and indigestion.

 

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Welcome To The November Newsletter

What is a Chiropractic Adjustment?


Chiropractic care is made up of two parts. First, a subluxation, a physical distortion causing nerve interference or stress, is located in a person’s body. This is done using various instruments and tools that may range from the highly sophisticated, such as X-rays and MRIs, to the relatively simple (body measurement and multiple tests). In the hands of an expert, a simple tool can be very accurate.

Now comes the specialized procedure to correct, release or (the most commonly used word) adjust the patient’s subluxation. This is done to undistort the distortion in a person, correct the hidden stress, and release nerve stress. There are many chiropractic adjustment techniques; over 100 are taught today.

Typically, the adjustment involves introducing force or energy to the part of the body where the subluxation resides to unlock it, to put the part in motion so that the body will reposition the offending part.

An adjustment may take a moment, but its beneficial effects may be lifelong.

 

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