Welcome to the Fall 2009 Newsletter

Articles

  1. Allergies: Fight Back!
  2. 2010 Year-End Deductibles
  3. $20 New Patient Holiday Special
  4. 2 Tasty Fall Recipes
  5. 2010 Halloween Party
  6. The Anti-Inflammatory Diet
  7. Scoliosis; Get Your Bones Checked.
  8. Chiropractic ... Safe for Kids!
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Anti-Inflammatory Diet

Have extra weight you would like to loose?  Dread the extra pounds that you know are lurking for you this Holiday season?  Do you suffer from frequent achiness?  Sleep poorly?  Feel like you never get enough sleep? Find that stress effects you more than it should?  Well, take a number because that describes most United States Citizens.  But do you have to deal with this?  Take this short quiz to see if your problem may be due to a pro-inflammatory lifestyle. 

How do I know if my diet is "Pro-Inflammatory"?
It's easy.  Answer these questions:
1. Chronic pains? (including back, neck, muscle, head)
2. Overweight?
3. Hard to lose weight?
4. Fat around belly?
5. Don't exercise regularly?
6. Exercise makes me feel bad?
7. Difficulty recovering from exercise / strenuous work?
8. Physically lethargic?
9. Mentally lethargic? (Run down and/or depressed)
10. Look or feel older than my age?
11. Skin sagging?
12. Suffer from one or more of the following: [click here+]
13. Regularly take anti-inflammatory / pain medication?
14. Eat refined sugar+ regularly?
15. Regularly eat grains+?
16. Regularly eat partially hydrogenated oils (trans fats+)?
17. Regularly eat or cook with unhealthy oils+?
18. Eat grain-fed+ animal meats or eggs?
19. Regularly drink or eat dairy products?
20. Regular consume soy or soy products, or eat them in place of fruits and vegetables?

Okay, so here's the thing.  If you are trying to lose weight and can't, or if you have more than four "Yes" answers above, it's likely that you suffer from an inflamed lifestyle.  And maybe the reason your diets have been unsuccessful is because you haven't been addressing the correct issues.  If this is you and you want real help, please schedule a time to speak with Dr. Rice.  Treatments are very simple and include supplementation and easy diet eliminations.  Success can be dramatic, so we hope to hear from you if you are unhappy with your health and you answered a lot of yeses above.


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2010 Year Deductibles

Dear Patient:

Hopefully this newsletter finds you well and enjoying good health, especially with 2011 just around the corner. However, if you have had a potential chiropractic problem, now would be a good time to have it addressed, since youíve probably already met your deductible for this year.

You should also know that if you have not been in to see a doctor between January 1st through October 1st, 2009, many insurance companies will apply any money you spend this year toward next yearís deductible.

If you are in need of care and would like to save money, this would be a great time for you to stop by Shiloh Chiropractic to get your health problems corrected.

If we do not see you until next year, Shiloh Chiropractic and its staff wants to take this opportunity to wish you and your family a Great Holiday Season!


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New Patient Special / Holiday Fund

Anyone who donates $20 or more to the Shiloh Chiropractic Holiday Fund will receive:

Health History Consultation
Examination
X-Rays if Needed
Report of Findings Consultation
Normally up to $215
EXPIRES 31/Dec/2010



What is the Shiloh Chiropractic Holiday Fund?
For the past three years, Shiloh Chiropractic adopted families for the Holidays in order to bring family closeness and Holiday cheer to families who struggle to make ends meet. 

We are adopting families again this year - for Thanksgiving and Christmas - and we are asking for your help.  If any of your loved ones are in need of Chiropractic or need to improve their overall health, now is an excellent time to introduce them to our office.  Just have them schedule an appointment and mention your name and the 2010 Holiday Fund and we will honor this promotion for all.  We appreciate your help for this cause and so do the families who are in need this year.  For their $20 donation, they will receive a History, Consultation, Exam, X-Ray if needed and Report of Findings.  The money will be raised for our 2010 Holiday Fund and the families we are adopting are from the Local Violence Prevention Center.

Also, we are accepting all donations.  The more we get, the more families we can help.  We are accepting monetary donations as well.  Please call us if you have any questions!  Let's make someone's Holiday Season extra special!

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Two Tasty Fall Recipes

I hope you enjoy these tasty fall recipes that I've used in the past.  Remember - always make enough to share!  One of the fun parts of cooking is "perfecting" recipes then sharing your unique spins with your loved ones (and your favorite chiropractor).

