Midwest Family Wellness Blog

Chiropractor Dardenne Prairie MO Mom and Child

Moms and Babies are Literally My Specialty

Moms and Babies are Literally My Specialty After graduating school I was navigating the ins and outs of what it took to be successful in the office, but that just wasn’t enough of a challenge. In February, as we were moving offices I announced that I was pregnant. Obviously two months out of school might…

Chiropractic Dardenne Prairie MO Team Work

IASTM

IASTM IASTM stands for instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation, also referred to as scraping. It is the use of small instruments to break down myofascial adhesions or restrictions and scar tissue. These instruments allow a deeper and more specific therapy for the targeted tissue. The idea behind IASTM is to use these tools to create…

Chiropractic Dardenne Prairie MO Fun Lifestyle

My Life is Pretty Fun.

My Life is Pretty Fun Six years ago, I never would have seen myself living the life I’m living now. Back then, I was only drinking Dr. Pepper, laying around binge-watching shows, and feasting on food that had no nutritional value. I cannot imagine that life now, it seems so distant to me. Don’t get…

Chiropractic Dardenne Prairie MO New Office Space

Jim, Jeff, Barry

Jim, Jeff, Barry If you do not know who they are, it’s ok.  They got beat on the tennis court by one of our patients.  I told him to kick butt and take names.  He did, and he did so very thoroughly, then collected the opponents names and brought the names in on a piece…

Chiropractic Dardenne Prairie MO Team Work

Passion Fruit

Passion Fruit Stop, think, reconsider and do something about it. It’s very difficult to make a bunch of changes to your lifestyle and stick to them all at once. A baby learning to walk and you training for a marathon should be thought of the same way, small simple steps should be taken so you…

Chiropractic Dardenne Prairie MO Leg Pain

Recovery

Recovery Many of you who are a part of the practice have heard about or have been directly impacted by my recent traumatic injury. If you haven’t, it’s been 6 weeks now since I fell and fractured the neck of my femur bone. In other words, I broke my hip. I had to have surgery…