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Balance

Life is always about balance. It is certainly about having ‘enough’, but that isn’t usually the problem. The problems come when what you have, what you are , is unbalanced. Organization is critical to life, and a breakdown in the relationship between...

Pain Is a Small Piece of the Story

Michael Thomas, DC Each day I hear similar stories from my patients. I began to hurt two days ago, one might say. Others say, I have been feeling foggy in my head for a couple of weeks but the pain just started yesterday. Chiropractic has come to be associated with...

A Precious Jewel In Our Midst

Michael Thomas, DC Folks come into the office for some particular reason. They have neck pain or low back pain, sciatica or dizziness. If they are new to the office, they have heard that chiropractors can help these problems, or that I helped someone they know with a...

The Moment of Adjustment

Autonomic Modulation and the Tensegral Array Michael Thomas D.C. (Note: this paper was published in the April 2013 newsletter for Quantum Spinal Mechanics) We have done a fairly good job of explaining what goes on up to the point of the performance of the adjustment...

Injuries and Alignment

Michael Thomas, DC My wife Lexi, fell and hurt her knee recently. The next day, after walking on it around campus at school (she is finishing up a mathematics degree at the University of Florida this term), the two of us piled into the car for a trip to Atlanta. I was...

No Place Like Home

Michael Thomas, DC When Dorothy clicked her heels together in the The Wizard of Oz, she fervently wished to go home again. There is no place like home, she repeated. Many of us feel a relief when we get home from our days activities and feel comfort in being back...

Health Care or Disease Care?

Michael Thomas, DC Keeping oil in your car’s engine is easier than rebuilding a blown engine. In the same way, staying balanced, staying in adjustment is easier on your life than waiting until you have an acute problem. Most people will tell me that they knew they...

The Glass is Half Full

Michael Thomas, DC How much does our attitude change our health? We have come to accept that we must drink enough water, eat various nutritious foods, get enough sleep, get off the couch a few times a week and move about if we want to be healthy. So how much does our...

Healthcare Choices

Michael D. Thomas, DC You receive this newsletter because you are a patient in my office or because you have an interest in this method of healthcare. Less than 8% of people go to Chiropractors in the US so you are not an average person! Whether you made us your first...

Tipping Point

I want to lay out a concept for you that helps to explain the power of the adjustment in your life. I’ll try not to get too complicated, but I need to paint a picture that isn’t yet discussed much in our society. I will work to give you a perspective that...

Being “In” Adjustment

Michael Thomas, DC People often ask me, “When should I come back?” This is a fair question and an important one. Some people only return to the office when life has become too difficult again. “”Doc, that pain has returned and I can’t...

How Are You?

How are you? It’s a question that we ask others when we first greet them, and we in turn are asked many times a day. “Oh fine”, is a common answer. “Okay.”, is another. We know that most people don’t really want to know how you...

In Tune

  When a musician picks up a guitar, he or she first checks the tuning before beginning to play a song. Each string must be properly taut, and more, they must be in proper tension with all the other strings. This is because the strings resonate with each other....

Happy New Year

“What is to give light must endure burning.” Viktor Frankl The winter solstice signals the yearly extreme of the darkness of night as well as the minimum of day. From this point in the calendar, the light of day will now grow with each revolution of the...