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Aug, 2015

Sleep Apnea and Chiropractic

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Serving people for over 21 years has it’s advantages. A longer view of trends in health gives perspective. And if we’ve ever needed perspective in health care, it is now. I was listening to a Ph. D. Neurophysiologist speak at a health conference in Montreal Canada and he said that current estimates put over 51% of the US population on some type of prescription medication. That’s over 160 million people in the US alone! We definitely need perspective. But more importantly, we need to slow this whole thing down and get […]

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May, 2015

3 critical concepts to not mess up our kids.

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I had an ironic conversation with a mom in for her adjustment this week. She was really stressing about her first born and what she should do. This blog is in response to reflecting back on that conversation. The irony was that I was plesantly surprised by my response to her concerns. I guess I must be learning something as I do life:) I wish I was this smart 15 years ago when we started having kids. Coming clean Confession. I’m a bit over the top on trying to have […]

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May, 2015

Do You Make the Mistake Thinking People are as Ethical and Moral as You?

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A few months ago I read both Necessary Endings and Boundaries for Leaders by Dr. Henry Cloud and they left a huge impression. If you’ve ever struggled with unethical people or individuals with a “messed up” moral compass these books are a God send. You need to read both. I know they are written from a business perspective but Dr. Cloud’s insight is masterful. Before I dive into my own experience, I want to make it crystal clear that I believe in John Maxwell’s concept of viewing everyone I meet with […]

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