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chiropractic
We recently had the pleasure of seeing a returning patient who had not received chiropractic treatment for 6 years.  She called because her neck gave out, although she felt it coming on for a while.  In fact, she said she was telling her husband for months that she needed to get back to see Dr....
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By Dr. Peter Holst Many chiropractic patients use chiropractic to simply reduce or eliminate their pain.  This is great, we love offering medication free relieve to pain!  But we also want to be sure our patients are experiencing all the benefits that chiropractic can offer. There is a difference between being a chiropractic patient, and...
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With 80% of the population experiencing back pain at some time in their lives, it should be no surprise that there are a number of injuries that can cause back pain.  For example: We can injure our back from lifting, pushing or pulling things. Motor vehicle accidents have also been known to initiate back and...
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When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, statistically speaking if you are like most, you may have already given up by now.  So…if you are still plugging along, you are succeeding.  Congratulations! While I am one of the fortunate ones who lost a boat-load of weight, it did not happen on my first try.  No...
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Three types of stress, mental, physical and chemical, have a cumulative and lasting effect on our spine, our nervous system, and our life.  Stress automatically begins a negative chain of events that effect our muscles, our nerves and our spine. It should be no surprise that every dimension of stress is dramatically increased throughout the...
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Helping You Find Wellness

Dr. Holst’s ultimate goal is for all of his patients to achieve wellness. Why is wellness better than simply “getting better?” Wellness is your optimal health. Dr. Holst’s over 30-year experience has enabled him to look deeply into determining the real cause of your pain. “I always take the time to fully explain my findings to you. We want to go beyond making you feel better, while being mindful of your time and individual concerns.”