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Is your child calling out for help?

Published: January 24, 2021   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

There is nothing certain about parenting. With the territory comes a wild mix of feelings. Most definitely. Lots unconditional love and undeniable pride. And in the swirl of it all, plenty of overwhelm and confusion, too. “Holy smokes, what have we created?” There are just as many questions as there are answers. The pressure of […]

Sleep Deprivation Kills

Published: January 10, 2021   |   Category: Blog   |   Service: ,

I read health history forms of new patients each day. Besides learning about the typical back and neck problems, what strikes me with alarming curiosity is how many people list insomnia as a major health issue. Over the past six weeks, we have performed dozens and dozens of EEGs. Upon examining the numerical values of […]

Torque Release Technique and EEG Brainwave Function

Published: January 2, 2021   |   Category: Research   |   Service: ,

New Technique Introduced – EEG Confirms Results – By Jay Holder, DC One of the most exciting events during Life College’s 20th anniversary Homecoming was the debut of the Torque Release TechniqueTM, billed as the first and newest adjustment technique for chiropractic’s second century. The debut was no less exciting for having been unplanned. Jay […]

Sleep Articles

Published: September 11, 2020   |   Category: Cool Stuff   |   Service:

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Mood Articles

Published: September 11, 2020   |   Category: Cool Stuff   |   Service:

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From Stroke to Hope

Published: July 8, 2020   |   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 […]

Stephanie: A Hero with Traumatic Brain Injury

Published: July 3, 2020   |   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, 2020   |   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 […]

Mental Health Breakthrough with Chiropractic

Published: June 23, 2020   |   Category: Blog   |   Service: ,

This is a testimonial from a patient who originally came to see me for neck pain. Little did we both realize how a few weeks later chiropractic care would affect the state of her mental health. I’m sure if you ask me 6 months from now to tell you about the benefits of chiropractic care, […]

Stress Management and Chiropractic

Published: June 13, 2020   |   Category: Blog   |   Service: , ,

Chiropractic revolves around the idea that stress, whether it be physical, chemical or emotional in nature, affects the body’s ability to properly function and leads to poor health. More and more research keeps piling up to support this concept, but the short and long-term effects of stress are hardly ever addressed by the modern medical […]

Beating Addiction

Published: June 11, 2020   |   Category: Blog   |   Service: , ,

Dr. Jay M. Holder shows why combining chiropractic, auriculotherapy, amino acids, counseling and 12-step programs may be the groundbreaking answer to all addictions including alcohol, cocaine, heroin, nicotine, eating disorders, sex and gambling. In the first days of its second century, chiropractic may be a bold, effective, and inexpensive solution to the alarming problem of […]