Pregnancy and Chiropractic

Health, News, Pregnancy and Chiropractic
Please don’t suffer through your pregnancy with back pain, headaches, leg pains, etc.  Despite what you may have heard from your mom, your aunts, your cousins, these are not “normal” symptoms of being pregnant.  Regular chiropractic care during your pregnancy has been shown to alleviate or greatly relieve most of these aggravations so that you can enjoy your pregnancy, not just suffer through it unnecessarily. A chiropractor is trained to understand the mechanical and physical aspects of what may be causing unnecessary pain or discomfort during your pregnancy, and getting adjusted while pregnant is completely safe.  Chiropractors are trained to alter their regular treatment as needed during pregnancy, following surgery, or when other conditions warrant it.  Dr. Carr has a chiropractic adjusting table specifically designed for treating women who are…
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Adjusting Infants

Adjusting Infants

Baby Health, Health
Many people let fear take over when they think of adjusting a new born baby. These are the same people that would never question getting adjusted after a car accident, or slipping and falling on the ice. I like to ask these people, what is the most traumatic thing that you can think of that would happen to your body? How often do you squeeze through an opening the size of your head? After standing on your head for a week or more? Giving birth and being born are both events that will alter your body. Getting checked by a chiropractor is the best thing you can do, and do it as quickly as you would after getting into a car accident. Adjusting newborn infants is not the same process…
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Techniques

Health, Medicine, sacro occipital technique, SOT
Dr Carr continues takes many continuing education courses each year, these are a few of the techniques of care that he may use when giving you an adjustment. The Palmer Method Today, the chiropractic field is so widespread and accepted as a valid treatment that it may be hard to believe that chiropractic care was not even brought into the American mainstream until the late nineteenth century. This occurred when Doctor Daniel David Palmer set up the first-ever chiropractic practice, thus establishing the field. It was Dr. D. D. Palmer’s son, B. J. Palmer, who formulated the Palmer Method that was first taught in the Palmer School of Chiropractic (also established by D. D. Palmer), and that is still widely used today. Read More… Thompson Drop The Thompson Technique utilizes…
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Websites to help you on the Road to Healthy Living

Exercise, Food, Health, Research we Recommend, Uncategorized
We have a few websites that we go to often as a reference for better living. We'd like to share those websites with you: www.acatoday.org Dr. Carr is a member of  the American Chiropractic Association. They bring the latest information  in Chiropractic  news and techniques. Their  website is filled with hundreds of articles to help patients in their quest for better health. www.YogaToday.com Yoga Today is there to make the benefits of yoga accessible to everyone, everywhere, anytime.  Yoga brings health, happiness and a knowing of peace to the human body and spirit. Choosing yoga as a lifestyle in our accelerating, fast-paced world affords you the opportunity to slow down and reflect. Check out the yoga today website to watch their free weekly yoga workout and to see what else…
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Attitude and your Health

Attitude and your Health

Exercise, Health, Medicine
Your attitude determines your altitude. “Adopting the right attitude can convert a negative stress into a positive one” –Dr. Hans Selye.  You are, and you draw to yourself, your most dominant thoughts (the law of the Harvest/Attraction). What are you thinking and doing that bring events and people into your life? What lessons do you need to learn so you can move on? How can you de-stress? My Suggestions: 1. Pray/Meditate. Be at peace with yourself for at least 5 minutes per day. 2. Read inspirational books, scripture, novel, motivational readings etc. 3. Be active. Go to the gym, take a hike, enjoy nature, exercise, visit a “positive” person, serve/help someone, laugh, go on a ‘date’, hold hands with your sweetheart, do something artistic. 4. Do something fun at least…
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