Chicken and Potato Soup AllRecipes.com
Prep Time: 15 Minutes     Cook Time: 45 Minutes

Ingredients
2 tablespoons butter
2 1/2 pounds skinless, boneless chicken breast halves - diced
1 large onion, diced
6 medium potatoes, diced
1 (15 ounce) can carrots, drained
1 (10 ounce) can peas, drained
1 (11 ounce) can corn, drained
1 cup milk
2 cups water, or as needed
hot pepper sauce to taste
salt to taste
ground black pepper to taste

Directions
1. Melt the butter in a large pot over medium heat, and cook the chicken 10 minutes, or until evenly browned and juices run clear.

2. Mix the onion into pot with the chicken. Mix in potatoes, carrots, peas, and corn. Pour in milk an enough water to cover all ingredients. Season with hot sauce, salt, and pepper. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low, and continue cooking 30 minutes, stirring occasionally, until potatoes are tender.


Classic Chili AllRecipes.com

Prep Time: 10 Minutes      Cook Time: 1 hr. 50 min.

Ingredients
1 medium green pepper, chopped
2 medium onions, chopped
1/3 cup, finely chopped cilantro
1/2 cup chopped celery
1 tablespoon cooking oil
2 pounds ground beef
2 (28 ounce) cans tomatoes, undrained, cut up
1 (8 ounce) can tomato sauce
1 cup water
2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
1 tablespoon chili powder
1 teaspoon garlic powder
3 cloves garlic, finely chopped
1 teaspoon dried oregano
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
2 (16 ounce) cans kidney beans, rinsed and drained

Directions
In a Dutch oven or large soup kettle, sautť green pepper, onions and celery in oil until tender, about 5 minutes. Add ground beef and cook until browned; drain. Stir in tomatoes, tomato sauce, water, Worcestershire sauce and seasonings. Bring to a boil; reduce heat. Cover and simmer for 1-1/2 hours, stirring occasionally. Add kidney beans. Simmer, uncovered, 10 minutes longer.

Remember, one of the fun things about chili is all the variations!  Try these other unique ingredients: cooking sherry, chili peppers, chili greens, red pepper, hot sauce, basil, rosemary, thyme, fennel, curry, and mustard seed.  ALSO - tired of leftover chili?  Use it to make chili dogs or even better, get some Velveeta cheese and elbow pasta noodles and turn it in to Chili Mac!



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Halloween Party

Every year we try to have some sort of festive Halloween party and even though Halloween is falling on a Saturday this year, we are going to celebrate in our office on Friday the 30th of October, 2009.  Come in between 3:00-6:00PM to see the gang of Chiropractic Guys and Ghouls in our Costume Attire and help yourself to tricks and treats on the house.  Also, don't forget to check out the office for our contests.  This year we have more contests than ever including "Guess the weight of the giant pumpkin", "Guess how many candy corns" and Coloring contests for kids and MORE!  Stop in for the excitement!

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Anti-Inflammatory Diet

Have extra weight you would like to loose?  Dread the extra pounds that you know are lurking for you this Holiday season?  Do you suffer from frequent achiness?  Sleep poorly?  Feel like you never get enough sleep? Find that stress effects you more than it should?  Well, take a number because that describes most United States Citizens.  But do you have to deal with this?  Take this short quiz to see if your problem may be due to a pro-inflammatory lifestyle. 

How do I know if my diet is "Pro-Inflammatory"?
It's easy.  Answer these questions:
1. Chronic pains? (including back, neck, muscle, head)
2. Overweight?
3. Hard to lose weight?
4. Fat around belly?
5. Don't exercise regularly?
6. Exercise makes me feel bad?
7. Difficulty recovering from exercise / strenuous work?
8. Physically lethargic?
9. Mentally lethargic? (Run down and/or depressed)
10. Look or feel older than my age?
11. Skin sagging?
12. Suffer from one or more of the following: [click here+]
13. Regularly take anti-inflammatory / pain medication?
14. Eat refined sugar+ regularly?
15. Regularly eat grains+?
16. Regularly eat partially hydrogenated oils (trans fats+)?
17. Regularly eat or cook with unhealthy oils+?
18. Eat grain-fed+ animal meats or eggs?
19. Regularly drink or eat dairy products?
20. Regular consume soy or soy products, or eat them in place of fruits and vegetables?

Okay, so here's the thing.  If you are trying to lose weight and can't, or if you have more than four "Yes" answers above, it's likely that you suffer from an inflamed lifestyle.  And maybe the reason your diets have been unsuccessful is because you haven't been addressing the correct issues.  If this is you and you want real help, please schedule a time to speak with Dr. Rice.  Treatments are very simple and include supplementation and easy diet eliminations.  Success can be dramatic, so we hope to hear from you if you are unhappy with your health and you answered a lot of yeses above.

