Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

July 19, 2017

Coffee & Longevity

http://neurosciencenews.com/coffee-longevity-7123/

For Tai Chi Students: Spear Form (Dan Docherty)

Filed under: Exercise, General Health & Wellness, Tai Chi Chuan — Tags: — doctordilday @ 12:10 pm
Published on Jun 1, 2010

Nottingham Cloud Dragon School Of Tai Chi Chuan presents a video of the Wudang Principal Instructor in action. Master Dan Docherty demonstrates the Tai Chi Spear. For info on this style or class and teacher info see http://www.taichichuan.co.uk. For classes with master level instructor Andrew Harris in Nottingham see website http://www.clouddragontaichi.co.uk

 

July 18, 2017

Happy – Healthy!

Filed under: Be careful who you listen to!, Uncategorized — doctordilday @ 11:44 am

http://neurosciencenews.com/happiness-physical-health-7102/

July 17, 2017

“I’m so happy!”

“…it’s changed my life…”

This was one of my Kangen water customers talking to me about how it felt to have her machine back on-line after a kitchen remodel that left her without for more than a month. She repeated the “I’m so happy” part many times, with emphasis:-)

It is important to really think through the decision to take seriously healthy actions: if it is taken away it will impact you greatly.

Getting accustomed to being able to quickly and conveniently clean fruits and vegetables, sterilize cutting boards, and DRINK copious amounts of Kangen water, as well as dozens of other things that become routine, is hard to give up. More than inconvenient.

For people who don’t take water as seriously as we do, it is no big deal really, and probably hard to relate. To us it is a big deal – in the same way that healthy food choices, healthy exercise, healthy air quality choices, etc., are a big deal.

It is not for every one. And we know that.

July 16, 2017

Coffee in the Blue Zones

https://bluezones.com/2017/07/science-confirms-coffee-can-add-years-life/?utm_source=Blue+Zones+Newsletter&utm_campaign=6809f19f61-COFFEE_2017_07_10&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_9642311849-6809f19f61-198896425&mc_cid=6809f19f61&mc_eid=0d9ed4d239

 

July 14, 2017

For Tai chi Students: Double Hand Sweep Lotus Leg (Othmar)

July 12, 2017

Pony Tails and Headaches

http://neurosciencenews.com/headache-ponytails-7065/

 

 

July 10, 2017

Eat Your Strawberries…

Which, by the way, grow like weeds in Everett, WA.!

Here is one very good reason.

July 8, 2017

But “Everyone” is doing it (so it must be Ok).

Not really “everyone” and it isn’t really Ok.

What is the opposite of mindfulness?

July 7, 2017

Sleep Is A Big Deal: Here is a Detail

Sleep is a big deal and not a sound bite subject. Here researchers look at one aspect of part of it. The message: sleep in the dark.

(Actually, you could probably search this Blog for Posts on the subject to your benefit:-)

 

July 5, 2017

Maybe you too?

“I feel amazing” she said. And “doing stuff that I haven’t done in years… and on my knees too!”

When I met this patient in December of last year, it was: “I sometimes have to pull over…” while driving due to knee pain. She said that her back was “always really tight” and it had been that way for two years.

Now?

She is going a month between visits. She knows how to brace and breathe, and how to bend and lift, as well as get up and down off the ground. She does the exercises to keep the joints that I adjust moving between visits; and she is helping her husband build a 40 foot deck – with no pain anywhere!

This is a woman who has had back surgery for lower back disc herniations – twice.

Not every patient does this well. Not all chiropractors check and adjust hip, knee, and ankle/foot joints. But all chiropractors who use the Activator Method properly can check all the joints. If you need help finding a decent chiropractor in your area, just let me know. Maybe I can help.

And if you are within striking distance of Everett, WA., then give us a call at (425) 348-5207.

For Tai Chi Students: Paul Doing The Form

 

Here is a Form you will recognize and applications from the Form that may be new to you.

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