2011 – December Newsletter

Posted on: December 1st, 2011


133 Reef Road, Fairfield, CT  203.259.4939

Dr. Brian C. Baker





Healthy Living Newsletter    


Since our last newsletter some major changes have taken place.  Anne Ballou has retired and moved up to the Cape.  We wish her well in this new chapter in her life.  At the same time I’m pleased to welcome Shane Mraz to the office.  Shane and her family have been patients here so she has some idea what she is getting into!  I plan on getting back to a regular newsletter soon, but I wanted to get out my annual pitch for the Kiwanis Poinsettia fundraiser.  Thanks for indulging me.  Stop by, or call and say hello to Shane.                

                                                            – Dr. B.




2011 Fairfield Kiwanis Club Poinsettias


As many of you know, I am a proud member of the Fairfield Kiwanis Club.  Have been in fact for 24 years.  This organization has been around Fairfield since 1961 and is comprised of dedicated men and women who serve the community, especially the youth, by raising funds to grant scholarships, support local charity organizations and our future leaders involved in high school Key Clubs.


Throughout the year the Fairfield Kiwanis holds various fund-raising events like an annual golf tournament, a weekend craft fair, cooking and selling hot dogs and hamburgers at town-wide events, and selling seasonal citrus and POINSETTIAS!


If you’ve bought these plants in the past than you know that these are not those anemic, sickly, local home center plants, but HUGE, florist quality, nursery fresh, 18 -20″ triple plant per pot, with 12-15 blooms, in vibrant red, white, or pink in a foil wrapped pot.  Stop by the office and check out the one on the counter.


They are priced at $25 in your choice of Red, White or Pink.  They will be available for pick-up on 12/10. If you order 5 or more plants than we’ll deliver them.  To order your plants please click fairfieldkiwanis.org and click the order form on the page.


If you would prefer, e-mail me and I’ll send the form out to you with the details.


I appreciate your help and thanks for reading.


BTW, if you’re interested in learning more about Kiwanis please let me know.  We meet 12:15 Wednesdays at the Gaelic Club for a lunch meeting.  I’ll buy.

October 2011


 “Too many people resign themselves to living with chronic pain or relying on a steady diet of medication to get through the day.  I believe there is a better way. 


We offer a knowledgeable diagnosis and evaluation with actual hands-on care, along with lifestyle counseling, focused on your well being.”


Dr. Brian Baker






 133 Reef Road  Fairfield, CT










Which are more powerful?  Pills or Capsules?   

Here’s an interesting video that explores the strange powers of the placebo effect.



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