Annex Family Chiropractic

738 Spadina Ave, Ste. 206
Toronto, On, M5S 2J8

416.967.4466

Say hello to my little friend! (I couldn’t resist the reference!) The Accustim is a new adjusting tool I’ve recently added to my toolbox. I’ve already received MANY positive comments on its results and two patients have coined it the “woodpecker”. 😊 What’s it all about? Glad you asked. This simple device uses a series of […]
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Change of pace today.  Here’s a quick “life hack” you might find useful. According to a recent article in Fast Company, if you ever find yourself faced with a boring, difficult, or time-consuming task, don’t tell yourself “I’ll do it later”. Instead, build up in your head that it WILL be difficult, and you’ll probably hate it. You […]
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Here’s an interesting fact for you. Did you know that multiple studies show gastrointestinal (GI) issues are one of the hallmarks of autism? In 2012, researchers at the National Institute of Health noted that 92% of children with autism show GI distress.  The CDC estimates that children with autism are 3.5 times more likely to suffer […]
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With the weather getting warmer (thank you!), migraine sufferers especially might notice an uptick in the frequency of their migraines. But headaches affect almost everyone at some point.  Rare for some, constant for others. Those of you who’ve had tremendous relief and remission from headaches can attest to the suffering you used to have. Let’s take a […]
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As we cross off the last remaining days on this year’s calendar, I’m already in planning mode for 2020. I like to take time to pause and reflect. And set goals. Do you do something similar? In support of your goals for the New Year, whatever they may be, I thought I’d share this interesting […]
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Ok, so it’s been a tough few weeks.  I’m clear and aware I’m sharing this week from a passionate and emotional headspace, but on the mark based on so many conversations I have with people. As I’ve been dealing with the dire scenario of my mother-in-law’s illness and passing, I can’t help but be even […]
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Back to Part 3 Striking a balance As a woman, there are certain symptoms that the medical community will tell you are “normal.” We are brought up to believe that monthly menstrual pain and the other less than comfortable and emotional “joys” that go along with it, are simply a fact of life if you […]
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Back to Part 2 Symptoms, an “alternative” mindset, diagnosis and acceptance I like to think I lead a fairly healthy lifestyle. Sure, there are nights when I go to bed way too late after having a little too much wine, and days when I might choose a sleep-in instead of an early morning workout at […]
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