Family and Sport Chiropractic Blog

Mr. Rogers’ Neighbor – The Chiropractor

Mr. Rogers’ Neighbor – The Chiropractor Growing up, most adults today took many a tip from the most peaceful man in show business, Mr. Fred Rogers. Mr. Rogers was famous for his kind and gentle mannerisms, his soft voice, and even more so his mild-mannered attire. What better person to be the Maitre d’ of story…

What to Expect When You Weren’t Expecting

What to Expect When You Weren’t Expecting Pregnancy is a very real physical change and demand.  Not to mention the many aspects of delivery. “I’ve heard chiropractic care can help me be more active through my pregnancy,” is a common call on the office line.  “And feel less miserable.”  (If they are being honest). But…

Slow Down And Recover

Slow Down And Recover Taking a very close look at the body, will reveal a constant habit that is wise to emulate in your life.  That habit is the constant rejuvenation and repair that occurs inside of your body at nearly all times.  In today’s ‘more is better, faster is greater’ society, so many of…

Big Money Or Big Problems

Big Money Or Big Problems We hold tremendously beneficial wisdom inside every one of us.  When we stop a moment to recognize it, it can shift our perspective in powerful ways.  Inside of our body, as well as in life, most of our most precious and valued possessions are fragile.  An obvious example is when…

Welcome To iWorld

Welcome To iWorld There is a tremendous amount of wisdom that we have inside of ourselves that can be helpful if we take a moment to stop and recognize it.  Chiropractors, working with the body instead of trying to “treat” it, are naturally good at recognizing this wisdom lurking within us. The spine, like most…

Balance Is The Key

Balance Is Key Life is a balancing act.  Chiropractors recognize that there is a balancing act between different forces on us both from outside and inside of our bodies.  A fascinating aspect of our bodies is that there are forces that build our body up and forces that break us down.  Astronauts, for example, suffer…