Giving it your all.

This past Saturday the Osceola Chieftains played their hearts out in a tough loss to the Medford team. The kids took the loss tough but you know when you give it your all there is nothing to feel bad about. Tears were flowing by everyone after the game. It hurts to lose when you give it your all. The parents were incredibly supportive and came together as one for the team. This is a season that will not be forgotten. You can read all about my impressions of this years season in this weeks upcoming Valley Wire. It sure was fun helping keep these athletes healthy so they could play, and getting to know these kids is memorable.

Bryce Byl

I’m glad I’m not out east dealing with the hurricane issues. I’ve got a lot of friends out there and they are hunkered down and it sounds like the big one is really here. I remember the Halloween storm of 1991. That was the worst storm I’ve ever seen. I was snowed in for 3 days. The only way I could get around was on my cross country ski’s breaking trail. That was so much fun.

Here is a quick little summary for you as to some of the benefits you can recieve here at Edling Chiropractic.

1. Metabolic work for people who suffer form autoimmune conditions, fibromyalgia, diabetes, thyroid conditions, peripheral neuropathy, and a host of other metabolic condtions. I use lab testing along with specific nutrtional supplementation and diet that works wonders at getting your body to start healing itself. You don’t have to suffer any longer. We are having great success for witht these chronic conditions. You will not get better until you address underlying metabolism and start decreasing your toxic load in life.

2. Along with the metabolic side I’ve been studying my tail off doing functional neurology work. Basically this is to get the brain working at it’s best. If you have a metabolic conditon you also likely have a brain issue. Slowing down the degenerative process that our brain goes through is crucial for a healthy life. People with balance disorders, dizziness, migraines, disc problems, numbness, MS, tremors, RLS, insomnia, and a host of other neurologic dysfunctions can be helped immensly with specific neuro work to get your brain balanced and fucntioning like it should. Decreased function of your Central Nervous System will manifest itself in 4 ways. Abnormal movement, abnormal mental fucntion, abnormal sensory, and abnormal body contour. I see people everyday who can’t remember well, can’t sleep well, have numbness, tingling,pain, have balance problems, senses are off, and posture is terrible. These people can be helped. You have to address the brain. I find where the problem is and use adjustments and exercise to fix it.

3. Structural work. This is your traditional hands on Chiropractic adjusting. I find the area of your spine or extremity and adjust it to get the proper motion back in it. This effects you neurologically and structurally your body will move better and be able to adapt to the physical stresses better.

4. Non surgical spinal decompression. This works great if you have bulging or herniated discs, spinal stenosis, headaches, sciatica. I wish I would have had this when I went through my disc herniation. This is a life saver for many who suffer with back and neck pain.

5. Cold laser. I use this for all my aches and pains, and use it with a lot of my athletes and patients for various neuromuscloskeletal problems. I love it and so do my patients.

I put your case together and go over my best reccommendations for you. There is hope!!!!! Until next time, give it your all and if you or a loved one suffer with health challenge give me a jingle and lets get you back living life again. Dr. E p.s. Did you know that I am a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. I’ve been working with athletes for 25 years and as an athlete I know how important having Chiropractic care is to keeping you playing and preventing many injuries.

P.S.P.S. Big push for weight loss starting next week. This is the last one for 2012. Why wait until the first of the year.

Connor and Tommy rocking it.

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