To Supplement, OR Not Supplement What does your dietary supplement regimen look like? When it comes to the patients I regularly work with in practice, I find that there are generally 2 types of people- those who drastically over-supplement (oftentimes with poor quality products that are...

The American Opioid Crisis As a Chiropractic physician it is my goal to always look for the root cause or contributing factors of my patient’s ailments. I work a great deal with those who have suffered sports, auto, or work injuries and have a high success...

Simple Tricks for Boosting Immune Function When my wife and I welcomed our beautiful daughter into the world almost 3 years ago, we had no idea that, in addition to an abundance of joy; she would also bring more than her fair share of germs, colds...

We spend about one third of our lives in our bedrooms. Outside of the small amount of time coming and going, the majority of this time is typically spent sleeping (or attempting to sleep). Many are well aware of the importance of sleep and may...

I’ve never been one to get overly excited about the latest and greatest “superfood” being pushed. It seems that much of the hype around the nutritional benefits of particular foods is really just clever marketing techniques. So, when I first heard about Moringa oleifera I...

While recently treating a new chiropractic patient with a neck injury, the patient happened to mention a few other ailments that he’d been dealing with for some time. The first was an ongoing right knee problem from two prior ACL surgeries and the second was...

Diminish Dust!  Step 5 in reducing toxic exposure involves reducing your dust. Toxins are very easily transported into homes through windows, vents and on the bottoms of our shoes and pets feet.  According to the EWG “One recent study by the Silent Spring Institute identified...

Reducing Toxic Exposure Clean out your cleaners- Step 4 of reducing toxic exposure involves common household cleaners. Ironically, sometimes the products that we use to clean our homes are actually exposing us to more harmful chemicals than the spills and messes we were cleaning up! According...

Rethink those toiletries- Step 3 of reducing toxic exposure often goes unnoticed and resides in your bathrooms. Shampoos, hair dye/sprays/styling products, makeup, perfumes, skin creams, toothpaste, deodorant and other toiletries often contain ingredients such as phthalates, parabens, fluoride, propylene glycol, formaldehyde, lead, mercury, aluminum, sodium...

Filter your water- Step 2 of reducing toxic exposure involves one of our most basic elements for survival- water. Unfiltered water has been shown to contain traces of a number of unregulated chemicals including arsenic, fluoride, chlorine, lead, copper, mercury, trihalomethanes (chemicals created when chlorine...