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My Japanese Blessing - Part One

Written By Dr. Philip Conklin on October 27, 2016

...she was a widowed and seemingly frail Caucasian of 84 years. Mrs. Arakawa adorned the fashion of a bygone Japanese era of old world affluence adorned in a heavy silk Kimono style embroidered floral print blouse, mid shin belled silk... Read More


My Japanese Blessing - Part Two

Written By Dr. Philip Conklin on October 27, 2016

I explained the treatment and what the adjustment would entail. She agreed to it and I positioned her on her right side contacting the left sacroiliac joint with the pisiform of my right hand. "Take a deep breath" I informed... Read More


Water Meanderings - Part One

Written By Dr. Philip Conklin on October 25, 2016

For thousands of years the earth's water supply has been recycling itself through the perpetual process of evaporation and condensation from reservoirs, oceans, streams, rivers as well as from the byproducts of animal and vegetable sources diligently and faithfully returning... Read More


Water Meanderings - Part Two

Written By Dr. Philip Conklin on October 25, 2016

Water consumption plays an important role for the digestion of solid foods in the gastrointestinal tract. The digestive system depends on a sufficient amount of water to assist with the breakdown of foods. The acids and enzymes that are secreted... Read More


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