Here is some of the advice that I regularly share with my patients to help reinforce their chiropractic care.

  • Prevention and maintenance care can be the best cure for many problems — eliminate the cause before it can take effect!

  • Always drink lots of water throughout the day, especially after any bodywork.

  • Food is the body’s fuel, so eat nutritiously.

  • Movement, activity and exercise are important for maintaining a happy, healthy body.

  • Stretching is not just a part of exercise; it should be a part of everyday life!

  • A good stretching routine should both start and end your day.

  • Two rules for stretching and exercise: never overdo it and always stop if you feel pain.

  • Three of the most common, yet overlooked culprits of back pain are stress, work-stations and sleeping conditions.

  • Always allow the body proper time to heal.

  • Most importantly, respect your body - it’s the only one you have!

What Should You Expect From Your Chiropractor?

  • Complete dedication to your health

  • 100% of the doctor’s attention and energy at each appointment

  • A professional, caring atmosphere

  • Honesty

  • An educational environment designed to increase each patient’s awareness of her or his own body.

How Can Chiropractic Benefit The Whole Family?

  • Chiropractic care provides a holistic approach to optimal health and well being for both adults and children.

  • Children’s bodies can be placed out of balance and alignment by everyday activities. Kids spend their days running and tumbling, and carrying those heavy backpacks for school.

  • Adults, regardless of their activity level, can benefit from chiropractic care to keep the body healthy and functioning at an optimal level.

  • Mothers and Moms-to-be can greatly benefit from chiropractic care throughout pregnancy, because it helps the body adjust to the many structural changes it goes through until the birthing process, which can also be physically taxing for both Mother and baby.

  • After birth, the constant lifting, twisting and nursing — basically, just being a Mom — can have quite an impact on the body as well.

  • The effects of this constant lifting and playing impacts Dads, too.