Cape Cod Wellness Wave

Jamie Nash, DC

Cape Cod Wellness Center Hours

Monday & Wednesday

12-1:30 and 3-6 p.m.


Feb. 20: 1:30-2:30

Pain Presentation- 2:30-3:30 ($30)

Pain Integration Workshop-3:30-4:30 p.m. ($30)


Dr. Jamie’s office will be CLOSED Feb. 9-13 due to training in Colorado.

The offices will also be closed Feb. 19 in observance of President’s Day.

One Auston Road  g

Unit E

East Harwich, MA

774 • 237 • 9237

Massage by Appointment:

Christine De Chiara: 774.212.5200

Ailie Ham: 774.208.7346

Olivia Underwood: 508.292.5965

Now You Know?

  • The spine is in the back of the body, but should be kept in the front of the mind.

  • The preservation of health is easier than the cure for disease.

  • Your brain and spinal cord are the most important organs; and the only ones encased in solid bone!

A New Year & A New You!

Whether consciously or not, we all make resolutions each year.  They might be small.  They might be life changing.  But they’re there.  Goals are great because they inspire us to make the kinds of changes that we need in our lives.  Whether your goal is to read more, get healthier, be more financially responsible, improve your marriage, serve more, or be more spiritual, you can definitely achieve it if you believe it.  But rather than being stuck all year in the initial stages of “believing”, step out of your comfort zone and start DOING the things that will bring change.  Write your goals down, refer to them daily, set daily/weekly goals to help you progress, and celebrate your successes.  Small actions really do add up to big change!

February Events

On February 20, Dr. Jamie will offer a talk on pain from 2:30-3:30, followed by a workshop on Pain Integration.

The pain talk will focus on helping you gain a deeper understanding of the different types of pain, along with an introduction to the Pain Integration experience, a technique used to help people manage and sometimes eliminate pain.

The Pain Integration workshop will show you how to put that technique into practice.

Each event is $30.

Cape Cod Wellness
PO Box 1346
One Auston Road, Unit E
East Harwich, MA, 02645


Thanks for the Referrals!

The ultimate compliment is when our patients tell their friends and families about Network Family Wellness Center.  Thank you for helping us change the world a spine at a time!


Give this certificate to your FRIENDS & LOVED ONES during the month of January and they’ll receive a FREE Health Evaluation at our office. We care about you and your loved ones and we don’t want to forget anyone, including the little ones. If you have a friend or family member that is currently not under our care, please give this certificate to them and have them call immediately. It’s FREE. There are NO HIDDEN CHARGES and the purpose of this checkup is to determine if they are a chiropractic candidate. As always, there are no guarantees we can help, but if we can, we want that chance. There is nothing more important than your HEALTH. If you need additional copies of this certificate, please call the office and we’ll send them to you or you can just pick them up at the front desk, at your next appointment. Just ask! You, your family members, and your friends are always a top priority to us.


Dr. Jamie Nash, CD

One Auston Road, Unit E, East Harwich, MA



CERTIFICATE EXPIRES on February 28, 2018 


“February Health Checkup”

Schedule Your Friend or a Loved One For Their

FREE January HEALTH Check Up—NOW!

(All ages accepted, so call the office immediately!)

Brain Drain?

Aging is great, but Baby Boomers have reached the age of dementia, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s. So what can you do to support your mental health before it gets into a full-blown disease process?

Taking care of our brains is one of the most important things we can do to help each of us enjoy a graceful aging process. Understanding the early warning signs of “brain drain” and what we can do to help maintain the strength, memory, and intellect we have.

A big piece of the puzzle of keeping our brains healthy is nurturing our neurons. Neurons that die don’t grow back.

Early signs of brain aging include:

  • Fatigue from brain activity such as reading or driving.

  • Poor digestive function Poor short-term memory.

  • Difficulty learning something new.

  • Difficulty understanding and following directions.

Our Practice-Members-of-the-Week Share…

“Having had acute bronchitis, which left me exhausted and with asthmatic symptoms, a friend suggested I take vitamin C and that I go see Dr. Nash, a chiropractor.

I never saw the connection between chiropractic work and improving overall health. I thought chiropractors dealt with pain, not wheezing and exhaustion.

The treatment of Network Spinal Analysis that I’ve received from Dr. Nash changed my breathing immediately and it was/is an extremely calming experience.

It is energetic work. I visualize and intentionally feel and work with the movement of energy in my body, which encourages the healing process. I really like the process and results.”


Cream of Broccoli Soup

There’s nothing better than a hearty and healthy bowl of soup when it’s cold outside.  Warm up your kitchen this week with a steaming pot of this flavorful veggie soup.

3 large leeks (white parts only), sliced and rinsed

1 teaspoon thyme leaves

4 cups broccoli florets (about 2 large heads)

4-1/2 cups vegetable stock or low-sodium broth

Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste

1.  Place the leeks in a large saucepan and sauté over medium heat for 10 minutes.  Add water (1 to 2 tablespoons at a time) to keep the leeks from sticking to the pan.  Add the thyme and cook for another minute, then add the broccoli and vegetable stock.  Bring to a boil over high heat, reduce the heat to medium, and cook (covered) until the broccoli is tender, about 10 minutes.

2.  Puree the soup.  Return the soup to the pot, then season with salt and pepper.

February 2018
The 12 Stages of Healing:
Stage Two Exercises

Stage Two exercises enable us to experience the separate rhythms in our bodies. The breathing pattern is the same as in Stage One: breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth. But here, rather than laying both hands on the same spot at each of the three regions, place both hands on different regions at the same time. Place one hand on your upper chest and the other hand on your navel. Breathe, connecting your breath to the movement under your top hand; then breathe and connect your breath to the movement under your lower hand.

Next, move your hands down so your top hand is lying on the bottom of your breastbone and your other hand is on your abdomen. Repeat the alternate breathing. Direct your breath into the region of your body you are touching. In each case, feel the difference in the rhythms, rate, or style of the body rising and falling under your hands.

Finally, place one hand on top of your chest and the other hand over your navel. Repeat the breathing pattern. If you experience a difficulty in feeling the rhythm between two areas, then move your hands closer together until you can feel the rhythm. As you breathe, slowly increase the distance between your hands until you can sense the rhythm under one hand communicating with or meeting the rhythm of the other hand,

If this is difficult,

revert to the Stage One exercises, repeat them, and then

return to the Stage Two exercises.

Changing Lives & Changing the World

What kinds of things do we do for the people we love?  We look out for their welfare, we do everything we can to make their life better, and we share incredible news when we find it!  When you tell others about chiropractic you are changing lives and changing the world.  Now think about this.  Have you ever had a dental cavity?  Most likely.  What do you use your teeth for?  Biting and chewing.  What do you use your spine for?  EVERYTHING ELSE!!!   The point?  Just like you (and your friends and loved ones) have most likely had dental concerns in the past, you’ve likely had a spine problem in the past, will have one in the future, or are experiencing issues at this very moment whether the symptoms are present yet or not.  There’s no better way to start the New Year—for you or those you love—than with a healthy, well-aligned spine!  Share the love!