Posted: April 23, 2020
By: Saulter Chiropractic Center




As we continue to navigate our way through this Corona Pandemic it is time to take charge and make lemonade out of lemons. 37 years ago I started my Chiropractic practice treating neuro-musculoskeletal disorders and educating patients about improving their health potential by choosing to live a healthy lifestyle. A healthy lifestyle is based on the choices we make good or bad each and everyday. After 5 weeks of doom and gloom the world health experts announced that to prevent future “Pandemics” we need to “improve the health of the human population”. Dah!!! A patient who is a pulmonary therapist told me last week that of the 17 people on ventilators at the hospital where he works, were obese, diabetic, or both.


Rather than focusing on all the things that are out of your control, I challenge you to identify and take the steps necessary to improve just one aspect of your lifestyle. For some this could simply be eating more fresh fruits and vegetables, losing weight, hydrating more, “drinking” less, eliminating nicotine, exercising more, getting plenty of rest, taking anti oxidant and immune supportive vitamins A, C, and D, maintaining your spinal health with regular chiropractic adjustments…..You are the “house keeper” of your body so take action and use this time to make a change to improve your health for a better future. I am always available to provide counsel and advice to help you make the necessary changes to improve your health. To save on recommended supplements visit and browse the online store and get discounts on supplements and shipping.


I want to remind everyone to take your temperature and wear a face covering when leaving home for “essential” outings like coming to our office. We are scheduling appointments to limit the number of people in the office and are no longer having patients in the waiting room. If you arrive and see others in the front office stay in your car and call and we will come and get you as soon as others have left and we have sanitized thoroughly. When you enter the office use the hand sanitizer at the front desk and go directly to the designated treatment room. You are no longer being asked to sign in.


We will continue to discount services for anyone unemployed, on unpaid furlough, or who have no insurance. We recently notified our local “first responders” to thank them for their efforts to keep us safe and that they will continue to have first priority for appointment times. If you are working on the front lines or know of a “first responder” locally or elsewhere who needs care, we will remain available for emergency visits 7 days a week.





Dr. Len