This weeks blog is about fire cider. Fire cider is a popular tonic to help boost the immune system. It was first developed in 1978 by a herbalist and has since grown in popularity. There are many brands for sale. I included this months newsletter with a recipe on how to make such a tonic.
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I’m Dr Bill Schumacher. Thanks for visiting. Read articles about healthy living choices and the many benefits of chiropractic care. Get tips and insights on spinal care, injury prevention, nutrition and much more.
For example, do you know what causes headaches, neck and arm pain? Do you know how many movable vertebrae you have? Do you know the most common misconceptions people have about over-the-counter pain killers? I offer a wealth of information, some of which may surprise you, and who knows…maybe even help you live healthier and happier.
I found this fabulous 21 page PDF jampacked with information regarding workplace injuries, workplace safety, how work injuries can occur and how chiropractic care can aid in work related conditions. I found the information extremely informative.
This week's blog is for the brainiacs, pun intended. It deals with your brain's limbic system and how it controls the hypothalamus and all the glands in your endocrine system.
Our monthly newsletter talks about mattresses and how important it is to get a good night sleep. It also talks about finding the right pillow and how to know what size is right for you. I thought this was a great topic for a blog this month as well so I've included the PDF for you review.
Schumacher Chiropractic Clinic hours have been modified
This addition of my blog dovetails on the last blog involving the immune system. In this edition, I have included a PDF that talks about how the central nervous system influences the immune system and how science and research has redefined how we will address disease in the future.
This edition of my blog deals with strengthening your children's immune system.
I have a fun topic for this edition of my blog. Proprioception our sixth sense. About a year ago I was explaining some exercises to a retired college professor and used the term proprioception.