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Free to attend, however seating is limited, to reserve your seat click HERE. We hope yo see you there!

News Letter

Happy New Year!


Whether we want them or not, the New Year will bring new challenges; whether we seize them or not, the New Year will bring new opportunities. – Michael Josephson

A new year is the perfect time to implement the changes we’ve been meaning to to improve our lives.  But merely making resolutions and making changes to improve your life by seizing opportunities are vastly different.  It is up to YOU to act on what you’ve resolved to do…don’t let your fresh ideas for the new year fizzle out as time passes.

A resolution can be made anytime, any day of the year. All it takes is a bit of commitment, motivation, and guidance along the way



 Whole 30:


Click here to request Ashley to add you to our private Facebook group.  The Whole 30 is a 30 day diet based on the New York Times bestselling book The Whole 30.  The BFFC Whole 30 Facebook is led by BFFC team member Ashley and will provide support, instruction, guidance and community as you go through the 30 with others in the BFFC community!


New Year, New You

January 9, 7:00PM

Bright Futures Family Chiropractic Office


The New Year is upon us!!  Have you made resolutions but you’re not sure if they’ll stick? Are you having trouble coming up with meaningful resolutions, or any resolutions at all?  Do you need a push in the right direction, some motivation, and/or inspiration to put steps in place to achieve a happier you?

 This event is for YOU. During New Year, New You, Dr. Stephanie and Ashley will be sharing resources, motivational materials, and vital tools necessary to make positive changes in your life!  Click here to register or get more information.

 Regardless of the goal, the BFFC team will be here to help you become accountable for you to live your best and most authentic life.


Patient Appreciation Week

Weeks of January 15 & January 22

In the office, normal business hours:

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It’s become an annual tradition at Bright Futures, on the anniversary of our opening (it’s been three years now!) we celebrate YOU – our BFFC tribe!!  We’ll have trivia contests, for kids and adults with daily prizes, treats for all, and a special gift to all of the wonderful members of the BFFC Tribe!  We appreciate every one of you and are so proud to share this journey toward health with you!  We hope you enjoy the festivities!!!


Delivered – On-Line Edition:

Both of Dr. Stephanie’s signature events are now available to watch on video from the comfort of your home!  Delivered will help those who are expecting understand how “common” choices in pregnancy and birth are leading to more interventions and the long-term effects those interventions may have on the health of our children.   Click the link to hear her discuss the realties of these interventions that others may not, and alternatives and ACTION STEPS to achieve the birth experience and have the healthy, happy baby you desire!


Perfect Storm – On-Line Edition:

If you haven’t had a chance to see Dr. Stephanie present this information live, click on this link for a video of Dr. Stephane presenting The Perfect Storm.  Listen, learn & enjoy!  Although the workshop is geared toward children – specifically children with neurodevelopmental disorders – the neurological pathways discussed are applicable to all ages (potentially even more so in adults, who may have been exposed to the stressors for much longer periods of time).  Why do we keep pushing this?  BECAUSE THE INFORMATION IS SO IMPORTANT TO YOU, YOUR FAMILY, AND GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR CARE!



 The office will be CLOSED on Friday January 12 as Dr. Stephanie attends another powerful quarterly training event to stay up on the latest trends and techniques and networks with other Drs. to discuss how to get the best results for YOU!

 Thanks as always for your flexibility and feedback!!  We are here for YOU!

Chiropractic Corner:


“The Three Ts”

In his 1910 text, The Chiropractor’s Adjuster, D.D. Palmer identified the causes of vertebral subluxation as the Three T’s— thoughts, trauma and toxins. Since that time, we have expanded our understanding of how these factors impact our body’s function, but the basic concepts Palmer laid down for the profession he founded have survived the test of time.

 When our brain senses harm either from a traumatic injury, stressful thought or exposure to a toxin, it shifts into protection mode—the fight-or-flight response. The brain notes the body’s level of harm and determines whether we should be in fight-or-flight mode or if we have the “all clear” and can invest energy in growth and repair. Our entire body is hardwired neurologically to respond to these signals one way or another: We cannot be both in growth and protection at the same time. The signals that inform the brain of our status are our “thoughts,” both from our mind and our body. While stressful mental activity includes negative, angry, fearful or depressed thoughts, physical traumas and toxic exposures represent negative “body thoughts,” influencing the same centers of the brain as these mental thoughts do.

 These harm signals reach four key areas in the brain, of which three are subconscious and one is conscious. As you can imagine, we can be consciously aware of being angry, feeling nauseous from something we smell, or feeling pain from an injury, but an abundance of subconscious signals from these same circumstances reach the following key areas of the brain: the hippocampus (the center for learning), the amygdala (the stress and anxiety center), and the hypothalamus (the neuroendocrine control center, which initiates a cascade of events preparing us for fight or flight).

 Chiropractic adjustments and whole-body exercise, purity and sufficiency of our daily nutrient intake, and positive and loving thoughts contribute to creating high-quality input to the nervous system. This constructive input enhances healing, growth and balanced function. Health really boils down to homeostasis (balanced function) at the cellular level. To create a lifetime of health that can survive like D.D. Palmer’s principles, we must provide our bodies with optimal input throughout our lives.

 This is Dr. Stephanie’s passion, ask her about it to hear more insight!!


December Chalkboard/Pictures From Past Events

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New Year’s Resolutions