The New York Times Bestseller, "Breath" by James Nestor was both interesting and informative. Much information was gleaned from this book. It is truly fascinating how subtle changes in our breathing habits can make a profound impact on our daily lives. Some nuggets that I found to be game-changers for health are:
I love learning common-sense techniques that improve ones health and are highly effective and easy to incorporate into a healthy lifestyle. All that is required is a little time and patience. The rewards are remarkable! So, BREATH...
Special thanks to our patients and friends who have helped keep us safe and healthy by supplying us with lovely home sewn face masks and accessories to make them more comfortable. Charlene P., Taytum B., Lenny U., Lori R. and Ann M., you're the BEST!
NEW PATIENT REFERRAL DRAWINGS
When you refer a new patient your name will be entered into a drawing to win a Mini Spa Treatment!
Each month we'll draw a new name and someone will be treated to a healing experience!
Which of your friends could benefit from Dr. Nelson's healing touch?
Winner for the Month of March:
(She's being treated to a Spinalator Treatment as well as an Infrared Sauna Session!)
We will no longer be offering Organo products. We are, however, selling the remaining inventory at discounted prices. We currently have a limited supply of Premium Latte and Premium Black Coffee.
7 Steps to Strengthen Hope
A great mentor of mine, Richard Flint, wrote these inspirational words and I’d like to share them with you:
7 Steps to strengthen your hope in the midst of life’s moments of uncertainty and lack of control
CALM SPIRIT must control your decision making process
ORDER to your life must become a focal point
NAVAGATE must not become what you dwell on
TACKLE this time of uncertainty as a “moment”, not a “forever”
REFUSE to react
OVERCOME your fear of the darkness
LISTEN hear what life is saying
Stay in CONTROL of your life!
To my family, friends, patients, and community,
These are difficult times, trying to not only understand, but navigate through the Coronavirus. It is important to stay positive and have hope. Focus on all the people who did not get sick during this crisis. The most important action to take is Maintain your Health! Stress effects the mind, body and spirit; which results in a decreased ability to ward off disease.
To decrease stress on the system:
Our office is open during these difficult times. We are taking meticulous care of the office, our patients and ourselves. We follow the CDC and Massachusetts state guidelines. Chiropractic care helps decrease the stress on the nervous system, which in turn contributes to a strong immune system. Please call our office today, we are here for you!
The Shoulder Walk
This exercise will help you strengthen and lubricate your shoulders.
A Message on COVID-19
Our office is open!
As chiropractors, we treat patients with conditions that range from acute back pain, headaches, muscle spasms, and injury to general health and wellness. At this time, chiropractors are providing pain relief and keeping patients out of the emergency rooms, urgent care centers, and primary care physicians offices.
Our office is taking great measures to keep our patients and ourselves healthy throughout this situation. Please call if you need us.
Tami Nelson, DC & Team
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts defines "Physicians" as MD, DC (Doctor of Chiropractic), DO, Nurse, NP, OD, plus others. So there is no confusion as to who is included as "healthcare providers." Chiropractors are essential!
Please watch this video, provided by The Family Health Minute, to learn a bit more about coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.
The Hummingbird is a brain exercise to stimulate the Vagus nerve. It will also help balance the nervous system.
This exercise is designed to help stretch out your neck and relieve upper back and shoulder tension.
The Seated Neck Stretch
This exercise was designed as an easy stretch to help loosen the sides of your neck.
Latest in Chiropractic Research.
Last month I attended a seminar on the latest in Chiropractic Research. I always love this specific seminar because I get neat tidbits of information that may be beneficial for some patients. The following are some findings: