Vaccinations and Autism Linked?

Hi all! This article just came across my desk. I believe we really need to due our due diligence and look at all sides to make an educated decision about what we are doing to our kids…

Featured Article: Vaccinations Linked to Autism in Two New Studies

A direct link between certain vaccinations and autism was shown and discussed in two published studies.  The first of these studies is a scientific article published on August 27, 2014, in the journal Translational Neurodegeneration, that exposed a link between Measles-mumps-rubella vaccination and autism in African American boys. The study is titled; “Measles-mumps-rubella vaccination timing and autism among young African American boys: a reanalysis of CDC data.”

This study suggests that the data showing the link between MMR and autism was available for a number of years but was evidently covered up by the CDC and influences in the vaccine community. The results of this study state, “When comparing cases and controls receiving their first MMR vaccine before and after 36 months of age, there was a statistically significant increase in autism cases specifically among African American males who received the first MMR prior to 36 months of age.”

Not long after this first study was released, many pro-vaccination forces voiced their concerns. After what must have been intense pressure, the CDC study was retracted from the journal and suggestions were made that the author, a senior researcher for decades at the CDC, had a conflict of interest and his research was flawed.

The second study linking vaccinations to autism centered around the chicken pox, Hepatitis-A and MMR vaccines. Published in the September 2014 issue of the Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology  (JPHE) is a study that reveals a clear correlation between autism disorder (AD) and MMR, Varicella (chickenpox) and Hepatitis-A vaccines.

The results of the JPHE study state, “When comparing cases and controls receiving their first MMR vaccine before and after 36 months of age, there was a statistically significant increase in autism cases specifically among African American males who received the first MMR prior to 36 months of age.”

Lead author and scientist for the Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute, Dr. Theresa Deisher, pointed out that many of these vaccines are made using cells from aborted babies. This type of vaccine creates additional health issues.  She stated, “Not only are the human fetal contaminated vaccines associated with autistic disorder throughout the world, but also with epidemic childhood leukemia and lymphomas.”

“What we have found is that across continents, and across decades, change points in autism disorder are clearly associated with the introduction of vaccines produced using human fetal cell lines,” Deisher said. “Each time we inject our children with one of these vaccines, we are also injecting them with residual fetal human DNA.”

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Ebola: What, Me Worry?

I am sure you have been hearing about this whole ebola thing. The media and powers to be like to pour it on about the whole outbreak and dangers of it all. They really like to scare you into doing something.

Am I worried about it?


As it says up on the wall at my office:

“Worry about nothing”

First off, worrying won’t solve anything and it will actually make you weaker. It will make your natural defenses, your immune system weaker which makes you more open to any kind of bug or disease process.

You see, that’s the real key to avoiding ebola, disease or any other kind of bugs and germs from “getting” you. Have a strong functioning body and immune system.

The bugs are like a lion hunting zebras. Simba doesn’t go for the strong front runners. Rather, he’s going to catch the slow, weak ones at the back of the pack.

Your best defense is to have a strong functioning nerve system which means you will have a strong functioning immune system and body.

Regular adjusting will keep your nerve system and body strong.

Add to that eating well, drinking plenty of water, exercising and being grateful and you have a recipe for living a strong, happy healthful life!

These lifestyle choices are in your hands to make or not make.

Take charge of your life and health, after all it is your responsibility and no one else’s. Make the right choices daily then let go and let God take care of the rest of it.

I am always here to help you with this.

See you at your next adjustment,



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I hate running but even I could do this…

Running for 7 minutes a day cuts risk of death by 30 percent, study says.

According to a new study published this week in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, you can reduce your risk of death up to 30 percent by running.

Whether it’s a long sprint, or a slow jog, running for even a few minutes a day can reduce your risk of death from heart disease compared to those who don’t run at all.

A recent study shed light on how beneficial running can be for cardiovascular health.

Researchers followed over 55,000 participants aged 18 to 100, over a period of 15 years, during which more than 3,000 died. A total of 1,217 deaths were related to cardiovascular, or heart and artery, disease.

Runners, who made up just under a quarter of the study population, had a 30 percent lower risk of death from all causes and a 45percent lower risk of death from heart disease or stroke than non-runners. They also lived an average three years longer.

