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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Concerning the Pope's Visit...

Very exciting time ahead for Philadelphia and its surrounding suburbs as the Pope's visit is upon us. It's been amazing seeing the planning that has been going on lo these past months; traffic planning, bridge planning, transportation issues, etc. These plans have needed to be put in place due to the massive amount of people that want to be apart of this amazing event. 

These masses will be coming to Philadelphia to take advantage of this opportunity to see, or be near, and to hear this holy man and what he has to say to assist in helping this Earth be a better place. 

And so it made me think, sadly though, of the masses of people with chronic pain in their body who do not take advantage of chiropractic care and the help it can give to change a persons life and to add to the quality of that life. 

Their are literally millions of people who live with their chronic pain that take massive amounts of over the counter or prescribed medication as well as have no concept of the potential of chiropractic.

So, I urge the masses, call up the office. Make it a point to sit down and talk about what ails you and give your body a chance to get rid of the pain you have lived with for many years. You owe that to yourself and Resnick Chiropractic is always here to help.

God Bless everyone. Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Our Labours Effect our Bodies...

First of all, I can't possibly believe Labor Day weekend is upon us. Is the summer really over or am I dreaming? I hope the summer was fun and safe for you and all of your families. 

Just to remind ya'll that as I've said in the past, our daily activities/things we do repeatedly day after day are the number one causes of our spinal difficulties. It has been that way for 1,000's of years. So just to remind you:

1- If your job is sitting at a desk all day, check your ergonomics- make sure you sit up straight, make sure your work station is properly set up for maximizing posture, don't sit for more then 45 minutes, get up and stretch, etc.
2- If you are a laborer and work in construction/contracting/etc. make sure you wear knee pads when working with equipment, use a step stool for less strain on the back.
3- If you are a business man/woman and travel a lot- stop and stretch when you can, bring a pillow on flights to cause less strain on your neck.
4- If you are a housewife/house husband, remember to use your knees when bending no matter how much something weighs. If you are cleaning your house make sure you break it up to not do one thing for too long of a time.

This is just a friendly reminder to re-iterate to think of these things during our daily work. Our work and the repetition of it is a major factor for spinal issues. Again, have a joyous and safe Labor Day and best of luck with going back to school for everyone. 

Yours in good health,

Dr. Ray and Staff