Anderson Chiropractic and Wellness Center

Austin Chiropractor Provides Wellness Care, Pain Management, and Massage Treatments

Unlike conventional medicine, which focuses on attempting to treat disease once it occurs, the Anderson Wellness Center attempts to improve the health of the individual in an effort to prevent illness in the first place. The word “chiropractic,” from the Greek words cheir (hand) and praxis (action), literally means “done by hand.” Instead of prescribing drugs or performing surgeries, chiropractors use manual treatments of the spine and joints, exercise therapy, massage trigger-point therapy and lifestyle changes to allow the body’s natural state of health to fully express itself. Chiropractic care is like building a house. Certain things have to happen in a particular order for the body to stand strong and work correctly. When building a house, if you tried to put up the walls before you had a solid foundation, the walls would be weak and eventually collapse. Article Photos Dr. Rick Anderson and his wife, Tracee, offer a true health and wellness collaboration effort with their patients. Photo: Barbara Liniger, Mauizoom Numerous studies have demonstrated that chiropractic care is one of the most effective treatments for many types of musculoskeletal problems. Photo: Barbara Liniger, Mauizoom Tracee Anderson, dietician and Ideal Protein Weight Loss Consultant (left), and her assistant, Maleah Eguchi, are trained and certified health professionals. The Ideal Protein Method offers a variety of good quality protein-based foods that are easily assimilated, said Tracee. In addition, we offer weekly personalized ongoing chiropractic toronto support with weight and measurement progress analysis. Photo: Barbara Liniger, Mauizoom Anderson Chiropractic and Wellness Center personally tailors a chiropractic and wellness program specifically targeted to your needs. The staff includes (left to right) Massage Therapist Fran Moore, Acupunctureist Chris Cannon, Chiropractor Rick Anderson, Dietician Tracee Anderson and her assistant, Maleah Eguchi. Photo: Barbara Liniger, Mauizoom “The same is true for your body,” said Dr.
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Bryan Chiropractic Clinic Owner Convicted in $3 Million Automobile Insurance Fraud

Foti Chiropractics A Year of Wishes campaign will benefit a 17-year-old Wisconsin girl and her family. The effort has already raised more than $6,500. The amount includes all proceeds from a June 25 Patient Appreciation Day, when Foti Chiropractic sold T-shirts and offered $10 adjustments. We are thrilled at the response thus far to our Year of Wishes effort, and look forward to meeting and exceeding our $10,000 goal, said Dr. David J. Foti . Given our longstanding commitment to help people live healthier lives, the purpose and goals of Make-A-Wish Wisconsin are a perfect match for both our clinic and the generosity of our patients. Foti Chiropractic is recruiting a team to participate in the Aug. 24 Walk & Run for Wishes at Milwaukees lakefront. The clinics doctors will provide spinal screenings at the event. Foti Chiropractic has supported numerous charities with innovative fund-raising and awareness campaigns. Previous beneficiaries included Meta House, the Ronald McDonald House, Habitat for Humanity and local food pantries.
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First Repsonder Appreciation Day

Patients with Medicare, Aetna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, United Healthcare, and more are served. Scheduling an appointment is as simple as logging online and setting a date via the website. The session even includes a free 30-minute massage. Dr. Shaddock and others on the team can perform chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy, and specialized treatments such as spinal decompression therapy, electrical stimulation, and cold laser therapy. They can also provide orthotics and even nutrition counseling. The center also benefits from the experience of Veronica Martinez, LMT, a certified massage therapist with experience in chiropractic care and rehabilitation using innovative techniques. AbsoluteLifeWellnessCenter is anchored by the devotion of Dr. Daniel Shaddock, D.C., a Marine Corps Veteran and expert in sports medicine. To learn more about the South Austin Chiropractor and to schedule an appointment, visit http://atxwellnesscenter.com About Absolute Life Wellness Center AbsoluteLifeWellnessCenter is an Austin, TX based facility owned by Dr.
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DAILY HEALTH UPDATE Week of: Monday, August 12th Dr. Jeff…

JAMA Pediatrics, July 2013 Health Alert: Brain’s Motivation Blunted! Long-term cannabis users tend to produce less dopamine, a chemical in the brain linked to motivation. Dopamine levels in a part of the brain called the striatum were lower in people who regularly smoke cannabis, especially those who began taking the drug at a younger age. This explains why some cannabis users appear to lack motivation to work or pursue their normal interests. The lowest dopamine levels were seen in users who met diagnostic criteria for cannabis abuse or dependence, raising the possibility that this measure could provide a marker of addiction severity. Biological Psychiatry, July 2013 Diet: The Gut and Autism? Autism rates have risen over recent years. Heightened awareness and more diligent efforts at diagnosis account for some of the increase, yet researchers believe an epidemic is occurring. One possible factor is the overuse of antibiotics at an early age. This lowers the diversity of the gut microflora and lower diversity of gut microbes is positively correlated with the presence of autistic symptoms.
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Foti Chiropractic Raising $10,000 for Make-A-Wish Recipient in Wisconsin

The IAFF says, Back injuries account for approximately 50% of all line-of-duty injury retirements each year.[1] Chiropractic care can make a significant difference in lower back pain and other health problems. The American Chiropractic Association gives examples of studies shown to improve acute and chronic pain. [1] International Association of Fire Fighters. Many treatments are available for low back pain. Often exercises and physical therapy can help. Some people benefit from chiropractic therapy or acupuncture. –Goodman et al. (2013), Journal of the American Medical Association [Chiropractic Manipulative Therapy] in conjunction with [standard medical care] offers a significant advantage for decreasing pain and improving physical functioning when compared with only standard care, for men and women between 18 and 35 years of age with acute low back pain. –Goertz et al. (2013), Spine Our mission is to work with first responders to get and maintain their health pain free, without the use of medications. Fidel Chiropractic Center is also participating as a thank you to all first responders. Dr.
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Young also participated in the scheme to defraud the insurance companies as an accident client of the law firm. Three separate checks, totaling nearly $5000, were sent and made payable to Young and the law firm to settle an accident claim which was based on fraudulent chiropractic bills produced at the firm. Young never received the treatments reflected on the bills sent to the insurance companies. The scheme to defraud the automobile insurance companies resulted in the submission of more than $3 million in false billing claims. The insurance companies paid at least $1.2 million in false claims during 2007-2009. U.S. District Judge Kenneth Hoyt, who accepted the guilty plea, has set sentencing for September 16, 2013, at which time Young faces up to 20 years in prison and a possible $250,000 fine. As part of his plea agreement, Young also agreed to forfeit the $112,000 he received and to pay restitution of $1.2 million to the insurance companies victimized by the scheme. Young was allowed to remain free on bond pending his sentencing. Three remaining defendants charged in relation to this case are scheduled for trial on September 24, 2013.
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Mt. Carmel Chiropractic Clinic adjusts

Gill, D.C. left, and Dr. Virgil L. Potts, D.C. examine a patients X-rays and discuss what techniques they will use to treat the problem. After shadowing Gill for the past few weeks, Potts will take over the full patient load today. Gill will begin a teaching career at WVC; Potts relocated to Mt. Carmel Chiropractic Clinic. Posted: Friday, August 9, 2013 11:16 am Mt. Carmel Chiropractic Clinic adjusts EMILY WATERBURY Staff Writer Tri-State Media | 0comments If you havent heard the news yet, you arent too far behind. Donald Leynaud, Life Sciences instructor at Wabash Valley College for 33 years, retired and Dr.
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