About Spencer Charlet

Dr. Spencer Charlet is a chiropractic physician at Active Spine Chiropractic. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Florida then went on to earn his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida, where he graduated summa cum lade.

Four Principles Of Wellness

2022-07-28T10:59:36-04:00

Your health is based on four very important principles. Everything we do in this office is based on those four principles: 1. Your body is a self-healing organism Your body heals itself! When injured, or sick, your body quickly and efficiently deals with the problem. Consequently, your body restores itself to health. Here's a few [...]

Four Principles Of Wellness2022-07-28T10:59:36-04:00

Phases of Care for a Chiropractic Patient

2022-07-28T11:08:07-04:00

Phases of Care Chiropractic patients will go through three phases of care on their way to better health. Here are the phases of care: Relief care is the first phase of care. : The goal of Relief Care is to reduce pain and inflammation as quickly as possible. This will require more frequent visits in [...]

Phases of Care for a Chiropractic Patient2022-07-28T11:08:07-04:00

Honey Helps The Gut, But Should We Eat It?

2022-07-28T11:16:39-04:00

Honey may contain heath benefits, but does that mean we should eat it? The answer to this question is not necessarily clear cut. The benefits have been documented in literature for many years, but are the benefits worth the added calories and increased amount of glucose? In the age of keto diets and fasting, sugars [...]

Honey Helps The Gut, But Should We Eat It?2022-07-28T11:16:39-04:00

How Habits Help Your Health

2022-07-31T09:01:43-04:00

"A habit is a behavior that has been repeated enough times to became automatic", according to James Clear, author of Atomic Habits. Our minds go through a trial and error process to determine which actions will become habits. This is similar to a rat in a maze seeking a reward . The first pass through [...]

How Habits Help Your Health2022-07-31T09:01:43-04:00

Shorter Telomeres Can Lead to More Inflammation

2022-08-02T12:30:02-04:00

Shorter telomeres can lead to premature aging as noted in the last post about longevity and telomere length. Unfortunately, the news gets worse. Having shorter telomeres can also lead to an increase in inflammation. I have written at length about inflammation and the havoc it can have on your body and your health. Certain foods [...]

Shorter Telomeres Can Lead to More Inflammation2022-08-02T12:30:02-04:00
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