Oh hey there, September, where the heck did you come from?
Pain is FRUSTRATING, right?
Don’t you wish we could just rid the world of all pain?
No more back pain, headaches, aching knees, sore throats, or upset stomachs.
Not to mention broken hearts and painful tears.
A world with no pain… that sounds like a dream come true!
Wouldn’t that solve everything?
… well not necessarily.
Say goodbye to insomnia and hello to a restful winter! Sleep is an extremely important process. This is the time when our body completely heals, repairs, and recharges for the next day. Unfortunately many people suffer from sleep disturbances and insomnia, experiencing a difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. Learn how to decrease your sleep disturbances and restore healthy patterns.
Your ‘Why’ has to be big enough to overcome the obstacles that stand in the way of you reaching your health goals. There is a distinct difference between people who follow through and reach their health goals and those who fall off the path and experience the advancing complications of their conditions progressing. The difference is in the ‘Why’!
The TMJ is the joint involved in talking, chewing, yawning, etc. Many people carry stress in this area and suffer from joint pain and dysfunction, which is called TMJ syndrome or a TMJ disorder.
There are natural treatments to relieve the pain and restore the TMJ to right functioning; hope is on the horizon!
With Fall on the horizon and school starting back up for the kids, it’s an important time to keep your immune system strong. Why wait to get sick when you can prevent illness. Here are some tips to lead you in the right direction!
By integrating these positive lifestyle changes into your life, you will be able to care for each system of your body and walk the journey towards optimal health!
"One of the things that has given me the most joy as a doctor over the past 30 years is fixing people’s shoulder problems, allowing them to return to an active lifestyle. I am overjoyed when they can once again engage in the activities they love. What a sense of accomplishment it is to have someone report that they are no longer in pain!" Dr. Gary Arthur