Ever notice how committing random — or not so random — acts of selflessness fires up the feel-good endorphins that boost our mood?

Whether we’re making a meal for an ill friend or volunteering at a homeless shelter, serving others is a great way to impact your world and improve your health!

When we help others, we’re often physically active. Doing yard work for an elderly neighbor or helping to paint a home will keep you moving — a boost for your physical and mental health.

When you serve others, you’ll increase your social skills and become a more effective and confident communicator!

Service to others could also help decrease depression. There’s widespread support that shows that people with a tendency toward depression can find therapeutic value in helping others.

Taking the time to be selfless can reap big health dividends and the priceless reward of knowing you’re making a difference!


No matter the parties you’ll attend or the decorations in your home, tis the season for festivities with loved ones and cheer. In the spirit of life, love and gatherings to come, here’s our wish for you and yours.

We wish you a season spent being:

Grateful. With busy schedules and stressful times, sometimes being thankful for your blessings is key to feeling great and discovering your holiday spirit.

Festive. Enjoy time with loved ones, embracing tradition and the special parts of the season. Remember, it always goes by fast, so make sure to prioritize what’s important.

Joyful. We hope your home is filled with love, your heart full of peace and a season filled with bliss.

Healthy. We encourage you to prioritize sleep, make time for exercises that energize you, limit sugary foods that make you tired or sick and stop in for an adjustment. Take care of yourself; you deserve it!

We want to help you be the healthiest, happiest you. If there’s anything we can do, please let us know.

All of us wish you a very, merry festive season.


Not sure what a subluxation is? It is the result of spinal bones with improper motion or position affecting nerve communications between your brain and your body.

Being subluxation-free is crucial because believe it or not, your well-being starts with a healthy and properly aligned spine.

This almost imperceptible change in the placement of your spinal bones dramatically affects the communication between your brain and all the other systems of your body. Without proper communication, your body’s natural control and regulation are disturbed.

This can be an underlying cause of a variety of health problems. Beyond back and neck pain, digestive issues and more symptoms can arise from the presence of a subluxation.

Don’t let a subluxation get in the way of living your best life. Let us find and reduce this interference so you can achieve optimal health and feel and live better.