Holiday Hours

Holiday Hours



Closed- Wednesday 12/24- Friday 12/26

OPEN- 12/24 from 9-1 for Gift Certificate Sales

Regular Massage hours resume Saturday- 12/27

        Regular hours resume Monday- 12/29


New Year’s:

Closed- starting 3pm Wednesday 12/31- Thursday 1/1

        Regular hours resume Friday, 1/2


Standard Process Congaplex and Herbal Throat Spray


Congaplex is used for short-term support of the immune system.
  • Supports a healthy immune response function
  • Provides ingredients with antioxidant activity
  • Supports the thymus gland
  • Contains ribonucleic acid, which your body uses to build new cells
  • Contains a combination of key ingredients from Cataplex A-C, Thymex, Calcium Lactate, and Ribonucleic Acid



Herbal Throat Spray contains the following herbs: Marshmallow root, Sage, Echinacea angustifolia root, Calendula, Myrrh and Clove bud. This combination of herbs contains many phytochemicals including mucilage, essential oils (containing monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes, including eugenol), phenolic compounds, caffeic acid derivatives (especially echinacoside and cynarin), alkylamides, triterpenoid saponins, triterpene alcohols and their esters, flavonoids, sterols, carotenes and commiphoric acids and esters. Together these herbs and their constituents can help:

  • support healthy respiratory tissue and respiratory tract function
  • maintain healthy mucosal tissue in the upper respiratory and upper gastrointestinal tracts
  • promote healthy throat tissue
  • promote relaxation of muscle tissue in the upper respiratory and upper digestive tracts
  • promote oral health
  • promote the body’s normal resistance function in normal persons
  • support the local immune system in the mouth and throat
  • soothe the throat
  • freshen breath



For more information: Congaplex and Herbal Throat Spray


Cinnamon Streusel Crisps


  • Prep Time: 
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  • Yield: Makes 28–32 cookies (serving size: 1 cookie)

Nutritional Information

Calories per serving:                                         87
Fat per serving:                                                 4g
Saturated fat per serving:                                 1g
Monounsaturated fat per serving:                     2g
Polyunsaturated fat per serving:                      1g
Protein per serving:                                           1g
Carbohydrates per serving:                               12g
Fiber per serving:                                               0.0g
Cholesterol per serving:                                     5mg
Iron per serving:                                                0.0mg
Sodium per serving:                                           71mg
Calcium per serving:                                          17mg




  • 1 (16.5-ounce) package refrigerated sugar cookie dough
  • 1/4 cup packed light brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup finely chopped pecans
  • 3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg (optional)



Preheat oven to 350°; place rack in center of oven. Freeze sugar cookie dough 1 hour. Remove from freezer, and place on cutting board. Cut dough into 1/4-inch slices (about 28–32 slices); arrange 2 inches apart on 2 parchment paper–lined baking sheets. Combine brown sugar, chopped pecans, cinnamon, and, if desired, nutmeg in a small mixing bowl. Top cookies with 3/4 teaspoon streusel. Bake 12 minutes or until edges are crisp and browned. Let cool on baking sheet 3 minutes; remove to a wire rack to cool completely.



Reference: Cinnamon Streusel Crisps


December Massage Specials

Happy Holidays!


Give the gift of relaxation to the ones you care for most….and yourself!For the whole month of December:Buy 2 Massage Gift Certificates,
Get the 3rd HALF OFF!

Buy 4 Massage Gift Certificates,
Get the 5th FREE!

* Valid on gift certificates purchases only

Body Logic will be open on Christmas Eve from 9-1 for last minute gift certificate sales!
We are also still collecting items for a donation to the Samaritan House! Bring in an item on their found HERE to your scheduled massage and receive $10 OFF!

Happy and Healthy Holidays

By Scott Kuper, DC


The arrival of the winter months means two big things to all of us. First and foremost, winter brings the happiness that is brought through family and friends and the traditions of the holiday season. Secondly, winter brings cold and flu season, along with a lot of holiday stress that leaves us more vulnerable to getting sick. We at Body Logic want to make sure that all of our patients stay healthy enough to enjoy all of the happiness this time of year has to offer.

Chiropractic manipulation is designed to improve the function of your joints, thereby decreasing abhorrent activity in the nervous system. One portion of the nervous system called the autonomic nervous system controls involuntary actions of the body such as heart rate, breathing, digestion, and immunity. The autonomic nervous system is connected to the spleen, thymus, lymph nodes, and bone marrow, all of which are responsible for producing the body’s immune response to infection and disease. By regulating the function of the nervous system through chiropractic adjustments, the immune system can perform its job at a higher capacity.

As far back as 1975, the chief of cancer prevention research at New York’s Preventive Medicine Institute Ronald Pero, Ph.D. conducted research which concluded that chiropractic patients have a 200% greater immune competence than people who had not received chiropractic care. In 1992 clinical research proved that when an adjustment was applied to a restricted thoracic joint, white blood cell counts rose significantly which lets the body fight off infection better. So getting a chiropractic adjustment regularly not only helps you move better with less pain, it also helps you stay healthy from the inside out. This is especially important at this time of year, when we all are feeling run down and germs seem to spread like crazy.

This week most people are still recovering from consuming all of that delicious turkey and stuffing. A lot of people also take the long weekend as an opportunity to bring decorations out of the attic, clean the gutters, and string lights both inside and outside of their house. Each year Amanda and I see an increase in acute musculoskeletal pains related to patients exerting themselves in ways that are unique to this time of year. Chiropractic treatment can help with those issues while simultaneously giving your immune system a boost.

Massage can also be a great relief to both the mental and physical stresses brought on by the holidays. Massage can decrease fatigue from late nights wrapping presents, alleviate sluggish digestion brought on by all the delicious cookies, cheese platters, and tasty seasonal brews, and can work out those kinks we all get from traveling “over the river and through the woods” to celebrate with loved ones.

Whether you need a massage to get a break from it all, an adjustment to fix an ache or pain, or take some preventative measures to maintain a strong and healthy immune system, the staff at Body Logic is here to help you be your best through the winter season. So call the office today to schedule an appointment, and feel free to ask us any questions you may have about how we can help you personally.




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Sternberg EM, Chrousos GP, Wilder RL, Gold PW. The stress response and the regulation of inflammatory disease. Ann Intern Med 1992; 117 (10):854

Brennan PC, Triano JJ, McGregor M, et al. Enhanced neutrophil respiratory burst as a biological marker for manipulation forces: duration of the effect and association with substance P and tumor necrosis factor. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1992; 15(2):83


Fun Facts of December

Did You Know…


December 4 is International Free Hugs Day. The hugs are meant to be random act of kindness, a selfless act performed just to make others feel better. Give all your loved ones hugs this day.

gingerbread house

The spice-filled structure was made with 1,800 pounds of butter, 7,200 eggs, 225 gallons of molasses, 7,200 pounds of flour and close to 3,000 pounds of brown sugar. Combined with the massive amounts of candy, the house totals 36 million calories.

jingle bells

One of the most popular Christmas carols was written for a DIFFERENT holiday?? Well, it’s the truth. James Pierpont composed “Jingle Bells” in 1857 for a Thanksgiving program at a church in Boston! There, Pierpont taught Sunday school and this tune was easy for his students to memorize and perform. The tune was such a hit that the children were requested again at Christmas, the holiday with which it would be forever associated.