Mars’ reaction to his first adjustment was a surprise to me.
After seeing his x-rays and understanding his limited motion in his back, clicking and weakness was coming from the spine, he agreed to get adjusted for the first time.
His wife had also agreed to get adjusted, after understanding the x-rays showed the cause of her neck and upper back pain.
She went first, and Mars freaked out by running out of the room.
Then it was his turn, Mars’ wife agreed to film it to see how it turned out. And glad we did.
Someone’s first chiropractic adjustment always excites me. Because you never know what your going to get as a reaction. And because we will only do the adjustment if it can give a person a relief, we feel confident when I perform this action.
As you can see in the video, Mars’s reaction goes from fear, anxiety, a bit of profanity, screaming and then smiling from release.
Performing an x-ray analysis first, then we can know where to cause a chiropractor adjustment that can benefit the patient.
Euclid Chiropractic chooses to us modern technology to promote health. This allows us to share our knowledge as chiropractors and local health experts to keep our community healthy. And we practice what we preach by helping people in technology stay healthy with the simple exercises in this interview.
Also check out his upcoming workshop on Nov. 8th->
Highlights (podcast times):
(2:50) Why I became a Chiropractor, and how are we different.
(5:20) Early signs to see a Chiropractor; sitting posture checklist. –Video
(10:10) How motions keeps you healthy.
(13:15) Improving your standing posture & strength.-Video
(15:45) Why Euclid Chiropractic stays techie.
(18:30) We practice and preach good health habits.
(20:45) The secret science how motion keeps your full body and mind healthy.
(26:00) How our Crooked Spine Show podcast benefits our community’s health.
(29:00) Staying healthy in tech.
(31:45) Save $ by staying healthy.
(36:50) Dr. Tony’s wrap.
Staying healthy if your work requires prolonged sitting and/or looking at a screen is possible if you routinely/daily take specific steps to stay healthy and strong. Dr. Tony on F.Y.I. LIVE gives the steps and how the science works. Then living a healthy life and working hard can both happen for you.
These exercises you can do in your bed, seated or standing. Using a ball or water bottle with the exercises helps circulation and motion. Do them daily to get the long-term benefit. Then experience improved balance, less chance of falling and injury.
(2:35) How to stimulate blood flow and nerves w/ exercises.
(4:50) Lying down and using a ball to exercise feet.
(7:50) My stretching routine and why.
(12:50) Sheryl’s story of improved balance/strength.
(17:00) Sitting up and stimulating your feet with this exercise.
(19:20) Foot stretching/leg strengthening sitting down exercise.
(23:00) Standing position and rolling ball under foot-strength, balance.
(26:00) Improve balance and strength-eyes closed, walking backwards.
(40:10) Dr. Tony’s wrap.
Exercising when you first wake up and in bed can help you wake up your body. Blood circulation and joint motion help you start your day relaxed and strong. Build a daily routine to enjoy the benefits of better balance, strength and overall healthy body and mind.
These coaches understand the big picture of coaching soccer. Ages 3 and up learn the physical skills, and more importantly how to work with others and deal with defeat. Having kids go through the CB3 training at the Upland Sports Arena make them better people, then soccer players.
Contact and connect with Upland Sports Arena:
1721 W 11th St
(6:50) Learning on/off the field; parent’s feedback.
(9:40) Specialized CB3 training; kids to the pros.
(13:50) Different training for each age group.
(17:15) When outside training can improve your skills.
(19:10) #1 thing sets you apart from other soccer players.
(20:10) College coaches want you to know this.
Learning a sport should have multiple benefits as a child. Upland Sports Arena provide this through soccer. If you decide to play pursue playing soccer at a college level or beyond is up to you, but you have the life skills to work hard and enjoy a healthy and happy life.