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Dr John Hamilton Chiropractic Physician
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Does it hurt to garden? Call us to see if we can help you enjoy gardening without pain.
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6/7/17
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Highlight of the Week:
Of course our vacation was a highlight for us! We had beautiful weather, fun activities, everyone got along, and our skin is golden. Having time off is enjoyable and gives all of us a chance to unwind and recharge. Now we’re ready to get to work so that others can enjoy their vacations as well.
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This week is a mix of joy and reminiscence. Our middle son completed his freshman year of college and came home for the summer; Saturday our oldest daughter will graduate from ETSU and our youngest will attend his Junior Prom. When our children were little, many people told us to enjoy each moment because they pass so quickly. It is a tremendous joy to see our children and be proud of each of them and their accomplishments. However, it seems like just moments ago they were 6, 4, and 2 running around with so much energy. To those of you with young children and busy schedules, I challenge you to enjoy these moments because, all too quickly, they will be grown.
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The American College of Physicians recently made recommendations for low back pain. I am glad we are a part of the solution.
http://www.drjohnhamilton.com/news/?id=17
Articles | Chiropractor Greeneville TN Dr John Hamilton
In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a lot of discussion in healthcare circles regarding usage of pain medications and especially opioids.
DRJOHNHAMILTON.COM
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We are here to help with your low back pain.
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A patient recently related how some advice I had given her regarding exercising had paid off over the years. Since it was so long ago, I don’t really remember giving it to her, although I’m glad it was helpful.

It did make me consider though, that not only professionally, but also personally, how something I or someone else might say can affect someone’s life, whether positively or negatively. I’m sure you have your own stories of how someone has encouraged you or you’ve been able to encourage others.

However, this patient reminded me that, for better or worse, the words I (and you) speak today will affect the lives of others tomorrow. So, we better make them good.
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A patient began treatment last week. When she returned this week, I asked if she felt any different. She replied that she did feel some improvement. “However,” she said, “my husband really noticed. He said, ‘whatever you’re doing, keep doing it. You’re not grouchy.’”
Of course, she’s not the first patient to make a similar comment. In fact, we try to wait after a few visits before making character judgments about people because the pain (and limitations on activities or sleep) makes them act differently than their “normal” selves. However, it’s always rewarding to watch someone get out of pain and enjoy themselves (and others around them) again.
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I have spent the last couple of weeks going through old x-rays. Although a few names were unfamiliar, most names brought back memories of people I have been able to help in the past. At one point, I realized that, rather than remembering their condition, I was remembering them. “This person was always smiling,” “This person was pleasant,” “This one not so much,” “I really enjoyed helping this person…” It again made me consider what someone will remember when coming across my name and what I can do now to make it a pleasant experience for them later.
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Spring Break for city schools is this week. It is so nice to enjoy the time with family plus we are able to enjoy some out of state family. Family time is a blessing!
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I'm curious how the stats have changed in 6 years although the facts are still the same; raise your head and take an occasional break.

http://www.chironexus.net/video-pain-from-texting/
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