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Jul, 2016

What the “world’s greatest athlete” does to boost athletic performance by 8-10%?

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Google “boost athletic performance” and you will get close to 2 million hits. And the great thing, according to all those Google headlines is that all your options are really simple and super easy:) Not easy or as simple as the popular magazines tell you. For those of us that make physical fitness a regular part of our day we know that there is nothing easy and nothing simple about boosting your performance. But did you know that olympic and professional athletes are some of today’s greatest supporters of chiropractic? […]

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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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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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Apr, 2016

Your posture is more about memory and your math facts than fitness and your work outs.

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Every once in a while I get the opportunity to take over the care of a patient who has had chiropractic care since birth. It’s a real honour and usually they have a great story of how they were introduced to chiropractic. I want to share with you the story of John. When John was a baby he suffered from colic. Colic is crampy abdominal pain in early infancy, sometime really severe. Remarkably it occurs in about 1 in 10 babies. An infant with colic is irritable, cries, and often […]

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Mar, 2016

The elephant in the room. . . .why is cancer so out of control?

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Free Webinar on Building a Titanium Reinforced Immune System to Avoid Cancer. The term “war on cancer” was coined by then President Nixon in 1971. Since then, the US federal government has spent well over $105 billion on the effort, that was in 2009. By 2013 spending rose to 4.8 billion a year. . . . and that doesn’t include the billion’s of dollars we also spend in Canada. In some articles it is estimated that the Nixon administration said there would be a cure by 1976. According to the […]

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Sep, 2015

Life expectancy in Canada hits 80 for men, 84 for women.

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2014 was a great year for longevity experts in Canada. The numbers were glowing. We are among the top in the world for longevity in both men and women. . . . Unfortunately, science can be misconstrued to produce the result we’re looking for. That’s not new. Remember big tobacco companies telling people that smoking was actually good for your health? They even produced some “science” to back it up. I don’t think you could convince anyone that smoking was good for their health today. So back to our 2014 […]

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Sep, 2015

Why many allergies resolve under today’s chiropractic care.

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After a couple of decades of working with families, there is a familiar scene: mom coming in with her child, dark circles under little Johnny’s eyes, a list of medications, and 50+ days of missed school each year. Sadly, it’s predictable. Allergies. Anything from gluten, cats, dogs, grass, or even seasonal. Little Johnny is in a constant battle against the world and both he and his mom are exhausted. More medications, more sensitivity tests, more elimination diets. They just can’t keep up. They have maybe been told by a co-worker […]

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Apr, 2015

Chiropractic for Children, the Basics.

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After I’ve adjusted a baby, there’s a good chance that the next couple of clients I see in that block will ask me, is chiropractic really safe for kids? Then I go on to explain that the greatest benefit for any health change is in the 0-6 age range. Especially when we’re talking chiropractic and nerve system. I’d love if I checked every child in Kelowna duing those years because, just like investing for university, the earlier we make a deposit, the greater the return on the investment. 0-6 is […]

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