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Heartfelt Living

Dr. Meggie Smith By Visiting Author: Bridget Boland Bridget Boland is a writer, shamanic energy medicine practitioner, doula and Forrest Yoga instructor. Learn more about her and her offerings at and Poet David Whyte reflects that as humans we spend an inordinate amount of time and energy trying to avoid getting our hearts […]

Tending the Heart Party!

Thanks for the RSVP! We are looking forward to talking with you about holistic, whole body ways to keep your heart healthy this year! — Dr. Meggie Smith, Isabelle Libmann and Bridget Boland When: Friday, January 31st from 4pm to 7pm Short Presentations will be at 4:30pm and 6:30pm Where: Chiropractic First 1609A Chicago Avenue […]


by Dr. Meggie Smith When getting any sort of medical procedure, including vaccinations, starting a new medication or having dental work, there are two suggestions I make. The first is to get adjusted as soon as possible after you start the medication or receive the treatment. Getting adjusted immediately following any sort of medical or […]

Get Happy with Chiropractic

By Dr. Meggie Smith One of the many benefits of chiropractic is its effect on mental health.  Some of you have reported that a reduced need for anxiety or depression medication. Many patients, including myself, have been able to avoid going on medication because of chiropractic. I began seeing a chiropractor in high school for headaches […]

Yoga Therapy for Low Back Pain

Dr. Meggie Smith By Visiting Author: Yoli Maya Yeh, M.A. RYT Yoga presents us with many ways to manage chronic low back pain, to strengthen weak parts of our core (a large part of your body the extends from your collarbones to your pubic bone in front and your neck to your tailbone on your […]

Five Essential Life Elements

Dr. Meggie Smith While pondering the immense fun my baby and I were having in our three days of summer this past week, I was reminded of just how important having regular fun is in life!  I find myself often telling students and clients that we have five essential elements in our lives in order to balance […]