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  • Bedwetting and Chiropractic Care
    In a 10 week controlled clinical trial, researchers evaluated the chiropractic management of primary nocturnal enuresis (Bedwetting) in forty-six children.  The children receiving chiropractic care demonstrated significant improvement, and less frequency of Read more
  • Restore Your Car, Not Your Spine
    Deciding to do a restoration project such as fixing a classic car can be an agonizing task. The amount of work you need to put into it is depending on Read more
  • Think Positively!!
    Your daily thoughts and emotions have a profound effect on your quality of life and your hrealth. Maintaining a positive mental attitude is essential to good health. Optimists have measurably Read more
  • Let Life Flow Through You!
    Trying to talk your skeptical friend into seeking chiropractic care? Believe it or not, we do have skeptics come into our office in desperate need of relief. Most of them Read more
  • Different Approach to Your New Year's Resolution
    Studies show that 92% of ALL New Year's resolutions fail!! After a few weeks into the New Year, you are either on track with you resolution, or not doing so Read more
  • Finding You Purpose this New Year!
    With a new year upon us, many of us are starting to come up with our New Year's Resolution. These can range from getting back to your workout routine, starting Read more
  • The Brain and Immunity
    In a stunning discovery made by the University of Virginia’s School of Medicine, researchers have overturned decades of textbook teaching by determining that there is a direct correlation between the Read more
  • Destress Your Holiday Season
    Destress Your Holiday Season! We all know how stressful this time of year can be. From finances, to countless gatherings, to crowds while shopping and just trying to stay on top Read more
  • Webster Certification Press Release
    Immediate Release:  Dr. Nicholas Snyder has been awarded his Webster Technique Certification from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA). October 15, 2017 Dr. Nicholas Snyder is pleased to announce that he has Read more
  • Eating Healthy When Eating Out
    How often you eat out or attend food-related social gatherings will determine how selective you need to be at any given outing. If you eat out virtually every day of Read more
  • Breaking the Stress Cycle (of the Rat Race)
    “Hurry, hurry; get what you can! There’s only so much to go around and only so much time to get it, so you’d better get your share before someone else Read more
  • Top 10 Food Additives to Avoid
    People often ask me to give them a list of food additives to avoid. My quick reply— eat only whole, fresh, natural foods that don’t contain additives and you don’t Read more
  • The Health Benefits of Good Posture
    The Health Benefits of Good Posture Good posture is the position which is attained when the joints are biomechanically sound and able to move in the direction they are designed to and Read more
  • Finding Your Natural Weight
    People often get obsessed with dieting. Instead, get obsessed with a healthier lifestyle and your weight will take care of itself. Eating clean, quality food at regular times throughout the day Read more
  • Tips for Setting Health Goals for 2017
    Goals are an important part of adopting a healthier lifestyle, because they help us measure our progress. By breaking down your goals into manageable steps, you can stay motivated and Read more
  • 10 Steps to Regain Your Health
    10 STEPS TO REGAIN YOUR HEALTH If you’re like most Americans, health is the most important aspect of your life that needs improving. Without adequate health and well-being, you can kiss Read more

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