When it comes to chiropractic care, most chiropractors will agree that it takes more than chiropractic alone to completely heal you and improve your overall quality of life. There are several things you need to do along with chiropractic care to see the best results possible, and one of them is exercise. When most think of exercise, they imagine heart-pumping aerobics like cardio, but the truth is that practices like yoga are great for the body. Here is how working yoga into your routine will support a healthy spine and body.
Does knee, ankle, or foot pain have you down? As we age, the chances of lower leg pain, particularly in the knee, ankle, and foot, increases. Here’s how chiropractic can help.
Spring is in the air and that means pollen is, too! Many people don’t realize it, but there are plenty of allergy sufferers out there who have found relief with chiropractic care. To put it simply, allergies are an exaggerated response of the immune system and with chiropractic care, your immune system will be strong. Although chiropractic isn’t exactly an allergy treatment, it is a natural method of healing that can help ease your allergy issues.
Tax season is going strong, and that means added stress of many of us. Stress can have a huge negative impact on your health and can lead to issues including anxiety, depression, illness, and lack of sleep. Whether you are facing situational stress due to tax season are are dealing with chronic stress. we can help.
Spring is finally here, and if you’re anything like us, you are thinking about spring cleaning! There’s just something refreshing about throwing out the old and starting over new with a good spring cleaning. A thorough spring cleaning requires a lot of work and can be painful if the body isn’t prepared. Before you get too far into the new season, learn how chiropractic care can spring you into great health.
We’ve all heard of carpal tunnel syndrome before, what what exactly is it and can chiropractic care help?
Fibromyalgia is the world’s most common musculoskeletal condition, and one that is often misdiagnosed. It is a chronic, or long term, disease that can be identified by widespread muscle and joint pain, general fatigue, and areas of tenderness. Unfortunately there is not clear cause of fibromyalgia, as its symptoms are subjective to the individual and cannot be measured through tests. This is, in large part, why it is so often misdiagnosed.
It seems there is something about the New Year that gives a natural energy boost. Whether it is the excitement of a fresh start or feeling refreshed after time off from the holidays, we know we feel great going into 2019. But as the months go on, those feelings can quickly fade. If you want to keep your energy levels high for the year to come, chiropractic might be the answer.
Christmas has come and gone, and although the holiday season is about giving, it is important to take care of yourself, too. Giving yourself the gift of chiropractic is a great way to go in to the new year! Here are just a few reasons why:
The holidays are here, which means you most likely have travel plans. Traveling, though well worth it, puts a lot of stress on our bodies. We’ve put together the top 3 strains we suffer from while travelling and what what you can do to make improvements.
We’ve heard it before - a patient calls in to cancel their chiropractic appointment because of the common cold. We suggest that chiropractic care can help get rid of your bug and improve your overall health, including your immune system. Here’s what you need to know.
When your muscle has been strained over time, one sudden movement can send it into a spasm. When a spasm occurs, the blood supply is cut off, causing even more pain and an inability to move. There a quite a few measures you can take to prevent muscle spasms, and to alleviate the pain once one has occurred. Here are our tips.
Summertime fun is coming to an end, and it's time to begin a new school year. As hectic as going back to school can be for parents, it can also be stressful for your kids. From meeting new teachers to exposure to germs to the physical stresses of carrying heavy books, a new school year means new stresses. Here are our tips for helping your child put their best foot forward this year!