the official e-newsletter of the Sasso Family Chiropractic Center
July 2021
5 positive thoughts to energize your day
"People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing - that's why we recommend it daily." Zig Ziglar

He's right. That's why it's important to feed your mind with positivity each day. The more positivity we develop on the inside, the stronger and more resilient we become in facing the challenges of the world on the outside. It's not about fake Pollyanna positivity, it’s the real stuff that makes a proven difference in your perspective and life. 

Here are 5 Positive Thoughts to Energize Your Day:

1) Mondays are a great day to focus on what we GET TO do instead of what we HAVE TO do. Life is a gift, not an obligation.

2) There's nothing more powerful than a humble person with a warrior spirit who is driven by a bigger purpose. Be that person today.

3) Failure is not meant to define you, it’s meant to refine you. Remember, sometimes you have to lose a goal to find your destiny.

4) Don’t let the negativity bring you down today. Focus on the positive. This doesn’t mean we ignore the challenges, it means we work to overcome them. We rise above the drama. We don’t listen to the lies of fear and doubt. We choose to be a positive influence on those around us.

5) Three things you control every day are your ATTITUDE, your EFFORT and your ACTIONS. It doesn’t matter what others are doing or who you think is being unfair. Every day you can focus on being positive, working hard and making others around you better.

Jon Gordon
It's not how you feel, it's how you function!
form and function
Form and function

Racing cars have spoilers to cut down on wind "drag".
Structure affects function.

Swimmers may shave their bodies and wear skin-tight suits to lessen their resistance in the water.

Structure affects function.

Bowling balls are round for a reason. How many pins could you hit if the bottom of the ball was shaved flat?

Structure affects function.

Your body is functioning exactly as it is currently designed. To change the function of your body, YOU MUST CHANGE THE DESIGN, the structure!

When you and your family have your spines checked weekly for subluxations, you influence your structure (body) in a positive way. If your structure is better, your function will be better, every time.
Upcoming parking lot construction
Starting on Tuesday, July 6, Fischer Court will be upgrading the Handicapped Accessible Ramps to allow for easier access to the building from the parking lot.

There will be a temporary barrier wall constructed in front of our office entrance. Access to the office will be available by parking to the right as you enter Fischer Court and walking toward Encore Dancewear, then across the building to our office. The parking lot, where we usually park will be a construction area and may be off limits at times.

We ask for your understanding during this construction. We have been assured by the contractor that he will complete this project as quickly and safely as possible. We look forward to improved access to the office.
The Orchestra
Most people who have never played in an orchestra may not have an in-depth understanding of the nuances involved in creating harmony in a musical performance.

First all of the instruments must be in tune and tuned to one another.

Second, all the players must execute the right notes at the right time.

To further create the beautiful music, the musicians must know when to play loudly or softly, how fast and how slow, and finally, they must know when to stop playing or rest.
All bands and orchestras follow the lead and cues of a conductor. The conductor holds the "score" or master sheet of music that contains all of the various instruments' parts. All the musicians must pay strict attention to and follow the direction of the conductor.

The human body functions a lot like an orchestra. The various parts of the body are like each of the players, the nerve system is like the conductor, and the innate intelligence of the body is like the score or master sheet of music/information. The innate intelligence uses the nerve system to tell our body parts how to work in harmony with one another. It tells parts when and how to work and more importantly when to slow down or stop working for a while in order to keep balance.

The intricate workings of the human body are truly amazing. Our health and well-being depends upon all of our body functions working in a state of balance or harmony. This balance can only be maintained when our innate intelligence can do its job properly - that is without interference.
Vertebral subluxations interfere with "our conductor" by not allowing adequate expression of the messages created by the innate intelligence of our body that are carried throughout the nerve system. This is basically a disconnection between the brain and the body. This improper communication between our innate intelligence and our body leads to disharmony within us.

Keeping your spine checked regularly and adjusted when needed helps to make sure you are free of the harmful effects of vertebral subluxation and that your brain-body connection is as close to 100% as possible. Keep your body in harmony and you will be making beautiful "music" for years to come.

Thanks to Dr. Stamatis Tsamoutalidis for this article
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Note: The office will be OPEN on Monday, July 5.