Norris Family Chiropractic is happy to announce that we are now a provider for patients with Caresource Insurance. Call for further questions or to schedule an appointment.

Valentine’s Day Massage Special

Buy one get one free!  Two 30 minute massages for $30.00!

Purchase a half hour massage between February 2nd-20th and receive another half hour massage to give as a Valentine’s Day gift.  Buy one for yourself and give the other to a friend, family member or your sweetheart!  Both massages must be used by the end of February.  Massages may not be combined for use as a one hour massage and the “gift” massage must be used by someone else.

5 things to just let happen

January 9th, 2010

Everyone is used to making resolutions this time of year, defining the things that we will try harder to work on and make that extra special effort for.  Here’s 5 things you can stop worrying about and start benefiting from with little to no extra time or effort.

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Is taking care of your health a resolution for the new year?  It’s never too early to start!

Take advantage of several massage specials:

  • Tranquil Tuesdays:  $40 for a one hour massage if made between the hours of 2-6pm.  Call today!
  • Student Discounts:  $20 for a half hour massage!  Tell your friends!
  • Thai Massage:  Starts February!  Call for details!

This Saturday Office Hours

December 14th, 2009

Dr. Norris will be seeing patients this coming Saturday December 19, 2009 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Schedule your holiday adjustment today!!

Holiday Party Today!

December 9th, 2009

Today, Wednesday December 9th 3-7 p.m. we will be having a Holiday Open House at Norris Family Chiropractic.  There will be food and drink, door prizes, free chair massage, and Dr. Norris will be seeing patients as usual.  It is our way of giving back to the community!  Come join us.

Oh and there is a super sweet Massage special today only.  Buy a one hour massage for $40.  Offer good today only.  Maximum purchase of 3 per person.  Massage good for 6 months from today.

Witch or Doctor?

October 28th, 2009

Friday and Saturday this week come experience a Halloween adjustment or massage. No different than a regular visit other than the costumes!

Treats for the kiddos in all of us as well. Happy Halloween!

Welcoming our New Receptionist

October 20th, 2009

Norris Family Chiropractic welcomed a new addition last week. Shelly is now running the front desk. She will be glad to assist you with making and changing appointments, inquiring about your insurance benefits, setting up talks for Dr. Norris to speak or attend, and all your general front desk work. Please welcome her the next time you call or visit.

October Massage Special

October 20th, 2009

Purchase a 30 minute massage with your adjustment for only $20. Offer good through October 31, 2009.

A-choo! Cold and flu season is around the corner again, let me share some simple and natural tips you can use to stay healthy this year.

Hand washing-30 seconds of hot water and soap before and after eating, on arrivals, before cooking, after the restroom and after contact with others. A 2007 study from the Mayo Clinic showed use of antibacterials increased bacteria resistance, making the bacteria more difficult to eliminate later.

Vitamins-it is ideal to get our nutrients from our food, but stress and illness cause our body to use nutrients quickly and we must replenish more often. At a minimum a high quality multi-vitamin and essential fatty acids are recommended. Sesame seed oil is a great immune booster. It builds platelet cells associated with functions of B (fighter) cells in our immune system.

Low Sugar Diet-Refined sugars, in high doses overwork your pancreas and liver which in turn stresses the immune system. The immune system is already struggling during illness so a high sugar diet further stresses the system. It is advisable to limit refined sugars and eliminate at the first sign of illness.

Sleep-Studies reported by Time Magazine in 2008 concluded that 6.5-8 hours of sleep each night is ideal. Health Magazine’s research from January 2009 revealed that people who lose sleep are more susceptible to getting a cold.

Fluids-keeping hydrated during illness loosens mucus and prevents dehydration, a potentially dangerous outcome of cold or flu. Additionally you can take Epsom salt baths to aid in hydration, ease muscle aches and calm yourself before sleep.

Fresh linens and towels-It is easy to ignore housework when sick, but a clean home can make all the difference in fighting off germs. Pick up extra sets of sheets and towels for the season. When sick, change the sheets more regularly and use a new towel everyday. Do the laundry once you feel better with hot water and white vinegar.

These are some easy first steps to keep those sneezes to a minimum, but you can always go further. Explore homeopathic remedies as an alternative to medicines. I’s always easy to reduce your chance of sickness and live naturally.