Category Archives: Resources

It’s flu season, don’t forget your chiropractic adjustments!

Facts about chiropractic and flu, compiled here by Dr. Dan Murphy, DC.

Advanced protocols for TMJ pain

TMJ anatomy

TMJ is short for the temporomandibular joint, a two-sided synovial joint that allows the jaw to open and close smoothly.  Sometimes after extended dental work, or because of injury or chronic teeth grinding, people will have pain or “clicking” that prevents this joint from functioning properly.  I often assess and treat this complaint here at…

“Chiropractic care is pioneering the wellness movement”.

This is an article worth reading!  Find out how regular chiropractic care is a fundamental part of creating a healthy lifestyle for the whole family.  (Hint: it’s not about back pain!)

10 Ways to Prepare A Mom for a Great Birth (well, actually, 11!)


Check this link for 10 really nice ways to make a mom-to-be feel safe and empowered.  They list 10 easy ways, but the 11th is, of course: get adjusted regularly by your Webster Technique certified chiropractor!

Chiropractic Resource Website

The ICPA is a great resource for current research articles pertaining to wellness and pregnancy care.  Find the ICPA here»