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Thursday, June 11, 2020

Those Darn Masks...









Ill be honest with you, I can not stand wearing the masks. They make me hot, it fogs up my glasses, it makes me feel claustrophobic and it keeps me too warm. But…I understand the reason for them so I abide.

I certainly hope all of you are wearing the darn masks and following all of the guidelines we have been told to do. It is important so please continue to do so.

God willing very soon we wont need to worry about them anymore, but until then be good boys and girls and follow these instructions.

Now that things are opening up more, the office continues to be open while continually cleaned and sanitized and ready to receive all of you who have not been to the office for a while. I am sure many of your spines have been telling you it is time to call Dr. Ray for an adjustment. We are here for you as usual and will continue to be so.

I hope all of your family and friends have been healthy and safe through this pandemic. Always remember and never forget, Resnick Chiropractic is here for you!

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and staff

PS-twice in the last few months I went to drink something with the mask on and made a mess everywhere. Beware!!!


Friday, May 1, 2020

Crazy Times

Indeed, the Coronavirus has certainly changed lives period. Please be safe, wash hands a lot, don't touch your face, wear your masks (oops, wait one second, my mask wearing has fogged up my glasses..again)

We shall overcome this situation that we are in, and will be stronger for it.

Resnick Chiropractic continues to see patients, 1 at a time, with the office being cleansed all the time after patient use and taking all other precautions being made. Please keep these health related issues in mind.

Any who, we hope you and your families/friends are all safe and sound. Call the office if you need anything and be safe.

Yours in good health,
Dr. Ray and Staff


Thursday, March 26, 2020

Just checking in...

I hope all are well and safe and following the guidelines during these trying times. We will all get through this and perhaps learn a few positive things from this. There is usually silver lining in stormy clouds...

Dr. Ray is in the office this week, seeing only 1 patient at a time and making sure proper cleaning protocols are in place. Sanitizer will be available and all tables, chairs, door knobs and other will be cleaned after each appointment. 

Please be safe for you and your families. Please call or email with questions and we will get through this. 

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff


Thursday, March 12, 2020

Handling the Stressors

Even if everything is going dandy with your lives there is always some amount of stress that we have to deal with. How we learn to deal with the stress in our lives will help our body stay healthy and avoid sickness for the most part. 

Certainly the recent Coronavirus story has grown and grown and has gotten scarier as time has gone on, but it's important to try our best to not let these stresses make us sick because then we only get weaker and our immune system takes a hit. Every time we allow stress to effect us our immune system gets weaker. 


All I am saying everyone is to please take a deep breath and wash your hands more often then you might have been accustomed to and don't let yourself get sick over this epidemic. 


Here is just a little list of things you can do to decrease stress in your body:


- Positive mental attitude

- Intermittent adjustments helps the immune system work properly
- Get as much sleep as you can
- Stay away from the news each day if that drives you crazy and effects your mental health
- Make sure you take some multi vitamins
- Go online and look up some good breathing techniques which help keep the immune system on a positive path

Always remember and never forget that we are always here for you if you have questions about anything, don't hesitate to ask. If I am not sure of the answer  I will find it out for you and don't forget to continue with your wellness #chiropractic care!


Please take good care of yourselves in these crazy times.


Yours in good health,


Dr. Ray and staff