The office is running as long as Metrobus is running and Now Metrobus is slowing it down. The office will be closed this afternoon and evening. Feel free to email the doctor and take care with shoveling. Practice proper form when throwing snow balls!
Dr. Bazley will be out of the office from December 23rd thru January 1st. She will be back in the office on Tuesday January 2nd. Feel free to use ZocDoc to schedule for 2018. Happy New Year!
For decades chiropractors call that sound of cracking your knuckles or joints a cavitation which is a mechanical event. Actually, the correct term is tribonucleation, which is also a mechanical phenomenon. There is wear and tear in cavitation which is not seen in tribonucleation. Clinically, being able to produce those sounds is not a sign […]
This video is a few years years old but I hope answers some basic questions about myself a chiropractic professional.
Dr. Bazley has recently obtained the postgraduate designation of Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician® (CCSP®) by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians™ (ACBSP™). The CCSP® certification requires the doctor to attend a minimum of 100 hours of a 120 hour postgraduate program. This instruction is specific to physical fitness and the evaluation and treatment of […]
For my patients in northeast, I will no longer be accepting new patients at the Therapeutic Sessions office as of December 2nd AND no longer seeing patients at Therapeutic Sessions (1039 Bladensburg Rd NE) as of December 31st. Therapeutic Sessions will be relocating in February and March but I won’t be joining them at the […]
The office will be closed: December 10th, December 25th, December 26th as well as January 2nd. Happy Holidays! Dr. Bazley
I will be out of the office from Tuesday, September 6th thru Friday, September 9th and I’ll be seeing patients Saturday, September 10th. Thanks for your understanding. If you need a recommendation for a chiropractor while I’m gone feel free to email me.
A common recommendation is to use ice/cold therapy for the first 48 hours after an injury. That means you that you more than likely remember the event that lead to your specific pain, like stepping off the curb wrong, trying to lift something to heavy, a motor vehicle collision and so on. Waking up with pain […]
Thank you to my patients, the staff and Therapeutic Sessions and my colleagues who were very supportive and understanding when my maternal grandmother passed. I was able to get out to the west coast quickly to spend time with my family and appreciate the flexibility and concern. The phone calls, emails and cards were appreciated.