This is a common question and rightfully so. Summarized, I do not take insurance because I do not want insurance telling me what I can and cannot do for my practice members. In general, insurance companies are not focused on any preventative or wellness services. They were designed for quick, short-term symptom and disease care […]
The #1 thing you should look for in a chiropractor is someone who talks about your nervous system. If you go to your chiropractor just for pain relief, it’s like robbing a bank and only stealing the pens. Pain is the last sign of dysfunction so there is a lot more happening within your body […]
Birthing Rosie was the hardest thing I’ve ever done, but it was also the most rewarding. I labored for a total of 32 hours with 20 of those hours being active labor. I went in and out of transition 3 times — vomiting each time — but ended up bringing Rosie earth side peacefully on our bed. Here’s our story:
Our simple approach to natural + organic baby items includes tips for the registry process, what ingredients to avoid, what quality to look for in the items you source, and a comprehensive list of everything we’ve intentionally chosen for our baby from apparel to cribs and even diapers and more.
When I was 16 years old, I was prescribed intense pain medication that wouldn’t touch a toothache. I was evaluated for anything and everything that could cause this pain and nothing checked out. My parents and even my dentist at the time didn’t want me to have a root canal because I was so young […]
Chemical stress includes anything from too much alcohol, sugar, toxins and preservatives to breathing environmental pollutants. These toxins will upset body chemistry, disrupting the tone of both muscles and ligaments, resulting in subluxations. But unlike physical and emotional stress, we can avoid most exposure to chemical stressors.
I’m sharing the details behind how we eat organic on a budget, our food philosophy, meal planning — with a FREE template you can download (handwritten by me), our grocery list, meal prepping, our budget, some money saving tips, and our favorite recipes!
We like to be preventative in our lifestyles and proactive when our immune system shows us the slightest symptom. After all, those symptoms are simply our body’s way of communicating to let us know that our immune system is doing its job but could use a little support. Through the years, I’ve curated a “protocol” that we do in our home the second someone gets a sniffle.