- Britanny Balke
My lower back has straightened out quite nicely, and my neck is slowly getting better too. I don’t get sinus infections as often either. Far less back pain than I had before back pain that kept me quite frequently from my work and from doing what I love. I love the staff here too.
“I’m looking forward to all you can offer me and my family, my prayers are with you all every day, from my heart to yours.”
“Healing is a journey and Dr. Danny and Dr. Richelle will be active participants and guide on this journey with you.”
- Barbara Tejada
“Not only did my knee start feeling better but my body started to open up. “
- Don Poe
“I now handle my own stress and guide others to better handle their problems. Thanks a ton, my whole life is easier.”
- Chris Dyer
“Frequency duration and intensity of the pain is decreasing.”
- Ingrid Castrojon
“Pain drastically decreased.”
- Russ and Patt Holmberg
“The wellness center was another source to improve our quality of life, mental attitude, posture and our balance as well as our focus.”
- Gloria Lamboy
“I am 54 years old but I feel younger and healthier than when I was 24.”
- Darcy D.
“Our Doctors at NFWC are “straightening” me up!”
Whether we like it or not, Valentine’s Day is on its way! And with it: A slew of goodies, flowers, cards, and chocolates. But did you know that St. Valentine was once associated with the advent of spring? It’s true. Valentine’s Day (as we know it today) originated in the UK. However, they historically had several regional traditions which pegged St. Valentine as a saint of spring and a saint of good health (hooray!). Valentine’s Day was said to be a day when the plants and flowers would start to grow. It was even celebrated as a day when the first agricultural work of the year would commence. Maybe there’s something to it—this whole notion of an early spring. After all, Groundhog Day is February 2nd. If we’re lucky, the groundhog will follow Valentine’s lead and predict an early spring. Here’s hoping!