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  • Choices & Decisions

    Scientists tell us that much of our self-talk is negative, so learning to be kind and supportive in your mental chatter is a direct step toward a well mind. Practice saying constructive things to yourself, like "I'm a good person, today's going to be a great day, I can do this," simple stuff like that.

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  • Aging & Longevity

    People who practice wellness typically enjoy their lives and want them to last as long as possible. That's why the wellness mindset usually accompanies other constructive, healthy lifestyle habits. By adopting positive behaviors like: eating well, exercising, saying affirmations, developing healthy self

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  • Personality

    Healthy people express themselves consistent with their personality types, so there is a wide spectrum of normal behaviors that could contribute to achieving wellness. The technical end of wellness psychology encourages normal responses to the challenges of life, rather than just treating mental and

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Inner Health Chiropractic

Monday:

7:30am - 12pm

3pm - 6pm

Tuesday:

Closed

3pm - 6pm

Wednesday:

10:00am - 12pm

3pm - 6pm

Thursday:

7:30am - 12pm

3pm - 6pm

Friday:

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Closed

Saturday:

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Sunday:

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Testimonial

  • "When I first came to Dr. Taylor, I had been having lower back troubles for a few months on and off. I am a lacrosse player and I was playing in a game when I received a very nasty body check which caused me very serious back pain for a couple weeks. Finally, I went to Dr. Taylor's office in mid June and met with her once a week until mid August. Over that time my back pain disappeared entirely and my (unknown to me at the time) uneven legs went from being an inch different in length to less than 1/8 of an inch. My posture also noticeably improved and I am finding new strength and flexibility in my game that I had never seen before. I look forward to working with her more when I return home on college break."
    D Angell