Monthly Archives:
July 2019

Your Poor Feet

Published: July 29, 2019   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

Huge numbers of people develop foot pain in their 60s, but it can start as early as the 20s and 30s. Excessive weight, diabetes and circulation problems can contribute to foot pain. Proper footwear and regular exercise can play a crucial role in preventing foot problems. The average person walks the equivalent of three times […]

From the first moment I walked in the door I felt at ease.

Published: July 24, 2019   |   Category: Testimonials   |   Service:

Dr. Caroline and her staff have been tremendously helpful to me in the past few months. I have always had back pain, and have always been fearful of chiropractors.  To tell the truth, I wasn’t sure it was “real.”  Well, I am pregnant now and the back pain has become excruciating.  My OB suggested a […]

Her touch is magic.

Published: July 24, 2019   |   Category: Testimonials   |   Service:

Dr Caroline is top notch.  When is comes to a Health Care Professional that looks at the whole picture she is your best bet.  She not only looks at the whole picture and wants what is best for you, she honest to goodness CARES.  She invest her time and her words into giving you her […]

Auriculotherapy

Published: July 20, 2019   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

Auriculotherapy was developed by Dr. Paul Nogier, a neurologist, in the 1950’s. He became interested in the study when several of his sciatic patients related how they had been helped by a middle eastern woman. They reported that their suffering ended after she put a hot needle into their ears. Nogier began his quest to […]

Financial transparency because relationships matter most.

Published: July 18, 2019   |   Category: Blog   |  

A Currency of Relationship After the dermatologist checked a few moles, I proceeded to the front desk to settle my account. The staff informed me that I did not have to pay. Not even a co-pay. That’s weird. My annual individual deductible is $4,500. Certainly I was supposed to pay something?  At the next visit […]

Common Dance Injuries

Published: July 11, 2019   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

Dancer’s Fracture “I landed badly from a jump and now it hurts to walk.” This is the most common acute fracture seen in dancers. This fracture occurs along the 5th metatarsal, the long bone on the outside of the foot. The typical method of injury is landing from a jump on an inverted (turned-in) foot. […]

From Stroke to Hope

Published: July 8, 2019   |   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, 2019   |   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 […]

Benefits of Chiropractic for Babies

Published: July 5, 2019   |   Category: Blog   |  

•Improve the chance of a vaginal delivery for infants in the breech position using the Webster Technique to correct the mother’s pelvic and spinal alignment, thereby decreasing intrauterine constraint. •Decrease stress to the infant’s spine, skull and central nerve system during delivery. •Address potential spinal and cranial misalignments resulting from c-section, forceps, vacuum, prolonged, or […]

Sadness for a Patient’s Grandmother

Published: July 4, 2019   |   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, 2019   |   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. […]