A New Purpose in Life

December 30th, 2017

My life changed after seeing a Cumming chiropractor for a back injury. I fell during a rock climbing session and had to rest while I healed. I’m the kind of person who is always on the go, so having to slow down and do nothing was a huge problem for me. In my spare time, I did various things to fill the void left by climbing. I bought some plants from a local nursery and started growing them. Over time, the plants started to become like my children. I would check on them, water them, and even talk to them, as if they could talk back to me.

As the plants grew, I began to become more enthralled with growing plants, and decided that I wanted to move up to something a little more challenging than the little house plants. I thought it would be pretty cool to have my own fruit tree that would give me something delicious to eat. Continue reading »


The Pain Remained After a Broken Ankle Healed

December 30th, 2017

I found myself asking friend and colleagues about San Francisco chiropractors after suffering from a weak and painful ankle. I broke the ankle on a jog about a year ago. That sort of stuff happens, and it was quite unpleasant, but I went through the typical go to the doctors and get fixed up route and everything seemed good. It wasn’t fun wearing a cast and then one of those big boots, but you do what you have to do to recover from an injury. I just wanted to get back on my feet as quickly as possible so I could get back to jogging.

After the boot came off, the doctors said I could resume running but that I should take it easy. I did. I didn’t even attempt to run for about a month, mostly due to some persistent weakness and pain in the ankle area that the doctors said should pass soon enough. When I finally did attempt a jog, I had to give up almost immediately due to a sensation that felt like my foot was going to fold up underneath me at any time. Continue reading »


Considering Traditional Chinese Medicine for Singapore Residents

December 28th, 2017

I am an expatriate and I have been living in Asia for the past two years. Since I have been here, the idea of only considering Western medicine when I am not feeling well has seemed a bit absurd. I am currently experiencing some issues with dizziness and nauseous and I believe trying traditional Chinese medicine for Singapore patients would be a great idea. The problem is finding a doctor that will ignore the fact that I am not medically trained and help me with this.

There is a doctor many of my fellow expatriates and I have seen since we have been here. He is very good at what he does, but at the same time, he scoffs at things that are different from what he learned in medical school. This is why I am trying to find someone else. Continue reading »


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