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Jul, 2016

Concussion is not all in your head

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Some stat’s on concussion. . . 3.8 million concussions recorded in the USA, that’s double the number in 2002. Nearly 500,000 children were concussed. One third of concussions happen during practice (often not attended by doctors or trainers who know how to properly manage concussion). 20% of high school athletes will experience concussion during the sporting season and one third of those athletes will have a second concussion during that same season. The highest growth of concussion rates is in middle school athletes. There are half as many concussions in […]

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Jun, 2016

You don’t have to be a teenager to have technology neck and is it really that devastating?

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How the shape of your neck effects the rest of your spine This week Dr. Ken and I were discussing some of the content we are going to cover in our correcting scoliosis webinar. He was sharing with me some incredible research about how important the nerve’s in the upper neck are for the entire spine. The study he was referencing was about chiropractors correcting the curve in the neck and how the nerve system of those patients corrected the scoliosis in the mid and lower back. Mind boggling! Now […]

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Jun, 2016

What is Scoliosis and Do You Have it and Not Know it?

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You won’t want to miss this webinar on correcting scoliosis This month Dr. Ken and I are going to tackle the myth that scoliosis can not be corrected. We are going to dedicate an entire webinar, several blog posts and a few extra You Tube video’s to how modern day neurological and structural chiropractors are changing this diagnosis from one of fear and hopelessness to something our clients don’t have to worry about. For the webinar link and registration CLICK HERE. What it takes to correct scoliosis Yes, it takes […]

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Jun, 2016

Podcasts I’m listening to these days

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What books are in your backpack? Back in the day the classic question to ask any leader was “what are you reading these day’s”. That question would generate a few book titles that were worth the read. And this question still is a good one because great leaders still read. And I mean real, paper books. Yes we all have our e-readers loaded up and most of us have a few Audible credits that are waiting to get used, but I find the really solid leaders I talk with still […]

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Jun, 2016

How the right attitude and commitments lead to success.

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Stick-to-itive-ness This week I had a great lesson in keeping commitments and following through even when I feel I have every excuse in the book to back out of those commitments. This blog is going to be different. Rather than a well researched “article” on some health and wellness breakthrough, I’m going to share with you a few hours out of my day. So grab a cup of green tea and get ready for story time with Dr. J:) I hope you enjoy. Story time with Dr. J It all […]

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May, 2016

Learn For Free The Secrets to Avoiding Alzheimer’s Without Medication

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You see more of what you’re focused on This past fall we were due for a new vehicle. The truck we were replacing finally became more expensive to maintain than it would cost to get into another vehicle. And I can say without hesitation that our old truck lasted far longer than our mechanic said it would, which I was thankful for. So after a few weeks of searching we located one that would fit the family needs. Interestingly enough, once we made the deal it seemed that this particular […]

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May, 2016

It’s hard to imagine that people are told this is safe and effective.

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for the complete original article by Celeste McGovern CLICK HERE Stanford and GlaxoSmithKlein Last summer a team of researchers lead by GlaxoSmithKlein’s Syed Sohail Ahmed and Stanford’s Lawrence Steinman released a startling connection between the nasal flu shot and brain damage. Researchers estimated that the flu shot triggered an auto immune reaction that kills over 70,000 cells in the sleep centres of the brain, resulting in narcolepsy. Narcolepsy is a lifelong incurable condition where victims suddenly drop into deep dream sleep, sometimes a dozen times a day or more. It can […]

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May, 2016

You Don’t Need To Lose You Mind and We’ll Teach You How

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More than a storm Alzheimer’s Disease is more than just an oncoming storm. It’s the health care crisis that could cripple our system as we know it. Beyond the impossible economic burden, the lives of Alzheimer’s suffers and the health (mental and physical) of the families that are left to care for these suffers are being destroyed too. And the thing that makes me want to scream is that it’s completely and absolutely avoidable. Our next webinar is on avoiding Alzheimer’s This month we are going to lay down a […]

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May, 2016

What sitting can do to your morning workout; you’ll be surprised.

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Rethinking Exercise When most people think exercise they typically think activities like running or weight training. And your exercise is done for a relatively short period of time, then you head off to tackle the rest of your day. What researchers are learning is that working out by itself won’t compensate for the problems associated with sedentary behaviour. We need to think about activity, not just exercise. Standing vs. Sitting We are learning is that a standing body uses energy quite differently than a sitting body. Even to the point to […]

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Apr, 2016

Your Priority Pyramid and Why There is More than Core

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There is More than Core with a Chiropractic Approach Over the last few weeks I’ve came across several experts talking about how critical core strength is. And I agree, core strength is an important part of maintaining upright posture and it can have an incredible impact on your long term health and ability to be active for many, many years to come. The issue I am going to present here is that core strength is only as good as the structure and neurology behind it. I have had more than […]

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