The New Look, and a New Promotion!

Hey everyone, welcome to my new blog design. We have been working on it for quite a while and finally got it up and running. I hope you will take the time to read the articles and information on the various pages. I firmly believe that patients who are well educated stay healthier and are able to make informed decisions about their health. In addition, questions and discussion are vital to the learning process. A blog is the perfect arena for such learning and growth.

To encourage you to read and comment, I have come up with what I think is a generous promotion. Here is the plan: Each month I plan on posting several articles. I love it when people make comments or ask questions. So, everyone who makes a comment on a blog post will be entered into a drawing on the 27th of every month. The winner of the drawing will be awarded FREE Chiropractic Care for the entire following month. That’s right, a month’s worth of Chiropractic Care here at Thomas Chiropractic all for just commenting on a blog post!

Just to clarify, I might post several articles in a month. You can comment on each blog post which will give you better odds to win. Feel free to comment as many times on a blog post as you would like, but I am only going to count one comment per blog post for the contest. Looking forward to the good discussion!


  1. Love the contest idea! Really enjoy the new look of the blog. The little video up in the right hand corner was quite informative as well.

    Have a question: My 11 year old daughter is a pretty good athletic. She seems to get some real soreness in the area around her ankles and just about four so inches up both back and front. What do you think might be the cause? What can we do to prevent injuries for her?


    1. Ann, first of all, thanks! As far as the young one is concerned, it could be a number of things from strain on the leg muscles to poor circulation. Either way I would recommend wrapping them or using a brace and see if that helps. I would also recommend icing the ankles after activity. I have protocols if you search ice on the blog.

  2. Like the New Look. How timely your “It’s Not All About Pain, People” rant is. I am reading “Pain Chronicles” by Melanie Thernstrom and she relates the same message.

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