Greetings. Thank you for stopping by. My name is Dr. Anthony Stuart Cutting. I am a Doctor of Chiropractic care, serving the Greater Eugene, Oregon area.
My mission is to address all the aspects of the community’s well-being by providing quality chiropractic care and rehabilitative services as tools to better each individual’s physical, emotional and social health.
I have a passion for family practice chiropractic with a particular interest in sports medicine, approaching patient care from a holistic standpoint. I have experience working with athletes of all ages and levels, as well as treatment of headaches and jaw complaints. I am passionate about giving patients the education and resources they need through nutrition counseling, rehabilitation, and postural correction in order for them to actively participate in their care.
My goal is to work alongside my patients throughout the chiropractic treatment, restoring proper body mechanics and reclaiming functional ability utilizing any of the following proven techniques:
Spinal and Extremity Manipulation Techniques such as Diversified, Drop-Table, and Instrument-Assisted
Physical Therapy Modalities
Active Release Technique (ART)
Instrument-assisted Myofascial Release
Exercise, Stability, and Stretching Prescription
Kinesio Taping, Athletic Taping
I believe in health as a lifestyle, and I strive to cultivate that in my patients as well. Chiropractic care is only one part of a healthy lifestyle, which should always include a healthy diet, regular physical activity and natural approaches and alternatives to care created for us.
I'd love to help you reach your health goals. Contact me today, and let's discuss how we can partner together to create a healthy lifestyle for you!
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Winning the Hunger Game For those working on weight loss, here are a few good "Food Guidelines" to follow:
Eat when you're hungry, not when you're full- before reaching for a snack, try this test: If you're not hungry enough to eat an apple, then you're probably not hungry, and instead just may be bored or need water.
Eat Slowly- It takes about 20 minutes before your brain realizes you are full, so try to slow down when eating by using strategies such as setting down your fork/spoon between bites, or eating at the dinner table with family and engaging in conversation with your loved ones (you get much more fulfillment out of that than just satiety, as you foster meaningful relationships).
Trust your gut, not your eyes- Start your meals with smaller portions and eat slowly as mentioned above. If you are truly still hungry after 20 minutes, get seconds that are no more than half the size of the original portion. The brain will eat more if the eyes see more, and less if less seen. Try using smaller plates/bowls too, so the food appears larger by filling out the plate or bowl.
January 2013; Dr. Anthony S. Cutting, DC
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