Author Jeanne Ohm, DC Articles

Letter From the Editor, Issue #21

Little did I know when we decided to do an issue focusing on autism, the magnitude of insight, research, personal stories, and range of treatment protocols that would be revealed. In the process of putting together this issue, I conversed...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #22

Several weeks ago, a father in our practice said to me, “I’m afraid not to vaccinate, and I’m just as afraid to vaccinate.” My response was not to address the list of pros and cons on either side of the vaccination issue. Apparently he had already...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #23

A whole new dimension of communication has opened up with Facebook, Twitter and the rest of the so-called “social networking” sites. Far-reaching and instantaneous, they connect many people with each other in a way we’ve never experienced...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #24

Pregnancy and birth have held a special place in my heart for many, many years. Perhaps it comes from spending so much of my life either pregnant, giving birth or bonding with our little ones. Maybe it evolved from the 30 years I’ve spent...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #25

There’s a Moody Blues album from the late 60s entitled To Our Children’s Children’s Children; my husband Tom and I used to listen to it frequently. Their songs reflected hope and vision for a new generation of social and spiritual change. When we were...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #26

For six years, it has been my privilege to meet and connect with numerous authors, heads of organizations and practitioners through Pathways magazine. Our authors are from all walks of life, each integrating his or her perspective and specialty of...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #27

As we approach our Freedom for Family Wellness Summit and make our final review of this issue’s outstanding articles, I am overwhelmed with a sense of gratitude for our conference presenters, our authors and our readers, who have contributed for so...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #28

This October, Pathways, in conjunction with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and the Holistic Pediatric Association, held its second Freedom for Family Wellness Summit: Celebrating the Shift to Conscious Choice. It drew together...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #29

For centuries, a woman’s intuition was respected as a vital contribution to the health and well-being of her family. Our personal experiences through pregnancy and birth led us to trust in the natural processes of the body. Our inherent ability to...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #30

Every day I’m encouraged by stories of parents who are exercising their options to make informed choices for their families. They are seeking resources and materi- als that challenge the status quo, and they are implementing this knowledge into t...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #31

Thirty years ago, we had our first of six children. It was an unattended home birth. The word “unattended” wasn’t even in the birthing vocabulary yet. I can’t tell you how many times I got asked, “Home birth? Did that happen by accident?” The most...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #32

When my husband, Tom, and I were still kids, we would spend hours talking about our philosophy of life. One high school day, we skipped classes and spent the entire day discussing how kids should be raised. Being kids ourselves and still intimate...

Also labeled: Issue #32

Letter From the Editor, Issue #34

A movement is created out of an increased collective social need. Unmistakably, we are experiencing such a movement, a time of conscious wake-up. In just about every aspect of the orientation of our society— education, parenting, healthcare, p...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #35

“The most important decision we make is whether we believe we live in a friendly or hostile universe.”- Albert EinsteinAlbert Einstein, when asked what was the most significant question facing humanity, replied, “The most impor...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #36

Compassion When I was much younger, I read a story in Hyemeyohsts Storm’s Seven Arrows, a book that introduced its readers to the ways of the Great Plains people, a peaceful society that existed for centuries before European settlers...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #37

The Connecting IntelligenceThere is an ancient Greek aphorism: “Know Thyself.” The age-old question implied by these words—what is the purpose of our existence?—is still stirring. As I have said many times, when we define our paradig...

Mercury Rising: Warnings in Pregnancy and Infancy

Mercury: a Known Toxin It has been known for a long time, that mercury is a toxic and dangerous substance that effects the developing nerve system in an adverse way. Web MD offers this report: “Mercury is very dangerous to...

Also labeled: Issue #04, Pregnancy

Mercury Toxicity in the Unborn and Young

Working with the effects of chemical stress on the nervous system, it is important we become aware substances in our environment which adversely affect children from conception and throughout childhood. One such...

Also labeled: Informed Choice

Midwifery and Chiropractic: Bonding for Life

In my professional experience as a chiropractor I have had the opportunity to work with many midwives. I have come to learn that there are many similarities in the approach to healthcare between midwives and...

Also labeled: Birth

Midwives

As I attend and present at midwifery and birthing conferences on behalf of the ICPA, I am constantly reminded that midwives and doulas are aligned with chiropractors in numerous ways. Some of the common bonds we share...

Also labeled: Birth, Issue #10
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