Alter Chiropractic Blog

Better Way To Sleep

Better Way To Sleep by: Embrace Your Inner Wisdom Life is easier and less confusing when we embrace the simple truths that are inside of us already.  Chiropractors make use of this wisdom and work with the body to achieve results, both with chiropractic care and in life in general.  Take the way that our…

When You Feel Weak

When You Feel Weak by: Being weak isn’t just about a certain level of strength.  About not having big muscles, like Arnold Schwarzenegger, or NFL football players.  And it’s not about combat, like a tough UFC fighter, or a competitive collegiate wrestler. While those are all examples of strength, not being one of those things…

What DO You DO When You Are Feeling Good?

What DO You DO When You Are Feeling Good? by: A lesson you learn working in a chiropractic office is that people are motivated by pain. You have likely experienced this yourself. A problem arises, seems relatively minor, and gets no attention – until it gets worse, and worse, and worse, and DEMANDS your ATTENTION…

Too Much – How to Say Yes to More

Too Much – How to Say Yes to More by: People today are increasingly busy. We fill our days with tasks and events only to look back at the blur of activity and wonder what we really accomplished. So you are probably wondering how you could possibly say yes to yet another thing when your…

Kids Today Are Moving Less Than Ever

Kids Today Are Moving Less Than Ever by: And so is (nearly) everyone else. Between television, phone screen time, coding workshops, and wired school classrooms, many kids today are growing up sedentary. While at the same time, research has shown that we understand more than ever the benefits of movement for children’s development – For…

Good.

Good. by: Author Jocko Willink has a famous phrase: “Good.” The hardened Navy SEAL instructor and leadership professional uses a tough message when people have problems.  Even in his children’s books. Having trouble at school?  “Good.” Someone giving you a hard time?  “Good.” Can’t physically do what the other kids do? “Good.” How does this…