Running for less than 51 minutes a week – or about seven minutes a day reduced the chances of dying. When the data was broken down by age, sex, body mass index, smoking and alcohol use, the benefits were still the same.

The speed at which runners ran made little difference on the overall benefits, suggesting that healthy exercise does not have to be exhausting or time-consuming.

So run 7 minutes a day AND get adjusted once a week then you can really add a lot of life to your life for a minimum time investment. You can’t beat that!

See you at your next adjustment,


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“What’ chu talkin’ ’bout Willis?”

Do you remember that famous line from Arnold in Diff’rent Strokes or am I just dating myself? Arnold

My point is what you say has a dramatic affect on you.

Ever hear this one?: Sticks and stones may break my bones  but names will never hurt me”

The truth is names will hurt you. Your subconscious hears everything you say and takes it all as truth.

The mouth is like a pen and your heart is like a tablet. When you say something over and over, it gets on the inside of you and becomes you. It’s not something you have to try to do anymore, it’s who you are.

Everything you say after “I am…” is what you’ll be.

If you say things a lot like “I’m tired, I’m sad, I’m stupid…” Well then pretty soon you will be tired, sad and stupid!

Start paying attention to what you are saying each day. Make sure you are saying what you want to be. “I’m strong, I’m smart, I’m happy…” Even if you don’t feel like those right now keep saying them and pretty soon you will! As they say “Fake it ’till you make it”!

For example when people ask me how things are going, instead of saying “I’m busy” (ever hear that one? Yeah like a 1000 times a day) I have started saying “I’m keeping myself entertained”. Means the same but doesn’t that sound a whole lot more fun?

Start working on changing your usual go to statements to something more positive and you will begin the transformation to a new happier you!

see you at your next adjustment,


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Hepatitis B Vaccine given to newborns – Why?

Hi everybody! Here is an article from Tim O’Shea, D.C. who is an expert on vaccinations. He talks about why we are giving Hep B vaccinations to newborns only hours after birth. 


Hepatitis B is an inflammatory liver disease, found most often among drug addicts.  Most victims recover on their own within a few months, with no chronic liver disease.  In 1991, however, the CDC and the AAP began including Hepatitis B vaccine for all infants.  (p 172 [199])  Why?

Before 1991, hepatitis B vaccine was only given to high risk groups – health workers, drug users, those with multiple sex partners, and those with a history of the disease.

The disease is transmissible from mother to infant, but if the mother tests negative, it is very unlikely that the infant will have multiple sex partners or be an IV drug abuser, know what I’m saying?

Especially within the first day of life.  This is the type of common sense notion that gets overlooked when fortunes are to be made.

Efficacy? No long-term studies had been done before the vaccine was forced on the general population.  (Neustaedter, p125) [199] The insert itself says that the vaccine was only monitored for 5 days before it was released on the market! [38]

Merck had been developing the Hep B vaccine since the early 1970s, and testing it on live populations of monkeys and humans.  (p.244) [231] Formaldehyde, a carcinogenic inactivator used in many vaccines, supposedly tones down the Hep B virus so that the vaccine hopefully doesn’t give the person hepatitis.

But the real horror of Hepatitis B vaccine comes into focus when you find out that this mercury-laden vaccine is given on the first day of life.  The EPA safe level of mercury is .1 micrograms per kilogram per day.  For an adult, that is.

As of 2004, one hepatitis B shot had 30 times that amount! – FDA Hepatitis Control, [246]

Side effects?  The CDC failed to mention any side effects in 8 million people who received the vaccine before 1991.  (p 175) [199] But a number of studies have documented the following adverse reactions to the Hepatitis B vaccine:

Guillain-Barre                 enlarged spleen

demyelinating disease     anaphylactic shock

autoimmune reactions     jaundice [38]

In a statement to Congress, Director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons Jane Orient, MD said that deaths and adverse reactions to hepatitis B vaccines are

“…vastly underreported, as formal long-term studies of vaccine safety have not been completed.  [176]

“…for most children the risk of a serious vaccine reaction may be 100 times greater than the risk of Hepatitis B.”

By 1999, the number of reported severe adverse reactions to the Hep B vaccine became higher than the actual number of cases of the disease itself! ( Townsend Letter, Sep 2000, p 148) [171]

Hepatitis B vaccination was dropped from the mandatory school program in France in Oct.  1998 after 15,000 citizens filed a class action suit against the government.  The reason: hundreds of neurological and auto-immune disorders.  (Belkin) [233]


There were at least 6 articles in the New York Times in 2008 in which the conclusion, always by some junior health writer, was that unvaccinated children pose a risk to the community at large, because they perpetuate disease.

