PWC Chiropractic - Gift Of Health

Get The Gift Of Health

Our Best Offer Of The Year! Over $200 Of Savings With Your Consult, Exam, Scans, & Report, Just $47


In addition, the entire $47 is donated to the Crystal Lake Food Pantry at a time of great need... AND you also are given a $100 Credit towards your personalized care plan once you start! All part of our plan to support healthy families in Crystal Lake!

WHO?

Anyone and everyone who feels like the stress of 2020 left them feeling worn out, exhausted, and more full of stress and tension than you'd ever like to be again! Get unstuck from all that stress by kickstarting your health right out of the gates in 2021 with the Energy Boosting, Tension Busting chiropractic care from PWC! It's perfect for parents, kids, and everyone!

HOW?

Simply click the button above or below here, and provide your Name, Email, and Cell Phone Number, and our Team will reach out to you right away to get you scheduled at the time that best fits your schedule.


There is a Total of $200 in Savings built into this Gift of Health offer, where the Consult, Scans, & Report Process are just $47 and we donate 100% of that to the Crystal Lake Food Pantry! In addition, it comes with a $100 Care Plan Credit already applied when you start care!

WHEN?

Valid thru January 31st, 2021 - so that you can use it during December to combat the holiday stress if you’d like, or you can get started in January as part of your healthy New Year’s Resolutions! Let us help you get your health back and at full steam in 2021!

See Emily's Story

Emily first came to PWC to help her son Tucker overcome sensory challenges and extreme food aversions. But after seeing such amazing results with him, she decided to get herself under care for overall wellness.


At the time, Emily was constantly tired and sluggish 😞. She thought this was just “normal” after having two babies and nursing. But, in addition to that she was struggling with unmanageable anxiety, having panic attacks often, and also had psoriasis showing up on her neck and shoulders. Her body was under so much stress that she even ended up in the ER 🏥 multiple times with heart palpitations.


She had visited a cardiologist where she was dismissed. Doctors said her psoriasis would likely never go away because it was all hormonal. Not to mention, she was already on a grain🍚/dairy🐮/gluten🌾 free diet and was exercising 🏃‍♀️regularly… yet the weight she wanted to lose just wasn’t coming off.


➡️In comes neurological chiropractic⬅️ where her scans showed that her nervous system 🧠 was hardwired in stress mode and unable to self-regulate. Her body was so stuck in the fight or flight response 😨, that it could only focus on surviving… and not the healing and thriving that she needed.


Now Emily is absolutely living her 🙌 BEST LIFE 🙌

🤯 No more heart palpitations,

🤯Her psoriasis is completely gone,

🤯She hasn’t had any more panic attacks and is managing her anxiety like a boss

🤯Oh and she happened to lose 70 pounds!!!!!!!!!!!


This is so absolutely uh-mazing because she says she ✨has never felt better✨. She is most excited about having so much energy 🤩 which allows her to be more engaged with her adorable kiddos.


Emily credits chiropractic to be the missing piece 🔗 that helped reset and calm 🧘‍♀️ down her body so the diet and lifestyle changes could actually take full effect.


We couldn’t be more proud of this super sweet and beautiful boss mama, and are so thankful to be apart of her family’s journey 🤗

See Emily's Story

Emily first came to PWC to help her son Tucker overcome sensory challenges and extreme food aversions. But after seeing such amazing results with him, she decided to get herself under care for overall wellness.


At the time, Emily was constantly tired and sluggish 😞. She thought this was just “normal” after having two babies and nursing. But, in addition to that she was struggling with unmanageable anxiety, having panic attacks often, and also had psoriasis showing up on her neck and shoulders. Her body was under so much stress that she even ended up in the ER 🏥 multiple times with heart palpitations.


She had visited a cardiologist where she was dismissed. Doctors said her psoriasis would likely never go away because it was all hormonal. Not to mention, she was already on a grain🍚/dairy🐮/gluten🌾 free diet and was exercising 🏃‍♀️regularly… yet the weight she wanted to lose just wasn’t coming off.


➡️In comes neurological chiropractic⬅️ where her scans showed that her nervous system 🧠 was hardwired in stress mode and unable to self-regulate. Her body was so stuck in the fight or flight response 😨, that it could only focus on surviving… and not the healing and thriving that she needed.


