Habitat for Humanity Fundraiser April 29th

Dr. Thomas Anderson Blog

HOME IS THE KEY Home construction Neighborhood revitalization International outreach Disaster Response Financial Education Did you know Habitat For Humanity is involved in so many aspects of helping families?  They not only build homes, they help build stability and security for families across the globe.  They build homes right here in our region for families who may not otherwise have …

Feed My Starving Children Fundraiser Extension

Dr. Thomas Anderson Blog

Thank you to everyone that was able to participate in our 12th Annual fundraiser for Feed My Starving Children on Saturday, November 5th.  You successfully contributed $1145!!  This equates to 5204 meals feeding 14 children one full year!  The donations were presented to Feed My Starving Children earlier this week with thankfulness that we have so many generous patients willing to support …

Support Feed My Starving Children

Dr. Thomas Anderson Blog

You’re receiving this newsletter because you subscribed to our mailing list.Not interested anymore? Unsubscribe from this newsletter. Having trouble viewing this email? View in your browser.    Feed My Starving Children Charity Day at Marty Chiro! Feed My Starving Children Charity Day! Saturday, November 5th  8am-12pm Help feed starving children worldwide with Marty Chiropractic! Our doctors, massage therapists and staff …

One Way to Eat Well on a Budget

Dr. Kristina Fruechtl Blog

Eating healthy doesn’t have to break the bank, but it’s very easy to spend a lot on a limited amount of food at certain health food stores.   Using coupons and buying in bulk can be helpful, as well as planning meals ahead of time and being creative with leftovers from one meal and transforming them to another meal.  Find …

Cupping: Olympic Hype or Effective Care?

Dr. Kristina Fruechtl Blog

So Michael Phelps broke the record for most individual gold medals at the Olympics. He now has won 13 throughout his Olympic career. This time, he’s also brought some attention to the ancient healing art of cupping. And he’s not the only one. The round deep red circles have been spotted (no pun intended) on other competing athletes as well. …

BACK to School and Posture

Dr. Kristina Fruechtl Blog

The new school year is almost here, which is bittersweet for some and a great relief for others.  As you go shopping for your child’s backpack and supplies, think about protecting the back and spine and how this might influence your purchase. Backpacks are often poorly worn and overly stuffed with heavy books and additional items. These are two great …

5 Tips to Protect Your Back

Dr. Kristina Fruechtl Blog

It’s the end of July, and there’s still a lot of summertime left to be enjoyed outside being active in the warmth before the school year starts and the weather changes to beautiful fall.  As you continue to be active, do it in a way that prevents injuries by following these tips as best as you can.   1. Bend with the …

What You Eat Affects Your Pain

Dr. Kristina Fruechtl Blog

Did you know that whether you eat an apple or a cookie can affect your pain?  Yes it can, because it influences the inflammatory state of the body.

5 Reasons Your Neck Could Be Sore

Dr. Kristina Fruechtl Blog

Neck pain is unfortunately common and well, painful.  When it’s sharp and intense, it usually limits range of motion and causes avoidance of positions and certain activities.  When it’s low grade pain and stiffness, it is usually ignored since it’s something most people can tune out of their mind.  But when pain doesn’t resolve on it’s own and especially when …