Apparent Weight Loss and Big Postural Improvement

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apparentweightlossposturechangesThe forward head posture and slumpy posture shown here before treatment is very obvious. Check out the results of just one treatment. What other treatment can deliver these types of results. Notice she’s a little taller and it looks like she lost up to ten pounds of weight in under 30 minutes of time with her first treatment. If you’re considering ...

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Great Postural Changes

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Postural ImprovementThis is great. Look at the before pictures. Now she’s completely relaxing her muscles and not trying to stand up. But this is how most people are especially when they’re young. They just relax and this is how they look to others, all the time.

The reason I focus on posture is because when you improve posture you get rid ...

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Incredible Changes Quickly

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This was a fun case. Took three visits to get this much change. Look at the time frames at the bottom of the image. The first two visits were done an hour apart. He was in severe spasm from the start. You’ll be interested to know that on his fourth visit he was tilting slightly the other direction. I really enjoy my work…
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Acupuncture & Natural Treatments For Animals

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Nathan getting accupunctureA year ago, my dog Nathan had some bad anal gland problems. It all started with me feeding him the bone from a steak. Not such a great idea.

The anal glands were a constant bother. Our regular vet kept giving us antibiotics because she said they were infected.

After three different antibiotics, I said enough is enough. I found Dr. Carrie ...

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Solving the Pain of Heartburn

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Many of you suffer from this annoying condition, but it is easy to solve and you’ll be annoyed that you’ve suffered with it for so long.

To understand why a person gets heartburn, you need to understand what heartburn is and what makes a person susceptible to having it. (Click on the image to enlarge it.)

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Understanding the Dangers of Lightning

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Lightning is dangerous. Everyone knows that. But what I’ve seen happen recently on the soccer fields makes me realize we don’t have the fear of lightning that we should.

In this article I want to share with you some of the knowledge I gained as an electrical engineer.

The first question I have for you is why are you safe in a car if lightning strikes your car?

Many of you will say it’s the rubber tires. The way I ...

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How to Treat those Nasty Allergies

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Allergy season is quickly approaching and many of you might be looking for some answers to help you through it all.

Why do we have allergies in the first place?

Allergies are your bodies reaction to an antigen (foreign particle) such as ragweed. If your body perceives these particles as a threat, it produces histamine.

Histamine is a chemical substance produced by your immune cells when they recognize these foreign particles. Histamine dilates blood vessels which then become more leaky. ...

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Treating Poison Ivy, Oak and Sumac

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A patient comes in one day with a story of how she got into something that made her arms break out something fierce.

She was cutting back brush in a wooded area on a hot summer day. The mosquitoes were bad so she was fully covered head to toe, but somehow she came in contact with something that gave her a terrible rash on her forearms.

Some of you are aware that I use enzymes in my practice to ...

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Posture and Heart Disease

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Posture is a predictor of heart disease. Yes, it’s been scientifically proven. I’ll show you the study and how the researchers came to this astonishing conclusion.

The title of the study was, “Hyperkyphotic Posture Predicts Mortality in Older Community-Dwelling Men and Women: A Prospective Study”

This was a large study of 1,353 participants. It was published in “Journal of the American Geriatrics Society Volume 52 Issue 10 Page 1662- October 2004” by Deborah M. Kado, MD, Mei-Hua Huang, DrPH, ...

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