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  • Above Down Inside Out
    Above Down Inside Out has been one of my favorite quotes in the Chiropractic world since starting Chiropractic school in 1988. As I chose the Fountainhead of Chiropractic, Palmer College Read more
  • 3,000 Mile Tune-Up
    The question often arises over and over again…Should I still continue to come for regular adjustments even if I don’t have pain?  Well, I am glad you asked. I would Read more
  • Stanley Steamer Had Two Great Falls
    As Stanley Steamer went out to get his paper as part of his daily routine, he did not see the black ice and fell, landing on his knee and hip. Read more
  • AutoAccidents and Recovery
    It sounds all too familiar. People are involved in all types of accidents, from minor fender benders to major collisions resulting in severe spinal whiplash injuries. In my 25 years of experience with auto accident victims, I’ve found that whether you were involved in an accident at 10 mph or 65 mph you can still have damage to your spine. Read more
  • ChiroKids
    KIDS’ HEALTH TODAY Our children see fruit roll ups and potato chips as sources of food. American teens consume 34 teaspoons of sugar a day leading to unhealthy weight gain, high Read more
  • Health & Recovery Tips From Dr. Joe
    Ice, Ice & More Ice Ice helps to reduce swelling, inflammation and pain. I recommend that you apply ice to your neck or back a minimum of 4-5 times a day Read more
  • How I Got Into Chiropractic
           This is the question that was answered early in my life.  My father, Stan, started going to Dr. Billmyre in Xenia, Ohio, when he was involved in Read more
  • Never Underestimate the Power of the Body
    Never Underestimate the Power of the Body Never underestimate the power of the body to be self-healing and self-regulating when there is no interference on the nervous system. Nature has the Read more
    So, Dr. Joe…What does your license plate mean? Well, this has been quite funny over the last 6 years, as it says INNATE. Since we have all different variations in Read more
  • Text Neck Syndrome
    We live in an age where almost every person (young and older) has a computer and a smartphone. On the average American spends 2.7 hours per day communicating and talking Read more
  • Totally Eclipsed
    The entire world stood (or sat, see Stewart) watching the Solar Eclipse on August 21, 2017. Around 2:30pm, we were all in awe about the power of the Sun, the Read more
  • 8 Things I Don't Let My Kids Do
    So many times, I am asked about some of the healthier habits that I have had on my kids over the years. Here is the "list of don’ts" because of Read more

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