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  • Neck Pain, Posture, and Headaches
    You know that feeling - the one where you start to feel a headache coming on. For many people, it is a daily occurrence and often begins in the neck and shoulders. That’s right - tight muscles around your neck can result in tension headaches. What’s more, if you sit at a computer all day, your posture may also be contributing to a decreased range of motion, premature degenerative changes in your spine, and headaches - but there’s good news! There are a few simple steps you can take to help you feel less pain, increase your energy, and fend off those degenerative changes. New evidence-based guidelines strongly recommend a combination of exercise, stretching, and Chiropractic adjustments to help reduce neck pain, headaches, and muscle tension. Read more
  • How Safe is Chiropractic Care?
    Safety first. Not only is “do no harm” part of the oath that doctors take, but it’s also a pretty good principle for all of us to live by. No matter how safe you are, there are times when you get hurt or injured, and finding a healthcare option that is safe, provides excellent results, and has high patient satisfaction can be tricky. Or is it? In 2007, SPINE (one of the world's most respected research journals) looked at data from over 50,000 Chiropractic adjustments given to nearly 20,000 patients, and they found Chiropractic care to be incredibly safe and effective. Read more
  • Health Your Most Valuable Possession
    What is the most valuable thing in the world to you? As the great physician, Hippocrates once said: “A wise man ought to realize that health is his most valuable Read more
  • The Low Back and Leg Connection
    Bottom Line: Most orthopedic practices have a specialist for your foot, a specialist for your back, a specialist for your hip, and a specialist for your knee. Based on the number Read more
  • That Old Hip ( and What to Do about it)
    Bottom Line: There aren’t too many daily activities that don’t require the use of your hips. The hip is a ball and socket joint that connects your legs to your pelvis. Read more
  • Reduce Knee Pain without drugs or surgery
    Bottom Line: Knee pain can be debilitating. Getting up and down stairs, long walks, and even getting around the house can be difficult when your knees hurt. The cause of knee Read more
  • Every Step You Take
    The average person walks over 100,000 miles in a lifetime! Every step places stress and strain on your foot and ankle. Most ankle injuries occur in the soft tissue, meaning your ligaments were stretched beyond their reasonable limits. It’s easy to suddenly twist your ankle when hiking, running, or even stepping off a curb in an awkward position. Research has estimated the re-injury rate after an ankle sprain could be as high as 80%. Thankfully, new research has also shown that adjustments can reduce your injury rate while also reducing pain and improving function. Read more
  • Can Chiropractic Help You Lose Weight?
    Can Chiropractic Help You Lose Weight?Bottom Line:If you are looking to lose a few extra pounds this month, you are not alone. Many of our patientsare working towards a similar Read more
  • No time to exercise
    Bottom Line:You're busy and you're stressed out. Well, you're not alone.These are two of the most common reasons people give for not exercising consistently.Ironically, these are the two exact reasons Read more
  • Stress and Weight
    Title: Stress and WeightBottom Line:A recent research study found over 75% of people experience at least a moderate amount ofstress every day!Chronic stress is not fun to deal with, but Read more
  • Sugar: The Beach Body Killer
    If you have a sweet tooth, you know it can be difficult to avoid sugary foods like pastries, candy, or even soda. Which sugary food is your weakness? Researchers have proven that sugar is a key contributor to weight gain. But how? Well, sugar is made up of two molecules: glucose and fructose. Glucose is what your body uses for energy. Fructose, on the other hand, is a molecule that your liver turns to fat and is a key contributor to weight gain and disease. Read more
  • Ice Capades
    Importantly, participation in winter sports may often lead to injury, owing in large part to the physical momentum involved in skating, skiing, and sledding. Although injuries are often random and result from unfortunate circumstances, we can take many protective measures to help prevent an injury, despite having sustained a hard fall on the ice or a rough tumble downhill. Read more
  • Pinched Nerves
    When nerves become 'pinched', injury, spasm, and inflammation of the surrounding muscles causes the nerve to become compressed, resulting in pain. The term "pinched nerve" is somewhat of a catch-all phrase that is commonly used to describe the pain associated with a variety of conditions from subluxations, to tunnel syndromes to the referred pain from trigger points. Read more
  • Don't Let Housework Be a Pain in Your Back
    Household chores can be a pain in the sacroiliac. Unless you're careful, routine activities around the home— washing dishes, vacuuming, even talking on the phone— can strain your back, including the sacroiliac area near the tailbone, and result in debilitating discomfort. Read more

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