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Animal Chiropractic – Dr. Terry Surtin At The Pet Doctor

Animal Chiropractic – Dr. Terry Surtin At The Pet Doctor

Animal Chiropractic –Dr. Terry Surtin At The Pet Doctor Dr. Terry Surtin at The Pet Doctor is our trusted chiropractor for all of our animal needs. To learn more about animal chiropractic be sure to check out our podcast The Spine Whisperer. THE PET DOCTOR’S WEBSITE

How to Perfectly Roast Pumpkin Seeds

How to Perfectly Roast Pumpkin Seeds

How To Perfectly Roast Pumpkin Seeds Are you interested in roasting the perfect pumpkin seed? Don’t know where to get started? Look no further the team at Midwest Family Chiropractic in St Charles is willing to share the recipe. HOW TO PERFECTLY ROAST PUMPKIN SEEDS in St Charles Cook Time: 40 mins | Total Time:…

Acupuncture

Acupuncture

Acupuncture Dr. Kirsten Leapley talked to us about acupuncture on our podcast titled “Acupuncture dreams”. She is a local chiropractor in the St. Charles area that also specializes in acupuncture. She is an amazing doctor and we are so happy to have a working relationship with her. If you are interested in learning more about…

Hand Washing With Midwest Family Wellness

Hand Washing With Midwest Family Wellness

Hand Washing With Midwest Family Wellness Wet your hands under running water. Scrub your hands well with soap. Remember to scrub between your fingers, to wash both the front and back of your hands and clean under your fingernails. Washing your hands should take about 15 to 20 seconds – about the time it takes…

Forward Head Posture and Decreased Lordotic Curvature of the Cervical Spine

Forward Head Posture and Decreased Lordotic Curvature of the Cervical Spine

Forward Head Posture and Decreased Lordotic Curvature of the Cervical Spine Grant Tully, B.S., D.C. 1 1. Private Practice of Chiropractic, Rochester Hills, MI Abstract Objective: The purpose of this review is to identify and discuss potential pathological conditions secondary to forward head posture and decreased lordotic curve of the cervical spine. Discussion: Forward head…