Drug-free for ADHD

  Overheard a joke between a couple of 12-year-olds. Q. What does ADHD stand for? A. It stands for attention deficit — oh, look: a butterfly! I couldn’t help myself to chuckle. Serious matter, unexpected outcome. Having grown up in the East Village, I’m used to one-liners. Kids with special needs might chuckle, too, but … Read more

The Better Fish

All of us here are very aware of what we eat. We eat fresh fruits and vegetable whenever we can, stay away from GMO products and avoid eating too many processed foods. We like fish, too. Our local fishmongers get questioned regularly. Are these fresh? Wild or farmed? If they’re farmed, where do they come … Read more

I’d Walk A Mile for a Good Chiropractor

If you walk often, at a brisk pace, you’re doing yourself a favor. Vigorous walking is good for your health. Here in New York, people do a lot of walking. If you live and work in Manhattan, you probably walk a couple of miles per day. Yet these “couple of miles” people walk to/from work … Read more

Diversity in Healthcare

California is an interesting state. Came across a story in The Record (Stockton, California) about a chiropractor who’s also a distiller of fine vodka and a solar panel installer. Talk about diversifying your practice! In his office in Angels Camp, located in a region of California known as the Mother Lode, he shares the vodka … Read more

I Am Iron Man

Some of the kids I’ve talked to lately think Whiplash is a Marvel Comics character. Nemesis of Iron Man (played by Mickey Rourke in the film from 2010, Iron Man 2). In my book, whiplash is a serious injury and something that can linger for years. Cervical acceleration-deceleration (CAD) is the medical term, and treatment … Read more

FAB! Festival Fun

We had a great time at the FAB! Festival last Saturday. The above photo is one of many by Whitney Browne, published via Flickr. Lots of massages and many samples from our Healthy Transformation program were given away. We’re always happy to help our friends and neighbors in the East Village.


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Happy Birthday Chiropractic Care!

Today marks 118 years since the first adjustment. The word Chiropractic is derived from the Greek words chiro meaning ‘hand’ and praktikos meaning practical. The beginning of chiropractic can be traced back to 1895 when Canadian Daniel David Palmer performed the first adjustment and founded Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in 1897. It … Read more