Choosing a Good Chiropractic Pillow in Santa Cruz

Let’s talk about pillows — the ones you use for sleeping. Each of us has our own special preferences about our pillows — what works for one person doesn’t help another.

Some patients have asked me about which pillow I recommend as a chiropractor.

I’m going to pass on some information I received from several . . . → Read More: Choosing a Good Chiropractic Pillow in Santa Cruz

Asparagus and Parmesan-Egg Crumb Topping Recipe

The local farmers markets are in full swing here in Santa Cruz. Now is great the time to take advantage of enjoying the delicious fresh fruits and veggies that grow in abundance in our area, and one of the best things you can do for your health is fill your plate with color that includes . . . → Read More: Asparagus and Parmesan-Egg Crumb Topping Recipe

The link between pain, inflammation and stress

Recently someone on my Facebook page mentioned they had received blood test results that showed increased levels of inflammation and asked what they should do.

Here’s what I know: pain can be linked to inflammation but I cannot diagnose the cause over the Internet.

In the simplest of terms, white blood cells create proteins and . . . → Read More: The link between pain, inflammation and stress

Put your best foot forward and get your bunions and hammer toes on the road to recovery with a chiropractor’s help.

If your feet are developing bunions or hammer toes, you know you have a problem, and it’s time to come and see me.

Keeping your feet, knees and ankles in alignment is important. One of the things I do is check for misalignment of the feet. Through careful observation of your movements (DNFT analysis) and . . . → Read More: Put your best foot forward and get your bunions and hammer toes on the road to recovery with a chiropractor’s help.

Treating the Whole Person

I don’t sell supplements—but sometimes I do recommend them because I know that they can prevent and even cure chronic diseases and reduce stress. When I work with a patient I treat the whole person—from what you eat and drink to how you walk and sleep. What you eat and the supplements you take can . . . → Read More: Treating the Whole Person

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