Do you ever stop and look at the color choices and designs that a business uses to represent itself? It can have a direct impact on whether or not a customer chooses to do business with you. As I learned … Read More
Have you ever noticed that we have a slogan at Body Logic? As we transition into the new building, you will see it incorporated more and more throughout the space.
Move Better. Feel Better. Live Better.
The addition of the … Read More
Have your trips out to Pungo this month resulted in more strawberries than you know what to do with and you just can’t stand to drink another strawberry smoothie? Here is a dinner option that will help you get … Read More
We all hate it when our little ones aren’t feeling well and we want to aid them in the safest, most effective way possible. Essential oils can provide us with a natural alternative to help promote healing and comfort our … Read More
How Often Should I Get a Massage?
This is a question that we get asked quite often. The truth is, it varies. Depending on what your goals and needs are can change the frequency that is best for you. So, … Read More
Tuesday June 14th at 6 PM
Whole Food Supplements 101 with Special Guest Jeannine
Come join us as special guest Jeannine stops by from Northern Virginia to explain a little bit about how taking whole food supplements can … Read More
“Doc, I just can’t relax! That word is not in my vocabulary.” Unfortunately, this epidemic is everywhere! I hear this on a daily basis from patients who experience chronic muscle tension, especially in combination with high stress or anxiety. This … Read More
From the American Chiropractic Association:
If you have a headache, you’re not alone. Nine out of 10 Americans suffer from headaches. Some are occasional, some frequent, some are dull and throbbing, and some cause debilitating pain and nausea. What do … Read More
I write this introduction to Body Logic’s “Progression Blog” with shear excitement, nervousness, and pride. Since I first stepped foot into the former Body Logic (March/April 2009), my dreams began to take shape. I was an eager recent graduate … Read More