Now Emily is absolutely living her 🙌 BEST LIFE 🙌

🤯 No more heart palpitations,

🤯Her psoriasis is completely gone,

🤯She hasn’t had any more panic attacks and is managing her anxiety like a boss

🤯Oh and she happened to lose 70 pounds!!!!!!!!!!!


This is so absolutely uh-mazing because she says she ✨has never felt better✨. She is most excited about having so much energy 🤩 which allows her to be more engaged with her adorable kiddos.


Emily credits chiropractic to be the missing piece 🔗 that helped reset and calm 🧘‍♀️ down her body so the diet and lifestyle changes could actually take full effect.


We couldn’t be more proud of this super sweet and beautiful boss mama, and are so thankful to be apart of her family’s journey 🤗

Listen To What Sarah Has To Say...

This is Sarah and she is a shining light who has such an incredible energy to be around. We get to hear about her cute shopping dates with Grandma 🛍️ , and her awesome new bathroom remodel that has become a “blank canvas” for her to decorate 👩‍🎨. She’s a positive person with a hugeeee heart ❤️ and we know that when we walk in the room.. even WE’ll feel better walking out. 😄


Sarah says the thing that she loves most about PWC is “how each and every doctor knows exactly what they are doing & they treat you like they’ve known you for years.” ♥️


Well, Sarah, we feel lucky to have you as part of our family. Lucky to help you tackle your pain, stress, and energy levels. Lucky to get to know you! 💝

Listen To What Sarah Has To Say...

This is Sarah and she is a shining light who has such an incredible energy to be around. We get to hear about her cute shopping dates with Grandma 🛍️ , and her awesome new bathroom remodel that has become a “blank canvas” for her to decorate 👩‍🎨. She’s a positive person with a hugeeee heart ❤️ and we know that when we walk in the room.. even WE’ll feel better walking out. 😄


Sarah says the thing that she loves most about PWC is “how each and every doctor knows exactly what they are doing & they treat you like they’ve known you for years.” ♥️


Well, Sarah, we feel lucky to have you as part of our family. Lucky to help you tackle your pain, stress, and energy levels. Lucky to get to know you! 💝

Meet Carson

Now a happy, thriving two year old had a less than easy start to life. It all began with a superstar mom who had a tough matchup with stress during her pregnancy. This very exciting time was overshadowed by constant testing for a virus (that could have had detrimental effects on baby) and a tough fall that sent her into early contractions. Not to mention the day to day stressors that add up when you have two other little ones at home


The accumulation of stress that expecting moms face in this crazy world (both big and small alike) creates a brewing storm in baby’s tiny developing nervous system.

The storm then picked up strongly when Carson had to be twisted and pulled out during birth, which was followed by four days spent in the NICU.


This perfect storm raged on when he started struggling with torticollis, chronic ear infections, difficulty sleeping, and eventually intense emotional outbursts. That meant hitting, throwing, stomping,screaming, and a very tough time calming down. Deep down mom knew that there was something else going in his little body that kept him so “high strung”, and boy was she right!!!!


The good news starts here!


Carson’s parents found HOPE and ANSWERS through a PWC virtual workshop. It helped them connect the dots as to WHY his symptoms and mood regulation went hand in hand with the stress built up in his nervous system. After starting care with us, this now two year old is calmly rocking at life. He is a much healthier kiddo who is sleeping well, adapting to changes, and for the first time ever- able to regulate his emotions-. Mom described Carson as HAPPY… and everyone gets to see that beautiful SMILE more often (boy is it cute!!)


If any of these struggles resonate with your child or you just know deep down something more is going on, we would love to invite you to our free Perfect Storm Event on November 5th to learn more. Grab a drink and a meal on us. Let’s figure this out together.

Meet Carson

Now a happy, thriving two year old had a less than easy start to life. It all began with a superstar mom who had a tough matchup with stress during her pregnancy. This very exciting time was overshadowed by constant testing for a virus (that could have had detrimental effects on baby) and a tough fall that sent her into early contractions. Not to mention the day to day stressors that add up when you have two other little ones at home


The accumulation of stress that expecting moms face in this crazy world (both big and small alike) creates a brewing storm in baby’s tiny developing nervous system.

The storm then picked up strongly when Carson had to be twisted and pulled out during birth, which was followed by four days spent in the NICU.


