Here’s to Anna!

Tweet Caring for others is a privilege, and I learn from and appreciate every patient I have had the ability to serve. Every now and then though, I come across someone who inspires me, someone who I recognize to be a person to model my own life after. At 92 […]

Masking Pain

Tweet Being a chiropractor exposes you to the human condition on a daily basis. Among what I’ve learned about people in 4 years that things aren’t always as they seem, people tend to wear ‘masks’ to cover up deep issues that are going on under the surface. People get very […]

Help I have TMJ! What jaw pain means and what to do about it

Tweet “Oh no I have TMJ!” Good news, you’re not the only one! In fact, I have a TMJ, your mom has a TMJ, heck, even your pet cat has a TMJ! That’s because ‘TMJ’ is short for ‘Temporo-Mandibular Joint’, or your jaw joint, but is an acronym commonly used […]

Chiropractic and Digestion- Can it Help?

Tweet Indigestion. Heartburn. Nausea. Constipation. Diarrhea. All cringe-worthy words to describe issues that you’d rather not have but that so many people suffer from on a regular basis (get it? ‘Regular?’…) All joking aside these are also issues that I see many of my clients experience great improvement with as […]

Do I have Scoliosis?

Tweet Most people recognize that having an abnormally curved spine is not a good thing and rightfully so- scoliosis is a condition that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Numerous studies show that it can lead to a higher risk of injury and mortality, depression, poor self-image, respiratory and digestive issues, and […]

Living in Potential

Tweet The REAL reason most people come into my office seeking help isn’t because they have problem X, Y, or Z. Whether or not they consciously realize it, most people come into my office because they believe that they deserve better from their health. Deep down people know that their […]

Chronic Fatigue

Tweet When someone receives a medical diagnosis of Chronic Fatigue it’s through what is called a ‘diagnosis of exclusion.’  This means that in coming to this diagnosis any number of other medical conditions and diseases were ruled out- bloodwork is normal, symptoms aren’t being caused by a bacteria or virus, […]