OCTOBER BLOG / Clinic NewsOffice Schedule for October:
- Vacation Schedule: Closed October 6 (Wednesday) though October 10th (Sunday) -we will be in the Smokies for a family reunion. If you have an emergency, please go to the emergency room. We will be back normal hours on Monday 10/11. Sorry for any inconvenience.
- Seminar: I will be attending an advanced laser therapy seminar on the 16th and 17th. I have to catch a plane early on Friday so I will close at 4 PM on 10/15 to make the plane. Office will be closed Saturday 10/16-I will be in Denver.
This is a site that explains medicare that I ran across. Those of you wanting to know more about your benefits might want to check it out. http://www.medicaremadeclear.com/#fbid=NuejHcC_Cxn.
- Dr. Riggs' has had an article republished in the European Aikido Journal-German Edition entitled "Aikido-Knieverletzungen" August, 2010. This is the third republishing of his articles. Another one will be republished in December. Dr. Rigg's 2 articles (one on knee injuries and the other of pressure points) will have been published in English in Black Belt Magazine and Aikido Today Magazine, as well as the English, French and now German versions of the European Aikido Journal. He has published numerous articles (7) in professional journals, one in a refereed journal. Combined he has been published in 10 different professional and martial arts journals nationally and internationally.
- September 23rd Affordable Health Care Changes: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/728665
- Flu season is approaching. If you have not had a flu shot, especially if you are older, it is advisable to get a flu shot and possibly a pneumonia shot. Prevention is key. Some chiropractic doctors don't believe in immunization. I am not one.
- If you have a lot of allergies, make sure you are checking your air conditioning/heating filters regularly. We are coming into cotton processing season so there will be a lot of allergens in the air.
- From Futurity: "Researchers have discovered the crystal structures of pumps that remove heavy metal toxins from bacteria, making them resistant to antibiotics." This may allow them to desire less resistant drugs.