This perfect storm raged on when he started struggling with torticollis, chronic ear infections, difficulty sleeping, and eventually intense emotional outbursts. That meant hitting, throwing, stomping,screaming, and a very tough time calming down. Deep down mom knew that there was something else going in his little body that kept him so “high strung”, and boy was she right!!!!


The good news starts here!


Carson’s parents found HOPE and ANSWERS through a PWC virtual workshop. It helped them connect the dots as to WHY his symptoms and mood regulation went hand in hand with the stress built up in his nervous system. After starting care with us, this now two year old is calmly rocking at life. He is a much healthier kiddo who is sleeping well, adapting to changes, and for the first time ever- able to regulate his emotions-. Mom described Carson as HAPPY… and everyone gets to see that beautiful SMILE more often (boy is it cute!!)


If any of these struggles resonate with your child or you just know deep down something more is going on, we would love to invite you to our free Perfect Storm Event on November 5th to learn more. Grab a drink and a meal on us. Let’s figure this out together.

Is There Hope? We Think So!

In the Spring of 2020, right as Covid shut down the world, Noah was diagnosed with ADHD. This diagnosis came after a couple of years of observations in meetings with teachers and support from the Special Education department at his school. When we decided to have Noah tested, my husband and I felt defeated. We are both educators and could not help our son feel comfortable, confident and successful. Noah began having horrible, heart-breaking outbursts and the end of the school day because he was mentally exhausted. His anxiety amped up and he would cry and become inconsolable over homework assignments and anything school related (if it had to be done at home).


You can imagine our excitement when we were told the schools were going to be shutting down and the kids would be involved in e-learning that Spring. To say that e-learning was disastrous and did not work for Noah is an understatement. His outbursts and negativity towards himself became more frequent. I knew something had to be done sooner rather than later and I was hesitant to start him on medication. That is what led us to PWC.


I watched the Perfect Storm seminar and was confident that chiropractic therapy was something that I wanted for Noah. I was willing to try anything to help get our happy boy back. Noah began therapy with the awesome docs 3 times a week and we started noticing small positive changes. As the weeks went on, I could see Noah coming back. He was happier, confident and beginning to positively talk about the new school year (3rd grade).


Noah has been getting adjusted for 6 months now and I can hands down say that this was the BEST decision we could have made for our son. We are well into this crazy school year (which has had many changes) and Noah is LOVING it (even with wearing a mask). He works so hard at school, is more confident, and has a positive attitude towards his school work and himself! We are so thankful for the doctors and staff at PWC. We are thankful for making us feel like family. You have helped to put that great smile back on Noah’s face. We are forever grateful.


-Many Blessings!

Michelle and Dan Price

Is There Hope? We Think So!

In the Spring of 2020, right as Covid shut down the world, Noah was diagnosed with ADHD. This diagnosis came after a couple of years of observations in meetings with teachers and support from the Special Education department at his school. When we decided to have Noah tested, my husband and I felt defeated. We are both educators and could not help our son feel comfortable, confident and successful. Noah began having horrible, heart-breaking outbursts and the end of the school day because he was mentally exhausted. His anxiety amped up and he would cry and become inconsolable over homework assignments and anything school related (if it had to be done at home).


You can imagine our excitement when we were told the schools were going to be shutting down and the kids would be involved in e-learning that Spring. To say that e-learning was disastrous and did not work for Noah is an understatement. His outbursts and negativity towards himself became more frequent. I knew something had to be done sooner rather than later and I was hesitant to start him on medication. That is what led us to PWC.


I watched the Perfect Storm seminar and was confident that chiropractic therapy was something that I wanted for Noah. I was willing to try anything to help get our happy boy back. Noah began therapy with the awesome docs 3 times a week and we started noticing small positive changes. As the weeks went on, I could see Noah coming back. He was happier, confident and beginning to positively talk about the new school year (3rd grade).


Noah has been getting adjusted for 6 months now and I can hands down say that this was the BEST decision we could have made for our son. We are well into this crazy school year (which has had many changes) and Noah is LOVING it (even with wearing a mask). He works so hard at school, is more confident, and has a positive attitude towards his school work and himself! We are so thankful for the doctors and staff at PWC. We are thankful for making us feel like family. You have helped to put that great smile back on Noah’s face. We are forever grateful.


