New Iphone and Android App

Check out my new Iphone and Android app. I may be one of the first chiropractors in the country to have this. This new app shows all my posts instantly so that you can read from your phone at your leisure simply by clicking on the app.

You can simply search for Bloapp in your apps from your phone or you can go here to download for your respective type phone:

1) iPhone app:
2) Android app:

Then you simply scan my QR code below from within bloapp: It will open my app into  your bloapp page. Be sure to bookmark it from tab at bottom of page within bloapp.

And here’s what you’ll get: I hope you like.

Dr Cynthia Horner Iphone and Android app

New Video

A short little video we made yesterday for youtube and our Google places page about our office . Let us know if you like.

Young Athletes – Head and Neck Injuries

By Dr. Cynthia Horner

As a family health chiropractor I am often asked by parents if they should be concerned about head and neck injuries from hits to the head their young athletes receive in football, soccer, and some martial arts. Surprisingly high school and college football players receive as many as 1,600 blows to the head in a season that often result in head and neck injuries later in life. Continue reading

Natural Health Care v.s. Conventional Health Care

By Dr. Cynthia Horner

I’m often asked how does natural health care such as chiropractic, acupuncture, homeopathy or naturopathy differ from conventional  health care.  The difference is in the intention of the care giver. Continue reading

What Is Your Child’s Posture Telling You?

By Dr. Cynthia Horner

Your Child’s Posture can Tell you a Lot about Their Health.

Children are so elastic they seldom notice any restriction in motion or pain caused by muscles or joints. Unnatural or prolonged posture creates changes in how joints move no matter how old you are. Continue reading

The Hopes

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By Dr. Cynthia Horner

The hopes, dreams and ambitions of a different kind of chiropractor

I had always imagined there would be a place in this world for a health professional who wished to create a connection with those in her community. I pictured myself practicing in a small, casual office with my sleeves rolled up to my elbows and a big dog curled up asleep on the floor. I knew my credibility would not come from the title doctor or from a white lab jacket but from the personal relationships I built, and in knowing members of my community could trust and depend on me. In the last 21 years I have had the joy of  just that experience. Continue reading