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.
There’s been some really warm weather in the DC region this week giving many of us time to enjoy our summer wardrobe one more time this year. However, I have some bad news. As we do our holiday shopping and merry making with our sunglasses on and in short sleeves we aren’t getting the sun […]
Dr. Bazley has recently started working with Kaigo Health to help busy professionals connect and maintain appointments with health care providers near their offices. Kaigo Health has visited and interviewed the doctors that it works with to make ensure a high quality of professionals. Check out the interview to find out more about Dr. Bazley. […]
As we travel and try new activities this summer injuries may occur. Some will happen dramatically like when a person falls off a jet ski others will happen more insidiously from long car rides, lugging multiple bags on one shoulder or from walking on soft sand. Yes, sometimes the unevenness of soft sand can cause […]
I am proud to be a community partner of The Honey Groove, a music and arts festival being held Saturday, April 11th in Washington DC. Whether on stage or in the audience, being able to freely enjoy the energy being created requires the ability to sit and stand at leisure. Plus the ability to dance, […]
Crouching down over the tulips, green beans and spinach encouraging (or begging) them to grow can lead to back pain, knee pain and headaches. Here’s some stretches to hopefully prevent some aches and pains. If you’re already having trouble getting into a squat or notice that pain builds up quickly in your neck or knees […]
…But DNP will kill you. There is not a single over the counter herbal or dietary supplement I would recommend for weight loss. Yes, you can use a fiber supplement to help you feel full, yes you use cinnamon as a blood sugar regulator. But these aren’t dietary and herbal supplements. If you’re truly struggling […]
What tickles me most about this article is the definition of “best care” seems to mean “acceptable level of care” in primary care settings. To get better results than “best care” adding spinal manipulation is key (according to the research). United Kingdom back pain exercise and manipulation (UK BEAM) randomised trial: effectiveness of physical treatments […]