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February 21st, 2015

So You Think You’re Healthy

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What is your concept of healthy living?  Dr. David Kolbaba debunks foods, drinks, diets and medical procedures that are labeled as healthy choices.  Break the rules of what you’ve been taught and learn new ways of improving your health.  Kat James, author and spokesperson for Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics, joins the show to discuss her personal transformation. Visit InformedBeauty.com to learn more about Kat and her book, “The Truth About Beauty.”

June 14th, 2014

The Essence of Chiropractic Care

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Did you know that to become a Doctor of Chiropractic, many more hours of study are required than a Medical Doctor?  View our graphic for the comparisons.  Dr. David Kolbaba focuses on the importance of Chiropractic Care to overall optimal health. View our Spinal Column Chart while you’re listening to the show to learn how each vertebrae of the spine is connected to an organ or nerve.

May 21st, 2011

The Hits Just Keep on Coming!

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Contact sports and concussions is the topic of this week’s broadcast as Dr. David C. Kolbaba delves into the latest statistics of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).  Traumatic brain damage has played a role in depression, dementia and suicides of youth and professional athletes.  If you have a child involved in youth contact sports, you won’t want to miss this show.

Medical research has exposed a brain trauma crisis in contact sports.  In sports like football, soccer and ice hockey, studies show that every season around 50% of athletes experience concussive symptoms after a hit to the head.  Unfortunately, only a small percentage of these are reported and diagnosed.  Additionally, many diagnosed concussions are not treated properly.  Visit www.sportslegacy.org for information about Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy.  Download a copy of 7 Steps for Brain Safety for Youth Sports.

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