On 1 Oct 08 the NYT ran a story titled “Study Links Hepatitis B And Cancer Of Pancreas.” [76]

There was no actual study, nor did the article definitely link anything to anything.  In a cursory review of data with cancer patients, they noticed a higher than normal history of hepatitis B among one group of cancer patients.  The authors themselves claim no definite causality between the two conditions – it’s just initially noteworthy.  [77]

This was an epidemiological study, which means it’s not a study at all, just a first-draft data comparison.  It’s an idea for a study; that’s all.

This confused essay made the unfounded statements:

“chronic hepatitis B …  globally, is a major cause of liver cancer…”

“…  A vaccine can prevent the infection and the cancer.  But when an unvaccinated person develops a chronic infection, it cannot be cured, though antiviral drugs may help control it.”

First of all hepatitis B may only become chronic 5% of the time.  [239] Merck p 382]  It is chronic hepatitis that is associated with liver cancer, not the mild self-limiting variety, which is 90% of the cases with hep B.  ([78] Jay Marks, MD)

Secondly, there is no proof of efficacy for a hepatitis B vaccine for any infection, as we have already seen above.  Nor can any vaccine prevent cancer.  Or any infection!  Even the manufacturers of Hep B vaccine would never claim that it can prevent cancer – that is impossible.  How then does a feature writer get away with making such a baroque claim in a national publication?

Third, when the unvaccinated contract any infection, they stand just as much chance of cure as anyone else.  Being unvaccinated does not lower the immune system; in fact it’s just the opposite.

The vaccinated, especially infants, have a much more difficult time fighting off infections, because of the immuno-suppressive nature of experimental attenuated agents and toxic adjuvants.  Remember, vaccines are not given for infections.  They never were, and no scientist ever made such an absurd claim.

Never a bastion of fourth estate ethics or responsible reporting, it seems apparent in recent years that the NYT has become a repository for sensationalistic copy, with a decreasing level of accountability, if not an outright  mouthpiece for the drug industry.  A quick look at the ads in any issue will illuminate their allegiance.

In the business of casting aspersions and innuendo, things like reliability and fact checking tend to go quietly by the wayside.

Assuming readers are getting dumber all the time, editors figure they don’t really have to be accountable or verify what they say, since it’s only about creating an impression, an instant impression as people speedscan the article on their way to wherever.

When the topic of hepatitis B vaccine comes up, just remember one thing: it’s not a childhood disease.  Never was.


There’s a related story every parent should read, especially those who think they’re doing the right thing to vaccinate a newborn with the dangerous Hepatitis B shot.  If the baby has a reaction, the parents are now the prime target for accusations of Shaken Baby!  Not kidding – this happens all the time.  Look at  [17] (Elber)

  We all need to get all the information from all sides to be able to make an educated decision, especially where our kids are concerned. This article is an excerpt from Tim’s book  Vaccination Is Not Immunization 2013 , I highly recommend you read this if you have or are planning on having kids.

See you at your next adjustment,


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Age is Just a Number!

I hear a lot of people (sometimes me too!) bemoaning getting older. But it’s not the years it’s what you do with the years that count.

Check out Olga:

Most people would probably say Olga is quite unusual and amazing. But why shouldn’t she be the norm instead of the exception?

We are too accepting of breaking down and losing the ability to do stuff as we age. People think it is “normal” to lose function, have more and more problems, taking more and more drugs as we get older. This is common NOT normal!

The physical degeneration of our society is due to how we are living our lives. Eating and drinking too much crap, not moving enough, stressing on everything leads directly to early breakdown.

Take heart, it is never too late to get younger. If you give your body a chance it will heal and get stronger. Here are the three things you need to do to live a happy, healthy long life:

  1. Have an attitude of Gratitude. We all have problems but we all have blessings too. Focus and think about your blessings instead of your problems all the time. If I’m not dead or in prison it’s a great day!
  2. Move Better, Eat Better, Think Better. This is simple; exercise, eat and drink healthy, and quit your stinkin’ thinkin’ !
  3. Keep your Brain connected to your Body. This is where getting adjusted regularly comes in. It will remove the stress induced interference in your nerve system so your body can function correctly. That’s called Health!

