It seems I always take the path less traveled. Half way through college I switched my major from Pre-Med to English, Education, and Religion only to find myself back in chiropractic school a few years later. The word “doctor” is derived from the Latin, docco, which means “to teach,” so perhaps the paths were truly one in the same. In my life and practice, they have merged profoundly, creating The Cura Convergence.Read More
There are certain pursuits that propel a person forward.
A Passion. A Purpose. A Drive. A Calling.Read More
There is a lot of controversy around vaccinations. There is a tendency to create separation and “camps.”Read More
People say that time heals all wounds.
Seven years is a lot of time.
Some days it doesn’t matter.
Some days I just miss her.Read More
Transitions are not always easy.
When the storms hit
When the winds blow
When the waves crash
And it’s intenseRead More
We dress her up. We pin her up. We touch her up.
We expect a poster, a magazine spread.
We expect a woman not to age. Not to change.Read More
When it comes to running or biking, my uncle is all-knowing. At least, I think so. He turned me on to The Chi of Running.Read More
Unfortunately, not all health practitioners present birth control measures objectively.Read More
Birth Control is widely used to help regulate a cycle, eliminate acne, reduce painful periods, help prevent against pregnancy or to eliminate a cycle all together. A common misconception about birth control lies in thinking that it actually regulates hormones, which it does not. Rather, birth control suppresses your hormones, eventually turing OFF your hormone production.Read More
There are Birds. There are Bees. And then there are discussions about the birds and the bees. And some parents (and children) DREAD this discussion. And some parents never have this discussion with their children. And that is a tragedy...Read More