Emotional Stress And Your Spine

People have no problem understanding how a physical stress, such as falling, lifting, or repeated motions, can cause damage to the spine and nervous system.  On the other hand, chemical and emotional stresses may be a little more difficult to understand. The muscles and glands of the body are highly impacted by chemical factors.  So […]

Read More


Sleep For Your Health!

Sleep is as vital to our health as oxygen, and it is often over looked as a primary factor in overall well being. Unfortunately most of us are not getting the appropriate amount of sleep for optimum function.

Read More


The Stress of Distraction

Too Much Information The pressures of job, family, finances, relationships, guilt and grief are just the start of our stress. Each of those are immediate causes of stress. Our world is more connected than ever. This global connection makes it easier for us to access helpful information, but it also exposes us to disasters, catastrophes and scandals […]

Read More


MAX KIDS: Raising Healthy Children in a High Tech World

Even optimistic scientists are beginning to realize a scary truth: society as we know it is becoming increasingly more obese, less intelligent, and lonelier by the year. As technology develops to irrevocable heights, it seems natural to expect the children of this generation to grow up in the shade of new knowledge with brains that […]

Read More


How I Beat Colon Cancer

  An Unexpected Diagnosis My story probably starts somewhere in August of 2012. I was out for lunch with my friend Robert, and he was telling me about this chiropractor that he was seeing , Dr. Matt McAlees. As I was eating my bacon-infused burger covered in mayo, ketchup, etc. (along with copious amounts of soda), he […]

Read More


Live Longer with a Positive, Proactive Mindset

Chronic illness and pain are not symptomatic of advanced age, and usually cannot be blamed on so-called bad genes. More often than not, the development of disease late in life is the cumulative effect of poor or misguided lifestyle choices. Understanding the importance of basic lifestyle decisions can help people regain control of their overall health. […]

Read More


Coaching, Accountability Essential to Losing Weight—and Keeping It Off

Almost anyone can lose weight through proper diet, exercise and planning. However, keeping the weight offcan prove to be an overwhelming challenge. Too often, New Year’s resolutions that result in significant weight loss unravel by year’s end, when the holiday season allows pesky pounds to re-pad your waistline. Getting Fit, Staying Fit A recent Stanford study, summarized and […]

Read More


Grow Old Stay Smart

Growing old doesn’t have to be a task. By taking small steps now to keep your mind and body limber, you can enjoy retired life later—while teaching your kids to do the same. By doing so, you could help reverse a troubling nationwide trend. According to a recent study conducted by the federal Institute of Medicine, […]

Read More