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Philippines Tip: Sunday

We arrived in Manila last night at 11pm local time.  We woke up this morning, went to church, and then had lunch together.  After lunch, we took two local trains to a merchant area and then to The Church of the Black Nazarene.  It was terribly sad to see the [...]

BPA: What’s all the fuss about?

Bisphenol A, or BPA is an estrogenic (estrogen producing) compound found in polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins.  Things that are clear plastic typically will be made of these polycarbonates and contain BPA.  Examples include baby bottles (until recent regulations in some states), protective eyewear, plastic water bottles like the ones [...]

Hello Again!

Wow, is it really August already? Where has the time gone? Is anyone else in denial? A lot of great things are happening here at Lazar Spinal Care. Our office is growing! We now have 4 Chiropractors, 3 Assistants, a massage therapist and a marketing coordinator. We are fortunate to [...]

Resolution of Vertigo, Migraines and Neck Pain

Resolution of Vertigo, Migraines and Neck Pain in a 12 Year Old Boy Receiving Chiropractic Care – A Case Study Abstract Objective: This article describes and discusses changes in vertigo, migraine and neck pain symptoms in a 12 year old boy receiving chiropractic care. Clinical Features: A twelve year old [...]

Resolution of Nocturnal Enuresis and Vertebral Subluxation

Resolution of Nocturnal Enuresis and Vertebral Subluxation in a Pediatric Patient Undergoing Chiropractic Care: A Case Study & Review of the Literature Joel Alcantara, BSc, D.C. John E. Weisberg, D.C., FICPA Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health – Chiropractic – Volume 2010 Issue 4, Pages 143-149 Objective: To describe successful chiropractic care [...]

It’s OK

Why do we make such a big deal about stuff? Questions crowd our minds and squelch any clarity and solitude we have. Open it up, clean it out, de-clutter. I was recently (and am often) guilty of too many questions and mental gymnastics. As ironic as it seems, I often [...]