If the weather and winter break has got you out of routine then use this day to get back on track! See you Saturday!Read More
Keeping the 60 Day Turnarounders rolling in the right direction, and bringing you all along with them! We do workouts of the week with the intention of making them repeatable and enjoyable (I know, sounds crazy to you doesn’t it) and part of an ongoing pursuit of the fourth essential! (increased lean muscle and oxygen) […]Read More
My moniker is the “health guy” to many. Yet I am NOT a “health nut” according to myself. I am a man in the pursuit of health. The reason why this is such an important designation, is because we are so quickly turned towards the symptom. The MOMENT we have a significant health crises, we […]Read More
We all face stressors in life, but ultimately it is up to us to decide if we are stressed or not. I often say that I don’t get stressed, and if you ask those close to me, they would agree… to a fault they might even say. But I feel strongly that God does not want you to be stressed, so it is a goal of mine not to stress.
Recently, my daughter Brooke was given antibiotics after living her entire nine years without ever taking any drug of any kind. I didn’t stress. She is an amazing girl, with amazing health, and is in a time where she could use some assistance to insure that the best outcome occurs. But I did not stress, nor will I now over her ability to overcome any residual effect of the drug, or the illness that made us go in that direction.
Likewise, my life has been loaded with stressors in the last 9 days, but stress has been a small part of my life. However, it has been there more in this time than I think I have had in the last year or more. It all started with my decision to bring my wife into the planning of Garage Games OneRead More
February 19th, 2014 Written by: Dr Mike Breast cancer is the 2nd leading cancer among women. Screening for this particular condition has been around for about a century by way of x-ray and physical examination. It wasn’t until 1969 that the mammogram made its way onto the scene as a powerful new way to detect […]Read More
If you can get out safely, come on by for your adjustment, and then get home before re-freeze occurs!Read More
As much as I would like wait and see. It seems unwise to not trust the volumes of concerns coming not just from the weather arena, but from government officials. So we will be closed tomorrow until further notice. Try not to get subluxated while you are away from your adjustments.Read More
After NINE years, today was the day that I made the decision to give my daughter Brooke a medication. Well, Laura and I decided together. Her first med of any kind, and it was an antibiotic. I had hoped that she would make it out to her teen years without needing anything, and the reality is, she didn’t need it today. But, the question came, “is the risk enough, that the risk of the medication effecting her negatively, is less than the risk of not having?” We decided it was…. (read on)Read More
There is an issue with eating too many nuts. And it isn’t fat. But it is actually worse than that. The question becomes, is there enough evidence to support low consumption of nuts, over high consumption, to warrant a reduction? I tend to drive people toward nut and seed consumption, but the MYCO-TOXINS that exist […]Read More