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Dr. Brian K. Nathanson, chiropractic physician

Row for the Cure is this Saturday, November 6th

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It is almost here, Fairfield County’s premiere charity rowing regatta. Ok, I think it is the only one too, but that may change. This Saturday nearly 75 rowers from 4 states in the region will gather at Veteran’s Memorial Park in historic South Norwalk Harbor to row and raise money for the Connecticut Affiliate for […] [Read More]
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2010 Row for the Cure Benefitting the Connecticut Affilialte of Susan G. Komen Foundation

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We are proud to announce our second annual Row for the Cure. Once again it is being hosted by our friends at the Norwalk River Rowing Association on November 6 at Veteran’s Memorial Park. For more information go to www.norwalkriverrowing.org [Read More]
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Chiropractic cervical (neck) manipulation and stroke

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I did not write this following post, I have permission from it’s author Dr. Stephen Perle, a professor at the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic to post it. There have been many bill boards, bus ads, and inflammatory postings on this topic. Dr. Perle delivers clarity in a sea of rhetoric. The link to the […] [Read More]
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Doing it, not just talking about fighting cancer.

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If you got to http://www.2dogs2000miles.org/ you will read about Luke Robinson, a man who was devastated about the loss of his dog to cancer. He decided to do something, not just talk about it. He is currently resting here in Newtown preparing for the last 200 miles of his journey to Boston. With the power of the internet, […] [Read More]
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The 2nd Yale Research Symposium on Complementary and Integrative Medicine.

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I had the pleasure of attending this event yesterday. I was hoping to hear some ground breaking discussions on new and unique treatments. Being a chiropractor I am always looking at how integrative medicine will grow in the future. After a great discussion by the renowned oncologist, Dr. Barry Boyd, the rest of the day […] [Read More]
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Lessons from a wake

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Last Sunday February 28th, we attended the wake of Tony V. He was father/father in law of friends of ours. We had known him for the last 19 years. He was nearly 86 and was a surrogate grand pa to our kids. Always, warm, kind and inviting, he always made you feel like family. I […] [Read More]
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The Joy of Blogging

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I have had this blog running for a few months now, trying to share quality information, (and yes not all of it is what I have written),  and even have some spirited intellectual debate. Unfortunately we have stumbled upon a chiro basher, chiro hunter etc. He chooses to argue with emotion and general claims akin to what one […] [Read More]
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MRI Availability Linked to Possibly Unnecessary Surgery

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Hey folks, once again I didn’t write this, but I think this discussion needs to happen. Too many patients of mine want an MRI at the first sign of pain. The actual link to this article is http://www.dotmed.com/news/story/10496# MRI Availability Linked to Possibly Unnecessary Back Surgery October 20, 2009 by Brendon Nafziger, Writer Ready availability […] [Read More]
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