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  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
    Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is one of the most common gastrointestinal disorders. It affects approximately 10 percent to 20 percent of the general population. Dr. Peters has gathered new information Read more
  • Shoulder Pain and the Spine
    Not surprisingly, shoulder pain can result from a bump, bruise or torn rotator cuff — a separation within the quadruple group of muscles encasing the shoulder joint. What may surprise Read more
  • Drug-Free Approaches to Headache Prevention
    Do you suffer from headaches? Dr. Peters wants you to know that relief is possible, without resorting to hazardous medications. Read on to learn winning all-natural solutions to head pain Read more
  • Easy Ways to Boost Your Child’s IQ
    Did you know there are several simple, healthy things parents can do to help make their kids smarter? Dr. Peters has compiled a sampling of recent research on how to Read more
  • What Is Ménière’s Disease?
    Ménière’s disease is a disorder of the inner ear, characterized by vertigo or dizziness, inner ear pressure, low-frequency hearing loss, tinnitus and nausea. Because attacks of vertigo appear suddenly, without Read more
  • Hydration: Key to Spinal Health And Overall Wellness
    Chances are you’re familiar with the admonition to drink an adequate supply of water. But do you know the science behind this advice? What exactly does water do for our Read more
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome & the Lesser Known Wrist Conditions That Mimic It
    Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) gets a lot of press as being the primary culprit behind wrist pain. But there are a number of other diseases, harmful habits, spinal conditions and Read more
  • Don’t Let Computer Use Be a Pain in the Neck
    Many people spend a large portion of their days sitting at a computer. And most of them aren’t doing it properly — causing significant pain and discomfort, especially in the Read more
  • Step Your Way to Better Health
    Maintaining a regular exercise schedule is daunting for many people. However, did you know that you may be able to significantly boost your fitness level through less formal activity? For Read more
  • Out of Sight, Out of Mind for Eating Healthy
    It’s 10 p.m. You’re sitting on the couch watching TV. The never-ending stream of commercials hawking fast-food joints and junk food has your mouth watering and your stomach rumbling. Your Read more
  • 10 Reasons Not to Miss Your Chiropractic Appointment
    Dr. Peters becomes concerned when patients miss their appointments because chiropractic care is — quite literally — a hands-on endeavor that requires full patient participation. The following are just 10 Read more
  • What Parents Need to Know About Outdoor Recreational Gear
    Summer fun used to involve little more than a ball, a bat and a sprinkler. Today, summer means everything from trampolines to skateboards, scooters and ATVs. All this gear might Read more
  • Natural Approaches to Menopause
    The symptoms of menopause — hot flashes, mood swings, depression, night sweats, to name a few — leave many women desperate for solutions. But searching for a solution these days Read more
  • Chiropractic Adjustments Benefit Joints in the Extremities
    Sure, you know that chiropractic alleviates dysfunction in the spine that may impede nervous system activity. And you know that chiropractic care wards off disability in the hips, back and Read more
  • Focus on Prevention This Father’s Day
    Father’s Day is a time to honor and celebrate fathers. It’s also a day for dads to consider what it means to be a father and how that responsibility can Read more
  • How to Develop a Wellness Attitude
    Many individuals define wellness as being physically fit, or as the absence of disease. These notions, however, do not capture the full meaning of wellness. Dr. Peters teaches patients that wellness Read more