Entries by Dr. Sean Gimbert

Chiropractic Reduces Stress Hormones

Our bodies have incredible ways to regulate homeostasis and prevent illness and disease.  One of the most important ways it does that it through the Endocrine system.  And I’m going to show you how the chiropractic adjustment undoubtedly influences the Endocrine system. The Endocrine system is responsible for hormone production and regulation.  It’s often called […]

Chiropractic Pediatrics Palm Coast

Every parent wants a healthy child. Our children are the closest family to us. They are our own flesh and blood. We would do anything to ensure success for our kids. But the problem is, with all the information we have at our fingertips, how do we know the best way to help them when […]

Why is Stretching Important?

Stretching tips and myths debunked for greater spinal health. Stretching has been touted for it’s many benefits, some of which are true and some that are not-so-true.  Do you know why we should stretch, and for what reasons?  Here are some things to consider before doing your favorite sport or activity. Warming up before an […]

Flagler County Health Issues Interview

Dr. Sean Gimbert had the opportunity to sit down with WNZF radio of Palm Coast and share his take on current health issues, chiropractic advancements, and his background.  Listen and learn more about your community and how to stay healthy.     Visit our Main Website Give Us A Call => 386-227-7534

Attention Deficit Disorder and the Limbic System

Millions and millions of children are being diagnosed with attention deficit disorder (abbreviated ADD) and ADHD every year. The numbers are steadily increasing every year with no signs of slowing down. Something clearly is changing in our children, but what? If attention deficit disorder is suspected in a child, or even an adult, there are […]

Sickness From Nervous System Toxins

As a specialist in nervous system and nerve health, my job sometimes requires to think outside the box for difficult cases that come to the office. Patients who respond slowly to an initial phase of care may have external toxic stressors that must be addressed to allow the nervous system to fully recover. Nervous system […]