What Is Going On With Our Grandchildren

This article was first published on Starts at 60. You can read the article here.
Have you noticed that children today have more behavioral problems than ever? A friend of ours, a psychiatrist who deals with adolescents, told us that he sees so many “crazy” kids today compared to when he graduated. Looking back at my years in chiropractic practice, I never saw an autistic child in the early 1970’s and only occasionally was there a child with hyperactivity. That changed in the 1990’s, and the incidence of autism is going through the roof with each passing decade. Continue reading “What Is Going On With Our Grandchildren”

This new therapy for brain damage is mind-boggling!

Kim Kozelichki was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1996. She started developing the classic symptoms such as loss of balance, tremor, tingling and visual problems. Because of her condition she stopped being active––she was an athletic tennis player. She also had to walk with a cane as well as use a wheelchair.  Continue reading “This new therapy for brain damage is mind-boggling!”

Looking Back Fondly on The Memories

CCI23092014_2With so much attention today on Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, it is great to be able to look back, reminisce and REMEMBER. We all have those special memories in many areas of our lives, whether business or personal. Memories are not just about the good old days, but they are a way of reflecting how far you have come in your life. My chiropractic profession gave me the opportunity to meet thousands of patients over a span of 40 years. There were many situations and people that made it a very interesting and fun profession to be in, and I appreciate having those experiences. Continue reading “Looking Back Fondly on The Memories”