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Articles written by Terence G. Brady

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Prescription painkillers

This is an article I wrote a few years ago, and recent events have brought the subject to the surface again. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) had known about the problem for years and nothing...

 

Built to last

Just like a well known American truck, your body is built to last. But if it's built to last, why do so many people have serious problems with their bodies? If a human body is built to last, why does...

 

Exercise: do you need it?

Exercise is what a lot of us do to stay healthy and fit. Exercise is what all of us should do to stay healthy and fit. Exercise is good for your heart, your lungs, your digestion, your liver, your...

 

Back pain is overtreated

This article was first published in 2010, but have things really changed? I think not. An article written by Lauran Neergaard, and appearing in the Bakersfield Californian on June 22, 2010 suggested...

 

Back & neck pain: number one cause of disability worldwide

A group called the Global Burden of Disease Project 2010, and made up of a collaboration between the World Health Organization, the University of Queensland (Australia) School of Population Health,...

 

Antibiotics don't work for cold and flu symptoms

However many doctors still prescribe them: According to a recent study published by the British Medical Journal Lancet, about a third of the patients who go to their doctor for upper respiratory...

 

Chiropractic is unique

Chiropractic is definitely unique. It is probably the only branch of the healing professions that treats the cause of your condition and not just the symptoms. Thomas Edison was quoted as saying....

 

The skeleton

Halloween is upon us again. Let's talk about your skeleton. What a magnificent piece of bio-engineering is the bunch of bones we call our skeleton. It holds us up against gravity, it allows us to bend...

 

Antibiotics for Cold and Flu

Antibiotics don’t work for cold and flu symptoms, however many doctors still prescribe them. According to a recent study published by the British Medical Journal Lancet, about a third of the...

 

Christmas is almost here

Christmas is coming and apparently so is El Nino, whether we like it or not. It’s getting colder, there is more snow and ice, more rain, it’s more windy, and more foggy, and so on and so on. So,...

 

Chiropractic is unique

Halloween is upon us again; let’s talk about your skeleton. What a magnificent piece of bio-engineering is the bunch of bones we call our skeleton. It holds us up against gravity, it allows us to...

 

Chiropractic is unique

Chiropractic is definitely unique. It is probably the only branch of the healing professions that treats the cause of your condition and not just the symptoms. Thomas Edison was quoted as saying. “T...

 

Back to school

It’s back to school time and every parent that has school age kids is getting themselves and their kids ready to face another year dealing with the educational process. Books, supplies, clothing,...

 

Team Walkabout at Relay for Life

I would like to publicly thank everyone who helped and contributed to Team Walkabout's success in this year's Tehachapi Relay for Life. It was our first attempt as a team and we raised the fantastic...

 

Relay for Life is upon us

On Saturday, July 11 Tehachapi will host another event that will raise money for the American Cancer Society, Tehachapi’s own Relay for Life. My team, which is called TEAM WALKABOUT for my...

 

Are you covered by Medicare?

If you are at least 65 or older you are eligible for Medicare. You can choose to take your Social Security at an earlier age, but Medicare cannot be taken earlier unless you are disabled in some way....

 

Are you ready for Summer?

Spring is here and it appears that winter will not make it this year. The weather is beautiful so your body had better be ready for all the summer activities that are about to descend upon you and you...

 

A letter from Dr. Brady, DC

I would like for a moment to step away from my role as a doctor of chiropractic and become a bartender for a day to raise some money for a favorite charity of mine. Healing Horses and Armed Forces...

 

Vegemite

Apparently our brains have a tendency to shrink as we get older. Brain shrinkage is often a precursor of Alzheimer’s disease, according to British researchers. More research is coming. Recently, the...

 

Choosing Your Insurance: Open Enrollment

Every year around this time of year you get to choose your next years’ insurance carrier during what is called “Open Enrollment”. Why you can’t change your insurance coverage any time you...

 

The Skeleton

Halloween is upon us again; let's talk about your skeleton. What a magnificent piece of bio-engineering is the bunch of bones we call our skeleton. It holds us up against gravity, it allows us to...

 

Relay For Life

A few weekends ago I attended the Tehachapi version of Relay for Life. This event is a coming together of many people, from all walks of life that are suffering from cancer, are recovering from...

 

Built To Last

Just like a well known American truck, your body is built to last. But if it’s built to last, why do so many people have serious problems with their bodies? If a human body is built to last, why...

 

Chiropractic Techniques

When chiropractors refer to chiropractic “techniques”, we are talking about the many different ways we adjust or manipulate the spine. I will attempt to describe some of the more common...

 

Chiropractic is Unique

Chiropractic is definitely unique. It is probably the only branch of the healing professions that treats the cause of your condition and not just the symptoms. Thomas Edison was quoted as saying....

 

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