Bret Wilson

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.
Dr. Bret Wilson

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.
Bret Wilson DC

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.

Bell West Chiropractic

The practice welcomes people of all ages who suffer from spine, joint, nerve and muscle conditions that cause limitation and pain. Conditions common to most of their patients include pain in the low back, neck, reoccurring headaches, arm and leg pain. Click here for the full article.

How to Use Meditation for Pain Relief

Back pain is the leading cause of disability in Americans under 45 years old. Each year 13 million people go to the doctor for chronic back pain Click here for the full article.

National Chiropractic Health Month

The theme of this year’s promotion of chiropractic’s conservative approach to care is #PainFreeNation. Click here for the full article.
Dr Bret Wilson

Back Pain

Back pain resolution requires teamwork between the doctor and the patient. Treatment, home care exercise, proper use of medication and therapy work together to resolve symptoms, improve function and restore quality of life. Click here for the full article.
Dr Bret Wilson

Stress You Cannot Avoid It

We can be our own worst enemy, beating ourselves up with our own thinking. We can be harder on ourselves than we are on others. Practice self-compassion and start being nice to yourself and better manage stressful thoughts. Click here for the full article.