Chiropractic Care for Improved Sleep Quality and Insomnia Relief

Insomnia and chronic sleep deprivation can lead to many health problems, including increased risk of stroke, heart attack, high blood pressure, a weakened immune system, memory issues, depression, and anxiety. However, chiropractic care can help improve sleep quality for people who suffer from insomnia and can’t get a good night’s rest. Continue reading

 

How to Maintain a Healthy Spine as You Age

Maintaining a healthy spine is key to maintaining a good quality of life. This is especially important as our bodies age. Here are some tips to keep your spine in good condition no matter what age you are. Continue reading

 

Chiropractic Care and Managing Chronic Pain

If you are suffering from chronic pain in the back and neck, chiropractic care can be highly effective for pain relief. In fact, scientists have been studying how chiropractic care can help manage pain in the joints for many years. Continue reading

 

Diet and Joint Health

According to the CDC, about a quarter of the population in America suffer from arthritis and are dealing with symptoms of joint pain, hindering their everyday lives. Medication can help relieve joint pain, but so can a better diet. Continue reading

 

Injury Prevention Tips for Athletes

Today many athletes compete in multiple sports. Sometimes these are seasonal, but in many cases it can be multiple sports and excessive training sessions all taking place at the same time. This can lead to unnecessary wear and tear that can often contribute to unexpected injuries. Much of this can be avoided by putting an all encompassing plan in place that provides education and best practices with regards to how the body works and its limitations. Even athletes who are in top shape often end up coming to us with injuries when the season changes and they switch sports, primarily since they have not planned ahead and taken into account the different muscles they will be using. Working with a chiropractor can be an important first step to take and provide you with the tools you need to stay in top form and avoid losing playing time due to an injury.

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The Benefits Of Regular Chiropractic Adjustments For Overall Well-Being

As more people look for ways to live healthier lifestyles, chiropractic care is becoming more popular. Millions of Americans receive it each year, and these treatments offer a lot more than temporary pain relief. This post will explore the benefits of regular chiropractic adjustments and how they can boost your overall quality of life. Continue reading

 

Exercise and Stretching Routines For A Healthy Back

Whether you have chronic back pain or want to prevent it, there are plenty of exercises and stretching routines to keep your back in good shape. This post explores some of the most common ones you can easily incorporate into your daily routine.

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Combating Back Pain In the Office

Spending long hours sitting at the office can take a toll on your back. Thankfully, there are many simple ways to reduce back pain and stay pain-free throughout your workday.

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The Science of Sleep – A Personalized Approach to a Good Night’s Rest

Sleep is meant to give your body and mind the rest necessary to rejuvenate for the day ahead. Unfortunately, many of our patients complain about waking up with neck and back pain caused by an uncomfortable night’s rest. This is why we have partnered with Pillowise, offering a natural, sleep-enhancing solution.

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What to Know About Adult-Onset Scoliosis

What is Scoliosis?

Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that measures greater than 10 degrees and causes the shoulders and hips to be uneven, depending on where the curves are located in the spine. When an x-ray is taken of a person who has scoliosis, the spine looks more like an “S” or a “C” rather than a straight line. Scoliosis occurs most often during the growth spurt of a child just before puberty; however, adults can develop scoliosis too.

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