Your life is your responsibility. Take control and make these changes so you too can be high jumping into your nineties!

See you at your next adjustment,



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How to be happy without taking a pill…

Here is a great article I ran across, hope you enjoy it:

The Simple Thing That Makes the Happiest People in the World So Happy

  • By Eric Barker


Research has found about 9 zillion things you can do to increase happiness.

Of course, you’re probably not doing any of them. To be fair, most people don’t really do much to deliberately make their lives happier.

Researchers found that the majority of the subjects they studied were not able to identify anything they had done recently to try to increase their happiness or life satisfaction.

So you want to start? You want something insanely easy to do that research has demonstrated over and over again works?

Something that the happiest people in the world all do?

Here you go:

Next time something good happens, stop whatever you are doing, give it a second and appreciate that moment.

Old cliches like “stopping to smell the roses” and “it’s the little things in life”? They’re true.

The happiness researchers call it “Savoring.” Here’s how it works.

What Is Savoring?

We’re busy. We’re multitasking. And we think this makes things better because we get more done.

But the problem is that means you’re paying less attention to any one thing — and therefore you enjoy all of those things less.

Do you watch TV while you eat? That means you’ll enjoy your food less.

Savoring is all about attention. Focus on the bad, you’ll feel bad. Focus on the good and… guess what happens?


The key component to effective savoring is focused attention. By taking the time and spending the effort to appreciate the positive, people are able to experience more well-being.

“Stopping to smell the roses”? It’s true. People who take time to appreciate beauty around them really are happier.


Those who said they regularly took notice of something beautiful were 12 percent more likely to say they were satisfied with their lives.

Research shows that the happiest people take the time to appreciate the little things in life.

I know what you’re thinking: correlation isn’t causation. Maybe they’re just wired that way.

Nope. Wrong answer. Research shows it can work for anybody.

Focusing on the positive and appreciating those things more leads to happiness increases in less than a week.


One group was told to focus on all the upbeat things they could find— sunshine, flowers, smiling pedestrians. Another was to look for negative stuff— graffiti, litter, frowning faces. The third group was instructed to walk just for the exercise. At the end of the week, when the walkers’ well-being was tested again, those who had deliberately targeted positive cues were happier than before the experiment. The negatively focused subjects were less happy, and the just plain exercisers scored in between. The point, says Bryant, is that “you see what you look for. And you can train yourself to attend to the joy out there waiting to be had, instead of passively waiting for it to come to you.”

Impressive, huh?

Okay, so what’s the best way to start savoring?

Savoring 101


Just for a second.

Stop checking texts when your friends are right in front of you. Stop watching TV while you eat. Don’t surf the web while you’re on the phone.

Just do one thing at a time that you like, and don’t hurry through it. Slow down and appreciate it.

Just doing that — that alone — caused significant decreases in depression and increases in happiness.

In one set of studies, depressed participants were invited to take a few minutes once a day to relish something that they usually hurry through (e.g., eating a meal, taking a shower, finishing the workday, or walking to the subway). When it was over, they were instructed to write down in what ways they had experienced the event differently as well as how that felt compared with the times when they rushed through it. In another study, healthy students and community members were instructed to savor two pleasurable experiences per day, by reflecting on each for two or three minutes and trying to make the pleasure last as long and as intensely as possible. In all these studies those participants prompted to practice savoring regularly showed significant increases in happiness and reductions in depression.

In many ways time is key when it comes to savoring. Knowing something has limited days or hours helps you savor.

When things will soon come to an end we don’t take them for granted. We’re grateful, we savor them and we’re happier.

Seek out those bittersweet moments because research shows they will help you appreciate things more.


When we are fully mindful of the transience of things—an impending return home from an overseas adventure, a graduation, our child boarding the school bus for the first day of kindergarten, a close colleague changing jobs, a move to a new city—we are more likely to appreciate and savor the remaining time that we do have. Although bittersweet experiences also make us sad, it is this sadness that prompts us, instead of taking it for granted, to come to appreciate the positive aspects of our vacation, colleague, or hometown; it’s “now or never.”

This can really help you get more out of life.

And here’s the best part: you don’t have to do it alone.

