North Dallas Chiropractic Clinic Offers Valuable Patient Education Series

Monthly Event is Free and Open to all Members of the Community.

Dallas, TX, May 01, 2013 --( Whole Health Partners, a North Dallas-based chiropractic care and wellness clinic, hosted a vegetable fermentation workshop Tuesday night (4/16) to a packed house. Led by resident nutrition expert Dr. Matt Rayner, the event focused on educating the community about the benefits of probiotics and the process of fermenting your own vegetables at home to create these valuable nutrients. Dr. Rayner and the Whole Health Partners Team host community events every month which are focused on patient education, a matter which is central to the care provided by the clinic. The next event will take place on Tuesday, May 21st, and will focus on Blood Sugar and Adrenal Management.

Since 1996, Whole Health Partners has been providing a patient centered, holistic approach to chiropractic wellness and whole health care under the direction of internationally acclaimed chiropractor Dr. Francis X. Murphy. Dr. Rayner has been a member of the WHP Team for more than 2 years, starting as an intern with the CBI Program while attending Parker University. Dr. Rayner completed his undergraduate education at the University of Windsor in Canada, and was Salutatorian of the Parker University Class of 2011. Dr. Rayner also received the Class of 2011 Award for Diagnostic Excellence, as well as the Award for Excellence in the Sciences, presented by Parker University. He specializes in rehabilitation therapy and application of specialized exercises and treatment plans to address the individual needs of patients with neurobehavioral and neurodegenerative conditions.

Dr. Rayner says he enjoys educating the patients of Whole Health Partners and surrounding community. His ultimate goal is to make complex material easier to understand so patients can be empowered to make healthier decisions. Dr. Rayner is also available for one-on-one consultations to assess nutritional deficiencies and further educate patients about how to create customized dietary plans to support their unique health needs. He says, “By balancing nutrients in the body, patients will have more energy, improve their health and support long-term well-being.”

Adrenal glands are a type of endocrine gland that are triangular in shape and located on top of the kidneys. They release cortisol, a hormone responsible for several stress-related changes in the body. Adrenal fatigue can be caused by prolonged stress and causes disruption in many of the body’s processes, which can result in high blood pressure, weight gain, low blood sugar, anxiety, inability to concentrate, light-headedness on standing, and allergies.

For more information on Dr. Rayner or the Whole Health Partners monthly patient education series, please call 214.368.3030.
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