Children and adults are the same but different. Most kids want to play all the time, but they also are required to go to school. Most adults would prefer to play all the time – relax, go to the ...View Article
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Posted on 04-21-2011
Below is Dr. Bodnar's first nationally published article on Herniated Discs as seen in the American Chronicle on April 15, 2011.
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Thank you, Dr. Bodnar, for referring me back to your article; after our discussion I reread it. I especially appreciate the illustration of the squished balloon; what an image! I'm grateful for the thorough, holistic approach that you take to health care, and that my surgery is being "combined with other strategies for corrective care" so that it will have "the highest probability of being a permanent solution rather than just a temporary measure." I appreciate your explaining how to prevent further disc problems with correct posture and "chiropractic approaches that address the entire spine". Thank you for sharing your insights & congratulations on the publication of your article. I'm looking forward to reading others in the future.
Ah, i see. Well that's not too trkicy at all!"
You really found a way to make this whole prcseos easier.