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How do You Want to EXIT the Stay in Place Order?

Our Intention is for 2020 to be your healthiest year yet.

We do not guess about how healthy you are, we measure it. This year, in fact, we have stepped up our game once again and invested in even better technology to properly assess your nervous system. This system is on it’s way, and we expect it to help us continue to get the results your body deserves.
The reason we don’t go cheap with our technology, is simple:
To get results.


Of course this year has started off rocky..

It has been a stressful start to the year. This exactly why we have stepped up our game:

  • Stress causes increase consumption (food and/or alcohol).
  • This leads to poor sleep.
  • This lowers the immune system.
  • Your ability to adapt to stress is, in a big part, part of your immune system.

So, what can we do?

  • Get real data on how your nervous system is working.
  • Get the problem corrected with an adjustment performed precisely.
  • See the results of this care in your energy, your quality sleep, and the strength and increased ability to adapt to stress.
  • Do what it takes to hold the adjustment:
    • stretch
    • exercise
    • eat well
    • think well

Schedule here.

Potential limited

How healthy can one be?

This is a question that you answer for yourself constantly, without even knowing. You answer this when:
-you settle for a cough that lasts 2 weeks.
-you can’t turn your head to the right when trying to back out the parking spot, so you just resort to your mirrors, and or backup cameras.
-you noticed your pants are a little tighter than they use to be, and you blame it on the fabric shrinking….then you notice it is also happening to that other pair of pants, and you don’t do anything about it.
-you can’t even think of running a mile, when you use to do 5 miles like it was no big deal.

So, have you given into the the lower levels of health, choking it up to, “Guess I’m getting older.”? Don’t give up on your potential for higher levels of health. Just because your friends are getting slower, doesn’t mean that it is natural or normal to do so.

Matthew M Mix, DC