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A Brief Tour of Your Immune System

A Brief Tour of Your Immune System By Dr. Jonathon Chung For the past 10 years, I’ve spent my free time and creative energy learning and...

May, 2014 – 3D Mammography

Using conventional mammography, about 10 - 15% of women are called back for additional imaging. Tomosynthesis reduces the need for many of these call backs...

Why is Cranio-Facial Pain Worse than Everything Else?

Why is Cranio-Facial Pain Worse than Everything Else? By Dr. Jonathon Chung, Keystone Chiropractic Outline: Pain is weird Chronic head and face pain and suicidality Why...

Listening to Your Body Too Much?

By Dr. Jonathon Chung, Keystone Chiropractic The Downside of Listening to Your Body Too Much Historically...

Spinal Decompression

Ask the Docs Spinal Decompression By Dr. Randy Laurich of The Wellness Experience The DRX 9000 (Decompression Reduction Extraction) is a spinal decompression device designed to provide...

January, 2011 – Cholesterol: What Do The Numbers Mean?

Ask the Docs Cholesterol: What Do The Numbers Mean? By Heather Loguidice, ARNP   Let’s all let out a collective sigh of relief now that the holidays are...

December, 2013 – Heart Disease, the Number One Killer of Women

Heart disease has become the number one killer in women. Heart disease is a killer that strikes more women than men, and is more deadly than all forms of cancer combined.

September, 2015 – The Truth about Chiropractic

Well, the science behind chiropractic is documented with research and years of proof that when the nervous system functions better, the entire body functions better.

Wonder Twins

Ask the Docs Wonder Twins By Dr. Randy Laurich As the Holidays draw near, I seem to always reflect on my childhood and how I was influenced...

December, 2012 – Avoid Unnecessary Medical Tests that Involve Radiation Exposure

A study funded by the National Institute of Aging and published in the New England Journal of Medicine, shows that 66% of Americans underwent medical testing involving exposure to radiation in the prior two to three years.