CHIROPRACTIC PROFESSION AND PATIENTS CELEBRATE FOUNDER’S DAY

Chiropractic’s famous first adjustment is recognized each year commemorating September 18th, 1895 as Chiropractic Founder’s Day. On this day, 118 years ago, Dr. Daniel David Palmer administered the first specific chiropractic adjustment on his patient, Harvey Lillard in Davenport, Iowa. Dr. D.D. Palmer delivered this historic first chiropractic adjustment with the specific intent of realigning […]

20 Years of Chiropractic Healthcare

Fuller Chiropractic opened in Woburn, MA, in April 1993, 20 years ago. During that time we have helped thousands of babies, children, and adults find relief of and conservative answers to various health problems, and many continue with years of wellness chiropractic adjustments.  Read some success stories here. The most inspiring moments are when someone […]

ObamaCare or RomneyCare: which is best for your health?

Answer: Neither! Neither plan will improve your health.   Neither plan will make a significant shift from the current “Disease Care” system to a “Health Care” system.  A Health Care system spends most of its time and resources on promoting and supporting health and wellness and disease prevention, not waiting for you to become ill before […]

If you wait for health care reform to save you, you could be dead!

Your health is up to you. Your medical doctor cannot eat healthy for you.  Your medical insurance company will not exercise for you.  Health care reform is not focusing on prevention. It’s simple.  According to the Harvard School of Public Health and the MD Anderson cancer center, approximately 75% of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and […]

The most important thing I will tell you about your Health

The Harvard School of Public Health’s website has this to say about disease prevention (2008): “So although the risk of most chronic diseases can’t be totally eliminated, it can still be significantly reduced. If everyone in the United States led a healthy lifestyle, 80 percent of the cases of heart disease and diabetes could be […]

Worldwide obesity epidemic risks a “tsunami of cardiovascular disease”

Image by Phil Gibbs via Flickr On February 4, 2011, Reuters news service ran an article1 stating that more than half a billion people are obese (that’s 1 in 10 adults worldwide). That’s, double the number from 1980. Obesity is linked to heart disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes, and other serious diseases. If obesity is […]