Issue 009 / Summer 2019 / Page 1
A Day in the Life
Ohm Family Chiropractic has been serving the community since 1981. Dr. Justin cares for children and adults, with a special emphasis in perinatal chiropractic — care for expectant mothers. The unique physiological needs in pregnancy and childhood require very specific attention, and Dr. Justin collaborates with numerous midwives, obstetricians, doulas and lactation consultants. Ohm Chiropractic currently hosts Blossoming Bellies birth classes as well as free lactation support meetings by Life Cycle Woman's Care. Parents who understand the importance of chiropractic care for overall health and well-being insist on bringing in their whole family for care.
9:00AM After dropping his kids off at their school and homeschool co-op, Dr. Justin heads into work. Sometimes he brings the family dog, Rey, with him. Rey loves to get pets from all of the kids who come in.
10:30AM Dr. Justin starts to see patients. Families and individuals come to see Dr. Justin for help caring for their whole body, focusing on keeping their spines and nervous systems healthy.
1:30PM Dr. Justin eats lunch. He's got to stay fueled...there are people to help!
2:15PM Time to start seeing patients again. Dr. Justin helps by adjusting his patients. An adjustment stretches the spine to help it be more healthy. It feels really good. Kids like being adjusted too!
7:00PM It's getting late. Dr. Justin saw a lot of patients today, and he is tired. Time for him to head home and read some stories to his four children. Then off to bed! Tomorrow will be another day to help people be healthy with chiropractic.
Bok Bar News!
Kids are now welcome at Bok Bar every day the bar is open! Any child up to 12 years old can come up to Bok Bar with their parents until sunset. On Sundays, kid- and dog-friendly hours are 2PM - 6PM!
Give a Warm Welcome To….
We are excited to welcome a new addition to the Bok building: Beehive at Bok! Beehive is an indoor playspace designed for babies, toddlers, and children ages birth to 7 and their caregivers, offering drop-in play, membership options, arts, music and movement-based classes, story times, playgroups, and private event space. Beehive is slated to open in fall 2019 — keep an eye out for updates and more info!