1. Avoiding Sports Injuries, Part One

    With summer upon us, many people will find themselves anxious to hit the field and partake in some of their favorite summer sports. While being active is key to having a healthy lifestyle, sports injuries are incredibly common and can turn a summer of fun into a summer of sitting on the bench. With …Read More

  2. The Root Causes of Thyroid Disorders

    By Gabriel Ariciu, DC The prevalence of thyroid disorders in the nation are increasing. It is estimated that 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease, some say it is higher than that. Many are unaware that they have a problem. They think what they feel is “normal.” Women are much m…Read More

  3. Tire Flipping Phenomena

    At the heart of our practice is individuals with pains: sometimes its back pain or neck pain, sometimes they woke up with it, sometimes they have had it for years, and sometimes it is due to a specific injury. Through the process of identifying and correcting the cause we find factors that must be a…Read More

  4. A True Thyroid Problem

    By Dr. Orie Quinn Before I ever met my wife, she was diagnosed with hypothyroidism. She started up on Levothyroxine. Her symptoms of being too tired, getting headaches, feeling like she had no energy to do what she wanted, and changes in weight improved some and only for a period of time. In Chiropr…Read More

  5. Frequently Treated: Pains and Injuries

    by Orie Quinn, DC Any type of pain that you experience throughout your day: it can be ongoing or acute. This can be pain in the back and spine brought on by strains, sprains, or even disc pains,or any joint or muscle o f the body: knee, ankle, elbow, wrist, hip, shoulder, etc.… Importance of hist…Read More

  6. Frequently Treated: Thyroid

    by Orie Quinn, DC Thyroid imbalances have a list of symptoms: low energy, weight gain, can’t lose weight, hair lose, difficulty waking, fatigue (most often described as an inner exhaustion), anxiety, dry skin, unpredictable bowels, consistently feeling cold, and many others Importance of history: …Read More

  7. Frequently Treated: Gallbladder

    by Orie Quinn, DC Symptoms: The typical symptoms of a gallbladder problem are pains in the upper right abdominal quadrant that will often get worse when you eat. In my office the biggest sign that I have seen, and what usually helps me find a gallbladder problem early on, is rather sharp right shoul…Read More

  8. A Case of Lyme Disease

    by Orie Quinn, DC While I went to school to become a Chiropractor in Dallas at Parker University, my training with Applied Kinesiology and how to really work with and help clients came from time spent with Dr. John Bandy in Austin Texas. So often I have had cases come into the office that should be …Read More