Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

April 25, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: Wutan Practice Outdoors

April 19, 2017

Beet it!


Think exercise…

And nutrition…

April 17, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: High Pat the Horse (Wim Demeere)

March 28, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: Drape the Body & Kick (Othmar)

Filed under: Exercise, Tai Chi Chuan — Tags: , , , — doctordilday @ 4:13 pm

March 26, 2017

Dr. Weil on Tai Chi: File Under: Not News But Nice To Know That He Is On Board



For Tai Chi Students: Inspiration




March 13, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: Part the Wild Horses Mane (Othmar)

Filed under: Exercise, General Health & Wellness, Tai Chi Chuan — Tags: , , , — doctordilday @ 3:31 pm

March 6, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: Footwork & Rolling Thunder Fist

March 2, 2017

Not News: Tai Chi Reduces Risk of Falls 64%

From Dr. Weil newsletter.


Tai Chi To Prevent Falls
Practicing tai chi three times a week could cut seniors’ risk of falling by 64 percent, a significant improvement compared to a 5 percent decline in risk linked to once a week sessions.

Like I said: not news… but good to know.

[On another note, I don’t know if I have gotten around to Posting about it yet, but I saw the latest published guidelines on the management of low back pain – guess what made the list of recommendations? That’s right, tai chi. Chiropractic care was listed too, of course, but all the research available on the subject of very clear: chiropractic care plus exercise is the best approach.]

February 25, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: Our Lineage (Dan is my teacher)


February 21, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: More Good Stuff From The Past

Filed under: Back pain, Exercise, Tai Chi Chuan — Tags: , , , , — doctordilday @ 12:05 pm

January 24, 2017

She couldn’t wait to tell me…

The first patient in the office this morning said that she was amazed at what happened when she practiced the breathing exercise I gave her on her last visit.

Patients show up, usually, with some ache or pain. Once that is dealt with there are often underlying or other issues that come up; stress-related tension is common.

For that and many other reasons we often teach people how to breath, if they are interested. How to breath, so you can relax, so you will be less tense, so you can hold your chiropractic adjustments, so you will feel better: it all goes together.

Anyway, I gave her the most basic of breathing instructions; the same one I give every patient, every tai chi student, and anyone else that cares to listen (It is probably on the Blog somewhere in fact.). She tried it, and…

Almost immediately fell asleep.

(She was pleasantly stunned and amazed.)


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