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    Hey everyone! Dr. Matt's wife, Ashley, here. I am looking forward to sharing my wellness journey with you on a regular basis! I believe we can all learn from each Read more
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    Almost ten years ago I was exposed to the concept of Chiropractic. I―like many people today―believed it to be a voodoo type of medicine. I was not by any means Read more
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    Food Diet Eating Lifestyle Junk Food Whole Food Fast Food Acidic/Alkaline Carbs and Proteins Calories Sugar Indulgence Portion Control The list of words that come to mind when I bring up a simple word like food is extensive. Here is just a Read more
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    Food Diet Eating Lifestyle Junk Food Whole Food Fast Food Acidic/Alkaline Carbs and Proteins Calories Sugar Indulgence Portion Control The list of words that come to mind when I bring up a simple word like food is extensive. Here is just a Read more
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    If any of my friends are reading this, keep in mind what a work in progress I really am. Cleaning and organizing things is not one of those attributes that Read more
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    I jumped right to the biggie when it comes to resolution topics: Fitness. The gyms are currently jam-packed with people who haven’t seen the inside in…I’d say about 11 and a Read more
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    He is very professional, and does a good job with adjustments, etc.
    He is also very caring, easy to talk to if you have a problem."
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