The Chiropractic Center will be closed Saturday August 8th through August 15th.

We will reopen Monday August 17th.

Due to COVID-19 and recommendations from the CDC
patients will be seen for urgent and acute visits, by appointment only.
Please email  or send a message thru the website for an appointment time.

 Thank you for understanding while we try to navigate through this difficult time.
We will be updating the website with any changes.

There will be no drop in visits at this time.


To protect the safety of our patients,  staff and the community
please only come into the office if you have an appointment scheduled.

Control Your Breathing

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Relaxed breathing, also called diaphragmatic breathing, can help you relieve stress.

Have you ever noticed how you breathe when you're stressed? Stress typically causes rapid, shallow breathing. This kind of breathing sustains other aspects of the stress response, such as rapid heart rate and perspiration. If you can get control of your breathing, the spiraling effects of acute stress will automatically become less intense. Relaxed breathing, also called diaphragmatic breathing, can help you relieve stress.

Practice this basic technique twice daily, and whenever you feel tense. Follow these steps:

  • Inhale. With your mouth closed and your shoulders relaxed, inhale as slowly and deeply as you can to the count of six. As you do that, push your stomach out. Allow the air to fill your diaphragm.
  • Hold. Keep the air in your lungs as you slowly count to four.
  • Exhale. Release the air through your mouth as you slowly count to six.
  • Repeat. Complete the inhale-hold-exhale cycle three to five times.