Newsletters

  • July 2021 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Stingers and Neck Injuries If you play contact sports, you’re probably familiar with the concept of a stinger. Also known as a burner, a stinger is the shock a person feels along their arm when they incur nerve damage. Usually, stingers only last a few seconds and the athlete quickly resumes play.

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  • June 2021 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Frozen Shoulder We treat numerous musculoskeletal problems including “frozen shoulder.” Also known as adhesive capsulitis, frozen shoulder is a condition that involves stiffness in the shoulder joint. This happens when the tissue around the shoulder joint loses its synovial fluid, causing discomfort

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  • May 2021 Chiropractic Newsletter

    How do Chiropractors Approach Sciatica? If you feel pain, numbness, or tingling between your lower back and your leg, you’re not alone. Sciatica, one of the most common forms of back pain, occurs in about forty percent of the American adult population at least once in their lives, and is often recurring.

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  • April 2021 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Chiropractic Care for Pregnant Women Many pregnant women experience aches and pains in their lower back and hips as their baby grows. It begs the question: how does a mother-to-be find relief? There are natural remedies to combat pregnancy discomforts. One such holistic remedy is seeing a chiropractor

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  • March 2021 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Sleeping with Less Joint Pain If you’re like most people, you don’t always have an easy time getting comfortable going to sleep and you still feel creaky when you wake up. The relationship between sleep and joint pain is an enormous subject, and your chiropractor’s advice will vary depending on

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  • February Chiropractic Newsletter

    Chiropractic Care and Heart Health February is American Heart Month. While chiropractors are typically associated with back and neck pain, chiropractic care also plays a significant role in heart health. Regular visits to the chiropractor have been shown to decrease chest pain, lower blood pressure,

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  • January 2021 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Avoiding Neck Pain in the New Year Perhaps you slept on the wrong kind of pillow, experienced an auto accident, or simply turned your head in a strange position. Neck pain happens and it happens to people more often than you’d think. But that doesn’t mean you have to live out the rest of your life

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  • December 2020 Chiropractic Newsletter

    It’s that time of the year when the trees start to lose their leaves and the air is chillier. Most people mark this season with cozy fires, flannel pajamas, and hot cocoa. But before you break out the blankets, make sure you visit the chiropractor first. Visiting the chiropractor in the winter should

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  • November 2020 Chiropractic Newsletter

    What is a Herniated Disc? Herniated discs are one of the most common causes of back and limb pain. They’re a problem that people naturally become more at risk for with age, and they can result from ordinary movements. But herniated discs also have a variety of names, including slipped discs, ruptured

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  • October 2020 Chiropractic Newsletter

    National Chiropractic Health Month It’s National Chiropractic Health Month (NCHM)! Held in October every year, NCHM is a nationwide campaign designed to raise awareness about chiropractic care and musculoskeletal health. We’d be lying if we said this year was ordinary. 2020 so far is anything but

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  • September 2020 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Why Keeping Health in Mind is Important for a Desk Job Those of us who work at desk jobs do a lot of sitting. This can easily give us sedentary lives considering we are sitting all day, losing energy, and then after work, we are too tired to get in some exercise. In addition, poor desk posture can lead

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  • August 2020 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Chiropractic Treatment For Auto Accident Injuries When you’re involved in an auto accident - even one that could be described as minor - there are a number of things to consider. There are items that are obvious to take care of such as automotive damage, insurance arrangements, police reports, etc.

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  • July 2020 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Hiking and Chiropractic With summer finally here, hikers will be taking on their favorite rocky trails. Even the most experienced hiker knows the unexpected can happen out there on the trails, so it’s best to be prepared for anything. That means anything from having the right gear and knowing how to

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  • June 2020 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Back Comfort at Home As stay-at-home restrictions are loosened, chiropractic patients are getting long-delayed treatments for pain in their backs, necks, and limbs. But for the many who are still observing some degree of physical distancing, incurring musculoskeletal problems at home remains a significant

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  • May 2020 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Benefits of Chiropractic Care for Runners Are you a casual runner, someone who starts each day with a jog? Or perhaps a marathon runner, training for your next big 30k? Whatever type of runner you classify yourself, it’s important that you keep your body ready for the kind of running you love to do.

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  • April 2020 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Multiple Sclerosis, also known as MS, is a progressive chronic disease that attacks the body’s nervous system. Patients experience symptoms like numbness in the arms and legs along with paralysis or blindness. The severity depends on the patient. The only thing that is standard across the board is

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Newsletter Nov-Dec 2011
Information on pH balancing the body, research study finds reflux medications increase risk of hip fractures, Importance of exercise in elderly population, Food that supports your nerve system, Chiropractic your nerve system and your Inborn Intelligence.   

Newsletter Summer 2011
Information on Free Radicals and how to prevent their negative effects on your body, DHA is brain food for your kids, and the importance of water intake and proper hydration.

Newsletter Spring 2011
Information on body purification / detox and estimating your body mass index, product information on Nature's Sunshine clean start purification program.

Newsletter Nov / Dec 2010
Information on debunking several commonly accepted myths affecting your health, over the counter and prescription antacids increase risk of hip fractures, natural ways to boost your immune system this winter, changes to HSA insurance accounts for 2011, acknowledgment and special thanks to our open house sponsors.

Newsletter Sep/Oct 2010
Information on Candida (prevalence, causes, symptoms, and treatment for), 5th annual Open House, Juice imported from China.

Newsletter Summer 2010
Information on life expectancy, chronic disease, and good lifestyle habits to improve quality of life, health and life expectancy. Proper stretching techniques to decrease injuries and repetitive stress injuries.

Newsletter Spring 2010
Information on Incontinence, Your body's inborn intelligent design to create heal and maintain health, product information on Sinusin a natural homeopathic product for safe and effective relief of most sinus conditions.

Newsletter January 2010
Information on free radicals and their effect on your health, Introducing our new Massage Therapist (Lora Weaver), Article on dangers of artificial sweeteners and healthy alternatives.

Newsletter December 2009
Information on the importance of and amounts of Vitamin D supplementation, Tips on proper food combining, Upcoming Patient Appreciation Day.

Newsletter Sept/Oct 2009
Information on steps to take to boost your immune system including recommendations on immune stimulating supplements, What the sticker on your produce will tell you and genetic modified produce.

Newsletter Summer 2009
Information on dangers of over the counter supplements.

Newsletter Spring 2009
Information on Alzheimer's and Huperzine A supplementation, Xenoestrogens, and Diabetes.

Newsletter January 2009
Information on new breast thermography screening, creating a personalized wellness plan, descriptions and info. of services we provide.

Newsletter Winter 2008
Information on boosting your immune system, digestive enzymes vs. Rolaids, dangers of cows milk, and recipe for sweet potato souffle!

Newsletter Fall 2008
Information on disc decompression therapy and formula 303 (a natural muscle relaxant).

Newsletter Summer 2008
Information on canola oil dangers, purified water and soft drinks (are you drinking enough water?), food combining, research linking heartburn medications and risk of hip fractures, the spine and subluxations.

Newsletter 2006
Info. on sugar and natural sugar substitutes, Dr. Souther's bio.


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