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Ron BrowerI became acquainted with Salmon River Chiropractic at the Farmer’s Market in July.   I knew I had some physical problems; I worked in the construction industry for 30 years and had suffered from more than a ‘few’ mishaps. When I arrived for my appointment, I was further examined, x-rays were taken, and after discussion with Dr. Ingwersen, a treatment plan was set up.  Dr. Ingwersen made it a point to tell me that he could not help me if I didn’t keep my schedule and attend every appointment.  Since I have started getting adjusted and sticking to my schedule, I have greater health and well-being as well as a better range of motion.                                                          ~Ron B.
2013-10-09T16:00:10+00:00
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I became acquainted with Salmon River Chiropractic at the Farmer’s Market in July.   I knew I had some physical problems; I worked in the construction industry for 30 years and had suffered from more than a ‘few’ mishaps. When I arrived for my appointment, I was further examined, x-rays were taken, and after discussion with Dr. Ingwersen, View Full →
2013-10-09T16:00:10+00:00
I became acquainted with Salmon River Chiropractic at the Farmer’s Market in July.   I knew I had some physical problems; I worked in the construction industry for 30 years and had suffered from more than a ‘few’ mishaps. When I arrived for my appointment, I was further examined, x-rays were taken, and after discussion with Dr. Ingwersen, View Full →
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Long term stress can have detrimental effects on our physiology which even includes decreased function of our immune system.

This is why most students will get sick during or right before finals week; it's the result of too much added stress. Of course, the majority of our physiology is a reflection of how we "perceive" our environment.

Most people waste their time today worrying about circumstances that we honestly have no control over. Our worst enemy is our own MIND. This is why you have to be proactive when it comes to maintaining homeostasis in your body and find healthy ways to better adapt to the so called "stressful" environment.

Exercise + eating a diet consisting of healthy fats, veggies and proteins + regular #chiropracticadjustments + #massage + meditation + #yoga + positive #affirmations are just a few different things you can add to your daily/weekly routine to help your body better adapt to your environment, however you perceive it!

#stress #stopblamingyourgenes #environment #perception #beyourbest #brucelipton #biology #physiology #educateyourself
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