How Savoring Can Improve Your Relationships

Sharing good news with your loved ones is a happiness double whammy.

It helps you savor and improves your relationship.


Sharing successes and accomplishments with others has been shown to be associated with elevated pleasant emotions and well-being. So, when you or your spouse or cousin or best friend wins an honor, congratulate him or her (and yourself ), and celebrate. Try to enjoy the occasion to the fullest. Passing on and rejoicing in good news leads you to relish and soak up the present moment, as well as to foster connections with others.

But good news doesn’t come along every day. Is there something you can do more regularly as a couple to savor?

Create rituals the two of you can engage in.

Do a toast before drinking and look into each other’s eyes. Or any little thing that slows the moment down for appreciation.

Rituals are a great way to promote savoring around a meal:

You can think about rituals that you yourself might engage in prior to consumption experiences. What they do, they make us a little bit more mindful about the consumption experience that we are about to have. Because of that, we end up savoring the food or whatever we are drinking more…

But what about when things aren’t so great? Can we boost our happiness when there are no good things to savor right now?

Yes, you can.

Savoring Is Also a Time Machine

Savoring doesn’t just need to happen in the moment.

Reminiscing about the past and anticipating the future are also powerful, proven ways to savor — and boost your mood.

People prone to joyful anticipation, skilled at obtaining pleasure from looking forward and imagining future happy events, are especially likely to be optimistic and to experience intense emotions. In contrast, those proficient at reminiscing about the past—looking back on happy times, rekindling joy from happy memories—are best able to buffer stress.

Reminiscing about past good times with others is like sharing good news.

Researchers have found that mutual reminiscence—sharing memories with other people—is accompanied by abundant positive emotions, such as joy, accomplishment, amusement, contentment, and pride.

Here is a  four point system that I love:

  1. Anticipate with pleasure,
  2. Savor the moment as I experience it,
  3. Express my happiness to myself or others, and
  4. Reflect on a happy memory.

How much simpler can being happier get?

Sum Up

The cliches tell us to stop and smell the roses. The science agrees.

And when you survey 1200 people over 70 years old, who have had full lives, what advice do they offer?

Here’s what they said:

…you should savor small, daily experiences and make the most of every day.

We all want to be happy and sometimes it seems so hard to get there. But the answer is simpler than we think and right in front of us.

(Hey, stop skimming. Slow down. Appreciate the words.)

Seriously: stop and smell the roses today. Enjoy the little things in life.

Science shows us it really does make a difference.

Hope this helped.

See you at your next adjustment,


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Chiropractic vital to their Lives and Livelihoods…

Take a look at what Chiropractic means to these top performers:

Professional Athletes Perform at their Best with Chiropractic Care
Joe Montana – SF 49ers – Three Time Superbowl MVP
Chiropractic care works for me.

Barry Bonds – San Francisco Giants
I go to my chiropractor on a regular basis, because I want to prolong my career as long as possible. I see my chiropractor about once a week, in between my training. By getting an adjustment once a week, I feel I can sustain my career a lot longer.

Arnold Schwarzenegger  

Through the years, Arnold has had much to say about chiropractic:”I am very fortunate to have, so to speak, my in-house chiropractor, Dr. Franco Columbu, as my own personal chiropractor. He adjusts my wife, my kids, me, everybody gets an adjustment. And we feel always great when Franco leaves. Even when I have athletic injuries, he’s always there for me and helps me. That’s why I always will be traveling…all over the world, talking highly about the profession of chiropractic. You chiropractic doctors are really miracle workers. So you know that with chiropractic you will be 100 percent, it’s just fantastic.

Aaron Rodgers ~ Super Bowl XLV MVP Quarterback Green Bay Packers
Performing at my best is important to me and should be to everyone. I am blessed that my dad is a chiropractor. Getting adjusted regularly – along with practicing other good health habits that my mom helped me establish – are all part of my goal to win in life and on the field. 

John Stockton ~ Utah Jazz
The secret to my continued success into my 40’s has been seeing a chiropractor on a regular basis. 

