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I hardly Feel Anything After My Auto Accident, Should I Get Checked Out?

Auto accidents involve the stretching and straining of nerves, muscles, and ligaments. The impact from even a seemingly minor collision can cause significant damage do to forces involved. The muscles are just not strong enough to resist the impact. Whiplash types of injuries initially produce blood flow, or inflammation, to the traumatized area to aid [...]

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The Simple Truth About How Your Body Works By Kevin Donka, D.C.

Most people go to the doctor because they think they have something they shouldn’t have and want to get rid of. But over the years, we chiropractors have come to understand that the problem when you aren’t feeling well is NOT that you have something you shouldn’t have and need to get rid of; the [...]

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Healthy Thoughts

Your spine is designed to function as one, contiguous organ, using ALL of its parts in concert to continually adjust itself, and maintain proper tension on your nervous system, so that the messages traveling back and forth between your brain and body are understood. Do you get that? Your WHOLE SPINE must function properly, all [...]

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Chiropractic Care Receives High Ratings in Consumer Reports Survey

I just read about a recent Consumer Reports survey of its readers that I, as your chiropractor, found “highly satisfying.” The survey, which included 14,000 Consumer Reports subscribers, found that “hands-on” therapies, led by chiropractic care, were the top-rated treatments for people suffering from back pain. In fact, chiropractors were given the highest “satisfaction with [...]

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3 Common Myths About Chiropractic

Even though chiropractic care is one of the best health care options available to eliminate pain, reduce stress, increase flexibility, and maintain a great quality of life, there are still a lot of people who don’t know much about chiropractic care. There are also a lot of crazy myths about chiropractic. I want to share [...]

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My Low Back Pain Won’t go Away! Could it Be That I’m Subluxated?

A subluxation in chiropractic refers to anything along the area of the spine that disrupts the cycle of nerve communication between the brain and the body. It’s like when one of the circuit breakers outside your house switches off, that electrical transmission breaks off communication to let’s say your microwave. This misalignment of the spine [...]

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Healthy Thoughts

1) Nothing ever stays the same, including your body. Every day of your life, you are either growing a little stronger, or a little weaker. 2) In order to keep growing stronger, you MUST have a clear neurological CONNECTION between your brain and all the parts of your body. 3) Because your spinal cord runs [...]

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Healthy Living Through Chiropractic

‎”The reason we chiropractors are known as back doctors is because your spinal cord is located in your back. If it were in your right arm, we would be known as right arm doctors. We work with the spine because your spine is the window to your nervous system, and a fully functioning nervous system [...]

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Chiropractic is concerned with ONE thing and one thing ONLY:

To make sure your spine is continually functioning optimally so as to allow the clearest possible CONNECTION between your brain and your body. This allows your Life Force to be maximally expressed in every cell of your body, so that you can move consistently toward expressing your full potential in your health and your life. [...]

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Did you know that chiropractic is being used to treat kids with ADHD symptoms?

Oh come on doctor, how can chiropractic help my ADHD child? When I tell my patients that chiropractic can greatly benefit their ADHD child, I sometimes get a strange look but it’s true. Consider these facts: In the past decade, prescriptions for Ritalin, a stimulant medication commonly used for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), increased [...]

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