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It’s now been about a year since moving to my new office on Sunbridge and I’ve loved this location! If you've been in the office recently you have probably noticed we have made a few changes. The changes have meant that the entire office space has been rearranged and you’ve probably even noticed more pregnant patients or women with new babies coming in. Don't be alarmed, we are still caring for the whole family in our little office!
I have amazing news to share about the Nurture Chiropractic family! Cassi Mason is joining us in August as a midwife! While I work with many types of clients including families and students, I specialize in prenatal, postnatal, and infant chiropractic care. So it only makes sense to partner with another provider who serves that population! Cassi’s office is where the waiting area used to be and current patients have probably already noticed that Flannery’s receptionist desk is pushed back.
I highly recommend regular chiropractic care for my pregnant patients and suggest using a belly band to make the pregnancy more comfortable as it progresses.
While there are environmental reasons for a tougher than usual allergy season, a part of what people are experiencing is because we are all emerging from being inside most of the time and whenever we’ve been around people for the last year and more, we’ve been wearing masks. This had made our natural immunity weaken and our susceptibility to contagions more intense. Here are some tips for managing your symptoms the natural way.
Between a frigid winter and a year of social distancing requiring many events and activities to be canceled, many people have not been able to get out and enjoy many of their normal activities. It’s warming up and events are coming back so it’s only natural that you’re wanting to get back out to being active again. I’m so glad! But it’s important to keep in mind a few safety precautions to make sure you don’t leap back into activity too quickly.
I’m so excited to introduce you to Flannery Quinn, who started a couple of weeks ago. You will see her mostly in the mornings as she checks people in, prepares new patient paperwork, answers the phones, schedules patients, and helps me with other duties as they come up! I wanted to give Flannery a chance to tell you about herself in her own words so here are her responses to the interview questions