And so is (nearly) everyone else.
Between television, phone screen time, coding workshops, and wired school classrooms, many kids today are growing up sedentary.
While at the same time, research has shown that we understand more than ever the benefits of movement for children’s developmentRead More
One of the hottest topics for readers today is the idea of finding your purpose.
Purpose being some idea or mission that you feel compelled to pursue, with passion and constant unending desire. It’s often described as a never-ending inner fire to pursue and accomplish something.Read More
What’s missing from one of chiropractic’s most famous charts?
Many chiropractors have a great chart, that shows a graph of “health” over time. And it depicts two lines, of two different possibilities. One being a steadily ascending line going upwards as the chart progresses to the right (albeit, with ups and downs on the way up).Read More
BJ Palmer, the developer of chiropractic, said “The power that made the body heals the body.”
Chiropractors often phrase this “there is a power in your body that is responsible for the healing inside you.” Perhaps that is wrong. Perhaps there isn’t a power inside you.Read More
The healing process involves a lot of steps. Making calls, setting appointments, getting help. You can probably remember yourself at that point or can think of a friend or loved one facing it now. Next, there is finding out what is the problem (and what caused it), and what you need to change to get better.Read More
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 time for young ones for generations – 31 years of television, to be precise.Read More
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).Read More