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3 Relationship Tips you can Use with Anyone

There is tons of great advice and tips on how to improve the relationship with your significant other, and while they are great to use with them, these can also be applied to just about anyone you come into contact with – including friends, coworkers and strangers. Here’s 3 tips you can use... Continue Reading

Sex Positions for Back Pain

As a doctor of chiropractic I get asked a lot of questions about how to handle activities of daily living while experiencing back pain.  The question I rarely get asked is, ‘How do I continue to enjoy sex while I have low back pain?’  Low back pain can hinder many activities and can be... Continue Reading

3 Ways to Connect

February tends to put a lot of focus on romantic relationships, and though important, this can also be a great opportunity to connect with anyone who is important in your life. Further your own relationships, and make someone’s day! 1. Do something to make someone feel cared for and loved. Take a... Continue Reading

Don’t Worry, Be Happy

Throughout our lifetimes we have likely all been told to "be thankful", and "count your blessings" more times than we can count. If the title of this article sounds hokey to you, I understand, though hold on for one moment, because actually expressing and practicing gratitude can have a significant... Continue Reading

The Most Important Relationship

When we hear the term “relationship” we automatically create images in our mind. Perhaps you think of a significant other, your child, family member, or maybe even a colleague. All have completely different contexts, levels of significance, and most can recognize the importance of nurturing the... Continue Reading

5 ways to transition into spring

Spring is in the air and with it comes a time of transition into a time of renewal, birth, growth and action. Nature comes alive and awake after a winter of hibernation, which can be a good reflection of our own lives. The words “spring cleaning” is often heard and applying this term to all... Continue Reading

The Art of Listening

I remember many things from the beginning of my practice of Naturopathic Medicine but the one thing that continues to stick out in my mind is how after a visit patients would continually comment that it was the first time that they had felt heard and how therapeutic it was. It was a common theme... Continue Reading

strength in numbers

If you are looking for a new bed time story for your children, you should tell them about Roseto. In the 1950’s Roseto attracted the attention of the medical community because of the low rates of heart disease and heart attacks in this small Pennsylvanian... Continue Reading