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  • When the feet hit the ground, everything changes
    Why your feet? Think of your body as a building, with the feet being the foundation. The foundation is especially important because everything sits on top of it. When the body's Read more
  • Automobile Accidents
    With all the changes in healthcare, it has gotten very confusing on to simply get the care you need. Just a few reminders after an auto accident. 1. Always have the police Read more
  • What to do if I get injured in an accident
    So many times I am treating one of our regular patients and I will say..." I haven't seen you in a while how have you been?" to which they reply...." Read more
  • Things Doctors Say
    I read a post on facebook the other day that was a cartoon about a patient asking questions about their health and the doctor's response. In the cartoon the doctor Read more
  • Yin / Yang Yoga Class
    We had our first 2 hr. Yin / Yang Yoga Class ( retreat ) two weeks ago. We had two classes that day due to the large response to attend. Read more
  • What is Kinesio taping (Taping )
    What is Kinesio taping? Kinesio taping is a method of taping injuries to increase circulation, decrease pain and facilitate joint movement.  While old school tradition taping treatments were designed to restrict Read more
  • Secrets to Ongoing Good Health
    In treating patients over the past 32 years, many times the question comes up...." What should I include in my healthcare regime?" This is a really good question and I am Read more
  • The Power of Chiropractic
    The Power of Chiropractic As time goes by and patients come and go for different conditions, you sometimes have to stop and listen to the effectiveness Chiropractic has on people's lives. A Read more
  • Why take Vitamins?
    So why take vitamins? So many times a day when I ask someone if they take any vitamins the answer I get is .....I eat really well, so I don't see Read more
  • The permanency of injuries from an accident
    The Permanency of Injuries from an Accident More times than not, I will get to the end of an auto accident case and the patient will ask why they still have Read more
  • Why multiple visits with Chiropractic care.....
    Why multiple visits with Chiropractic care Most people understand the whole process of Physical / Occupational therapy. You start with the therapist on a three times weekly basis and work together Read more
  • Getting Hooked on Chiropractic
    One of the more common questions I get during a new patient interview is                     "  I want to go to a Chiropractor for my back pain but I don't want Read more
  • Why Rehab and Wellness
    For many years we have been know as Bay City Chiropractic and recently we are moving towards a name change to Bay City Wellness & Rehab.......why??? It has always been my Read more
  • Auto Accidents....What to do ? / Where to go?
    Auto Accident ....What to do ? / Where to go ? Auto accidents can be very confusing. We all know someone that has been in an accident and with the changes Read more
  • Headaches and Chiropractic
    Headaches? Call the Chiropractor Many patients walk through the door of our office complaining of headaches. Chiropractors in Tampa and around the US report 13% of their patients list headaches as Read more
  • For Valentine’s Day Bay City Chiropractic is offering a Great Massage Special
    Valentine’s Day Massage Special  Want to impress your Valentine this year? Do you deserve some relaxation and pampering? Looking for a gift to show your loved ones how much they matter?Give them or yourself Read more

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