Emmitt Smith Credits Chiropractic for Rushing Record!
Playing in a football game is like being in 30-40 car accidents.”An article in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram explains it all started after the 1994 season when Smith endured a lot of hamstring problems and he began to ask himself some tough questions. “Do I need to get more rest? Do I need to eat better? Do I need a little more training? How can I take care of my body better? Do I need to find a chiropractor? It was time for me to invest in me,” Smith said. “I found a specialist that’s really good in balancing out my body to make sure my hips are rotated right, and my body is functioning properly. I remember somebody telling me that what I put myself in during the games is like having a car wreck every Sunday. It’s against the norm. You can find yourself in awkward positions. That stuff takes its toll. But if you take advantage of the health care, balance your body back out, put it back where it’s supposed to be, you function better, and you recover faster.

Mel Gibson
I got a chiropractor to come along to the (Patriot) shoot, because they can actually stick you back together within 15 minutes. He used to come every other week, from Los Angeles to South Carolina – spend a week and work on the entire crew. All the stunt guys were like, Oh, fix my disc. He is putting their discs back in. The guy is amazing.” Lance Armstrong
Eight Time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong has been receiving chiropractic care since January of 1999, helping him to keep his body together for the harsh demands of the Tour de France. After last year’s Tour de France, Lance said that he could not have won without his chiropractor’s help.

Dan O’Brien – Decathlon Gold Medalist
If it were not for Chiropractic, I would not have won the gold medal. You obviously can’t compete at your fullest if you’re not in alignment. And your body can’t heal if your back is not in alignment. It was the holistic idea that I liked about chiropractic and that is what track and field is about. Every track and field athlete that I have ever met has seen a chiropractor at one time or another. In track and field, it is absolutely essential. Chiropractic care is one of the things I think that no one has denied or refuted.

Jose Canseco, Professional Baseball All-Star 
“I’ve found that it’s a great stress reliever to get adjusted. It takes away a lot of the tightness in the muscles.”

Wade Boggs, Professional Baseball All-Star
 “Last year I found Dr. Newman (Chiropractor), and I have been seeing him ever since. I have been pain-free and feeling terrific. I swear by it. Now, it is just maintenance and keeping in line so the nerves don’t touch.”

Gerald Wilkins, NY Knicks Basketball player 
“I didn’t know how much I could improve until I started seeing a chiropractor. Since I’ve been in chiropractic, I’ve improved by leaps and bounds, both mentally and physically.”

Dr. Joyce Verdel, Fitness Expert 
Chiropractic helps athletes and people working out, engaging in a sport or even just performing daily functions such as walking and sitting, to operate at their peak levels of performance without pain. I highly recommend that you pay a visit to your local chiropractor.” 

Ryne Sandberg, Professional Baseball All-star 
His wife Cindy explained, “He’s had some awesome games after getting an adjustment. He was frequently adjusted before games.”

Barbara Bunkowsky, LPGA Tour Professional
“I have found that chiropractic keeps me flexible and pain-free so that I can perform at my highest level. The benefits of chiropractic have improved my golf swing, putting less stress and strain on my body and allowing me to be a more productive golfer. I believe it also helps prevent other associated injuries that are very common on the LPGA tour.”

Fred Funk, PGA Tour Professional 
“I do believe chiropractic has really benefited my game. Over the last three years, I feel I have become more exposed to, and knowledgeable about, the benefits of chiropractic for me and my game. I realize how your body can get out of balance, and chiropractic care helps…..”

So what about you? Do you want to perform at your best? Live as great a life as you can? Add Chiropractic to your lifestyle and you’ll be amazed at the difference in your life. I’ve seen thousands of people’s lives change for the better over the last 21 years of my practice.

Why not you too?

See you at your next adjustment,


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Don’t Worry… Be Happy!

Today I want to share a video I just came across form one om my heroes and fellow chiropractors Jack LaLanne.
In case you don’t know him Jack, was a pioneer in health and fitness in this country and in fact world wide.
He passed away a few years ago at the age of 96 and he was going strong all the way to the end!
Check Jack’s website at Jack if you would like to know more about this amazing man.
This video probably dates back to the late fifties but applies just as much now:

So get up, get out and get happy!

See you at your next adjustment, Kyle


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Thank You!

Hi everybody.

I just wanted to take this moment and thank you all for everything you do for me.

Thank you for putting your trust in me to help you get healthier.

Thank you for all your kind words and appreciations.

Thank you for spreading the word about what we are doing here so we can reach out and help more people.

Thank you for your patience and understanding when my schedule changes.

I thank God for bringing you all into my life.

God Bless You All,

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