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Thursday, March 4, 2021

Resnick Chiropractic voted as "Family Favorite" in the Main Line Parent award contest

 

Resnick Chiropractic is extremely honored to receive the Main Line Parent award for "Family Favorite Chiropractor" for this years Main Line Parent LOVE Awards!!! We are humbled and feel very happy to have placed this high in our first year being represented in this great contest from #mainlineparent
Thank you to our amazing patients, family and friends for believing in us and chiropractic. We appreciate all of you and this is a great achievement for Dr. Ray and staff!!!

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Friday, February 19, 2021

"It doesn't take much"


 
A couple of days ago I had a new patient come in who is in his early 60s. He said to me he has never had low back issues before and he was in considerable amount of discomfort. I asked him as I always do, "did any incident create this" because over the years their are times when something a person does can trigger a health issue or a persons repetition at work can create issues or even many times patients will say "doc, I didn't do anything."

So, again, I asked this new patient if anything triggered his discomfort/this incident. He said yes finally-last week I was pushing my slippers out of the way...
Over the past 35 years of adjusting human beings, I have heard lots of interesting ways that people hurt themselves-pushing slippers out of the way is one of the funnier things I've heard. When this patient mentioned the slippers I started chuckling and apologizing because I had just met this person. He didn't get mad at me because he knew I had a good heart as he was referred to the office for just such issues with lower backs. 

I mention this story because people will deal with their issues and not come in for treatment because they feel like it will go away in a couple of days and in fact sometimes that is true. But its always a good idea to come into the office, call or email us if you think something is an issue. Dr. Ray will give you some stretches to do at home, give you a consultation or adjustment and just check you out to make sure all is ok.

Unfortunately there are innumerable ways to aggravate our spine. So keep on being safe and healthy, wear your masks and be kind. Dr. Ray is fully vaccinated and ready to keep on serving the great folks of Chester County. Thanks for the continued support.

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff

Friday, January 29, 2021

STOP WAITING-and come in!

 Last week I met a patient who was in her late 40's who has chronic neck and mid-shoulder blade pain that she has had for years. She has
gone to her medical doctors a bunch of times and they talk about doing some exercise or taking Advil if she is in too much pain. Most of the doctors will not suggest chiropractic for these types of patients. 

If you looked in the dictionary for the definition of "a typical new chiropractic patient" you would see this woman's picture. Why? The scenario is repeated a million times a week through the world. People who have a certain issue with their Neuro-muscular skeletal body take enough over the counter meds to get by and live with the condition.

I asked this new patient a question I have asked 1000s of times over my almost 30 years of practicing-Why haven't you come in before? Her answer was, as most answers are, "I thought I had to live with it, I thought it was apart of getting older."

I am not saying that Chiropractic is the answer to all of these problems, but I am saying that it is the answer to many of these issues since many of the reasons for this condition are living our lives and the stresses our lives contain.

So give the office a call, help yourself by getting an adjustment and you will say what most of these people end up saying, which is "I wish I would of come to see you years ago."

Stay healthy, stay well and stay safe.

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff



Friday, January 8, 2021

Hip, Hip Hooray-2021 is here...


 It certainly has been a crazy year in multiple levels and hopefully as the vaccine gets distributed efficiently Covid-19 will become something that is in our past. 

But, until that time please keep social distancing where possible, washing hands thoroughly and wearing masks when needed so we don't have to deal with spikes in communities, etc. 

With all of the stress from working from home and sitting more than usual our spines have been attacked and negatively effected. 

Give the office a call and get in to get adjusted asap as #chiropractic continues to be helpful and assist in our overall health while assisting in a stable immune system. 

We continue to keep our office clean and sanitary while following all guidelines needed for everyone's safety. 

Happy New Year to all! Looking forward to seeing you in the office again this year and continue being smart with your gatherings...

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff

Thursday, December 24, 2020

Keep being vigilant...

 I was out shopping recently in Chester County and the traffic was unbelievable. I was sitting in my car waiting to move and I realized it was nice seeing humans out living their lives-it was a good feeling. 

But then I thought I hope everyone is being smart living their lives...

Of course its terrific to get back to some kind of normalcy but unfortunately we are not quite there yet. 

I urge all of you to obviously continue to wear the masks when needed, wash your hands thoroughly, social distance when you can , limit your gatherings this holiday season as much as you can while not going to overcrowded places if you can help it.

I continue to suggest to patients to get adjusted as we continue to make sure the office is clean, sanitized and under proper protocols needed for Covid times. 

I really hope everyone has a safe and joyous holiday. Keep in mind that we are fairly close to getting through this pandemic so keep being smart, caring about your fellow humans and always remember and never forget that Dr. Ray is here to help.

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff

Thursday, November 26, 2020

Thankfulness even during Covid...

 It's always hard to think positive or be thankful when life is dealing you hardship. So as Thanksgiving approaches, it is just a reminder from Dr. Ray that in the depth of Covid, Governmental issues and racial inequality its important to remember blessings. 
Even when we are dealing with all of these difficulties, there is also blessings and thankfulness to be celebrated and enjoyed. 


Dr. Ray and staff want to extend to all of you a healthy and blessed thanksgiving day. It may not be with as much family as we are used to, but we are trying to be smart during this pandemic. 
The office will be open 11/28 for Small Business Saturday! Give us a call or email for an appointment. 


Again-Dr. Ray wants to thank everyone for their loving wishes as he continues to heal from his surgery!!!
Yours in good health,
Dr. Ray and Staff



Tuesday, November 17, 2020

The Power of Healing...

With my left hip replacement surgery complete the problem I had with degenerative joint disease, lack of cartilage, the top of my femur bone barley functioning and the non existent joint space created cascading pain that my body could not heal.

This kind of degenerative condition essentially caused by the wear and tear of living our lives is a problem that the human body can not heal on its own. Fortunately, modern surgical evolution has enabled me to receive a new hip joint there by eradicating all the symptoms I was suffering with. Now each passing day and the exercising I am doing strengthens the area and is on target to make this surgery a 100% success.

But still, the healing process goes on which is part of our amazing human body make up. 

Again, I want to thank everyone for the loving thoughts and care displayed the last month or so. It is and always will be appreciated. 

Keep on being Covid responsible!!!

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff



PS:

We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Ray continues to heal and get stronger. His hip replacement was a total success and as of this Tuesday, November 17th he will be back in the office to take care of his wonderful patients.

The docs schedule will be abbreviated to start for the first few weeks or so, please see schedule below:

11/17-9-2 pm

11/20-9-1 and 3-7 pm

11/21- 9-12 pm

11/24-9-2 pm

11/25- 12-7 pm

11/28- 9-1 pm

***All hours are subject to change so please do call or email the office to double check and make an appointment.