April 2023 Newsletter

In this month’s newsletter:

  • Video: Thank You for 15 Years of Thrive Chiropractic!
  • We are Hiring!
  • Sat. 4/29: Free Stretching Class With Ryan and Pete
  • Podcast: Michael Singer with Tony Robbins
  • Recipe: 6 Homemade Paleo Friendly Salad Dressings

Video: Thank you for 15 Years!

Thank you for allowing me to serve you and your family and friends for 15 years. It is a great joy for me to help you live with greater health and vitality. 

We are Hiring: Part-Time Front Desk Position


We are looking for additional help at the office for our front desk assistant position. (Don’t worry, Shawna and Michelle are not going anywhere! We simply need more help!)

The specific hours and days of the week will be determined; hours could range from 7-12 hours per work week, split up between anywhere from 1-3 days per week.  We want the schedule to suit the needs of the new hire, Shawna and Michelle.

We are looking for someone who is friendly, enthusiastic, well organized, and wants to work in an upbeat environment focused on helping people be healthy.  


Dr. Pete and his team at Thrive Chiropractic have been serving the greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area for over fifteen years.  We serve all ages, from prenatal care, to infants, and all through adulthood.  Along with delivering excellent chiropractic care, we enjoy teaching the principles of healthy living. We work with our clients on wellness care, nutrition, exercise, sleep, and other lifestyle habits. 

Major Duties & Responsibilities of the Job:

– Answering phones and scheduling appointments.
– Taking payments and recording in software.
– Respond to multiple requests over the phone, through email, and text requests for appointment changes or additions.
– Scanning in patient forms and inputting data in software.
– Maintaining and organizing the necessary forms and paperwork for our clients.
– Attend and participate in weekly team meetings.
– Provide exceptional customer service to all clients through a focus on relationship, quality, and timeliness.

Most importantly, we are looking for a person with enthusiasm and desire to help create an environment where our clients feel welcome and inspired. There are many contributing factors to healing and health and having a team that helps with positivity, education, and energy is vital. The person in this position needs to be able to multi-task while maintaining a comfortable environment for clients. 

Minimum Qualifications:

Having an interest in health, healing, chiropractic
At least 3+ years experience in customer service.
Efficient with typing, data entry, and organization.
High school degree required.

Additional Preferred Skills:

Previous customer service experience in chiropractic / other health related field
Experience receiving chiropractic care
Experience with Eclipse software

If you are interested, please email [email protected] with “Front Desk Position” in the subject line. Please attach your resume to the email and let us know why you are interested in the position and why you would be a great fit!

Please let anyone know that you think would be interested. Thanks!

Stretching Class With Ryan and Pete


Stretching Class with Ryan MacMullen LMT and Pete Haggenjos DC

When: Saturday 4/29 from 12:30-1:30
Where: First floor of Thrive Chiropractic
***If the weather is nice, we will have the class in the backyard of the office!
Who: All ages and fitness levels welcome
Why: Ryan and Pete see common patterns in most people where tightness creates pain, dysfunction and poor posture. Learn how to help feel and be better!
Price: Free!

Any of you whom have met Ryan, (the massage therapist who joined our second floor some months ago), know that he is passionate about teaching corrective stretches and exercises to help with areas of pain and tightness. 

We hope you can join us!

Podcast: Michael Singer Joins Tony Robbins

Watch this Michael Singer interview with Tony Robbins about removing blocks and finding joy.

Or, listen to the podcast here.

As I listened, I was struck by Singer’s description of blockages in the body or resistance. He speaks about how this restricts our energy flow and health and joy.

Not surprisingly, many of these blocks are self inflicted. In the chiropractic world, we talk about thoughts, traumas and toxins being the mental/emotional, physical, and chemical causes of subluxation (misalignment in the spine and nervous system). In another translation, subluxation, sub-lux-ation means less – light – condition, or better put, a condition of less light in the body. 

Singer has strategies in the podcast to help us live with more light, more energy and more freedom. I think you will appreciate it!

Recipe of the Month: 6 Paleo Friendly Salad Dressings


Try these Paleo friendly salad dressing recipes!

It’s important to remember that most salad dressings have lower quality oils that increase inflammation and poor health. This article and chart from Dr Jockers explains more.