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3 Simple Solutions (Not Resolutions) For The New Year

Read this before you give up on your new year’s resolutions   Here are Dr Sarah’s tips to help you make the most out of your 2018: Get rid of the word resolution instead consider this: Reinvention, Repeat, Resolve Reinvention: Shake up 2018! Doing the same thing and expecting a different result is the definition […]

I had a Dream

I had a dream when I knew at the age of 10 that I wanted to be a chiropractor. I wanted to be in an office where people felt they could be supported and take their health to the next level. When I started at Chiropractic Central and eventually bought the practice at the age […]

Solutions not Resolutions

So here we are….. beginning of February, 2017. ALREADY!!  How are you making out with those resolutions?  Did you even make one? Research shows that 95% of people have broken their resolution by January 15th and many people aren’t even making them anymore.  Why?? Because they have made a resolution every year before and have never […]

Have you lost your Christmas Cheer?

Have you lost your Christmas Cheer? Christmas is coming and I am totally one of those annoying people who starts bringing it up super early.  I find it so interesting and have actually found myself this year that maybe Christmas has turned into Christress. When I start talking about the season with people I am […]

How to Raise a Healthy Family in the Digital Age

Written by Jacky from In the Cove   How much time do you and your kids spend watching screens? The answer is probably too much time. A survey by the British Chiropractic Association found that 73 per cent of children aged between 11 and 16 spent between one and six hours looking at a laptop, tablet […]

Release your Inner Calm

Are you feeling the pressures of everyday life in the fast lane? There are plenty of ways to help yourself find the calm among the storm. Lets look to one of the easiest things to use… YOUR BREATH!! Controlled breathing is a great technique that can be used to help lower blood pressure, promote feelings […]

Pubic Pain in Pregnancy

This week I thought I would touch on a subject that I have only very recently encountered.. With being pregnant, sometimes you feel like your body is still the same as before you were pregnant. It is not until something happens and you get some severe pain that you know your body is changing dramatically. This […]

An Apple a Day

Putting the Apple-a-day Adage To the Test By Robert H. Shmerling, M.D Harvard Health Publications and submitted by Krystyna A. Okay, so maybe you’ve heard this one before: An apple a day keeps the doctor away. I wouldn’t have considered this a myth because everyone knows its not true, right? Well not so fast. A […]

Spinal Health Week 2016

As 2016 is progressing, we are also coming up to 2016 Spinal Health Week. This years theme is Back you Inner Athlete. Leading up to the Rio Olympics this year, we are wanting to inspire people to release your own inner athlete. You don’t need to be world class athlete to release your inner potential. […]

Adjusting the Subluxated Spine changes brain function

New Research is now out about adjusting the subluxated spine changes brain function. Below is an article recently out with the new research. We are very excited to announce that another Spinal Research Foundation facilitated research has been published in a highly reputable journal [1]. The study, undertaken by Heidi Haavik, Kelly Holt, Bernadette Murphy and […]