Category Archives: Ann Arbor

Working from Home During the COVID-19 Era

Many folks have been working from home over the past month and a half, and many of our favorite businesses have shut down.  Gyms, restaurants, movie theatres, schools, and daycares are the places we frequent the most.  Since we’re encouraged to leave our homes only for groceries and essential health services, most of us have…Continue Reading

Managing Chronic Pain During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As you know, Covid-19 is impacting our healthcare system and economy. The long term effects are unknown. As the number of cases rises, the healthcare system will be put to the test. Even though there will be an influx of Covid-19 patients into the hospital and clinical system, patients suffering from other conditions and injuries will…Continue Reading

As the Twig Bends So Grows the Tree

During a complimentary consultation I briefly discuss what normal and abnormal structure is and how it affects the function of our body. A prospective patient must be familiar with this to have a better understanding of their secondary condition(s) or symptoms. A question that may come up is, “how many people come into your office…Continue Reading

Cupping bruises to Help You Heal

The Rio Olympics wrapped up last month and these games haven’t disappointed. Many world and Olympic records were broken. Athletes of many nations competed, some becoming overnight house-hold names due to their amazing athleticism and record breaking completions. I always enjoy watching the Olympic games for just this reason, whether summer or winter, the camaraderie,…Continue Reading