Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

November 14, 2017

Truck For Sale

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November 15, 2017

What We Know Verses What There Is To Know



Here research is cites which sheds even more light on the value and importance of breathing as it relates to health.

It is thrilling to learn more and to know; it is humbling to realize that no matter how much we know, we know very very little.

November 14, 2017

The Yin & Yang of Brain Health

Yesterday I shared a Post on recent research showing what increases brain size (or prevents it’s age-related deterioration). That is the Yang.

Here is research about the invaluable importance of sleep!

November 13, 2017

Exercise Increases Brain Size

By slowing down deterioration…even in humans!

November 7, 2017

News You Can Use


November 4, 2017

5 Facts About Olive Oil Worth Knowing


October 26, 2017

Pictures of Home

Filed under: General Health & Wellness, Wellness care — Tags: , , , , — doctordilday @ 3:02 pm

I think these are nice. When I was a kid there was a lumber mill at the base of that hill. I grew up listening to the twice daily whistle (8 a.m. and 4 p.m.) and often would walked through the mill and climbed up the hill to the top just for something to do. I always went to the cross, and from there go off in any one of several different directions until it occurred to me to turn around and head home. (The lit up cross that you can see is actually a new one; the original is up on top – of course.) It was quality time alone with nature: avoiding snakes, and looking for deer! That building is the current community center; when I was in 8th grade and through Junior year of High School, it was where I went to school. I could have done a lot worse:-)

October 25, 2017

“I had no idea chiropractic was covered by insurance.”

That from today’s new patient. If you know anyone suffering from back pain, neck pain, or headaches (or knee pain, or shoulder pain, or… or…), you would be doing them a great service to mention that chiropractic might help them.

A chiropractic patient is qualified as a chiropractic patient because they need chiropractic care, not because of their complaints, or lack of complaints.

We look for a condition that is often no painful – it will likely eventually become painful. It may be painful, it may not. The condition we look for and attempt to prevent, correct, or manage is a progressive condition: it will get worse if it is left uncared for. It will lead to degenerative changes, eventually. And this process will lead to disease labels.

If a patient waits too long, there may be little that chiropractic care can do. But you will not know that without an examination, and usually a trial of care.

And if someone you know, work with or are related to is suffering, does have the condition that chiropractors look for and correct, and does not get chiropractic care, there is a good chance that, symptom relief or not, they will still have that condition afterwards. By this I mean medication, physical therapy, massage, may give symptomatic relief; if may not correct the underlying condition causing the symptoms.

It is an old story. We who have been telling it for decades tend to assume everyone knows it. But like insurance coverage, which has been standard for chiropractic care since the early 70’s, not everyone knows.

You need to tell them.

October 24, 2017

TED talk on why we have a brain

October 21, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: Raise Hand Step Up & White Crane Flaps His Wings

October 20, 2017

Stroke Risk Factors Going Up…

From a new Study…

And, keep in mind, I wouldn’t be talking about this if it were not all preventable. Managing risk factors is the epitome of prevention.

Old News, New News: Type II Diabetes

This has been covered extensively here in many Posts covering diet, exercise, nutrition, and a half dozen other issues impacting the onset of Diabetes and how to prevent it. But this is “news”, so…

You could search this Blog for “Diabetes”, “Diet”, “Exercise”, or “Nutrition” to learn a lot more.


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