Scoliosis and hyperkyphosis has been difficult to manage in the past and my health professionals take a “wait and see” approach. That is not the best option with new technology in managing scoliosis and hyperkyphosis. Our clinic director outlines one of the new spinal traction strategies to help reduce scoliosis and hyperkyphosis in today’s corrective chiropractic offices.
Top 10 things people do to get and stay healthy in the summer In Kelowna we are blessed with the unofficial nickname, California North, when it comes to our weather. And this year is no exception. Now that we are…Read More
It’s the time of year where golf clubs are stored and skis are getting tuned. Many of us are patiently awaiting the mountain snowfalls so the lifts can start turning at our favourite local ski resorts. It doesn’t seem to…Read More
You won’t want to miss this webinar on correcting scoliosis This month Dr. Ken and I are going to tackle the myth that scoliosis can not be corrected. We are going to dedicate an entire webinar, several blog posts and…Read More
Every once in a while I get the opportunity to take over the care of a patient who has had chiropractic care since birth. It’s a real honour and usually they have a great story of how they were introduced…Read More
This week was a shock. I personally saw the contrast of an athlete who has had chiropractic care from birth compared to one without. This first x-ray you will see is of my oldest; 15 years old and involved in…Read More
2014 was a great year for longevity experts in Canada. The numbers were glowing[ref]http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/life-expectancy-in-canada-hits-80-for-men-84-for-women-1.2644355[/ref]. We are among the top in the world for longevity in both men and women. . . . Unfortunately, science can be misconstrued to produce the…Read More