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Gallbladder Flush

To decrease chances of cramping, do 1 quart of apple juice daily for 3-5 days prior to flush. Liver cleanse and gallbladder cleanse flush NO surgery Ingredients 1/2 Cup Olive Oil Extra Virgin  (= 1.25 dl)  Juice of -1 big grapefruit (2 small) (Or 3 lemons) 4 tablespoon Epsom salts =  ( MgSO4 + 7H2O) 3 cups water (=750 dl)  You can substitute 3 cups water (that is used in this …Read More


This is a generic term used to describe an injury to the neck caused by a sudden and violent movement in one direction then the other way. This occurs most often in car crashes, sports or work injuries, and falls. The injury is a result of a strain/sprain of the neck. A sprain is where the ligaments that help support, protect, and restrict excessive movement of the vertebrae are torn. …Read More


90% of Americans suffer from headaches, either occasional or often, at levels from irritating to debilitating pain/nausea. Do you bear with it and keep going, lie down for awhile, or take a pain pill and wait for the pain to go away? There is a better answer. Research shows that Chiropractic Spinal Manipulation can be effective for muscle tension headaches and those that originate in the neck. About 5% of …Read More


As you may know there are big changes coming to the DOT with regards to routine physicals guidelines for the drivers as well as the new certification doctors are required to have to perform the exam. On May 21, 2014, no longer can any medical physician perform these medical exams. At Chiropractic Associates of Centerville, Dr. Dooley is one of the very first physicians in the state of Ohio to …Read More

Worker’s Compensation

I recently injured myself at work, what should I do? Following an injury you should immediately report the injury to your supervisor and complete a written report of the circumstance. Always keep a copy for your records. Always be specific with your view of the accident and seek out any witnesses, as you may need them in the future. You may seek out a Chiropractor of your choice and we …Read More

Got high blood pressure?

High blood pressure (aka hypertension) is a consistently growing problem in our society. According to the American Stroke Association it is estimated that 1 in 4 adults, nearly 70 million people, are suffering from hypertension. Long term, untreated hypertension has been known to lead to heart failure, kidney disease, heart disease, eye damage, atherosclerosis, stroke and even death. The American Medical Association recognizes a normal blood pressure as a systolic …Read More

Upper Crossed Syndrome

As a society over the last 30 or so years our jobs and lifestyles have changed quite a bit due to the incredible progression of electronics. They’ve changed our weekends, the way we perform our jobs, they’ve changed our summers, rainy days, the way we communicate, the way we shop, and in numerous others ways for which I could go on and on about. Many of our jobs require us …Read More

Proper neck curvature

It is important to understand how the alignment and curvature of the neck (cervical spine) can affect how you feel on a day to day basis. Many people walk around day to day, living with headaches and neck aches and think that it is considered normal. The spine is made up of 3 main regions which give the body structure and support. These regions include the cervical, thoracic and lumbar …Read More

What is personal injury?

What is Personal Injury? Personal injury is a legal term used to define injury that has been inflicted onto someone’s body and/or emotions as opposed to any injury/damage to property. The most common form of personal injury cases that occur come as a result of motor vehicle accidents. Not all personal injury cases are a result of car accidents however. Personal injury claims are filed everyday in a means to …Read More

Waking Up With Lower Back Pain

One of the most common complaints I see in the office is lower back pain of insidious onset or of the “I just woke up with it” variety.  Ever wonder what to do?  Most of my patients, when asked, say ‘I put heat on it or I took a pain killer,” but is that what we should really do?  When you wake up in the morning with back pain you …Read More