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Monday, September 23, 2013

Helping Others Help Themselves

For all of you who have benefited from chiropractic I am not sure you are aware, but you have a responsibility. The responsibility you have is to keep an eye open and an ear to those around you whether it be family, friends, co-workers, or strangers in life. It is a crime how many people live with there ailments or just assume that "I have had  it so long, nothing can be done for it," or "it is normal to have so I will just take a medication for the pain." Fortunately, most of our neuro-muscular skeletal aches and pains happen because of the repetition of our daily lives and the mechanical dysfunction that occurs because of that repetition. Chiropractic is incredible for a major percentage of these problems. 

So again, if you observe a fellow human being complaining about these problems you must say to them- TRY CHIROPRACTIC. If they say no, you must say- YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF. Most of these people end up benefiting beyond there expectations. 

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and staff

Monday, September 2, 2013

Where does the time go?

Hope ya'll had a safe and fun filled Labor Day. Time surely passes quickly- it's so easy to neglect ourselves as we deal with taking care of everybody and everything else. 

Lets start out this September by thinking about yourself a little bit more. One of the biggest ways is GET ADJUSTED. The neurological, mechanical, muscular, and functional benefits of a chiropractic adjustment are numerous. Please do not just come in when you are in massive immovable pain. There is so much more to offer your body from a regular or maintenance adjustment. 

Unfortunately it is true that over the almost 24 years of practicing chiropractic in Exton, PA; many people come in purely when they have symptoms. BELIEVE ME: the multiple benefits to your nerves, disks, joints, circulation, posture, and overall function could use a good "chiro fix" anytime. 

So we hope you enjoyed the holiday with your family and friends, stay safe, and stop on in the office. 

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff