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Good Health — Is It Luck of the Irish?

By March 7, 2017February 24th, 2020No Comments

We love St. Patrick’s Day – the green beer and bagels, dreaming of the pot of gold, celebrating the luck of the Irish!

You’ve heard people say, “I’m lucky, I have good genes,” haven’t you? Well, as a chiropractor and health & wellness expert, I’m here to tell you the bad news: A little green leprechaun cannot bring you vibrant health, and neither can the ‘luck’ of having good genes!

When it comes to anything important in your life, it takes more than the luck of the Irish. It involves planning and taking the proper steps to achieve the outcome you want. Nowhere is this more true than with your own body — good health doesn’t just happen or depend on good genes.

Check out this video to learn more about taking steps toward a vibrant life …


If you do what it takes to get and keep your spine healthy, then you’re taking the right steps toward optimal nerve function, which improves your overall health. Our patients tell us how other aspects of their lives have changed as a result of our personalized care — more energy, better sleep, greater immunities, brighter outlook. Doesn’t that inspire you to make your health and wellness, and that of your family, an intentional goal – and not leave it to luck?

“Chiropractic is the largest, most regulated, and best recognized of the complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) professions. CAM patient surveys show that chiropractors are used more often than any other alternative provider group and patient satisfaction with chiropractic care is very high. There is steadily increasing patient use of chiropractic in the United States, which has tripled in the past two decades.” ~ Meeker, Haldeman (2002), Annals of Internal Medicine

Intrigued? Questions? I invite you to give Dr. Christina a call at Rivulet Chiropractic at 925.385.8353 or email us at to set up a free, no-obligation consultation.