Entries by Sean Phelps

The Seven Dynamics Of Health!

Seven Dynamics of Health What Makes What I Do so Different? I have been asked this question when people first come to my practice. The short answer is that I apply a SYSTEMS Philosophy to our practice rather than being bound by a SYMPTOMS Doctrine. When you consider that the plague killed about 30% of […]

What Is Well-Being?

The World Health Organization describe health as a complete physical, mental and social well-being – and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. In regard to Well-Being,  I think that it is helpful to consider that there are two aspects of well being. “Hedonia” – Pleasure, delight, gratitude, fun; friendliness, kindness, love, feeling cared […]

heavy metals in the body

Given the right conditions, our body has several fail-safe mechanisms.  The first line of evacuation of heavy metals is the microbiome in the gut. If these bacteria can’t get rid of the heavy metal, the toxins pass into the blood and then with the help of key chelation biochemistry the metals are chelated (joined to […]

Fire Dept or Restoration Guys?

What is the difference between chiropractic and medicine? By Sean Phelps D.C The following annology gives a helpful perspective in differentiating Chiropractic & Medicine in Health Care. If you can accept that your mind and your body are your house, medical doctors are the fire department, and wellness chiropractors are renovation and maintenance experts. Advanced […]

Primal Movement

The Paleo diet follows the premise that doing what is most in sync with your unique biology (doing what our ancestors did) will enable you to retain or regain your health. This is founded upon the fact that our GENES have not changed since then! This philosophy can then also be applied to exercise. So […]

What is Advanced Biostructural Correction ?

Is it the aging process that leads the elderly to become stooped or bent over? Consider if that were true then the young people would all have good posture and it would be seen that posture gradually changes as we get older. You also might Is it because they do not stand up straight? When your […]

Could Stretching Be Bad For You?

It looks like static stretching could be anyway! According to the New York Times, studies completed by the The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research have found that athletes who completed static stretching before an athletic event actually performed WORSE in many cases. Take a peek at the full article here: http://http//well.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/04/03/reasons-not-to-stretch/?_php=true&_type=blogs&_r=0