New things are happening at The Reddy Chiropractic Centre! Dr. Reddy is using a new technique called Koren Specific Technique, or KST.
It’s a new way of healing people that gets wonderful results, helps people heal faster than ever, and corrects long-standing problems that have gone undetected by other doctors. It deals with problems more completely and deeply than anything Reddy Chiropractic Centre has used before.
How is it different?
It’s a gentle, low-force procedure, where adjustments or corrections are often done while the patient is standing or sitting. KST is excellent for newborns, infants, the elderly and everyone in between. Children especially like its gentle approach. KST was developed by world-renowned chiropractor, author, educator and researcher, Tedd Koren, DC, after years of suffering with his own health issues. After developing this new procedure, he decided to test it on the most difficult patients in the world — chiropractors who were suffering. As Dr. Koren traveled throughout the USA and Canada teaching chiropractic seminars, he offered to adjust interested chiropractors with his new technique. The results amazed everyone and he was continuously asked to teach his new technique.
Dr. Reddy has recently studied with Dr. Koren at KST seminars. Doctors from all over the world attend Dr. Koren’s seminars to learn this revolutionary new procedure.
Interested in experiencing this breakthrough in healthcare? Join the others who have experienced life changing differences with Koren Specific Technique.
Call Dr. Reddy to make an appointment and discover why chiropractors call KST, ” The best adjustment of their life.”
Watch the Koren Specific Technique being used by chiropractor Anna Saylor:
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The blizzard that swept across Wisconsin brought six feet tall snow drifts– and hours upon hours of shoveling!
This snowfall had a mix of lighter wind-blown snow with a thick layer of wet and heavy snow on the bottom, the kind of snow that can make it extra tough on your back, especially if you find yourself doing all of the shoveling solo!
We found the following tips from the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors on the Basking Ridge Patch website about staying healthy while shoveling:
- Be prepared. Maintain your exercise program year-round.
- Listen to weather forecasts so you can rise early and have time to shovel before work; rushing the job can lead to injury.
- Wear layers of clothing to keep your muscles warm and flexible.
- Do some stretching before you grab the shovel.
- For big jobs use a motorized snow blower. If you shovel by hand, use a lightweight,
- Ergonomically-designed shovel to reduce back strain.
- When you do shovel, push the snow straight ahead. Don’t try to throw it; walk it to the snowbank. Avoid sudden twisting and turning motions.
- Bend your knees, to lift when shoveling. Let the muscles of your legs and arms do the work, not your back.
- Take frequent rest breaks to take the strain off your muscles. A fatigued body asks for injury.
- Stop if you feel chest pain, or get excessively tired or have shortness of breath. You may require immediate professional care.
- If you feel sore after shoveling, apply an ice bag to the affected area for 20 minutes, then take it off for a couple of hours. Repeat a couple of times each day over the next day or two.
So remember not to work yourself too hard and read the whole article by Linda Sadlouskos here!
What to do on days when your sidewalks look like this?
(photo taken by valkyrieh116, http://www.flickr.com/photos/valkyrieh116/4348519639/)
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