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Covid-19 Limited Hours

By Appointment

Dear valued patients at Herron Family Chiropractic,

In response to the recent directives of the Ontario Ministry of Health, and the College of Chiropractors of Ontario, the office will be closed to normal operations as of 5:30pm this evening Tuesday March 24, 2020.

At this time we have reduced our hours to Mondays and Thursdays from 3:30pm to 5:30pm by appointment only. So please, if you wish to come to the office during those hours we ask that you call the office and leave a voicemail and we will get back to you promptly to schedule your appointment.

After two weeks have passed we will be providing an update as to whether there are any further changes or if we will simply be reopening at that time.

We hope that you all remain healthy and safe and we look forward to being able to fully reopen our doors soon as this challenging situation concludes.

Words of Encouragement

Rudolph Steiner was an Austrian philosopher active in the early 20th century. Like many philosophers of his day he made a wide variety of comments on varied subjects. One comment regarding the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1917-1918 stands out. He postulates that our fear of sickness is much greater than the sickness itself. We may not say it like that today but his assertion certainly rings true. Our ability to fight diseases well essentially depends on a balance between the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems. When we are in a fear reaction, or as endocrinologist Hans Selye puts it: a “fight or flight” stress response, then our immunity is suppressed. Franklin Delano Roosevelt says it this way, “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself”.

Be encouraged in this stressful time. We recommend you relax, exercise often, eat well, and as always, stretch, do your traction, and be at peace.

The Bible says it another, better way;

Be still and know that I am God. Psa 46:10

Remember that you can call our office any time and we will get back to you.

With love,
Herron Family Chiropractic