Dr. Ben’s Story

Although the snowy weather may beg to differ… Spring is here! It’s time to unpack the golf clubs and hit the links (almost). The sun begins to shine longer in the day (hooray for vitamin D!), and the birds return from their winter-long hiatus. Spring is the season of rebirth, of life triumphing over the […]

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Antibiotics and Asthma-Allergies

This brief newsletter is a follow-up to our November edition in which we discussed young children and middle ear infections (otitis media). Chiropractors have been saying for years that the overuse of antibiotics is damaging to a child’s developing immune system, and a recent study has found exactly that. The study, which was published in […]

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Ear Infections

In my last newsletter, I covered how Chiropractic care is extremely important for children as well as adults. The feedback I received was excellent, but there was a prevailing theme: “we want more information.” So, in the coming months, I would like to take some time to explain how some common childhood ailments are specifically […]

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Children and Chiropractic

The newsletters are back from a lengthy absence, but not without a good reason. As some of you may already know, my wife and I (Dr. Dan) welcomed into our lives a little bundle of joy. On August 17th at 5:20 AM, our daughter, Havi Lia Myerowitz, came into this world. Weighing in at 7 […]

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

The year 2010 has brought new and exciting changes to the office. I (Dr. Dan) will be entering my second year in practice and as such, we have expanded to 9 treatment rooms (4 chiropractic, 5 acupuncture and oriental medicine), not including the dedicated therapy room. This expansion will also accommodate a third doctor (Benjamin […]

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Vaccines and Autism

Let’s talk a little bit about vaccines. I’ve had several requests from patients, family, and friends for more information on how vaccines may be contributing to the dramatic increase in neurologic conditions in our country’s youth (ADD/ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s, etc.). I’d like to preface this article with the following disclaimer: I am a Chiropractor, not […]

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Pregnancy and Newborns

This is a long one… With my wife and I expecting our first child, we’ve been thrust into a brave new world of “do you or don’t you?” While we are dead set in our beliefs to have a home birth, we’ve really come across some interesting information on how our culture views the whole […]

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