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WELLNESS WEALTH

April 12, 2018

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Seasonal allergies- the runny nose, itchy eyes, and sneezing- are never fun. You may not realize the foods you eat can make your allergies worse. Certain foods can contribute to overstimulation of your immune system, activating your allergies.  Small amounts of pollen on your fruits and vegetables can initiate an allergic reaction. So be sure to tho...

April 6, 2018

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The spring season not only starts to bring warm weather- but for over 20% of people, it also brings allergies! Are allergies a sign of a weak immune system? No, quite the opposite. Allergies are a common overreaction of the immune system to a natural product. Every day you come into contact with dust, mold, or pollen. Allergies occur if your body an...

March 22, 2018

Bottom Line: Spinal discs play an essential role in your low back, acting as small shock absorbers and giving you the ability to move in many different directions. Your discs are comprised of two major parts- an outer ring of cartilage which provides support and a jelly-like center that facilities motion. As age and injuries catch up with us, the disc can herni...

March 20, 2018

Bottom Line: Nothing can slow you down faster than a bad back. It can be difficult to exercise, play sports, or even get to the grocery store when your back hurts. Age, lack of exercise, excess weight, improper lifting, and too many hours sitting can all result in low back pain. Research has shown that over 80% of people will experience back pain at some point...

February 21, 2018

Bottom Line: The simplest way to boost your immunity? Exercise! Fortunately, you don’t need to be a marathon runner to take advantage of the benefits of exercise. By taking a daily walk or following a simple exercise routine, you can feel better, more energized, and strengthen your immune system. If you work at a desk, it can be a little more challenging to sta...

February 15, 2018

Bottom Line: Believe it or not, getting sick is a body signal that your immune system is working! Yes, you read that correctly. Every single day you encounter bacteria that could make you sick. Fortunately, when you come into contact with these germs, your immune system kicks in and starts fighting them off without you ever knowing. On rare occasions, when your...

January 25, 2018

Waiting for my body to heal really sucks….

I had pain.  Serious pain.  I couldn’t even walk down the stairs the normal way – you know one foot after the other.  The only way I could walk down stairs was with my left foot only.  So one step at a time – it took me forever. I looked and felt like a 90 year old.  And that may be offensive to a 90 year old because th...

March 30, 2017

We all do it... you probably could catch me every now and then in my office sitting with terrible posture.  So I'm asking everyone to 'catch' someone with terrible posture.  Snap a picture without them knowing and show them.  If they're good sports see if they'll allow you to post it to Facebook! Tag them in the picture as well as Leonard Chiropractic and we ha...

January 27, 2017

Without a doubt the top motivating factor of patients to my office for care is some type of pain or symptom.  95% of those patients receive the pain relief they wanted and continue through the strengthening phase.  After that 50% don’t continue with Wellness Care and return to the rigors of their stressful life. 

Of course you know what happens.  The s...

November 22, 2016

It’s giving ‘Thanks’ time of the year.  I truly don’t believe that this should be limited to one month let alone one day of the year.  We actually should wake up and go to bed giving thanks for the amazing blessings we have on a daily basis.  And if you think you’ve had a hard day and may not have a lot to be thankful for… consider this.  If you have running wa...

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