Holiday Hours!

The office will be closed Monday and Tuesday, December 25th and 26th for the Christmas holiday. We will reopen on Wednesday the 27th with adjustments from 9-9:30 and new patient exams the rest of the day. Thursday the 28th will be regular office hours from 8:30-12:15 and 2:30-5:00. Call Sami at 479-442-2755 to get scheduled.

The office will also be closed on Monday January 1st for New Year’s Day.

Happy Holidays and enjoy this time with your friends and families! 🙂

6 Healthy Holiday Gift Ideas!

*Originally posted December 2016*

Holiday shopping season is here! Some people have already taken advantage of black Friday or cyber Monday and they don’t need this post. They should still read it though because these ideas encourage health and wellness. If you are buying someone a gift, chances are that you love them or at least like them a little bit. Typically, we want people we love or even just like a little bit to be around for a long time.  Not only do we want these people to be around longer, we want them to feel their best and be their best. The following ideas encourage health and overall wellness:

  1. Fitness classes/gym membership/workout gear- Know someone that has been talking about trying a yoga, barre, or pilates class? Most one day class passes are about $10-15 and a lot of places will have a discount for brand new students or discounts if you purchase packages of 5 or 10 classes. What about someone that already has a gym or crossfit membership?  Pick up the tab for them for a month or two. Feeling really generous? You might score a discount by paying for the year in advance. High-quality workout gear is a great idea for people that like to spend time outside or are trying to increase their activity levels. Uncle Sam’s is a great local spot to shop.
  2. Cooking gear- The friend or family member that has been making healthier food choices and is interested in a real food, paleo, primal, or Weston A Price traditional diet will want a few things that make cooking real food easier. Veggie spiralizers are magical things that turn zucchini and other veggies into noodle like spirals that are absolutely awesome and an amazing pasta or grain substitution. I own the one in the link and I LOVE it. I’ve heard lots of good things about the instant pot. It makes nutrient dense bone broth in an hour! (For reference, bone broth is usually a 12 hour or more event.) Food processors, juicers, good knives or anything that makes cooking a bit easier will be appreciated by a real-food or paleo/primal foodie.
  3. Something Local- Fayetteville, Arkansas is a wonderful place to purchase something made locally. Great Ferments and JR’s Kombucha are just two local, small, family owned businesses. Sauerkraut and kombucha both contain probiotics that improve gut health and they are both darn delicious.
  4. Essential Oils- Anyone that is trying to improve their overall health and looking for natural options to keep their family well needs to check out high quality essential oils. Contact me to find out more about doterra certified pure therapeutic grade oils.
  5. Experiences- Tired of buying kids toys that they lose interest in quickly or getting them an electronic device and now they don’t want to do anything but play on the device? Get them a memory. Instead of buying more stuff, try tickets to a show at the Walton Arts Center, art or music classes, tickets to the children’s museum or a homemade gift certificate for a future hike or camping trip.
  6. New Patient Chiropractic Exam- Do you have a friend or family member that has been trying to get healthier? Back pain is not a requirement. Chiropractic makes a great addition to a wellness lifestyle. You can  purchase a gift certificate for the initial exam at our office, including any needed x-rays, and a separate consultation with Dr. Denny Warren.

Now that you are equipped with 6 great holiday gift ideas that encourage health and wellness you can start shopping! Your friends and family will thank you for years to come.

Natural Care for Ear Infections

Did you know that Dr. Denny and Dr. Mandy specialize in working with kids and babies? They have helped so many families care for ear infections and avoid unnecessary antibiotics and procedures.

In this video, Dr. Denny explains various methods for treating ear infections without the use of antibiotics.