Ticking Along

"Takes a licking and keeps on ticking."

That was the tag line from the Timex television commercials that aired in the 60's, 70's and 80's.

I am fortunate to have Dr. Don Grant, Dr. Stefan Sigalet and Dr. Kendyl Muz of Vancouver Integrated Health in Burnaby, B.C. to keep me ticking - through all sorts of "weather".

Over the years, I've had superb pre- and post-surgical care, fabulous "get me moving" emergency care (like what befell me at the beginning of summer) and the so-important "keep my joints moving" care. Along the way, I've also increased my knowledge of anatomy and physiology - they're always ready to explain how the SCM functions or where the navicular is located and any other parts about which you may be curious, like your neurological system.

They are exceptionally skilled and personable chiropractors who provide a unique and common-sense approach to health and wellness. They've earned a well-deserved reputation that crosses provincial and country borders.

Upon first walking into this office you are warmly welcomed at the reception desk. They are delighted to answer any questions you may have, as they also regularly experience the benefits of being treated by the friendly, intuitive and skilled health professionals in this clinic.

Have you ever noticed that you don't feel that well in certain places and around certain people? That you tend to pick up the nervous energy and negative feelings that are around you? Vancouver Integrated Health is not one of those places. They've created a great environment - one where you get that sense of "Ahhh!"

This is subtle heart energy at work - the positive thoughts and feelings that are generated here help to synchronize the heart rhythms of those fortunate enough to be present. This is good for your health and well-being and ultimately, for those with whom you come into contact. That's the Reverberational Effect at work.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart to the tip of my toes and to the end of my nose for keeping me ticking along!

If you start to pay attention you'll notice that you feel better in places and with people that feed your heart.

Think about the places in which you feel good.

  • What makes them special?
  • Who is there?
  • What are you doing?

2 Replies to “Ticking Along”

  1. I once had to end a friendship with a young couple because of the aura of tension the lady seemed to pass to me. I tried to overcome it for several years without success. Eventually I admitted defeat and cut the ties between us.

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