It is June 7, 2021. More than 600,000 people have died of Covid-19. They were all someone’s spouse, sibling, cousin, child, friend, or neighbor.
It’s that time of year: resolutions, solicitations to join this or that weight loss program, etc. We all know by now that resolutions don’t work and within a few weeks, many people forget what they even were!
A recent medium.com article entitled “Your ‘Surge Capacity’ Is Depleted — It’s Why You Feel Awful” by Tara Haelle (see link at end), validated for me why this pandemic is so difficult for us, and I reflected on what I am hearing from you, my clients: • I’m tired of this pandemic and weary of Zoom meetings...
Unemployment Insurance claims data from April 2020 shows that women, people of color, and younger workers are among those who have been disproportionately impacted by the current economic downturn.
Like you, I’ve had ups and downs during this Covid-19 pandemic: tears, anger, disappointment, fear, grief. I’ve had time to reflect.
Age well and with grace, no matter how fierce the wind that comes your way. Devise a plan to manage chronic degenerative conditions.
Sounds weird, doesn't it? Usually we hear, “watch for these 10 warning signs of __________ (fill in the blank with XYZ disease).” How often do we learn the 10 warning signs of full-blown health? Hardly ever or never!
Wow As of January 2015, I have been in practice for 21 years. Looking back, I see what I have learned about health, some of which my wonderful patients have taught to me. In this blog and future ones, I will highlight a few.
Have a musculoskeletal problem? For quality and improved economic outcomes, research points to the fact that one should see a chiropractor first and within 10 days after the onset of a musculoskeletal pain episode.