Benefits of Natural Medicine
People have practiced natural medicine for centuries. Before the advent of modern technology, doctors and their patients had to rely on natural techniques and herbal remedies to treat illnesses or heal injuries. Everything from the common cold to life-threatening conditions such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease have been purported to be successfully treated without the use of modern-day medical equipment.
Due to the widespread popularity and blatant dominance of modern medicine in Western society, natural medicine has received much criticism for being backwards and unreliable. Is there any wonder why the majority of medical students know just as much about herbal drugs as the general public?
Natural Medicine is Good for You
The healthcare system is structured in such a way that natural remedies are now widely perceived as inferior or something that people use when they cannot afford modern medicine. However, there have been many reported instances and a wealth of substantive data that prove exactly the opposite.
How Chiropractic Can Treat Anxiety
Anxiety can be a debilitating disorder that can be detrimental to everyday life. When it comes to anxiety, the first step is learning about the different types, the possible triggers and most importantly: how to treat it.
Types of Anxiety
If you have recently not felt like yourself, and think that maybe anxiety may be the reason behind this, it’s important to educate yourself on the different types of anxiety disorders. It is also important to know if anxiety runs in your family, as this may help you decipher which type you may be suffering from.
The different types of anxiety include:
- Panic Disorder
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Social Anxiety Disorder
Child Backpack Safety: It's Time to Lighten the Load
When you move your child's backpack after he or she drops it at the door, does it feel like it contains 40 pounds of rocks? Maybe you've noticed your child struggling to put it on, bending forward while carrying it, or complaining of tingling or numbness.
If you've been concerned about the effects that extra weight might have on your child's still-growing body, your instincts are correct. Heavy backpacks can cause a lot of problems for kids, like back and shoulder pain, and poor posture. Lawmakers in some states are beginning to push for legislation requiring school districts to lighten the load.
While we wait for solutions like digital textbooks to become widespread, there are things you can do to help prevent injury. While it's common these days to see children carrying as much as a quarter of their body weight, the American Chiropractic Association recommeds a backpack weigh no more than 5% to 10% of a child's weight.
Dr. Chuck as he is known by his patients, has been providing the latest in professional chiropractic solutions to the Everett and surrounding communities since 1986.
"I and my staff are dedicated to helping you achieve your wellness objectives by providing professional chiropractic solutions to target your unique needs"
EAMP, AP, East West RX
Susan is an Acupuncturist, herbalist and Preventive medicine specialist. Susan’s practice is Acupuncture, Oriental Medicine, integrative health using nutrition and herbology focusing on pain management, detoxification and chemical balance, infertility, allergy elimination and anti-aging nutrition using homeopathy, vitamins and herbs.
LAT, ATC, CPT
Mike Ballasch is an Athletic Trainer licensed in the state of Washington and certified by the Board of Certifications and has been practicing since 2017. Mike has a Post-Professional Master’s Degree in Athletic Training from A.T. Still University in Mesa, Arizona. While at ATSU, he was the Athletic Trainer for the men's & women’s soccer and baseball teams from 2017 to 2019. In addition, worked as an Athletic Trainer for Boeing employees and is happy to offer his services to clients of Stringer Chiropractic.
Stringer Chiropractic & Massage
Our office is open the following hours: (Please note: We are closed for lunch from 12 - 2pm each day).
- Monday: 9am - 7pm
- Tuesday: 6am - 5pm
- Wednesday: 9am - 7pm
- Thursday: 6am - 5pm
- Friday - Sunday: Closed
To schedule an appointment:
- by Phone: (425) 337-3462
- or fill in the quick Schedule form