As a practitioner I am passionate about what chiropractic does. Sometimes I'm very good at expressing it, and sometimes I think everybody already knows about all the benefits of chiropractic care. Here is for those times I assumed you all knew. Did you know that a recent study on chiropractic shows that when we adjust the spine, we significantly decrease activity in the prefrontal cortex. "The study showed a change in brain function by almost 20% on average". The prefrontal c
Your hearts a little racy, your stomach doesn't feel like it's working, your palms are a little sweaty, your mouth dry, you are not sleeping well.. what could this all be??
Is it? No.. It can't be... YES it's STRESS!
Now I hear it all the time. "I'm stressed because.....I'm so busy because..." . Life is such that we don't know our tail from our head. And I am definitely NOT immune to the BUSY rat race.
So why am I writing about the BIG S word. Well because it affects y
I have a confession to make. I. love. magnesium. Why do I love magnesium? Well, I notice a difference when I don’t take magnesium. However if I do take it, I feel like superwoman! I can train hard each morning, and not pull up sore, as long as I take my magnesium. Last week I did a hard core and leg workout and I couldn’t walk (delayed onset muscle soreness), If only I had taken my magnesium, those 3 days would have been better. Insert sad face. As a chiropractor I love magne
Not so long ago, in a social setting, I encountered proud father showing his darling baby girl to his friends. A comment was made about her strong leg muscles, the proud father in response said, “Yeah of course- she probably will go straight to walking” I realised this could just have been a proud father thing to say, but really, is there an underlying understanding that walking sooner is better than crawling? This has me a little concerned. As chiropractors we see many child