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New Practice Members & Interested Others: Informational & complimentary Dinner with the Doctor Aug. 11, 2015 at Chatterbox Pub

Whole Family Chiropractic

Tuesday, August 11, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (CDT)

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WHAT IF…your family and friends knew they had more control over their brain function--and their health--than they thought?

What if they or their children didn't have to "live with it"--whether "it" is headaches, anxiety, asthma, add/adhd, tantrums, back or neck issues, bedwetting/frequency, or sports injuries?

Come hear Dr. Tye Moe explain how neurological function can help or hurt your brain and body health--and how to improve it and get rid of "issues" without drugs or surgery. This talk is intended to provide our new practice members with additional information as well as a place they can bring family or friends who want information.


WHEN: 6PM-7:30PM TUESDAY, August 11, 2015



Reserve your places online at or call 651-789-0033 with questions. Tickets are complimentary but you must register or get on the in-office reservation list.

Invite family or friends and teachers or therapists who work with kids to be your guests--and learn information that could change their lives!

Have questions about New Practice Members & Interested Others: Informational & complimentary Dinner with the Doctor Aug. 11, 2015 at Chatterbox Pub? Contact Whole Family Chiropractic

When & Where

Chatterbox Pub
800 Cleveland Avenue South
Saint Paul, MN 55116

Tuesday, August 11, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (CDT)

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Whole Family Chiropractic

Dr. Tye Moe and Dr. Chelsey Henney of Whole Family Chiropractic in St. Paul are neurological and pediatric chiropractors. The office is located centrally to both Minneapolis and St. Paul, just two blocks east of the Mississippi River off Ford Parkway (Minnehaha Parkway).

In addition to doctorates from Northwestern Health University, each has 100+ hours of specialized pediatric training through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA).
Both doctors also have special training and certification gained by only 10 percent of chiropractors in Torque Release neurological care—a very specific, very gentle, highly effective neurological adjustment.

To give a neurological adjustment, the chiropractic doctors who use Torque Release Technique check the neurological reflexes in the back when you are lying down and out of gravity. For example, one leg will typically shorten up a bit if there is a nerve branch that is stressed.  By quickly touching certain areas in the back, the doctors check to zero in on exactly where an adjustment is needed. It is this specificity of the adjustment that first sets apart practictioners of TRT, and one of the main reasons these adjustments are so extremely effective.

Once the area of nerve interference is identified, the doctor gives and adjustment using an Integrator, which is an FDA approved device some call the "clicker" that simply puts a very precise tiny tap of vibration into that vertebra or area of the spine.  What happens is that the nerve begins to conduct better, and the body then is able to receive enough information from the brain and fro other body systems to begin correcting the malfunction. Over a period of weeks or months, people find that their issues disappear and their immune system becomes stronger, reducing sick days and doctor visits.

The reason TRT adjustments are also referred to as neurological adjustments is that when the doctor checks the neurological reflexes, she or he is looking to see if there are areas where there is reduced or impaired communication along the spinal cord and nerves and remove the interference causing this. This enables basically a restoration of normal spinal cord/nerve function, so that increasingly, all the messages from the brain to the body and from the body (organs, glands, muscles) back to the brain are communicated.  The enables the body to fairly quickly and naturally restore and maintain normal function--which has incredible implications for the long-term health of both children and adults.  

Many people do not know that the same nerves that serve, for example, the areas of the back, shoulder, arm, head, or gut where you may be having issues, also serve internal organs--the heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, colon, reproductive organs, glands, and so on. When you have a symptom, in other words, it is not just where you have the symptom that your body is being affected--it is the internal organs that nerve serves, too. So restoring nerve function that alleviates your symptoms also restores full communication between your brain and your organs and maximizes organ function. Think what a difference that can make in your long-term health!
Finally, combined, Dr. Moe and Dr. Henney have 12 years' experience helping around 1000 children and adults in the Twin Cities, and have spoken to parents, educators, and therapists across the Metro area. 
The doctors have had great success in helping kids develop optimally, whether they started out with developmental delays or their parents simply wanted to maximize their brain development and overall health. 
As the name implies, Whole Family also sees many adults and entire families who have found they are able to maximize health and function, “get rid” of issues, and reduce both sick days and doctor visits.


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New Practice Members & Interested Others: Informational & complimentary Dinner with the Doctor Aug. 11, 2015 at Chatterbox Pub
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