What Else Can Chiropractic Do?

Greetings from Dr. Thorburn: In celebration of National Chiropractic Health Month, last week I explained how Chiropractic restores proper motion of the spinal bones which reduces nerve irritation, and how Chiropractors work on the other joints to restore normal movement. This week I thought I’d share about how Chiropractic can help with problems in specific

Chiropractic Can Do What?

Greetings from Dr. Thorburn: October is National Chiropractic Health Month —  horaaaayyyyyy!!! So it’s time to reveal the truth about Chiropractic. It’s a scientific fact that your brain, spinal cord and nerves control every single thing about your body-breathing, blood flow, digestion, energy level, all organ functions. So, if the nervous system is healthy, you

Patient Success Story: Combination of Chiropractic and Nutrition Leads to Greatly Improved Health, Quality of Life

Greetings from Dr. Thorburn: It’s always gratifying to see a patient make progress in their quest for health and wholeness. This particular patient has had great success with a combination of chiropractic and nutritional treatments. Read on to see how M.A. has improved over the past few months of seeking treatment at Thorburn Chiropractic and

Allergies and Inflammation Begin in the Gut

Greetings from Dr. Thorburn: With 70% of the immune system located in your digestive tract, the majority of illnesses begin in the gut with an autoimmune reaction that may progresses into systemic inflammation. Systemic inflammation can be linked to countless illnesses and even food allergies, environmental allergies, airborne allergies and more. The healthier your digestive

Irritable Bowel and Chiropractic?

Greetings from Dr. Thorburn: If you missed the free seminar we offered at our office a few weeks ago on irritable bowel, you missed a lot! Here’s some of the information we shared. Do you bloat after eating? Do you have constipation and/or diarrhea? Do you have a lot of gas? Are you uncomfortable in

How to Support Your Pancreas

Greetings from Dr. T: Most people don’t know very much about this very important organ, the pancreas. A healthy pancreas is essential to good digestion. The pancreas is a glandular organ in the digestive systems located in the abdominal cavity behind the stomach. It produces several important hormones, including insulin. For now, let’s address the

Six Steps for Better Digestion

Greetings from Dr. T: Did you know that over 70 percent of your immune system is in your digestive track? This makes healthy digestion a key element in your overall wellness. Here are six steps you can take for better digestive health: 1. Chew your food. Chewing your food well allows your saliva to start