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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

A Joyous Holiday Season To All

 As usual, Dr. Ray is here to give you some tid-bits to make sure that your holiday season includes a minimal amount of spinal distress and agida.. So here we go:

1. When your doing "marathon wrapping" don't sit on the floor PLEASE; sit at a table on a nice chair. That's the way to wrap!
2. While making your Christmas cookies and other holiday treats, please keep changing your position. Don't just stand bent forward working on your baking. The constant flexed forward position over many hours can really create unnecessary discomfort so beware PLEASE.
3. During your shlepping of your Christmas tree and/or Hanukkah bush, PLEASE make sure to lift properly and distribute the weight correctly. I don't want you to pull your back out while your decorating your tree. Of course if you don't listen to me and you need me, I'll be there for you because Dr. Ray and staff are always there for you.

Have a joyous and peaceful Holiday and lets all send an extra prayer to our fellow human beings up in Connecticut- they need all the prayers they can get. 

God bless.

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Post Sandy- Pre Turkey

First of all, I need to apologize for "blog neglect." It wont happen again!
I certainly hope that everyone did fairly well around Chester County post-Hurricane Sandy (how lucky we were and thankful we should be.) Please remember that an incredible benefit of Chiropractic is delivering adjustments when the body has been through a lot of stress. That is often a wonderful part of chiropractic that people neglect, as everyone is so used to symptomatic reasons to come in. Please remember that stress creates dysfunction in the body, some on a conscious level and some not. Stress affects mechanics, function of joints, and the many different types of tissue that surround the joint in the body.
As Thanksgiving approaches, I'd like to express my sincere gratitude for my patients that have come to me these past 23 years. We will continue to be here for your health needs and continue to increase the quality of your lives.

Happy early Thanksgiving to all!

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff

PS- Thank you to all that participated in our Facebook "Like" promotion. We hope the winners enjoy their prizes!

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Celebrating Social Media!

In the past few years after being told by many different people, mostly my son Alan, that getting our office involved in the recent technologies is what has to be done in 2012. So, we've created a nice website, we've been blogging, and we are on Facebook so we can connect with people who may not have ever received chiropractic and opened their minds to the potential benefit chiropractic can have in their lives. We also use "social media" to reconnect to old patients to remind them that receiving chiropractic adjustments is not just for people who are writhing in near death like pain! (Unfortunately many people wait too long before they come in...) Preventative care is equally beneficial!

With that we come to Resnick Chiropractics recent promotion to get to 100 Facebook "likes." This promotion is to honor our valued patients and friends with prizes to make all understand how much we value social media and the great people that come into the office.

As of now we sit at 90 Facebook "likes" and want to get to 100. ANYONE THAT "LIKES" OUR PAGE AND IS NUMBERS 90-98 WILL RECEIVE A $25 MOVIE THEATER GIFT CARD!!!


This promotion is to make our patients aware of your value to us and the value of the new technologies of the world.

Start hitting those buttons now Folks!!!

Check out our website for more details and our Facebook page as well...

Monday, September 17, 2012


One of the traditions for the Jewish new year is to bake honey cake-symbolic of the sweetness and blessing we all have to live the lives we have been given. The new year is a time of reflection. How sweet it is to of had the privilege of adjusting all the spines I have layed my hands on lo these past 26 years. How sweet it is to change people's lives, how sweet it is to increase the quality of a persons daily life, how sweet it is to educate and embrace the community. How sweet it is to continue to open people's minds and help them along the road of health and prosperity. 

Lets all pray for a world of just getting along and respecting each others differences. 

Yours in good health,

Dr. Resnick and Staff

Please visit our Website- and Facebook page- Resnick Chiropractic  for more office information!!!

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

A Mid-Summer's Chat with Dr. Ray

The summer surely is cruising by. Lets just go over a couple of safety issues for GENERAL SUMMER SURVIVAL:
1- Please watch the kids when they are swimming wherever, backyard pools can be especially dangerous so keep an eye on the kids at all times!!!
2- Ocean swimming? Don't be a wise guy- listen to the guards, be conscious of the undertow, etc., etc.
3- Swimming, surfing, bogey boarding, body surfing, jet skiing- be aware, be safe, don't overdue it.
4- Wait- I'm thinking- my brain is fried from the heat, so... no jogging at 3pm but rather wait till after 7, keep hydrated at all times: the heat can KILL.

Just some precautionary measures because too many accidents happen in Summertime. 
With all the summer activities, your spine takes a beating. Give us a buzz and get adjusted.

