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  • Chiropractic Care for Scoliosis
    Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine. This condition affects about three to five of every 1,000 people and is most frequently seen in adolescent girls. Fortunately, most cases of scoliosis Read more
  • Why to Get a Chiropractic Evaluation After a Motor Vehicle Collision
    If you’ve ever been in a fender bender, you were probably more concerned about damage to your car than damage to your body. After all, the airbags didn’t deploy and you Read more
  • Spread Love & Kindness This Valentine’s Day
    Valentine’s Day fanfare — from the cards to the flowers and candy — all say “I care about you” to anyone close to our hearts. It’s obvious that supportive relationships — that Read more
  • Posture Perfect Pain Prevention
    Your posture is a reflection of the health of your spine and joints. Postural imbalances are often early “warning signs” of an impending pain-related condition. Dr. Peters focuses on prevention by encouraging Read more
  • How to Make Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick
    Shoot for the moon. If you miss, you’ll still reach the stars. Dream it, and you can be it. Obstacles are only visible when you lose sight of your goal. Sayings like these Read more
  • What Do Symptoms Really Mean? Part II: Internal Disorders
    As a proactive health-care provider, Dr. Peters doesn’t wait for the onset of symptoms to herald the presence of disease and skeletal misalignments. Why? Because doctors of chiropractic know what countless medical Read more
  • What Do Symptoms Really Mean? Part I: Spinal & Musculoskeletal Disorders
    Webster’s Dictionary defines the word “symptom” as “subjective evidence of disease or physical disturbance” or “something that indicates the existence of something else.” However, modern culture has strayed from this definition, instead of Read more
  • Vacation for the Health of It!
    Whether it’s a budget-friendly camping expedition to a local state park or an extravagant excursion to a sultry, tropical paradise, vacations are about more than just geography. They are about finding time Read more
  • Dangers of High Cholesterol Medications
    Statins (aka HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors) are a commonly prescribed medication for high cholesterol. A review study by Beatrice Golomb, M.D., Ph.D., and Marcella A. Evans, of UC San Diego and UC Read more
  • The Awesome Agave
    Our modern diet often comes up short on nutrition, which is renewing interest in ancient, traditional foods. Agave is the fashionable rediscovered food of the moment. But is this fashionable food all Read more
  • Building Bone Strength Naturally
    Osteoporosis is a disease that weakens bones, leaving them susceptible to fracture. In the US, about 8 million women and 2 million men have osteoporosis. Millions more have low bone mass Read more
  • Love Your Liver
    The liver is a marvel. This miraculous organ filters more than a liter of blood each minute and works to detoxify the body of common contaminants, such as cigarette smoke, Read more
  • Celebrate Without Stress
    “‘Tis the season to be jolly …” — and stressed. Unfortunately, the holiday season, with its overflowing to-do lists, often brings more stress than holiday cheer. The good news? Dr. Peters has Read more
  • 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