Wellesley Chiropractic Office

Fall 2013 Newsletter

"I have always believed, and I still believe, that whatever good or bad fortune may come our way we can always give it meaning and transform it into something of value."
Hermann Hess

In This Issue
6 Facets of Health
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1st Global Eating Psychology Conference
Who Are We?

Wellesley Chiropractic
471 Washington St. Wellesley, MA. 02482
Phone 781.237.6673
Fax 508.651.2209

We have been serving the Metro-West are since 1982.
We specialize in family centered chiropractic health care, pediatrics, craniopathy, and long term spinal reconstructive care.

Dr. Rosen practices Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) and is a certified Craniopath and SOT instructor.
SOT is a chiropractic technique based on the removal of Subluxations and chronic spinal neurophysiological imbalances that effect the overall function on the nervous system. Because of the diversity and flexibility of SOT chiropractic anyone from infants to the elderly can be safely adjusted.

Office hours:
Dr. Rosen's hours
Monday 2-7pm
Wednesday 8-12 and 3-7
Friday 8-1pm

Specialty Services 
  • Pediatric chiropractic
  • Low force and standard care protocols 
  • Allergy desensitization
  • Animal (dog and cat) chiropractic care
  • Cranial adjusting
  • Nutritional evaluation  
  • Orthotics 
Chiropractic - 6 Facets of Health

Balancing your life can be a difficult thing at times but by attempting to include these 6 facets of health in your daily routine you can help maintain a healthier more supportive lifestyle.
  • Proper Nutrition/Diet
    • What you eat, what you need. 
  • Exercise
    • Weight bearing and cardiovascular. 
  • Proper Rest
    • Sleep patterns, naps. 
  • Positive Mental Attitude
    • Thoughts are energy that manifest their patterns. 
  • Spiritual Practice
    • Getting in touch with something higher than ourselves. 
  • Proper Nerve Supply and Functioning Nervous System
    • Control and coordination of the entire system -
      Goal of Chiropractic Care.
Thank you!!

We just wanted to let you know how much we appreciate all of you referring your family and friends into our office for chiropractic care.  We will continue to do our best to serve them. 

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He's Back!!!!!

After a long summer away from all of you I am able to return to work.  I have missed being at Wellesley Chiropractic Office and look forward to seeing and helping all of you again.

I would like to thank you for your prayers, cards, gifts, genuine concern and support during this time.  I also want to express my deepest gratitude to my dear friends and colleagues, Dr. Roberta Stack and Dr. Michael Weinman for standing in for me and taking such great care of all of you.  I truly don't know what I would have done without their support. 

Of course a special thank-you must go to my wife and partner, Dr. Nancy Watson.  Without her caring, support, dedication and sacrifice I can't begin to imagine what would have happened.  Both on the home front and in the office she was a beacon of light that kept all of us safe and secure.  I am grateful and lucky to have had such support throughout this challenging time.

Martin Rosen, DC
Dr. Erin Rosen Joins Wellesley Chiropractic
We are excited to announce that our daughter Erin Rosen, DC has graduated Life University with a doctor of chiropractic degree.  She will be joining our practice and will be available to see patients as soon as her license comes through. 

Dr. Erin Rosen attended Babson College in Wellesley, MA. and was a Women in Leadership Scholarship recipient and participating student of the Women in Leadership Program. She graduated with honors from UMass Amherst with a degree in Kinesiology. She furthered her studies in the health care field by graduating from the Institute for Integrated Nutrition, becoming a certified Kundalini Yoga Instructor and a Khalsa Way Prenatal and Pregnancy yoga instructor.

Erin brings to her profession a personal lifetime experience of chiropractic as well as an accomplished athletic background and understanding of human biomechanics. As an elite nationally ranked rhythmic gymnast and coach for over 9 years she understands first hand the intricacies and capabilities of performance in both the elite and amateur athlete.

We are looking forward to incorporating her unique skill set into the practice.

Wellesley Chiropractic Facelift and Service Expansion
As part of our growth process we will be remodeling our offices.  Phase one will include a remodel of the upstairs business office into a massage and exercise/rehabilitation suite. This process is scheduled to be completed by the beginning of November.  Please watch for the announcement or inquire at the front desk. 

We are also expanding our nutrition programs to make them more available to all our patients.  In this way we hope to make it easier for all of you to incorporate several more facets of health into your lives.  For more information check out our website Wellesley Chiropractic or ask at the office when you come in for your appointment.  These services will only be available to active patients.
Up to 20 Pharmaceuticals Lurking in Your Average Glass of Milk  
Originally published on Monday, September 16th, 2013
When it comes to ensuring good health and strong bones as we age, most of us have come to think of a tall, cold glass of milk as the ultimate symbol of health and wellbeing. However, according to a study from the University of Jaen in Spain, milk may no longer provide the clean bill of health that we once expected it to - in fact, it may just be having the opposite effect.
Research published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry recently discovered up to 20 different pharmaceutical
products present in tested samples of average, store-bought milk. This means that each well-intentioned sip we take brings with it a pharmacopeia of painkillers, antibiotics and other medications that we certainly didn't intend on taking.
The researchers found that various pharmaceutically-active substances were present in all of the samples; cows' milk being the most contaminated.  This finding wasn't surprising to the researchers as cows are often given growth hormones, antibiotics and questionable feed. The active pharmaceutical substances that were found in the samples included: antibiotics, non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (commonly used as painkillers), antiseptics, antiepileptic, lipid regulators, beta-blockers, and various hormones.
While many people look for milk alternatives because of an allergy or intolerance to lactose, many people are making the decision to switch to a healthier alternative. Trying some of these milk alternatives may help you to steer clear of the painkillers and antibiotics that may be present in your regular glass of milk.  According to the Cleveland Clinic, the most common forms of milk alternatives are soy, hemp, coconut, almond and rice milk.  All of these alternatives offer a different nutritional profile. In order to ensure that your nutritional needs are being met, be sure to check for such things as calcium, vitamin D and protein content and select the milk alternative that best suits your needs.
Vaccines the Good the Bad and the Ugly

If you are a parent of a baby or young children, expecting a baby or if you are a health professional you need to watch this lecture filmed at a Radio Liberty Seminar in October 2008 in which Russell Blaylock MD discusses the effect of vaccines on the developing brain and his concerns about the increasingly crowded infant vaccination schedule. Video

Dr Blaylock also provides compelling arguments why the vaccination of pregnant women is harmful and a hidden cause of neurological disorders. He also discusses the toxic ingredients in vaccines such as formaldehyde, mercury, aluminum and MSG and the detrimental effects they have on the brain and nervous system. He also touches on other vaccine-related topics, such as the conflicts of interests influencing vaccination policy due to the influence the pharmaceutical industry exerts on the government and the pharmaceutical industry, the polio epidemics in Africa, mercury toxicity and other medical scandals.

For more information on Vaccines go to National Vaccine Information Center
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Yours in Health,

Martin Rosen, DC, CSCP, CSPP

President Emeritus of SOTO-USA
Chairman of the SOT Council of The Academy of Chiropractic Family Practice
Editorial Board of The Journal of Pediatric, Maternal and Family Health - Chiropractic
Certified Craniopath
Instructor for the ICPA and SOTO-USA