All posts by Dr. Stephanie Estima

Dr. Stephanie is a big-hearted, energetic, and compassionate healer dedicated to changing lives through chiropractic. She studied Neuroscience and Psychology and received her Bachelor of Science from University of Toronto. She then went on to complete her Doctorate of Chiropractic at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.

Your iPhone is Destroying your Body

The iHunch The iSlump The iDecreaseMyLifespan The iSlouchMyWayintoDisease The iDestroyMyNeckandtheNervesthatLiveInsideMySpine Whatever you want to call it….go into your phone settings and turn off every notification that there is a new email/message/FB post. Then, ritualize your phone – check it once in the morning, once in the afternoon. The mornings I practice, I literally check it … Continue reading Your iPhone is Destroying your Body

You and my Christmas tree make me insanely happy!

My Christmas tree makes me insanely happy. The glitter, the lights, the sparkle…it is just delicious! I have been waking up early to journal beside it every morning since I put it up 2 weeks ago. I am inspired to be as sparkly and spread as much light as this tree does. I remember when … Continue reading You and my Christmas tree make me insanely happy!

Bone broth, this time in a banana smoothie

Bone broth #2 is on the way. When this is ready this afternoon, I plan on making a banana smoothie for my littles with this as the base. I add kefir, raw honey, and bone broth as the base, then bananas. Whip it up in my vitamix and voila! With love, Dr. Stephanie

What does a chiropractor give her kids as an after school snack?

This is what an after school snack looks like in my home: a cup of bone broth, unpasteurized cheese, pickles and some veg. If they eat up, the kidlets are rewarded with some fermented cod liver oil. I know it’s different. It’s old school. BUT everything here is as close to what it looks like in nature. Nothing processed, full of healthy enzymes, fats, bone marrow for my little ones developing brains.

Sitting Is The New Smoking

Falling out of Balance This subject alone is arguably my degree, and my entire career in practice. Let’s start with big 3 stresses that move us away from balance: Physical, Chemical, and Emotional Stress. Some physical stressors are easy to identify – a bad car accident, or a sports injury. But there is a smaller, … Continue reading Sitting Is The New Smoking