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July 2018

From Stroke to Hope

Published: July 8, 2018   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

Theresa has been a wellness patient since 1998. In her early 60’s, she has always been the epitome of health: exercise, good nutrition, loving family, positive attitude. Last year, she had a stroke. Apparently, a microscopic blood vessel in her brain had been defective since birth. Otherwise, there was no explanation for the stroke. Three […]

Torque Release Technique

Published: July 8, 2018   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

(Article courtesy of torquerelease.com.au) Torque Release Technique in chiropractic language this is known as a “low-force,” “neurologically-based,” “tonal,” “subluxation-centered” assessment and adjusting technique. The methods TRT offers have firm foundations in science: 1) Anatomy and an understanding of the amazing structure of the spinal column, spinal cord and central nervous system. 2) Physiology and cutting-edge […]

Sadness for a Patient’s Grandmother

Published: July 4, 2018   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

I am sad about something. A patient told me that she had spoken to her 82-year old grandmother in France recently. She found out grandma was at a point where she no longer has the desire to live because she is experiencing excruciating back pain. Surgery from a few years ago was not effective. Meds […]

Stephanie: A Hero with Traumatic Brain Injury

Published: July 3, 2018   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

I have a hero. Her name is Stephanie. If you see her while you are at Balance Atlanta, I hope you say hello. She deserves a standing ovation. So does her mother, Carolyn. Lives were on the line. Miracles happened. One year ago, I gave a talk for the Mild Traumatic Brain Injury support group. […]

Traveling the Highway from Hell

Published: July 2, 2018   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

Fred is a fellow chiropractor. He has successfully built and sold several clinics. Excluding his family, he has kept his phobia of driving on the highway a secret. Twelve-years ago, while traveling on the stretch between Tucson and Phoenix, he experienced a major panic attack. It was as though a baseball bat had whacked him […]