Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

December 1, 2014

900th Blog Post

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I started this Blog in December, 2005 for the benefit of patients, and others, who want help with health-related decisions. In pure permaculture fashion it simultaneously serves many purposes but, mostly, it’s a resource. It’s not all good, but some of it is great – and it’s usually easy to tell the difference (sometimes I am lazy; some days are better than others:-)

This Blog is a way to share what I’ve learned in over 40 years as a health nut and fitness fanatic, over 30 years as a Chiropractor, and over 20 years as a Tai chi guy. As an athlete since age 11, I know a little about sports injuries; as a chiropractor for over 30 years I know a little about pain and injury, relief, rehab, recovery – and prevention. And as a Tai chi guy I have learned a lot about putting all of that (and much more) together in a way that makes the whole greater than the sum of all the parts.

So on this, the 900th Post, I write to remind you that a simple search (just type the word in the search box to the right) of any one of the following terms or phrases will pull up a list of Posts on the subject. Scroll down the list of Posts to find the one that targets your interest, or read them all to get a fuller picture.

One feature that, so far, has never been used to full advantage is the Comments function. Use it if you want to give feedback (they all get sent to my email) or if you want the subject of that Post to be part of a conversation back and forth (you might have a question).

Here is a list of search terms that you might find productive:

back pain
back injury
back
neck pain
neck
headaches
head
pain
knee pain
knee
shoulder pain
shoulder
jaw
TMJ
TMD
Activator Method
Activator Adjusting
Activator Instrument
Activator
Chiropractic
Subluxation
Subluxation Complex
Research
injury
rehab
rehabilitation
prevention
posture
forward head posture
bending
lifting
bending and lifting
bend
back
lift
back exercise
strength training
stretching
endurance
back muscles
progression
exercise
fitness
safety
back safety
tai chi
balance training
balance
fall
fall prevention
falling
fitness
nutrition
diet
JuicePlus+
blue green algae
fish oil
olive oil
oil
green drink
greens
garden
tea
oolong
chai
oil pulling
hiking
backpacking
mountains
water
soil
air
Kangen
Kangen Water
hamstrings
spasm
psoas
permaculture
neuroplasticity
fibers
nerve
nervous system
system
medical
physcian
medical doctor
medicine
drugs
surgery
industry
industrial complex
disability
disease
death

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2 Comments »

  1. Keep up the good work. You amuse, educate and inform.

    Comment by Fred Bomonti DC — December 1, 2014 @ 9:56 am

  2. Thanks much Fred. I try:-)

    Comment by doctordilday — December 1, 2014 @ 10:21 am


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