Be safe-
Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Proper Grilling and BBQ Tidbits from Dr. Ray

Always a pleasure chatting with y'all, it is an honor and privilege. Now, lets get down with healthy BBQ/grilling tips. Every big and/or little thing we do, our vertebrae are included. So, always remember and never forget; 
1- When replacing filled propane, bend with those knees and keep that back straight- hand tighten only.
2- When grilling, bend knees a bit and don't drool on cooking meat...
3- When flipping burgers and rotating dogs, be gentle with your elbows (I don't want any of you getting "lateral hot dog tendinitis.") I prefer HEBREW NATIONALS!!!- made from a higher power.

It is that "higher power" that keeps our bodies healthy along with the things we know we should do. So happy summer and don't forget to GET ADJUSTED.

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff


Please check out our office Facebook page for some pictures of the BBQ tips the Doctor was speaking of, enjoy!!!

Monday, April 30, 2012

Explaining vs. Complaining

Taking a patients history is probably the most critical thing a doctor can do. Listening to the patient describe his/her problems and the doctor listening intently is the first step to creating meaningful patient/doctor relationships. Many times by just listening, the doctor can form the diagnosis. Over the years as I ask patients how they are doing, after they discuss that with me they often will verbalize that they don't want to complain to me about their symptoms. It is important to understand that when you're sitting down with your doctor telling him/her about your problems you need to understand that "you're not complaining- your explaining." If you ever sense that the doctor is impatient with your "explaining," then its time to find a new doctor. 

At Resnick Chiropractic, patients are always listened to with professionalism and sincerity. 

Stay healthy my friends.

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff

Monday, April 2, 2012


I hope ya'll enjoyed our snow-less winter. Terrific for low back health, but alas the next season is here bringing its own pitfalls. Mulching, weeding, hoeing, bending, pulling, shlepping, raking, etc. etc. So please be mindful of these words; do all your spring cleaning with "Moderation" in mind. With lots of bending the low back gets abused. So please do your spring cleaning a little bit at a time. Put a little heat on your low back when you finish a days work, do some stretching in the morning (as usual hopefully!!!), and be mindful of "Moderation." As usual, we are here for your chiropractic needs if you do too much.

With the holidays coming up, we wish you a joyful and blessed holiday season.

Yours in good health,
Dr. Ray and staff

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Luck O' the Body

As St. Patty's Day approaches, it reminds me about the definition of "luck." Luck happens to those who place themselves in position to receive it. You can't be lucky enough to win the lottery unless you go out of your way to buy a lottery ticket. (Makes sense!!!). Those of you whose bodies are working properly is a combination of genetics, which is out of your control, and the hard work you put into it to make the body function properly. So if you -eat a balanced and nutritious diet, exercise regularly and diligently, get the sleep you need regularly, receive chiropractic treatment to maintain spinal integrity, spiritually remember your blessings, love the ones that you care for- do all these things than the luck of having a healthy body and mind will come your way with God's blessings. Therefore, again luck is 99% hard work and 1% being in the right position to receive it. Have a great St. Patty's Day.

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Love thy partner, love their spine

So, Valentines Day approaches. There are many ways to show how you love your partner. Here are some ways you may not have thought of; love your partner by reminding them to watch their posture when they are walking (keep those shoulders back and head straight). Love your partner by reminding them to make sure ergonomics are proper when using the computer. Love your partner by checking when they are sleeping if they are in good sleep posture. Love your partner by making sure that they shovel snow (remember snow?) by bending their knees properly. Love your partner by reminding them to put a nice, moist heating pad on their lower back for any chronic stiffness. 
These are just a few of the ways you can show extra love to your significant others this Valentines Day. A healthy spine makes for a happy partner. Don't forget to stop in the office to get adjusted and have a chocolate kiss on me!

Yours in good health,
Dr. Ray and staff

Monday, January 16, 2012

First of the year- Ergonomic Review

I hope this year begins with employment for most of you reading this blog, that's my economic prayer to you all. That being said,  sitting at a computer for most of the day is not uncommon. So lets review:
-Sit down, push your tush to the back of the chair
-Get those shoulders up straight, get the head back so your ear lobes are over your shoulders
-Get your elbows next to your sides, get your forearms parallel to the floor
-Get a nice comfy mouse so your hand is level with your wrist
-Finally, make sure the monitor is right in front of you or a few inches at either side of your face

If you follow these instructions, your body will take less of a hit from all the sitting at the computer. Always remember and never forget,
that structure effects function!

Yours in good health,
Dr. Ray and Staff

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

To a healthy and peaceful 2012!!!

The time for the yearly resolutions are hear again. We all make them, we all try to fulfill them, and many of us including me often break them. So always remember and never forget: since the future is immense and the resolutions are intimidating, lets please remember what Abe Lincoln said, "The greatest thing about the future, is that it comes one day at a time." Lets all succeed one day at a time. Stay healthy, get adjusted, and eat your WHEATIES!

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff

P.s.- Please check back to our blog and our Facebook for office updates and schedule changes for 2012, we have some cool stuff planned!