-Many Blessings!

Michelle and Dan Price

Meet The Kyes Boys

There is a saying in life that goes “one day we’ll look back at this and smile” and that very much applies to the story I’m about to tell you.


In 2015 at the tender age of 3, my oldest son, Colton, was diagnosed with “RSV” or restrictive airway disease. This diagnosis came after two long years of chronic sinus infections, coughs (which lasted months at a time) and restricted breathing, which, at it’s worst, landed us in the intensive care unit at a major hospital whose staff stood by - ready to perform an emergency throat trach as my son lie there, gasping for oxygen.


These are times that as a Mom are incredibly hard to relive. Even as I write the words of my story, the rush of fear, uncertainty and helplessness that I felt then come rushing back like taunting bullies that they are. It is one of the many reasons I will tell our story, so that a family in my shoes, in our shoes, can find the hope that I so desperately sought back then.


After Colton’s 2015 hospital stay and subsequent discharge, we took the RSV diagnoses and left feeling very defeated. It felt like a permanent label that would require supervision and intervention but all without true resolution. We were referred to a pulmonologist for a “management plan” which, after


a 30 minute intake, he sent us on our way with daily doses of an oral steroid, an at home nebulizer and an emergency inhaler. “Call the office if he gets worse.” His parting words plagued me all the way home. Why would he get worse? Is that a possibility? Isn’t that what we are trying to avoid? In that moment, I remember thinking “is this right, God? Is this the only way to manage this condition?” I felt a nudge to dig further.


I took the pile of medications and protocols to our pediatrician at the time and while she agreed that in an emergency situation they could prove useful, she implored me to think more critically. “What’s his diet like? His environment? Any allergies? Let’s run a full blood, food & environmental panel to rule some things out,” she said. This medicinal approach led us to our first big breakthrough. Colton came back highly reactive to dairy and eggs. These things, being consumed regularly, were keeping his body in a highly inflamed, reactive state. We changed his diet and we watched the incidence of breathing episodes decrease in both frequency and severity. Albeit grateful for progress, I was still desperate for his full and complete healing. [I’m a root cause - get me to the “why” - kind of gal].

Colton’s restricted breathing episodes continued from 2016 -2019. About 3-4 times a year, we found ourselves in an emergency room seeking intervention. Between nebulizers, inhalers and oral steroids, I was resigned to the fact that this may be the only way we could manage (read: suppress symptoms) going forward. Well meaning friends and family would tell me things like “It’s only a little medication here and there” or “he’ll grow out of it, mine did…”. I know their intentions were good, but looking back, I think so many accept certain things as a way to avoid that horrible defeating feeling of not having hope (and the grave importance of always having hope, which we’ll get to later).

Fast forward to August 2019, Colton developed yet another gunky cold which always preceded breathing restriction. The familiar sinus symptoms, plugged up ears and persistent cough emerged. We dug into our usual bag of tricks but I could tell that his breathing was turning dangerously laborious. The nebulizer didn’t help, the inhaler didn’t help and knowing we didn’t have time on our side, we rushed, yet again, to the ER.


Colton was treated (as he always was) with a combination of oxygen, back to back breathing treatments and finally a steroid. As we were being discharged, the supervising doctor said to me, “it’s odd… his chest is so tight – almost as if it can’t open up fully to breathe.” In the mental notepad in my mind, I scribbled the word structural, which ended up being a critical piece of our puzzle later.


When we arrived home, I told my husband to head to bed and that I wanted to lie with Colton all night. I checked his oximeter incessantly and while his oxygen was sluggishly climbing, it was still lower than desired. He was maxed out on breathing treatments but finally comfortable and asleep, so I let him be and just put his little hand in mine and started sobbing. Four tedious years of frustration, guilt, helplessness, worry, grief and pain poured down my face. As I wept, I started pleaded with God. “You have to help me heal him. I am not asking you to do the work. I will do the work. But please – PLEASE – guide my footsteps. I’m trusting you to show me what to do.”


There is a scripture in the Bible, Matthew 7:7 that says “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.”


