Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

December 6, 2017

Greek Egg Recipes: The Mediterranean Diet


I love this gal’s Blog and her recipes. She does a great job of putting everything in context.



December 1, 2017

The Phone is Smart – How About the User?



November 29, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: Freestyle Push Hands (Cheng Tin Hung’s youngest son)

November 14, 2017

Truck For Sale

Filed under: Uncategorized — doctordilday @ 12:43 pm



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 9, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: Paul SilfverstrÃ¥le

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September 20, 2017

A very good writer on so many counts

Filed under: Be careful who you listen to!, Uncategorized — doctordilday @ 2:23 pm

I read an article in today’s Seattle Times written by Danny Westneat; I was impressed with how well written it was and, in particular, how I could not be sure where he stood on the issues raised: he reported the news without jamming his view down my throat (I had a sense that I might disagree with him on most things, but still could not stop reading:-).

Intrigued, I then searched who he is and what else he has written. Here is a great example. You will be able to tell why I chose this article amount all the others when you read it through to the end.


July 18, 2017

Happy – Healthy!

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


June 28, 2017

“Better Than Drugs…”

“Better Than Drugs Berries Are So Powerful Even Scientists Are Stunned”

That is the title to cover story of the current BottomLine Personal. It goes on to talk about “Berries and the Brain”, then “Berries and your Heart”, and finally “Berries and Cancer”.

The message: Berries are Good with a capital G. I could not agree more.

Get your Berries here…

June 3, 2017

Non-Prescription Use of Ritalin Linked to Adverse Side Effects


May 9, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: Learn To Box!?

Filed under: Uncategorized — doctordilday @ 2:52 pm



This should bring to mind a few of the things from class: not just the drills, but the words that go with.

April 28, 2017

Craig’s List AD: 2000 2Dr 2WD

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