Migraine and Headache Awareness Month

June is National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month to encourage dialogue and awareness of how headaches affect everyday life for so many. The statistics are incredibly high for the number of people impacted by headaches and the implications of self-medicating…
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superfoods

Superfoods for Super Health

Springtime is the season of new beginnings and superfoods! Budding trees, flowering plants, chirping birds. All of these can lead to feelings of greater well-being. As the famous composer, Gustav Mahler once said, “With the coming of spring, I am…
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herniated discs

Risk Factors For Herniated Disc

Warning signs of a herniated disc can depend on the portion of the spine that is affected. If the lower back is affected, the classic sign is sciatica pain that radiates down the leg with numbness and tingling. If the…
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carpal tunnel

Surgery Free Solution For Carpal Tunnel

Do you use a computer at work or at home? Of course! Most of us spend countless hours using our hands for repetitive tasks such as typing on our computer keyboards. This leaves us particularly vulnerable to developing carpal tunnel…
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preventive-healthcare

Long Lasting Health & Mobility

The Fountain of Youth is a mythical spring that restores the youth of anyone who drinks or bathes in its waters. It would be wonderful if there was such a magical solution for good health yet we learn that good…
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Exercises to Increase Flexibility

Flexibility is the ability to extend or stretch without breaking. Medically, the term is used to describe the range of motion in a muscle or joint. Increasing your flexibility is crucial for preventing injury and it can also improve performance.…
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New Year Fitness Plan Without The Pain

Year after year, we find ourselves indulging during the holiday season and then we are left to make New Year’s resolutions. One of the more popular resolutions is to get in shape but very often, February rolls around and this…
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Sleep Hygiene

Sleep hygiene is a popular new buzzword that has been widely used because of the many Americans who struggle with sleep and feeling well-rested. The American Sleep Association defines ‘sleep hygiene’ as behaviors that one can do to help promote…
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The Signs and Misconceptions of Spinal Degeneration

Happy National Chiropractic Health Month! As we celebrate this October, we want to ensure everyone has the tools they need to prevent back pain as it continues to be one of the most prevalent and debilitating conditions. Studies show that…
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Fender Bender? See Your Chiropractor!

Did you know that about half of all whiplash injuries occur at low speeds between 6-12 mph? The logic that if there is no damage to the car then there is probably no personal injury can be no further from the…
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