Right when I had just started to doze off, my phone, next to Colton’s beside pinged loudly with an alert I had never heard before. I grabbed my phone and it was an event notification push from Facebook about a gathering “I might be interested in…”


The event was at PWC Chiropractic (which I had never heard of) and it was called “Kick the Sick”. I will never forget reading the description of the event which in lesser words said something like “is your child stuck in an endless loop of chronic illness? Come learn why. There was that word…. WHY! Show me the why, baby!!! PS: Are you kidding me God? That was quick.


I could barely wait the four days until the event took place and that day, drove to Crystal Lake with a mixture of uncertainty and excitement. At the Kick the Sick event, I took a seat with a room full of other parents, some with kids in tow, and over some delicious appetizers, I listened intently to the story of a boy named Axton and how his mother had done everything she knew to do in conjunction with their family’s doctors to manage his chronic ear infections, breathing issues and overall persistent loops of illness. It was my story. It was Colton’s story. Axton’s family found him relief in chiropractic and ended up averting ear tubes and adenoid/tonsil removal. Among the many interesting things I learned that evening, I learned that those little adenoids and tonsils are critical detox stopping points in the body and while they can become overburdened, they’re just trying to send the alarm that something is amiss. They aren’t intended to be removed and they weren’t put there by mistake.


I felt like Dr. Matt and Jess Pawlicki were speaking to me that night. I felt like they saw me and most importantly, I felt like they heard me. I signed both my boys up for consultations and scans that night. After our initial consultations, we committed to a care plan that sought to allow the boy’s nervous systems to achieve a more balanced state. Colton was in fact structurally “stuck” in his upper neck area making it impossible for any drainage from a simple cold to leave the body normally, so it would pool, become infected and then restrict his breathing (ding ding ding!!!)


My son Knox, also experienced major gains in areas we hadn’t even identified as problematic. He began having more regular bowel movements, his emotions balanced out and his growth exploded.


By the grace of God and because of the amazing doctors at PWC – my son is healed. It has been ONE YEAR under their care and we have not experienced a single breathing episode. Colton is happy, healthy and thriving. (Remember that part about being able to look back and smile?)


We are eternally grateful for being led to PWC and led to regain our HOPE.

Meet The Kyes Boys

There is a saying in life that goes “one day we’ll look back at this and smile” and that very much applies to the story I’m about to tell you.


In 2015 at the tender age of 3, my oldest son, Colton, was diagnosed with “RSV” or restrictive airway disease. This diagnosis came after two long years of chronic sinus infections, coughs (which lasted months at a time) and restricted breathing, which, at it’s worst, landed us in the intensive care unit at a major hospital whose staff stood by - ready to perform an emergency throat trach as my son lie there, gasping for oxygen.


These are times that as a Mom are incredibly hard to relive. Even as I write the words of my story, the rush of fear, uncertainty and helplessness that I felt then come rushing back like taunting bullies that they are. It is one of the many reasons I will tell our story, so that a family in my shoes, in our shoes, can find the hope that I so desperately sought back then.


After Colton’s 2015 hospital stay and subsequent discharge, we took the RSV diagnoses and left feeling very defeated. It felt like a permanent label that would require supervision and intervention but all without true resolution. We were referred to a pulmonologist for a “management plan” which, after


a 30 minute intake, he sent us on our way with daily doses of an oral steroid, an at home nebulizer and an emergency inhaler. “Call the office if he gets worse.” His parting words plagued me all the way home. Why would he get worse? Is that a possibility? Isn’t that what we are trying to avoid? In that moment, I remember thinking “is this right, God? Is this the only way to manage this condition?” I felt a nudge to dig further.


I took the pile of medications and protocols to our pediatrician at the time and while she agreed that in an emergency situation they could prove useful, she implored me to think more critically. “What’s his diet like? His environment? Any allergies? Let’s run a full blood, food & environmental panel to rule some things out,” she said. This medicinal approach led us to our first big breakthrough. Colton came back highly reactive to dairy and eggs. These things, being consumed regularly, were keeping his body in a highly inflamed, reactive state. We changed his diet and we watched the incidence of breathing episodes decrease in both frequency and severity. Albeit grateful for progress, I was still desperate for his full and complete healing. [I’m a root cause - get me to the “why” - kind of gal].

