Our shoulder joints have the greatest range of motion of any of the musculoskeletal joints in our bodies. The shoulder joint is really two joints, the glenohumeral joint between the arm bone (hume ...View Article
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My wife Cathy would tell you I can "fix anything." What I'm best at is fixing people. I love helping people regain their health, and I'm always working to develop new ways to help them do it.
I've had haggard parents on Monday morning with a colicky baby that cried all weekend, only to adjust the baby and have the crying stop before they left the office. I've had people walk in with canes and crutches and forgotten them when they left. I've watched children with ADHD that were literally bouncing off the walls become pleasant, unmedicated children that were a joy to be around.
We routinely help people avoid back, neck, and even knee surgery. I saw a patient today that came here two years ago after being told that surgery was his only option. Now two years later, not only did he not have surgery, he feels better than he has in years. He comes in about once each month to keep it that way.
The Five Point System of Postural Correction
Though we get great results with adjusting alone, it sometimes isn't enough in difficult cases. In 1995, I developed and patented special techniques that allow us to do much more, often achieving positive results even when other doctors can't.
For several years, I traveled across the country training other doctors in the use of my equipment. It's still in use across the United States and in several foreign countries.
Over recent years, I've devoted much of my extra time to the study of wellness, and am working to obtain my wellness certification through the ICA. There's more to health than any one single aspect, and we don't want to leave any stone unturned. My work with a local high school cross country team has helped me develop special applications for athletic performance enhancement.
A true healthcare professional works to make his services less necessary over time. It's the things you do every day that determine your health. A big part of our care is directed at helping people make changes in their lifestyle that will lead to better health in the future and put them back in control of their most valuable asset, their health.