Children’s shoes, dry needling, and part 2 of Dr. Jordan’s “Move well and move often” are included in this month’s newsletter. Check it out below! If you have any questions about this newsletter, give us a call at 816.584.0413. Our receptionists would be happy to help you!
It’s Finally Summer! Please Welcome Our New Team Members! Lydia FlorenceParkhill ReceptionistLydia is the receptionist at our Parkhill office. She will be there full time to answer any of your questions and is very excited to meet all our patients! Lauren PierceLiberty ReceptionistLauren is the receptionist at our Liberty office part time. She’s excited to
Functional medicine takes your symptoms, medical history, and results from blood lab testing to create a plan of improvement that is individual to you, using dietary modifications and dietary supplements. The key is to figure out why you are having your symptoms or abnormal levels on your bloodwork results and to help bring your physiology
2018 ended in a whirlwind and 2019 is here. Have you thought about your resolutions for the new year? Are you someone that makes resolutions every year and never follows through with them? Or have you stopped making resolutions altogether because they are too daunting and seem impossible? I’m here to tell you that goals
I have spent the last 3 weeks trying to educate myself more on different concepts of motivation, which I hope will help me give you the best tips to avoid losing your motivation. I was hoping to stumble upon the holy grail of motivation. Big surprise—I didn’t. What I did find is that, in order
If you ask Timothy Pychyl, Ph.D., he would say it’s because of “cultural procrastination.” Dr. Pychyl states that when people are simply not ready to change their habits, they procrastinate—leading to a high rate of failure. I talked about this idea in my last blog, Stages of Change. If you haven’t read it yet, I
Resolution Season is fast approaching! It’s important to at least start thinking about your resolutions. If you are still “all talk” about change and just haven’t found your way, I encourage you to read this blog. Starting off, you have to be honest with yourself and ask yourself—“Which stage of change am I currently