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Wednesday, January 4, 2017

2017 News

Beginning in 2017, Pace Family Chiropractic will welcome a new member to our team. Lori DiBartolo will be consulting with Dr. Sarah and acting as our Biomedical Educator.

Lori has spent the past 11 years researching Autism in hopes to find answers for her son who was diagnosed at 2 years old. Her determination to heal the medical attributes associated with her son's diagnosis has led to her to become a passionate advocate for other children and families. After attending nationwide conferences in biomedical healing and being advised by the two of the top doctors in the field, she began her consulting work for local families and agencies.

Collaborating with Dr. Pace will allow her clients to receive all the assistance they need in one place.  She is excited to work with our neurosensory program and is eager to share her expertise with all our patients. In her free time, Lori is a parent representative at CSE meetings in local school districts and a mom of 3. We are so excited to have Lori aboard and we encourage our families to reach out to her- she is a great resource!

 

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Thursday, December 15, 2016

PFC Ranked in Top 19 Chiropractors on Expertise

Pace Family Chiropractic has been named as one of the top nineteen chiropractors in Rochester! Expertise's Director of Community Forrest Kolb contacted us this week to let us know. Expertise ranks businesses based upon 25 criteria from reputation and credibility to experience and availability. 

You can learn more about their services here.


Best Chiropractors in Rochester
 

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Monday, October 27, 2014

Qi Gong for a Healthy Neck and Spine

Did you know:

  • The ancient practice of qi gong is an excellent complement to chiropractic care?
  • Practicing qi gong excercises on a regular basis can improve the flow of energy through your neck and spine?
  • Qi gong healing sessions can help the body heal itself?
  • Anyone can do it, regardless of age or level of fitness!
  • Want to learn more?

Join certified Qi Gong Therapist Lori Scime right here at Pace Family Chiropractic for a free seminar on October 29th at 5:45 for an introductory class.

Participants will learn:

  • What qi is, and how to sense this energy in the body
  • Simple yet powerful exercises for the neck and spine
  • Meditation that helps with low back pain
  • The value of qi gong healing sessions

Register now by calling (585)218-4212 or emailing drsarah@pacefamilychiropractic.com

 

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Parent Education Event: Alternative Treatment Options for ADHD, SPD, Autism and Learning Disorders

Alternative Treatment Options for ADHD, SPD, Autism Spectrum & Learning Disorders

COMMUNITY SERVICE EVENT
SATURDAY APRIL 26TH, 2014
9AM: REGISTRATION
9:30: PRESENTATION STARTS
MONROE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
BLDG 8 ROOM 200 PARKING LOT J

Drs. Joe Manza, Sarah Pace & Jackie West will be presenting a lecture on brain and nervous system function and their critical roles for social, motor and academic learning.

If your child has been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder or other learning disorders, you will not want to miss this presentation.

Learn of drug-free treatment options that can help “turn on the lights” to your child’s nervous system and allow them to reach their full learning potential!

Great for parents and teachers!

Call 334-7555 to reserve your seat, or sign up on eventbrite! Registration is $20.00.

Space is limited- the first 50 people to register will be entered to win various raffle prizes that day!
 

 

Eventbrite - Alternative Treatment Options for ADHD, SPD, Autism Spectrum & Learning Disorders

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Friday, September 13, 2013

Late Summer Eating

Summer is ending, and it seems as though fall is near. But did you know that according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) we are actually in a fifth season known as “late summer?” It is middle of the Chinese calendar, the time when the earth transitions from its more Yang nature to Yin – the time between the expansive growth of spring and summer to the cooler more dormant qualities of fall and winter. It is the season of balance. This season encompasses the last month of summer and the fifteen days surrounding each equinox and solstice. In TCM, it corresponds with the Earth element.
The Earth element governs the organs of the spleen, pancreas and stomach. When these organs are healthy we have a sense of harmony and balance. We are nurturing to ourselves and others. We are strong, practical and hard working.
To attune ourselves to this season, eat foods that are harmonizing or represent the center. Foods that are mildly sweet, yellow or golden in color and round in shape are very helpful. Incorporate organic corn (most conventionally grown corn comes from genetically modified seeds and therefore not recommended), carrots, cabbage, garbanzo beans, squash, potatoes, string beans, yams, organic soy (no GMO’s), sweet potatoes, rice, millet, amaranth, peas, chestnuts, filberts, apricots, and cantaloupe. It is no coincidence that these are the foods that are currently in season. When preparing foods, use minimal seasoning, and avoid too many ingredients.


But what if your spleen, pancreas , and stomach are out of balance? Symptoms of an imbalance in this system include general fatigue and weakness, loose stools or diarrhea, food sensitivities, nervous indigestion, trouble losing or gaining weight, ulcers, anemia, and organ prolapses. Emotionally, you may get overwhelmed easily. You worry excessively, or you may feel like you are “stuck” in your life. If you have any of the above conditions, avoid foods that are cold in temperature or cooling in nature. In addition to the foods mentioned above, pungent vegetables and warming spices such as onions, leeks, black pepper, ginger, cinnamon, fennel, garlic and nutmeg are very healing. Many contain anti- inflammatory properties.
Lastly, when you eat, sit at the table free from distractions. Do not read or watch television. Chew your food thoroughly. Smaller and more frequent meals may be helpful. Remember food should be no cooler than room temperature. Foods should be at least moderately well cooked.
Following these steps along with gentle exercises such as qi gong and tai chi, will do wonders in helping you achieve balance and harmony. Be well.
~Lori
Certified Qi Gong Therapist

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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Momwise Conference

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