Category Archives: Biology of Chiropractic

Chiropractic Flexibility to Handle Emergencies

We saw a new movie today with Dick Van Dike. If you were born after 1970 you may not know who he was. He was, and still is a brilliant comedian. He was famous for walking into a room at the beginning of his show, and tripping over the foot rest, and tumbling. In the …

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tired and driving

We just checked in to a little motel after driving for most of the evening. We were extra careful because it is New Years Eve and I know that many of the other drivers have probably been drinking. After a time I started to become sleepy and decided to call it a night and check …

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Bone flexibility through chiropractic

Wow! I am a long way from San Diego in Las Vegas today, and saw the most amazing thing. We saw the Beatles Cirque du Soleil show at the Mirage today. I am speechless. It was truly the most beautiful man made thing I have ever seen. I am not exaggerating the slightest. It made …

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Loosening your Bones By Walking

We just got into Las Vegas last night at around 2:00 a.m. We drove like crazy in a rented Range Rover while ours is getting fixed. Even in a luxury car like that, and after hitting no traffic, my spine, and my wife’s got a little stuck here and there. We walked over to the …

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Chiropractic and Laptop Back

Yesterday while working away in San Diego, I was bent over my laptop for about 8 hours. With laptops, we often work at heights that are not ideal, causing us to bend over and be like that for many hours. Well, I pushed it too far. My back started to hurt, and then my stomach …

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Toes and Chiropractic

Toes are one of those funny things that one often does not even remember they have until they have a problem with them. Oddly enough a good stubbing of ones toe in the middle of the night against a leg of a chair is considered by many to be one of the most excruciatingly painful …

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The crack

There is a lot of controversy regarding the chiropractic crack. Many people will try to let you believe that it is from the release of nitrogen gas in the joint. Some of the pops I have heard in peoples spines are so loud that they could not possibly be coming from a single tiny bubble …

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