Woke up with a headache

I woke up with a headache this morning. I still get headaches about once a month or so. They are nothing like they used to be. It still amazes me though how a small amount of pain, can absolutely destroy the day. Sure you can still pick up the groceries, or take the garbage out,…

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…

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…

Big Thanks To Lenovo for their proactive support!

This San Diego chiropractor needs a new laptop! I have been spending 4 to 12 hours per day working on my websites, and my laptop is getting harder and harder to deal with. It is an old Dell with 512 mb of ram, and a 30 gb hard drive. It keeps whining at me to…

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…

A huge thank you to my wife.

I have the best wife in the world. You may have wondered who it was, but it is actually my wife. The reason I am writing about her here is because of what she has done for the chiropractic profession. The biggest thing she did was help me out so much over so many years….

My time at UCSD Medical School

I had a rare opportunity to be invited to UCSD medical school to be on staff. It was a very part time position, but it gave me an insight into medical training that I do not think more than a small handful of chiropractors have ever seen. On the bright side, I saw Mark Wallace…

The third start of my new San Diego Chiropractic Blog!!

I love being a chiropractor. I love being in San Diego. It is pretty much that simple. Chiropractic is simply finding bones in the spine that are stuck, and using a chiropractic adjustment, a chiropractor will unstick those bones and let the messages travel from your brain to your body, to tell the body what…

Medicare

Seaside Chiropractic has chosen to not be a Medicare provider and not be a participating provider in the Medicare system. Medicare has a long list of laws that a doctor is required to follow in order to get paid by the Medicare system. For a large organization such as a hospital or a large group…