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Keeping Track of Your Health

New Office Protocol

New Month, New Process!

This June, we are implementing a new examination process for all initial exams and re-exams.  For the new examination process, we will now be taking your blood pressure, BMI, and foot scans.  These new tests will help us track your overall progress more thoroughly as well as give you an understanding of your general health.

“I myself like to be informed on what is going on with my body and the purpose behind any treatments I may undertake.  The main reason for this change in the examination process is truly for us to help you keep track of your health and for you to take charge of it. Baring this in mind, here are snips of why I want to implement these scans into my examination process.

Blood pressure

A medical staple, can help you keep track of your heart and vascular health as well as indicating hormonal imbalances.


A standard assessment on body proportion to weight, lets you know if you are at health risks associated with being overweight or obese.

Foot scans

Which are optional at our office, provide you with a map of pressure points on your feet relative to your normal posture and reveal frame distortion that causes a lot of conditions.

Just by doing these 3 simple assessments, you can gain so much knowledge about the state of your body.  Let’s get healthy together the natural way.”


Dr. Andy Stynchula

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  1. Lauren says
    Jun 24, 2015 at 2:30 PM

    Great post! You should definitely check your blood pressure often as well as your BMI to track your progress. Keeping track of your health is a very important priority.

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