Category Archives for "Chiropractic"
How Your Adjustments Last LongerDepending on the things you do after your visit to our office, the effects of your adjustment can last a few hours to a few days and hopefully longer as your body holds the adjustment. The good news is you can prolong the good effects of your chiropractic adjustments by taking […]Continue reading
Heart Rate Variability as an Objective Outcome Measure for Subluxation Based Chiropractic Care for AthletesAnnals of Vertebral Subluxation Research, Volume 2018 Matthew Hartenburg, D.C. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ May 17, 2018 ~ Pages 89-94Used to assess Heart Rate Variability (HRV) at Snyder Family ChiropracticAbstract Background: The chiropractic profession has a long history of providing care for athletes. Despite […]Continue reading
Increased Telomere Length & Improvements in Dysautonomia, Quality of Life, Neck & Back Pain Following Correction of Sagittal Cervical Alignment Using Chiropractic BioPhysics® Technique: a Case StudyAnnals of Vertebral Subluxation Research, Marketing, Volume 2018 Curtis Fedorchuk, D.C., Doug Lightstone, D.C., Matthew McCoy, D.C., & DE Harrison, D.C. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ June 18, 2018 ~ Pages 114-120 Abstract Objective: To present a prospective case […]Continue reading
I am not proud of this!! Think of this chant..WE’RE NUMBER LAST…WE’RE NUMBER LAST!! Yep..not cool at all. Pretty obvious with Big Pharma and the Allopaths dumping drugs into the citizens and FAILING at their health improvements it is probably time to change that model. You live your life through your NERVE SYSTEM, every human […]Continue reading
I know there are many who wake up each morning dreading going to work. I know, there is traffic everywhere. But that’s not what I am talking about. I’m talking about hating their career- wishing they could abandon all and start over. I can’t say I know how those people are feeling. I’ve been practicing […]Continue reading
In the March 15th 2017 article in Time Magazine titled Common Pain Meds are Linked to a Higher Risk of Heart Problems, the author speaks of a new study published in the European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy that looked at the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs NSAIDs. It was found that 3376 people who […]Continue reading
In July 2016 I was in a radio interview on New Hampshire radio station 107.7 “The Pulse” WTPL-FM (www.wtplfm.com) by former Ms. America (2014-15), Dr. Stephanie Mills who is also a doctor of chiropractic. Dr. Mills, Clinic Director at Crossroads Chiropractic in New Hampshire, and I spoke on a myriad of topics which I believe you will find […]Continue reading