August 3, 2016

Resilience is a term used in psychology to describe an emotional state in which people recover quickly from difficulty.  It is a space where we maintain our integrity to a true self, allowing us to bounce back from the ups and downs of living.

    

A fighter that gets knocked...

February 15, 2016

The term “chiropractic miracles” has been used since 1895 when the first chiropractic patient, Harvey Willard, received a chiropractic adjustment and his hearing was restored. You will often hear people say, when talking about their chiropractic miracles, “My back is so much better, I can...

January 12, 2016

The concept behind the idea that not all exercise is good exercise is one that many people have difficulty understanding and coming to terms with. We know that exercise is an essential component to maintaining our overall health, so how is it that not all exercise is good for us? For anyon...

January 5, 2016

By no means do I want to trivialize serious drug addictions, but there is also a very serious concern about the spinal habits people, especially adolescents, have about how they treat their spine.  There may be someone you know and love who is permanently damaging their spine, and you need...

December 8, 2015

For several years I have spoken to many members of the PFC community about staying holiday "weight neutral".  The concept is that if we look at the year as a whole, December is one of the hardest months with regard to losing weight. And yet even for those not concerned with losing weight (...

November 24, 2015

In the years we have been discussing the concepts around spine and nerve system function, we are constantly looking for ways to improve the words we use to describe the internal operation of the body.  In this pursuit, we would like to introduce a concept that has shown significant promise...

October 6, 2015

I recently took a trip to Rocky Mountain National Park. I had a chance to view and walk around some beautiful landscape, very different from our NJ scenery. And I noticed the altitude made me feel awkward as it was hard to move quickly and breathe normally. At 12,000 feet above sea level,...

August 11, 2015

Being a chiropractor, whenever you socialize or are active in the community, people take it upon themselves to share what is going on for them (surprisingly, also when they tell me I cannot help them).  Generally, I like this type of interaction.  I make it my point to help people, and app...

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