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  • What Is Evidence-Based Care?
    A growing revolution in health care is a shift away from approaches that are not validated by research. Instead, scientists are urging health-care professionals to practice “evidence-based care,” or EBC. This Read more
  • Failed Back Surgery
    Do you know anyone who is considering back surgery? Dr. Peters urges you to ask him or her to get a second opinion from a doctor of chiropractic. Why? Back Read more
  • 10-Week Jump-Start Wellness Plan: Part Two
    Welcome to Part Two of Dr. Peters’s revolutionary wellness plan. If you’ve followed along with the first half of the program and completed each week’s challenges, you’ve undoubtedly noticed dramatic Read more
  • 10-Week Jump-Start Wellness Plan: Part One
    For the next 10 weeks, Dr. Peters will guide patients through a unique and highly effective approach to getting — and staying — healthy. Achieving optimal health is an ongoing Read more
  • Ten Reasons to Turn Off the TV
    You’ve heard it all before: Watching too much television is bad for your health. But have you really “tuned in” to the research or simply pressed your own virtual “mute Read more
  • Chiropractic for a Comfortable Pregnancy
    Low-back pain is one of the most common complaints Dr. Peters hears from pregnant patients. Over half of pregnant women experience back pain at some point — not a surprising Read more
  • The Fashionable Fig — Healthy and Hip
    Figs are the latest in-style, hip fruit gracing celebrity hot-spot restaurants from Los Angeles to Paris. But the fig won’t just make you hip — it can also make you Read more
  • Vertebral Subluxations Defined
    Dr. Peters is often asked by patients to explain what is meant by the term “vertebral subluxation.” A vertebral subluxation is an area in the spine where movement is restricted Read more
  • 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