In an effort to reach more people I am undertaking to inform previous clients about the wide number of conditions I have helped over the years.
asthma, allergies, carpal tunnel, shin splints, back pain, leg pain, foot pain, arm pain, ankle pain, wrist pain, hand pain, neck pain, head pain, back stiffness, shoulder stiffness, hip stiffness, neck stiffness, jaw stiffness, autism, ADHD, ADD, diarrhea, cramps, constipation, restless legs,
menstrual symptoms, SIBO, cramps, irritability, nausea, breech birth trauma, irritable bowel, fatigue, depression, anxiety, insomnia, heartburn, GERD, low pancreas function, indigestion, arrhythmia, arthritis, colic, recurring shoulder dislocation, headaches, migraines, arm tingling, leg numbness, arm numbness, leg tingling, dysbiosis, small intestine bacterial overgrowth, rheumatoid arthritis, diverticulosis, facial tics, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome
I purposely made the above list a little difficult to decipher because I want to make my point it is worth contacting me about any condition that is not a medical emergency and coming in for a free consult.
history and structural assessment
structural correction using deep muscle releasing
foods to eat
exercises to do emphasizing stretches that can be done while reading the paper or watching TV
supplements as needed
My goal is to improve health without keeping clients coming forever.
I went to chiropractic school and in my senior year I learned how to change bone alignment using muscle releasing techniques instead of bone adjusting. I preferred the slower style and pursued it. During the first two years of my practice I developed most of what I do now. I observed that with muscle work I could get faster results than bone adjusting and the results would last a lot longer.
Two years after graduating I took a two year credit course in chiropractic diagnosis and management of internal conditions. The instructor imparted a detailed understanding of the nervous system that I use constantly.
During the past 34 years since my graduation in 1980 the bulk of my continuing education has been Functional Medicine. I attended seminars taught by Jeff Bland, the father of functional medicine. I also learned from four other biochemists and experts in supplementation over the years.
My thinking naturally follows several pathways at a time. Every issue has multiple causes and each cause can be modified in several ways. By brain storming together we can develop small steps that lead to better health.