Dr. Bret Wilson has over 30 years of experience helping people achieve better health through safe effective chiropractic care. He graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1980, has taken post graduate training in spinal rehabilitation and Activator technique.

Dr. Bret is also has affiliation with Arizona Association of Chiropractic, Ohio State Chiropractic Association, American Chiropractic Association, Palmer Alumni Association, Delta Sigma Chi Fraternity, Certified Advanced Proficiency – Activator Methods American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board- Level Two Certification – 2004. He has held offices as Medicare Chairman, OSCA , Carrier Advisory Committee, Palmetto GBA, Medicare Ohio State Board Of Chiropractic Examiners, Site Inspection Team – 1998, OSCA Executive Committee, 1987- 1997, Past MVCS Board Member, Past President, Delta Sigma Chi Fraternity.  www.drbretwilson.com

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Alzheimer Disease, Memory Care, Caretakers

Recognition of the early stage Alzheimer’s or other dementia can help provide intervention at early stages and begin to plan how to provide support and care as the condition progresses. Click here for the full article.
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Opioid Task Force – Can it Work?

Opioid addiction and related deaths have a significant harmful effect on our country. The solutions must be multi-faceted and involve law makers, physicians, and patients Click here for the full article.
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Talking With Your Doctor

Taking a family member or friend with you to the appointment can help. This is especially true if there is disability or illness that impairs communication or comprehension. The other person can help with communication and understanding treatment options to help the doctor and patient to get better information. Click here for the full article.
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Spring Training for Health

Whether you are playing softball with friends, getting ready for t ball or playing in the big leagues, there are lessons to be learned. Proper fitness nutrition and rest can help avoid injury, Click here for the full article.
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Muscle Memory and Back Pain

Muscle Memory-Our bodies learn through repetition and create a memory of how to move in a sequential manner to achieve the movement. This is true when applied to riding a bike, playing the piano, exercise or the golf swing. For many skills, such as riding a bike, once we have learned, the muscle memory allows us to quickly resume riding a bike, even if we have not been on one for a long time. Click here for the full article.
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Healthy Holidays

Food is an important part of holiday celebrations. You can enjoy some of your favorites and with a few modifications make better choices to be merry and not over eat. Try to eat at regular intervals, don’t avoid eating all day to “save room” for the big holiday dinner that night. Regular meals help maintain normal blood sugar levels and help avoid over eating. Click here for the full article.
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Vertigo

A sudden onset of vertigo or other forms of dizziness should be evaluated by a physician. Most vertigo conditions are benign and self-limited. Click here for the full article.
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A Conservative Approach to Pain Management

Chiropractic care has shown to be effective and safe in the treatment of low back pain and neck pain. There is growing evidence that both acute and chronic conditions can benefit from chiropractic spinal manipulation. Click here for the full article.
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Pain Awareness Month

Chronic pain is a growing epidemic in our country. Pain can have devastating effects on activities of daily living, productivity, mental health and social interaction. Click here for the full article.
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Pokémon GO and Health

Pokémon Go, by my grandsons. Soon we were searching for Pikachus and Pokéstops, collecting Pokéballs and trying to hatch eggs. I am often left in the dust when it comes to keeping up with the kids and the latest video game, but I do enjoy watching their enthusiasm and focus. Click here for the full article.