In this month’s newsletter:
- Office closing early for Labor Day Weekend
- Suzanne Singh joins our Office!
- Will You Get a Flu Shot This Year?
- Tony Robbins Podcast: Obsessions, Addictions and Compulsions
- Link Between Arthritis and Movement
- Past Newsletters Now Accessible on our Blog
- Essential Oils Class, September 16th, 11:00 AM
- Recipe of the Month: Slow Cooker Apple and Onion Pulled Pork
Closing Early Sept. 1st for Labor Day Weekend
On Friday, September 1st, the office will be open 8:30-12:30 for chiropractic visits but closed for the 3:00-5:30 shift. Regular hours resume on Wednesday September 6th.
Welcome Suzanne Singh to 2nd Floor of Thrive
We are pleased to announce that Suzanne Singh has joined us! She is already taking limited appointments and will be here in full force come October.
Suzanne is a very skilled addition to our team. I have received great A.R.T. and massage work work over the years with Suzanne and am so pleased she has joined us.
You can book online and read on for more from Suzanne:
I’m a licensed medical massage therapist, Whole Food Plant Based nutritional based coach and I guide you to pure, safe, beneficial products that support a (W)Holistic lifestyle.
My areas of expertise are ART, Active Release Technique©®, full body and nerve. Neuromuscular therapy, Myofascial Release, Muscle Energy Technique, along with other modalities that will compliment the work we do. My focus is sports & overuse injuries, post surgical rehab, chronic and acute soft tissue dysfunctions.
I allow my exploitative spirit to dive into unraveling the root cause of the issues in my client’s lives. I deliver custom tailored bodywork to reduce restrictions, tightness and pain, and Whole Food nutritional plans to support pain reduction, get you fit, healthy and strong!
In my off-time I’m a mom, life-long athlete, whole-foods fanatic, animal rescuer, and lover of belly laughs!
Visit my website (W)Holistic Approach to Living – Medical Massage Cincinnati to make an appointment medicalmassagecincinnati.com, call Suzanne at 513.827.0079 or email me at
Will you get a Flu Shot this Year?
You have probably started to see reminders to ‘get your flu shot’ at drug stores, groceries and medical offices.
Part of my job is to teach and share with you information that helps you make the best informed choices for your health.
Many of you have asked if I receive the annual flu shot. I do not. When I have questions about using or not using any medical intervention, I ask, “is it safe and is it effective?”
I believe the evidence shows it is not effective and not without health risks. Check out this article by Dr. Jockers as well as this info from Dr, Mercola. A recent study published in The Lancet shows that flu shots are not as effective as people are lead to believe.
“It is estimated that, annually, only about 2.7% of adults get type A or type B influenza in the first place. The study showed that the use of flu vaccines appear to drop this down to about 1.2%. This is a roughly 60% drop but that ignores the fact that the vaccine has no protective health benefits for 97.5% of adults.”
Tony Robbins Podcast: Is Your Phone A Problem?
In this episode of the Tony Robbins podcast, author and social sociologist Adam Alter discusses the ways people are addicted to their smart phones. Did you know that 75% of adults spend the majority of their day in reach of their phone?
Alter says our technology addiction limits our empathy and connections with others. In the podcast he also discusses how to become aware of your addictive behavior and the benefits of a technology detox and changing your usage of technology to better serve you.
Link Between Arthritis and Lack of Movement
A new study looked at 200 skeletons from 3 different time periods and found osteoarthritis in the knee has doubled in recent times. This is not, however, because humans have a longer life expectancy. Researcher Dr. Ian Wallace believes rates of osteoarthritis of the knee have increased because humans are moving less.
We know that traumatic injuries, sports injuries, and overuse are all causes of arthritis. However, this study suggests a significant portion of our population that suffers from knee osteoarthritis may be from moving too little rather than too much.
Past Newsletters Now Available on Thrive Website
Was there an article from a past newsletter you wanted to share with a friend? Or did you want to try a recipe but you deleted the email? Our past newsletters dating back to 2011 are now on the Thrive Chiropractic website. You can find them here or you can click the “Blog” link on the top of the homepage.
The next essential oils class will be presented by Laura Grace-Cox and Kristin Worley on September 16th at 11:00 AM. You can find all the information about the class and how to RSVP here. Contact Laura for more info:
Now that school has started, many people find it hard to make a healthy dinner on a limited time-frame. Dinnertime loses out to sports practices, meetings and homework. This Apple Onion Pulled Pork Recipe from Thank You Honey has minimal preparation and is cooked in a slower cooker. The recipe is Paleo and it takes advantage of the delicious fall apples that will soon be in season.