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Escalante Chiropractic and Sports Therapy

100 YEAR LIFESTYLE CHIROPRACTOR IN Escondido, CA 92025

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  • The Power That Heals The Body

        Do you understand the power that heals the body? Almost everyone has an inner knowledge that mental and emotional […]

  • A Prescription Drug Solution

          The high cost of prescription drug is often in the news and a major issue on many levels. Therefore, individuals, […]

  • You Could Be a Centenarian

        If you’ve been reading The 100 Year Lifestyle stories about centenarians, nonagenarians, and supercentenarians, you […]

  • Extreme Altitude Wines

        If you’ve been keeping up with The 100 Year Lifestyle stories of nonagenarians and centenarians, then you know that […]

  • Nature’s Blueprint for Health

        Nature’s blueprint for health. Exploring the predictive power of subluxations. In the natural sciences, a […]

  • The Fine Print

        The trust Americans have in our government’s handling of our health care has long been a topic of conversation. It was […]

  • What a Year of Chiropractic Care Could Mean for You

        Just imagine the possibilities. You are just one decision away from your healthiest year – perhaps ever. In the blink […]

  • Living Your Best 100 Year Lifestyle

        The New Year is almost here. As we look forward to the possibilities of what can be, and what we’d like to be, perhaps […]

  • The Tones of Health

        The Tones of Health D.D. Palmer, the originator of chiropractic, described chiropractic as an art, science, and […]

  • Do One Hard Thing

        We have the Japanese to thank for the idea of misogi. It’s a purifying ritual usually involving making a pilgrimage to […]

  • Dr. Eric Plasker Named Chiropractor of the Year

        In October, Dr. Eric Plasker, founder of The 100 Year Lifestyle, was named Chiropractor of the Year by Life University. […]

  • A Healthy Nervous System

      Understanding Dis-ease From Another Perspective Disease is not something to be feared, but rather understood as a natural […]