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Apr 8

Restoring Innate Flow

Restoring Innate Flow

  A man turns on his tap, only to discover no water is coming out. He calls his neighbor, a medical doctor, who knows a little about plumbing. The MD turns the tap on and off a few times and also experiences no water flow. He then whips out a prescription pad and writes orders […]

Mar 25

Innate Intelligence

Innate Intelligence

How much stomach acid does it take to digest a cheeseburger? Or, how much calcium is needed to heal a broken leg? How about a fever, how high should it reach to fight a common cold? You don’t need to surf Google for the answers, your INNATE search engine already knows. If you doubt there’s […]

Mar 4

Your Keystone of Health

Your Keystone of Health

The strength and stability of an arch is unparalleled in architecture. Each block supports massive loads from above while evenly dissipating stress to the foundation below – the most important block being the keystone. Without it, the entire structure would fail. If your health was an arch made of building blocks like good dietary habits, […]

Jan 29

Probiotics – Do I Really Need Them?

Probiotics – Do I Really Need Them?

By now, most people have heard that taking probiotics every day will benefit your digestion. But did you know how important chiropractic adjustments are in keeping the spinal bones free of subluxations (bones of the spine that are out of position creating pressure or irritation on a spinal nerve). Adjustments keep the nerve pathways clear […]

Jan 22

There is No Cramming in Chiropractic

There is No Cramming in Chiropractic

Remember the days of pulling an ‘all-nighter’ for a major exam – trying to cram an entire semester’s worth of work in one, non-stop studying marathon? Well, you can’t get away with that when it comes to your health and chiropractic. There are some who wish they could simply go to the chiropractor and have […]

Jan 15

Starter Spine

Starter Spine

Starter’s soreness is common with many physical activities – the ‘start’ of lifting weights, horseback riding or working in the garden after a long winter off. ’Starting’ chiropractic care is no different. If you have joints, muscles and ligaments that have been inactive, don’t be surprised if you’re sore after your first few chiropractic sessions. […]

Jan 8

The Power of Enzymes

The Power of Enzymes

There are incredible advantages to supplementing with enzymes, both digestive and systemic. This article is going to focus on systemic enzymes. First thing is to make certain you are supplementing with a good quality formula. The doctors and staff of Cromwell Family Chiropractic believe that Enzymedica brand is top of the line for both digestive […]

Dec 17

Benefits of Elderberry

Benefits of Elderberry

Benefits of Elderberry Boosts immune Prevents flu, colds, coughs Prevents bacterial and viral infections Clears chest and nasal congestion Elderberry (Sambucus Nigra) has been known for its health promoting benefits for centuries through North America, Europe, Western Asia and North Africa. Not only does it taste good but elderberry is loaded with antioxidants, tannins, amino […]

Dec 10

Keeping Your Pathway Clear to Better Health and Living

Keeping Your Pathway Clear to Better Health and Living

Safe driving is best accomplished when the roadways are clear. When they become congested (as with a blizzard) travel is impossible until someone opens them. Even after they have been plowed, roads have to be monitored for snow and ice accumulation. The same can be said for the role of your chiropractor. You want to […]

Dec 4

Clarks Power Problem

Clarks Power Problem

Clarks Power Problem Do you remember when Clark Griswold stood with bated breath and extension cord in hand as a childlike giddiness overtook him. The family drum roll commences, he makes the anticipated electrical connection and VOILA… nothing happens. Clark has a power problem. Although the extension cords are all connected and each individual Christmas […]

Nov 20

Subluxation Tuesday

Subluxation Tuesday

Thanksgiving is almost here, so let the shopping stress begin! Millions of people worldwide will spend the next several weeks in a buying frenzy – determined to secure the perfect gift for a rock bottom price, all while sacrificing their health and their sanity in the process. According to a 2006 Greenburg Quinlin Rosner Research […]

Nov 13

What You Need to Know Before & After Vaccination

What You Need to Know Before & After Vaccination

If You Vaccinate, Ask 8! What You Need to Know Before & After Vaccination Under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, nearly $3 billion has been awarded to children and adults for whom the risks of vaccine injury were 100%. Vaccines are pharmaceutical products that carry risks, which can be greater for some […]

Nov 6

To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate – The Decision is Yours – Be Informed of Your Rights and Options

To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate – The Decision is Yours – Be Informed of Your Rights and Options

When it comes to healthcare, we have choices.  The best advice is to arm yourself with knowledge.  It’s important to know what you are putting into your body and know the side effects when you do.  There are a lot of resources to educate yourself and the internet is just one of them.  Be informed […]

Oct 31

Fall Back Into Health

Fall Back Into Health

What do subluxations and the end of Daylight Savings Time have in common? Both leave you with less light! When you break the word down into its roots, SUB-LUX-ATION you get “SUB” – which means less than normal, “LUX” – which is a Latin root for light and “ATION” – is a state of being. […]

Oct 23

Nothing Organic About the Flu Shot

Nothing Organic About the Flu Shot

Spray pesticides on an apple and it’s no longer organic. Add a drop of oil to a glass of spring water and it’s no longer pure. Most Americans detest the idea of dumping chemicals in a pristine, natural environment. But why not have the same aversion when it comes to getting the flu shot? Maybe […]