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Scoliosis: Get Your Bones Checked!


In the United States, October is National Chiropractic Month.  In the Chiropractic Profession, October is Posture-Awareness Month and in our office, the Condition of the Month is Scoliosis.
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Scoliosis is a sideways curving of the spine that often gets started in childhood, when bones of the spine are still growing. In many cases, the exact cause of scoliosis is unknown. It is thought that scoliosis is the result of a hereditary problem or an adaptation to some type of trauma, such as the birth process, or an injury such as falling off a bicycle. It usually starts with problems in the lower back or pelvis.

Scoliosis is detected by uneven shoulder heights, loss of structural balance, or a change in posture. If a spinal curve exists, this can result in pressure on the joints, discs, and nerves. Because spinal bones can continue to grow well into the early 20ís, if left uncorrected Scoliosis often worsens.

Early detection and chiropractic correction is important for optimum results.  If you have a little you at home and want to have them evaluated for scoliosis, take advantage of our "Get Your Bones Checked" Special.  This is a free spinal screening for children and is good until 12/Nov/10.


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Chiropractic ... Safe for Kids

Many of you have trusted our office in the treatment of your children.  When referring a child into a Chiropractic office, there are generally two big questions: Does my child actually need Chiropractic and Is Chiropractic safe and effective for children?  I am going to answer both questions starting with the need of Chiropractic.

Does my Child Actually Need Chiropractic
If you are a patient of mine, it's likely that you already know a lot about Chiropractic.  That is to say that you understand that Chiropractors don't actually cure anything as much as they just facilitate the body's natural and innate ability to heal itself.  We address stress and stress causes all diseases and pathology.  Chiropractic has been known to help with all sorts of childhood illnesses such as bedwetting, ADHD, asthma, earaches/infections, colic and many more.  That's because these conditions can be a result of, or complicated by, Subluxation (a misalignment of a bone that can cause irritation to the nervous system which generally leads to aberrant function and/or sensation such as pain). 

If your child suffers from a condition, trying Chiropractic can help you to prevent less conservative treatments such as medication and surgery.

If your child is condition-free, consider normal checkups by your Chiropractor to ensure they stay that way.  They have very active bodies and very active nervous systems.  A small problem (often undetectable) as a child may result in a larger-scale problem as an adult.

Is Chiropractic Safe and Effective for Children?
The answer is simple: yes and yes.  But don't take our word for it - there are hundreds or thousands of articles that support both safety and efficacy for Chiropractic in the treatment of children.  One recent research concludes just that..."Chiropractic Care for Children is Safe and Effective."  This article is concluded after research conducted by the ICPA (International Chiropractic Pediatric Association). 

The force it takes to adjust an infant or a child is very minor so the adjustments themselves are very gentle.  And because children's bones are more malleable, the adjustments are oftentimes more pronounced and more effective than in adults.

The September 2009 publication from Parents® Magazine indicates that more and more parents are bringing their children to Chiropractors more than ever.  It's my opinion that this is because more parents are looking for safer and simpler ways to keep their kids healthy, happy and safe!

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Words from the Wise

Written By Regina Brett, 90 years old, writer for ďThe Plain DealerĒ; Cleveland, Ohio
 
"To celebrate growing older, I once wrote the 45 lessons life taught me.
 It is the most-requested column I've ever written..
 
My odometer rolled over to 90 in August, so here is the column once more :
 
1. Life isn't fair, but it's still good.
 2. When in doubt, just take the next small step.
 3. Life is too short to waste time hating anyone.
 4. Your job won't take care of you when you are sick. Your friends and parents will. Stay in touch.
 5. Pay off your credit cards every month.
 6. You don't have to win every argument. Agree to disagree.
 7. Cry with someone. It's more healing than crying alone.
8. It's OK to get angry with God. He can take it.
9. Save for retirement starting with your first paycheck.
10. When it comes to chocolate, resistance is futile.
11. Make peace with your past so it won't screw up the present.
12. It's OK to let your children see you cry.
13. Don't compare your life to others. You have no idea what their journey is all about.
14. If a relationship has to be a secret, you shouldn't be in it.
15. Everything can change in the blink of an eye. But don't worry; God never blinks.
16. Take a deep breath. It calms the mind..
17. Get rid of anything that isn't useful, beautiful or joyful.
18. Whatever doesn't kill you really does make you stronger.
19. It's never too late to have a happy childhood. But the second one is up to you
and no one else
20. When it comes to going after what you love in life, don't take no for an answer.
21. Burn the candles, use the nice sheets, wear the fancy lingerie.. Don't save it for a special occasion. Today is special.
22. Over prepare, then go with the flow.
23. Be eccentric now. Don't wait for old age to wear purple.
24. The most important sex organ is the brain.
25. No one is in charge of your happiness but you.
26. Frame every so-called disaster with these words 'In five years, will this matter?'
27. Always choose life.
28. Forgive everyone everything.
29. What other people think of you is none of your business.
30. Time heals almost everything. Give time time.
31. However good or bad a situation is, it will change.
32. Don't take yourself so seriously. No one else
does.
33. Believe in miracles.
34. God loves you because of who God is, not because of anything you did or didn't do.
35. Don't audit life. Show up and make the most of it now.
36. Growing old beats the alternative -- dying young.
37. Your children get only one childhood.
38. All that truly matters in the end is that you loved.
39. Get outside every day. Miracles are waiting everywhere.
40. If we all threw our problems in a pile and saw everyone else's, we'd grab ours back.
41. Envy is a waste of time. You already have all you need.
42. The best is yet to come....
43. No matter how you feel, get up, dress up and show up.
44. Yield.
45. Life isn't tied with a bow, but it's still a gift." 



