Meesit Chiropractic

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11-28-2016:   11 Tips for Surviving the Holidays Without Packing On The Pounds

At parties:

1. Wear snug clothes - it will make you less likely to overindulge.

2. Keep your beverage in your dominant hand.
3. Don’t hover over the buffet table.
4. Don’t skip meals – if you arrive hungry and don’t have decent willpower, it will be easier to overeat.
5. Stand more than an arm’s length away from the buffet table so that you are not tempted to eat mindlessly while socializing.
6. Put only two or three items on your plate at one time. You can make multiple trips to the buffet table if you need to.
7. Make sure you eat some veggies – they are better calories to fill up on.
In general:
8. Plan your trips to the mall – don’t go hungry and plan your route to avoid the candy/cookie/ice cream shops. The sights and smells are meant to tempt you.
9. De-stress when necessary. Take time to unwind and decompress with some simple stretching, by meditation and/or by getting enough sleep. This will help avoid stress eating.
10. Exercising daily will not only burn calories, it can also reduce stress levels, which can result in less overeating.
11. Remember to come in for regular chiropractic adjustments. While chiropractic may not directly affect weight loss, it will benefit your health and help destress your body!
Good luck!

Previous Announcements

12-21-2015:  We would like to wish you, our patients and friends, and your families a happy and healthy holiday season! Our holiday hours at the office are as follows:  We will be open on Monday and Wednesday this week (Christmas week) and next week (New Year's week) from 9am to 6pm. Other times are by appointment only.Please call our office at 941-927-3770 if you need to schedule or reschedule appointments or if you have questions.

We will now be open on Thursdays from 2pm to 6pm and closed on Tuesday.  Massage therapy will also be available on Thursday also. We look forward to seeing you at your next visit! For our complete hours, click on the Contact Us page.

2-17-2014: How are you doing on your New Year's resolution(s)?  Making a resolution is simply making a goal. The problem most people have with reaching their goal/resolution is that a plan is not made to reach that goal. Further, goal setting is not limited to New Year's - you can make goals anytime!  If your resolution is health related, I can help you make a plan for reaching that goal! For more information, call us at 941-927-3770 or stop by!

2-10-2014: Are you or do you know someone who is "knotty"?  Just in time for Valentine's day, you can buy a 50 minute massage for just $45.00 (Value $70.00)!  Our Licensed Massage Therapists execute Swedish or deep-tissue massages. (Massage Estab Lic# MM20237)  Offer expires 2/14/2014.

The Fine Print: Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required; subject to availability. 24hr cancellation notice is required or certificate may be forfeited. 

More Fine Print: The patient and any other person responsible for payment has the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination or treatment, which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to advertisement for free service, examination or treatment.

Call us at 941-927-3770 or stop by!

2-3-2014: Need to buy a gift? Don't panic! We have products that make great gifts:

  • Gift certificates for: Massage (always a winner!) and Chiropractic care
  • Custom-made orthotics
  • Tempur-Pedic products
  • Nutritional supplements
  • Biofreeze/Cryoderm

Call us (941-927-3770) or stop by!

1-2-2014: Happy New Year! Please remember that each year, your insurance company holds you responsible for a deductible, according to your specific policy. Our assignment agreement with you is that any amount not covered by your insurance company becomes your responsibility, including the deductible.  As the new year begins, a new deductible will be taken from any insurance bill that is submitted to your company. If you have any questions, regarding this procedure, please feel free to inquire. :)