It’s summer, and you know what that means. The sun is shining, the birds are singing, people are getting injured… That’s right I said it – many of you are getting injured. I know because I see the aftermath. Summertime injuries fall into many categories, but I don’t treat all of them. For example, I […]Read more "All Hail the Weekend Warrior!"
While scrolling through social media recently, I came across an ad for a popular brand of standing desk which posed this question: Is sitting the new smoking? No – it’s not. The problem isn’t with sitting or standing – it’s with doing either one for too long. So yes, I’m asking you to take a […]Read more "It’s Time to Take a Seat at Your Standing Desk"
Remember the good old days? When snow in the forecast meant wearing your pajamas inside out and getting up early to hear those magical words come over the radio – your school district is closed. Yipee! Since I’m older now and have graduated to the get off my lawn community, snow means one thing – […]Read more "Every day I’m Shoveling…"
It’s a phone call that we’re familiar with around here: “Um, hi. So my child is having back pain and I don’t know who to call. I have a friend who goes to your office, but I don’t know if that’s an option. I mean, do chiropractors treat kids?” Here is a simple chart I’ve […]Read more "Yes Virginia. You really do have a spine."
My house is haunted. Well, maybe not my house, but the giant bags of Halloween candy my wife hid in the hall closet are. Putting them out of sight didn’t help much, their spectral whispers still find me wherever I am. “We’re here….” “We are so delicious. Just have one. Or ten. Don’t wait for […]Read more "They’re Here…"
That was a test, if you sang the Dora jingle in your head that means you have kids and this applies to you. I’ve been fielding several questions about backpacks recently- but I refuse to post anything school-related before September. That is where I draw the line. If you were a child of the […]Read more "All about…Backpack! Backpack!"
Ah, the foot. That stinky, sweaty, no shoes – no service body part. It’s a wonder the way we’ve come to think of feet, seeing their ingenious design. Twenty-six bones, thirty-three joints, and more than 100 muscles in a compact package that can navigate anything from sandy beach to rocky terrain. A […]Read more "8/15/17 – An Ode to the Lowly foot"