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Thyme to Wake Up and Smell the Rosemary

The basic concept of aromatherapy dates back to the ancient Egyptians, who used the essential oils of various plants to help treat and relieve the symptoms of various physical and mental problems. While there are about 300 different essential oils in common use today, you need only 10 for your own home-remedy kit:

Lavender: The most useful and important of the home remedy essential oils, lavender can be used to relieve stress-related problems, headaches, burns, insect stings and skin conditions.

Tea tree: Since it has antiseptic and antifungal properties, tea tree is helpful for skin problems, athleteís foot, burns, insect stings, cold sores, cystitis, yeast infections and respiratory problems.

Clove: Although the smell may remind you a bit of the dentistís office, clove is a valuable antiseptic thatís great for emergency treatment for a toothache.

Chamomile: Youíre probably already familiar with chamomileís relaxing properties. It can be used for tension headaches, an upset stomach, skin problems, and sore joints and muscles. Itís very mild so itís especially good for children.

Eucalyptus: Used mostly for coughs and colds, eucalyptus is also a good insect repellent.

Geranium: With its lemony scent, geranium is a nice addition to massage oil. It also helps relieve some skin problems.

Lemon: Like geranium, the lemon essential oil is good for skin problems. Itís also an effective appetite stimulant and blends well with almost any other essential oil.

Peppermint: This essential oil is a great scent to help keep you alert. Itís also good for upset stomachs and respiratory problems.

Rosemary: The properties in rosemary make it good for stomachaches, chest and nasal congestion, sore joints and muscles, and headaches.

Thyme: When used in very small amounts, thyme is helpful for minor skin infections and cuts.

óadapted from The Complete Idiotís Guide to Alternative Medicine, by Dr. Alan H. Pressman and Sheila Buff (Alpha Books)

That pretty much covers it, except Peppermint has so many more uses than the above.  I want to thank Kyla Rieger - our wonderful massage therapist - for the following additions:

Peppermint is anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, analgesic (pain-relieving), and helps curb appetite. Applying peppermint to the back of your neck helps cool down fever and hot flashes. Directly apply to sore muscles for cooling relief. Rub on abdomen to relieve stomach pains including excess gas. If the oil is known to be food-grade, peppermint may be dropped on the tongue to help relieve nausea, stomach pain, or sinus pressure, as well as to naturally freshen breath. A drop in purified water makes the water taste extra refreshing.

Fun fact: Dr. William N. Dember of the University of Cincinnati found that inhaling peppermint oil increased mental accuracy by 28%. (Don't get me started on the research that's been done on lemon oil!)


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Calendar of Events

for more information, visit our Online Calendar

10/6:
See us at the Fairgrounds for the Bridal Show (5-9PM)

10/16:
Boss' Day

10/23:
Office closing at 4PM today.

10/30:
Office Halloween Party
3-6 PM

11/1:
Fall Back, DST Ends.  Wind clock back one hour at 2:00AM today.

11/2:
Keri's Birthday

11/5:
Office Closed (Dr. Rice teaching at Logan)

11/13:
Office Closing at 12:00 - Doc and staff Continuing Education

11/18:
Suzanne's Birthday

11/26:
Happy Thanksgiving (Office Closed)

11/27:
Office Closed (Thanksgiving Break)

12/24:
Office Closed (Christmas Eve)

12/25:
Merry Christmas (Office Closed)

12/31
Office Opened as Normal (10AM-2PM)

1/1/10:
Happy New Year's Day
(Office Closed)

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Pumpkins Can Give You Gas!

