Collins Road Chiropractic Newsletters
What DO You DO When You Are Feeling Good?
What DO You DO When You Are Feeling Good? 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 with…Read More
Too Much – How to Say Yes to More
Too Much – How to Say Yes to More By: Chiropractic is about bringing “more” into your life. The challenge is that these days it can be hard to bring more into your life… Without it breaking you down. Today there are more opportunities than ever. More exciting job and career options, ways to make…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
Are You Feeling Stuck?
Are You Feeling Stuck? By: One of the most challenging things in your body when you are feeling it struggle – are the emotions attached. One of those feelings is the feeling of being STUCK. Like Bill Murray in Groundhog Day. The same day, over and over again. The same alarm clock, the same responsibilities,…Read More
Finding Your Purpose
Finding Your Purpose By: One of the hottest topics for readers today is the idea of finding your purpose. Purpose being some idea or mission that you feel compelled to pursue, with passion and constant unending desire. It’s often described as a never-ending inner fire to pursue and accomplish something. Chiropractors often started their pursuit…Read More