Posts by Rettay Chiropractic

Get to Know Us

»Posted by on Aug 12, 2011 in Welcome | Comments Off on Get to Know Us

Jennifer Lynn Clayton, LMT graduated from the Cincinnati School of Medical Massage in 2003. She is licensed as a massage therapist by the KY and Ohio State Medical Boards. In 2006 she completed the Master Level of Reiki which is Japanese relaxation technique, comparable to healing touch, this is great for cancer patients or those in remission as well as those who suffer from headaches, stress, or just want to reach optimal healing of mind, body, spirit. It is nono-invasive therapy with so many benefits! Jennifer has also been a certified La Stone therapist since 2004, this is a technique using hot, and/or cold stones to promote healing through creating a vascular gymnastics in the circulatory system. This technique brings fresh blood and nutrients into the...

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Trainer Tips

»Posted by on Aug 12, 2011 in Health | Comments Off on Trainer Tips

The topic of proper nutrition is everywhere you look these days. There is advice about supplements, diets, vitamins, recipes, and pills. All of these things cost money and do they really work? There is a sure way to improve your quality of life that doesn’t involve wasting money – you can eat right. Knowing you need to eat right and having the knowledge, motivation, and guidance to actually do it are two very different things. You may question what does it really mean to eat right? Remember, you are what you eat! If you want to be soft and fluffy then eat puffy, soft, gushy foods but if you want to be lean and active then eat fresh, clean, whole foods. Knowing what is right for you and your body to feel its best can be difficult. I offer nutrition...

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An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Pills

»Posted by on Aug 12, 2011 in Health | Comments Off on An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Pills

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of pills” is the wellness theme coming up for August.  But many of us probably ask ourselves if things like improved diet, lifestyle choices and exercise will actually help prevent serious health conditions.  So let’s look at the five major causes of disease and death in the U.S.: 1. Heart Disease is listed as the number one cause of death in the United States and is considered a preventable disease. That means by improving your diet (eliminating bad things and adding good things), getting an adequate amount of exercise (which is also a great stress reducer), controlling our stress and making better lifestyle choices we can all significantly reduce our risk of this condition.  There is only one...

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More than 20 million Americans will seek chiropractic care this year.

»Posted by on Jul 30, 2011 in Featured | Comments Off on More than 20 million Americans will seek chiropractic care this year.

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20% of all American military medical discharges are due to low back pain.

»Posted by on Jul 30, 2011 in Featured | Comments Off on 20% of all American military medical discharges are due to low back pain.

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