Your Liver: A Vital and Essential Organ

Your liver is an amazing organ in charge of more than 500 functions. As more people become aware of our toxic environment and food, they start to realize that maybe they should pay a little more attention to changing the big filters of their body, such as the liver. In this months Pathways to Health,…

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Muscle Testing Dental Crowns

When you are looking to improve your health, or keep your great health once you have found it, one of the most important things to be aware of is what you put in your mouth. And no, I am not talking about food or water here. I am talking about what types of dental materials…

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Do’s and Dont’s in Recovering From Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Adrenal Fatigue

Chronic fatigue, and exhaustion are one of the most common set of symptoms that people come in with. Many people in America and other developed countries wake up in the morning tired. They put on the pot of coffee or grab the can of pop to get themselves going. Then at night, many have to…

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Lyme Disease Minnesota – How I Am Helping My Son Get Over This Nasty Infection

Well, at the time of writing this it’s been about a week since I knew my 8 year old son had Lyme Disease. The tests have not come back yet, but it’s pretty obvious when you see the bulls eye rash and the horrible fatigue and muscle pain that he was in. I have helped…

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Adrenal Stress, Pregnancy, and Post Partum Depression

Adrenal stress, pregnancy, and post-partum depression all go hand in hand. The adrenal glands are little glands roughly the size of walnuts that sit on top of the kidneys. Their job is multifactorial, but for this discussion we are going to focus on what their role is in stress. More specifically, their role in stress…

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Applied Kinesiology Digestive Trouble Success Story

This is why we do what we do! Helping people from all ages who have tried everything with no success. Brittany is an excellent patient and did everything we asked of her. And the results? Well, she and her mom are happy campers now.

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Applied Kinesiology and the Triad of Health

There has never been a point in my career as a doctor that I have not used the principles of Applied Kinesiology or the Triad of Health. It’s the foundation from which everything builds. There are certain things that happen to people throughout their lives. While modern medicine’s diagnosis are mostly symptom descriptions and therefore…

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Applied Kinesiology And Shoulder Pain

Many people when they think of chiropractic, think of back and neck pain, and possibly headaches.  But chiropractic is much more than that. The extremities of the body respond equally well, especially when the techniques of applied kinesiology are incorporated. The shoulder being a highly mobile joint is often subject to injury. One of the…

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Infertility Problem (2 Year) Resolves Using Neurologically Based Chiropractic, Applied Kinesiology, and Cellular Cleansing

Infertility is definitely one of those problems that is not only on the rise, but can be devastating for families. Many couples spend years and years trying to find the cure, with huge medical bills, invasive procedures and more. Sometimes it works, and often times it doesn’t. But what is the real reason for infertility?…

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Is Basing Your Health on How You Feel a Good Idea?

A couple days ago I briefly pondered why smart, hard- working people don’t take better care of their bodies. The answer came to me lightning-fast: They don’t SEE the damage. This is especially true if they can’t feel it either. Joint pain gets your attention, but it’s often the years of neglect that lays the tracks for…

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