Archive for May 2023
Bring it on!!!!
Summer has “un”officially started! I’m not sure about any of you but the weather this past Memorial Day weekend seemed like it came out of nowhere. I know it’s the weather we’ve all been waiting for, but honestly caught me off guard. I didn’t expect it to be that nice and I didn’t plan on…Read More
Take Your Top Off
Please don’t! Really! I’m not meaning literally, but figuratively. Yesterday was the first day the top has been off my Jeep! Here is the thing, I’ve owned the Jeep for just over a year! It’s not that I haven’t wanted to take the top off. So why hadn’t I? Have you ever wanted to…Read More
Don’t Sweat the Small stuff
A number of years ago I remember reading a book with the title “Don’t sweat the small stuff and It’s all small stuff” This book was a great read and I’d highly recommend it if you haven’t had a chance to read it yet. I remember at the time there was a point that Richard…Read More
How do I know if my kids need Chiropractic?
Many of you reading this newsletter sought out chiropractic because you were experiencing some type of problem that was most likely affecting how you felt, whether it was for headaches, sciatica, numbness, or vertigo. These symptoms most likely impacted your quality of life beyond the actual symptoms and most likely started as subtle signs that…Read More
It Doesn’t Have to Be This Way!
If you could say one thing to an expecting mom what would it be? I’d probably tell them, “you don’t have to feel this way!” I would imagine if you were to close your eyes and imagine a pregnant mom close to her due date; you’d see a picture of someone that is uncomfortable, exhausted…Read More
Take the Wheel
Take the Wheel Ron Robinson D.C., CACCP In today’s fast paced highly technical world, the journey of pregnancy has become a mixed bag of emotions for women. With all of the doctor appointments and “routine” tests, it leaves many women feeling overwhelmed and fearful for the journey ahead. These feelings were very apparent during a…Read More
What is Your default setting?
As many of you know, we love to travel and we often find ourselves in situations where English isn’t the primary language spoken in places we travel. I was telling some patients that I’m trying to get better at Spanish to not only communicate better in the office with patients, but because I’ve found myself…Read More
Please tell me that I’m not the only one; I know I can’t be. Have you ever committed to something that required training or isn’t going to happen for a while? In the past I’ve signed up for many running races that were beyond my fitness ability when I signed up. When I was signing…Read More