Weekly Health Tip

  • 30th Anniversary

    August 18, 2019

    The end of August is the 30thanniversary of my private practice in CO.  

    I want to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you who have trusted me to assist you in your journey toward health.  We all have a body and it is a job to keep it healthy, especially in the environment of chemicals and GMO’s.  Staying healthy is a continual work in progress.  

    The actual date of opening my practice was August 29, 1989.  I graduated chiropractic school in 1986 and worked with another chiropractor in Houston until moving to Denver to start my own practice.

    We will work together to continue to improve our health as the years go by.  May your health flourish!  Now to celebrate, I’m going to San Diego Thursday!!  I’ll be back in the office August 28th.


Previous Health Tips

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  • Watermelon

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  • Statins and Diabetes

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  • What is in Shrimp?

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  • Which Vaccines Are Healthy?

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  • Mattress and Pillow

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  • Warmer Weather

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  • RACING

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  • Osteoporosis

    May 23, 2019 What supplement do you automatically think of when I mention osteoporosis?  Most likely it is calcium. Most of the time, my patients think it is necessary to take calcium for their bones.  Sometimes they test for it, but much of the time they don’t. Doesn’t it make sense that we utilize the nutrients in ... read more
  • Addiction

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  • Diabetes

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