Colic and Chiropractic; March Madness Infrared Sauna and Personal Training Specials; Lucky Shake of the Day; Spring Detox

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March 2015

Ahhhh, March! Finally, spring is around the corner, days are getting longer, and soon winter will be over. This is the time of year when I like to do a Spring Cleanse, both for my body and my home.

March is Infant Colic Awareness Month, and many parents don't know how much chiropractic can help infants with colic. Please read this month's Article, Colic and Chiropractic, to learn more.

March is also a time of MADNESS!  We love watching the high school and college basketball tournaments every March. We also love having specials at the office! Check out our Buy Two, Get One FREE Infrared Sauna Special ALL month long! Or enjoy $10 off ALL Personal Training Sessions the entire month! Both are great additions to a spring cleanse/detox weight loss plan.

If you're feeling lucky, make sure to shake our lucky green dice on
St Patty's Day for a chance to win prizes and discounts!

Join us for our Young Living 101 Essential Oils Class on Thursday, March 19th from 6:30-8 pm!

We are now on InstagramPinterest and YouTube!

Here's to a glorious spring!

Dr. Brenda Trudell, DC
Amy Mertz, LMT
Melissa Graf, LAc
Chris Kazda, CPT
Terry Haag, RN, BSN
Angie Roherty, LMT, ATMAT

Dr. Holly Krook, ND

Cupid to Clover Fitness Training Challenge

Have your New Year’s fitness resolutions begun to diminish and run out? You’re not alone. Most resolutions last days or weeks. Few make it past the first month, and even fewer continue on further than that. If you’re still working out strong, congratulations. But, if you need a little pick-me-up or even to start over, we’re here to help! Similar to our Turkey to Tree fitness challenge, we’ll be offering a Cupid to Clover fitness challenge (Valentine’s Day to St. Patrick’s Day). Kazda Kinetics is offering personal training, fitness tracking, and nutritional advice at a discounted rate over this time. Save $10 per individual training session or an additional 5% discount per person on group training.

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This Month's Featured Young Living Essential Oil: Peace and Calming for Infant Colic

Peace and Calming is a relaxing blend of tangerine, orange, ylang ylang, patchouli, and blue tansy essential oils. Peace & Calming is a gentle, fragrant blend. When diffused, it helps calm tensions and uplift the spirit, promoting relaxation and a deep sense of peace. When massaged on the bottoms of the feet, it can be a wonderful prelude to a peaceful night's rest. Peace & Calming may be especially calming and comforting to young children after an overactive and stressful day. Many parents also find that diffusing it or massaging a small amount (diluted with oil) onto infants' feet can help relieve the symptoms of colic.

To order Peace and Calming essential oil, contact Chris at or order directly here.
March Events
Online Calendar

3/5, 3/12,
3/19, 3/26
Thursdays-Late Infrared Sauna Night

3/14 and 3/28

Infrared Sauna Saturdays

Lucky Shake of the Day

Young Living 101

All Month
Buy 2 Get 1 Infrared Sauna Sessions

All Month
$10 Off Individual Personal Training Sessions

2/14 through 3/17
Cupid to Clover Fitness Training Challenge

Late Thursday, & Saturday Sauna Hours in March!

More opportunities for you to get in for a Spring Detox!

Saturday sauna hours continue March 14th and 28th, from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. We will also be changing our late weekday sauna day from Wednesday to Thursday, with the sauna being available until 9:00 pm (Last appointment at 8:00 pm.). Please continue to watch upcoming newsletter posts, or refer to our Monthly Events section, for future late weekday & Saturday opportunities.
Please call 608-437-9990 to reserve your appointment, and click here for sauna information and recommendations. 

Take a video tour of our infrared sauna!

Chiropractic for Infant Colic

Dr. Brenda Trudell

March is Colic Awareness Month, and if you are a parent who has had a colicky baby, you are plenty aware.
Colic is defined as comfortless crying in a young child or a baby and the child exhibits periodic fussiness that can last at least 3 hours a day, 3 days a week, for 3 or more weeks. Colic is characterized by problems of loud piercing cry, tensed abdominal muscles, flexed legs, and clenched fingers. It generally starts around three weeks of age and lasts until around three months but sometimes lasts for as long as six months. Approximately 10-20% of babies are affected by colic.

There is no known single cause for colic, but there are many theories that could contribute to an infants’ non-stop crying. Some believe that colic may be related to birth trauma, or injury to the spine due to position in utero. If there is uneven muscle tension, or vertebrae out of alignment in the neck or upper back (which can cause nerve irritation leading to pain in organs like the stomach or other body tissues), this can cause a baby to be get extremely upset. Birth trauma may also cause irritation in the cranium, or skull of the infant, and cause many problems such as constant crying.

To learn how to help with colic, click here.
Household Exercise Equipment
Christopher Kazda


With enough creativity, you can transform just about any room into a total body fitness center. You’d be surprised at how much resistance equipment you can produce from basic household items, replacing the need for specific equipment in traditional strength exercises. Your body doesn’t care if the resistance is coming from a $2,000 piece of exercise equipment or from a heavy rock you’ve found on the ground. The important part is that you are working and challenging your body.

Take bicep curls for example. Just because you don’t have dumbbells doesn’t mean you can’t do them. You can use gallon jugs of water (filled to your appropriate level), grocery bags filled with weighted objects, or even a duffel bag/backpack filled with books, magazines, newspapers, cans of food, rocks, sand, and/or recycled full water bottles. Add things to the backpack until you have the perfect weight to challenge your muscles and then hold the top strap. You can even make a proper handle by intertwining a stick or branch into the strap. Most backpacks can hold up to 60 pounds or more.

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