Happy World Spine Day

October is National Chiropractic Month and today, October 16, 2019 is World Spine Day! I’ve been intending to get back to posting online and today seems like the perfect day to start. This also marks the 1 month anniversary (or maybe monthiversary) of opening my new practice in Lindon, Utah! I love being here and I’m so grateful for the office I was blessed to find. If you haven’t yet, please visit our new Photo Gallery to see picture of the new office. Feel free to let us know what you think.

I love being a chiropractor and find great joy in helping others to feel better and improve their quality of life, through the work that I do. It is often miraculous and always amazing to me when patients come in with serious issues and leave feeling relief of pain and improved function. … More Happy World Spine Day

Happy New Year!

I did not post anything least week. In the interest of “peace on earth” I refrained from posting. With 2018 in full swing, I thought we’d start out the new year with something to help you accomplish at least one of your New Years resolutions. To exercise or get in better shape! This is a simple challenge from our friends at WebExercises and encompasses a 4 week challenge … More Happy New Year!

’tis the season to be “snotty”

Last week, I shared info on some great acupressure points on the ear. I told you how I had started to feel a little congested and the sinus and throat point opened me up. Well, unfortunately, it wasn’t enough and a full-on cold virus infection ensued. Sometimes doctors take the worst care of themselves and I’ve just been dealing with the symptoms of this infection and not doing anything about it. When I read this excellent article this morning from Forbes Middle East, it reminded me of how important it is for me to get adjusted regularly … More ’tis the season to be “snotty”

Easy Reflexology/ Acupressure

I am so impressed by how “little” things can make such a BIG difference in our lives. As a chiropractor, I get to see big changes in my patients from just the small things I do for them in the office. We see even bigger changes when the patients do exercises, or other activities that I have taught them to do, on their own. I love things like in this video below from Ayurveda by Curejoy. The video shows several simple acupressure points on the ear, that you can activate with a basic clothespin, to provide relief of symptoms in various parts of your body. I was having a lot of sinus congestion and post-nasal drip irritating my throat. I just held … More Easy Reflexology/ Acupressure

Goodbye Movember

Well, Movember is over and Christmas is just around the corner. I did pretty well with my beard growth, resisting the temptation to trim (even around the lips). As promised, here are some pictures of my beard in all of its glory. I know I’m not much to look at, but the beard turned out pretty good. I have also learned that there are some ways to raise money during Movember, to help raise awareness of men’s health issues. The Movember Foundation has a website where … More Goodbye Movember