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According to a recent double blind study that was published in the Journal of Hypertension, Atlas re-alignments helped normalize blood pressure. The blood pressure changes were equivalent to what would be expected, utilizing two hypertensive medications. Get a consulatation with Barone Spinal Care & Performance to se if your Atlas is out of Aligment.

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Roger's "High Five" for the B.T.H.R. on 03/08/14

#1. Dr. Barone revealed his four secret keys to optimal health. Very cool that the Faith Component is the first key.
#2. Call-in guest Kevin Saurer's explained how to me his success at Barone Spinal Care & Performance made him declare: "Don't resign yourself to living with pain."
#3. Dr. Barone's amazing offer to BTHR listeners to have a consultation and exam with him for only $21!! (call 847-619-7579 by Monday at 5pm!)
#4. Giving a shout-out to new listener Megan Magnuski, and talking about her awesome testimonial letter!
#5. Dr. Barone (umm) talking about (umm) how he says "umm" too much!  :D

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Awesome Testimonial: Megan Magnuski

From: Megan Magnuski
Sent: Sunday, March 02, 2014 9:29 PM
To: Dr. Jeremy Barone
Subject: Posted review on Yelp,, google and yahoo


For the last 12 years, I have been a very active woman and certifiable heath nut. I lift and/or run daily, I compete in events like Tough Mudder annually, amid the daily rigor of a full time career and the day to day hazards of life. I pay close attention to what I eat, and feel I do a good job of caring for the only body I’ll have.
Although many friends, coworkers and fellow gymmates often mentioned how much they loved their chiropractor- I had never really taken the time to understand why. I just thought of all the snapping, and uncomfortable twists and pops I had watched on television. That was the extent of my exposure, until I ran into the Dr. Barone at my gym.

The initial scan took a mere 2-3 seconds and I was staring at a chart showing my nerve activity, in bright red bars. Red; never a good color.
Dr. Barone explained briefly, how improper spinal alignment can be detrimental to someone as active as myself, so I decided to see what he and his staff could do for me.

The office was friendly and inviting and despite my initial prognosis of being ‘out’ or misaligned, I was provided with a plan that detailed how we (myself and the staff) planned to restore alignment.

I didn’t have a list of pre-existing issues, but I wanted to see if there was another level of health, that chiropractic treatment could help me achieve. Dr. Barone pointed out that my left leg was 3/4” longer than my right. I wasn’t going to be ok with that- so I signed up for a plan to correct this dramatic difference.

Dr. Barone uses the NUCCA technique, which (thankfully) is a painless adjustment, followed by a 15 minute relaxation for the adjustment to set. My first time though- I really thought it wasn’t possibly going to work. I left the office perfectly straight, and didn’t feel any different.
    Hours after, my entire body responded with aches and pains. After years of being out of alignment, all my muscles had become comfortable in the incorrect position! Dr. Barone followed up with me that night. He explained why I was feeling the discomfort, and I understood that it was necessary part of the process of re-aligning my spine.
That was the only time that an adjustment caused me any real discomfort. With each visit, I was noticing quite a few changes. Increased endurance while lifting and running, reduction in allergy flare ups, less tension in my back, and something I didn’t even list as an issue, disappeared. I had suffered from wrist pain in my right wrist as a result of a break when I was 11. It was such a constant in my life, that I didn’t even put it down as an issue to be addressed by chiropractic treatments. I had been living with it for 16 years!
Winter seems to cause the worst pain in my wrist, and here we are, amid this crazy winter (2013-2014) and NO pain at all. No pain lifting, writing, stapling, typing…. all the things which previously had caused me agony, now have no negative affect on me.

I am three months into treatment, and while I still end up out of alignment, I have full confidence that Dr. Barone and his staff will continue to keep me healing to a healthy straight spine. I am very thankful that this opportunity presented itself, and that Dr. Barone revised my own outlook on my overall health. I believe that with continued treatment, I will be able to be a healthier version of myself, than I thought possible.

If you are interested in visiting a Chiropractic office, I highly recommend giving Dr. Barone and his staff an opportunity to show you how adjustments can change your life. I only wish I found them sooner!

Megan Magnuski


Roger Plummer's "High Five" for the BTHR of 03/01/14

Here's my "High Five" for the excellent BTHR program that aired on March 1st:

#1. Our guest Karen Feuling's amazing story of how she overcame 20 years of back and neck pain thanks to the Barone Spinal Care & Performance!
#2. Dr. Barone explaining the S.A.I.D. Principle and how using it can help your body.
#3. Learning why sitting for long periods of time is bad for your health.
#4. Dr. Barone's explaining why drugs often are not the best treatment for ADD and ADHD.
#5. Dr. Barone chewing me out for waiting for weeks to go to the doctor regarding my ear infection! "Ouch!"


M.J. Miller & Sponsorhips

Back to Health Radio is excited to announce two new sponsors of the show. 

Our new title sponsor is M.J. Miller & Co.  M.J. Miller is one of the largest privately owned jewelry retail organizations in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago specializing in engagement rings, custom designs, fine white and colored diamonds, precious gemstone jewelry, designer brands, luxury timepieces from Switzerland, crystal, sterling silver flatware, porcelain china, stemware and home fragrances.  They strive everyday to earn the confidence of their clients by exceeding their expectations.  Once you walk through the doors at M.J. Miller & Co. you become part of the family.

We are also excited to announce Internet Solutions, Inc. as our new web design and content management team. is a Schaumburg, IL based web design and development firm that provides internet services to individuals, orgnaizations and businesses.  They can provide everything from simple website hosting and domain registration, to fully customized eCommerce solutions.

Please visit our two new sponsors, and tell them that Back to Health Radio sent you!


Belly Fat & Dementia Risk

Belly Fat in Middle Age Raises Dementia Risk
'Spare tire' had strongest association with senility, study found

By Randy Dotinga

THURSDAY, May 20 (HealthDay News) -- A preliminary study suggests that excess fat in the abdomen during middle age boosts the risk of dementia later in life.
An estimated 24.3 million people worldwide suffer from dementia, which can stem from Alzheimer's disease or other causes.
In the new study, Dr. Sudha Seshadri, of Boston University School of Medicine, and colleagues examined the medical records of 733 people with an average age of 60. About 70 percent were women.
The research confirms that increasing levels of body-mass index -- a measurement of whether someone's height and weight are proportional -- in middle-aged people corresponds with lower brain volumes when they are older, Seshadri said in a news release.
"More importantly, our data suggests a stronger connection between central obesity, particularly the visceral fat component of abdominal obesity, and risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease," Seshadri said.
"Our findings, while preliminary, provide greater understanding of the mechanisms underlying the link between obesity and dementia," Seshadri said. "Further studies will add to our knowledge and offer important methods of prevention."

SOURCE: American Neurological Association, press release, May 20, 2010
Dr. Barone’s Comments:  So why dementia? This article simply shows a connection between excess fat in the abdomen and obesity. Is it the excess fat in the abdomen area or is it the lack of exercise and proper eating habits that lead to the excess fat in the abdomen area leading to dementia? It is a well know fact that individuals who exercise regularly, function better mentally and physically. Subluxation of the spine will also contribute to lack of mental function Get your families checked for subluxation ASAP and don’t forget that our consultation now includes the multi-point fitness assessment.