Colton’s restricted breathing episodes continued from 2016 -2019. About 3-4 times a year, we found ourselves in an emergency room seeking intervention. Between nebulizers, inhalers and oral steroids, I was resigned to the fact that this may be the only way we could manage (read: suppress symptoms) going forward. Well meaning friends and family would tell me things like “It’s only a little medication here and there” or “he’ll grow out of it, mine did…”. I know their intentions were good, but looking back, I think so many accept certain things as a way to avoid that horrible defeating feeling of not having hope (and the grave importance of always having hope, which we’ll get to later).

Fast forward to August 2019, Colton developed yet another gunky cold which always preceded breathing restriction. The familiar sinus symptoms, plugged up ears and persistent cough emerged. We dug into our usual bag of tricks but I could tell that his breathing was turning dangerously laborious. The nebulizer didn’t help, the inhaler didn’t help and knowing we didn’t have time on our side, we rushed, yet again, to the ER.


Colton was treated (as he always was) with a combination of oxygen, back to back breathing treatments and finally a steroid. As we were being discharged, the supervising doctor said to me, “it’s odd… his chest is so tight – almost as if it can’t open up fully to breathe.” In the mental notepad in my mind, I scribbled the word structural, which ended up being a critical piece of our puzzle later.


When we arrived home, I told my husband to head to bed and that I wanted to lie with Colton all night. I checked his oximeter incessantly and while his oxygen was sluggishly climbing, it was still lower than desired. He was maxed out on breathing treatments but finally comfortable and asleep, so I let him be and just put his little hand in mine and started sobbing. Four tedious years of frustration, guilt, helplessness, worry, grief and pain poured down my face. As I wept, I started pleaded with God. “You have to help me heal him. I am not asking you to do the work. I will do the work. But please – PLEASE – guide my footsteps. I’m trusting you to show me what to do.”


There is a scripture in the Bible, Matthew 7:7 that says “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.”


Right when I had just started to doze off, my phone, next to Colton’s beside pinged loudly with an alert I had never heard before. I grabbed my phone and it was an event notification push from Facebook about a gathering “I might be interested in…”


The event was at PWC Chiropractic (which I had never heard of) and it was called “Kick the Sick”. I will never forget reading the description of the event which in lesser words said something like “is your child stuck in an endless loop of chronic illness? Come learn why. There was that word…. WHY! Show me the why, baby!!! PS: Are you kidding me God? That was quick.


I could barely wait the four days until the event took place and that day, drove to Crystal Lake with a mixture of uncertainty and excitement. At the Kick the Sick event, I took a seat with a room full of other parents, some with kids in tow, and over some delicious appetizers, I listened intently to the story of a boy named Axton and how his mother had done everything she knew to do in conjunction with their family’s doctors to manage his chronic ear infections, breathing issues and overall persistent loops of illness. It was my story. It was Colton’s story. Axton’s family found him relief in chiropractic and ended up averting ear tubes and adenoid/tonsil removal. Among the many interesting things I learned that evening, I learned that those little adenoids and tonsils are critical detox stopping points in the body and while they can become overburdened, they’re just trying to send the alarm that something is amiss. They aren’t intended to be removed and they weren’t put there by mistake.


I felt like Dr. Matt and Jess Pawlicki were speaking to me that night. I felt like they saw me and most importantly, I felt like they heard me. I signed both my boys up for consultations and scans that night. After our initial consultations, we committed to a care plan that sought to allow the boy’s nervous systems to achieve a more balanced state. Colton was in fact structurally “stuck” in his upper neck area making it impossible for any drainage from a simple cold to leave the body normally, so it would pool, become infected and then restrict his breathing (ding ding ding!!!)


My son Knox, also experienced major gains in areas we hadn’t even identified as problematic. He began having more regular bowel movements, his emotions balanced out and his growth exploded.


By the grace of God and because of the amazing doctors at PWC – my son is healed. It has been ONE YEAR under their care and we have not experienced a single breathing episode. Colton is happy, healthy and thriving. (Remember that part about being able to look back and smile?)


We are eternally grateful for being led to PWC and led to regain our HOPE.

About PWC Chiropractic

A unique chiropractic practice focusing on Pediatrics, Prenatal, and Family Wellness Care! In a world quickly switching to drug-free, natural health care, we are entirely committed to providing the best care possible to fit those needs!


Not only is our Doc Team incredibly experienced clinically, our Care Team will ensure YOUR experience is incredible each and every visit!

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