It's true!  ...or, that is, at least in our office they do!  Come by the office and guess the weight of our giant pumpkin.  Come closest without going over and you can win a $50 gas card!  Guess how many candy corns there are in the glass pumpkin; if you're the closest without going over you'll win $25 in gas.  So, that's how pumpkins give you gas in our office.  You were wondering, weren't you? ;)  

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Welcome Home!

We would like to welcome the two latest additions to the Shiloh Chiropractic family! 

Welcome Keri!
Keri is our new Front Desk Chiropractic Assistant.

Welcome Lauri!
Lauri is our new Medical Assistant Student Intern from CALC Institute of Technology.

If you haven't met Keri and/or Lauri yet, please stop by to meet them today!

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Clarify Your Goals

Only 3 percent of adults actually write down their goals and work on them every day. Thatís why theyíre the top 3 percent. People with clear, written objectives accomplish much more in a shorter period of time than those who donít. Hereís a seven-step process to help you do the same:

Step 1: Identify what you want in all the areas of your lifeówork, family, special interests
and so on.

Step 2: Write down each item clearly and in detail.  Create a Vision Board!

Step 3
: Give yourself specific deadlines for each of the goals. If itís a big goal, break it down into smaller chunks with sub-deadlines.

Step 4
: Make a list of everything you have to do to achieve those goals. Add to the list as you think of more.

Step 5: Organize the items on the list according to logical sequence and priority. This is your plan.

Step 6: Do one thing to take action on the most important thing in your plan.

Step 7: Do at least one thing every day that moves you forward on one or two important goals.


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Fall Back

The Sunday of 11/1/09 is the end of Daylight Saving's Time.  It's appropriate to set your clock back at 2:00 AM on that day (or when you go to bed is fine).  That means you'll have a whole extra hour that you can do whatever you want.  Can I make a suggestion?  Why not have a family night?  Take the kids and go see a fun family movie.  Then go home and play some board games.  I suggest "Apples to Apples" or "Balderdash" if you're looking for a new game. 

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Holiday Stress

It's pretty much a given that almost everyone in the adult world will experience an increase of stress over the Holiday Season.

Remember these tips to help relive some of the symptoms of excess stress:

1. Be early.  Plan on arriving to all meetings and destinations 5-15 minutes early.  When the unforeseen happens, at least you've built in a time buffer.

2. Go to bed 15-30 minutes earlier.  Doing this gives your body some time to "unwind" after a long and/or stressful day.  Getting a nice restful night's sleep will help you cope with stress.  It also is a good time to catch up on some light reading.

3. Avoid fast foods and excess carbs (except for Thanksgiving - eat all the carbs you want on that day!)  The quality of fast food and excessive amounts of carbs will cause your body to run sluggishly.  That means less ability to deal with stress.

4. Drink plenty of water and take your vitamins.  Doing this will give your body the building blocks it needs to overcome the effects of stress.

5. Avoid Traffic!  Try to run errands and things of that nature during normal traffic time.  That is, if you can.  Sometimes traffic cannot be avoided.  In that case, simply try and listen to Classical music in the car to help relax (but NOT to fall asleep!).

6. Get some sun!  That's hard to do in the Winter, so take every opportunity to enjoy the sunlight when it's here.  Also, look into getting full-spectrum lighting for your home or at least your living-room.

7. Get Adjusted.  Make sure to maintain your health with your wellness visits at the office. 

8. Remember stress has three branches (a) emotional (b) chemical and (c) physical.  Try to address all areas for a well-balanced life this Holiday Season!

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History of Christmas Carols

It is unclear when the first carol was written but it is believed that circa 1350 to 1550 is the golden age of English carols and most of the carols followed the verse-refrain pattern.

During the 14th century carols became a popular religious song form. The theme often revolved around a saint, the Christ child or the Virgin Mary at times blending two languages such as English and Latin.

By the 15th century the carol was also considered as art music. During this time elaborate arrangements were made and carols were considered an important contribution to English medieval music. The Fayrfax Manuscript, a court songbook featuring carols, was written by the end of the 15th century. The songs were written for 3 or 4 voices and themes were mostly on the Passion of Christ.

By the 16th century though the popularity of carols faltered, almost disappearing entirely if not for the revival that happened by the middle of the 18th century. Most of the carols we know today were written during this period.

- From About.com

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Congratulations to Molly L. and Family
...the lucky winners of our Nintendo® Wii™ Give-a-way!  We had 20 wonderful referrals for the give-a-way.  We are definitely excited and will be doing more give-a-ways here to come!

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