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4 Ways to Improve Your Posture At Home – Part 4 Apr 12th, 2020

While getting checked regularly is important, posture care begins at home. Many of us have developed very poor habits that lead to chronic conditions such as upper cross syndrome (rounded shoulders and forward head carriage), increased lumbar lordosis/forward curve, and our old favorite, pain. Left alone long enough, poor posture...

4 Ways to Improve Your Posture At Home – Part 3  Apr 5th, 2020

While getting checked regularly is important, posture care begins at home. Many of us have developed very poor habits that lead to chronic conditions such as upper cross syndrome (rounded shoulders and forward head carriage), increased lumbar lordosis/forward curve, and our old favorite, pain. Left alone long enough, poor posture...

4 Ways to Improve Your Posture At Home – Part 2  Mar 30th, 2020

While getting checked regularly is important, posture care begins at home. Many of us have developed very poor habits that lead to chronic conditions such as upper cross syndrome (rounded shoulders and forward head carriage), increased lumbar lordosis/forward curve, and our old favorite, pain. Left alone long enough, poor posture...

4 Ways to Improve Your Posture At Home – Part 1 Mar 4th, 2020

While getting checked regularly is important, posture care begins at home. Many of us have developed very poor habits that lead to chronic conditions such as upper cross syndrome (rounded shoulders and forward head carriage), increased lumbar lordosis/forward curve, and our old favorite, pain. Left alone long enough, poor posture helps...

Can Chiropractic Care Improve Heart Health? Feb 16th, 2020

Heart health—a topic that ought to be on all of our minds—is the top focus of February. This is because each year, roughly 25% of all deaths in the United States are related to heart disease. While some of these deaths are the result of congenital defects from birth, many...

OUCH! 3 MAJOR CAUSES OF PAIN AND WHAT TO DO Dec 10th, 2019

Sooner or later, we all experience some kind of pain—most of us from the day we’re born! In many cases, pain comes and goes as we’re hurt and heal. Some types, however, are a little more troublesome to deal with. Pain associated with everyday living can nag at us, gradually...

TIPS FOR SURVIVING THE AFTERMATH OF HALLOWEEN Nov 2nd, 2019

Halloween can be a fantastic holiday. It brings together families for trick or treating and friends for parties or other get-togethers. It’s a time when we can be someone (or something!) else for a single evening before returning to our regular lives. We may even choose to indulge our sweet...

STRESS TO THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, PART 4 OF 4 – TOXINS Oct 25th, 2019

Welcome to the fourth post in our series about subluxation and stress to the nervous system. Previously, we discussed how our thoughts can be a major influence on our physical symptoms. If you any of the previous posts, you can view them here: part 1 – part 2 – part 3. Today we’ll be discussing...

STRESS TO THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, PART 3 OF 4 – THOUGHTS Oct 18th, 2019

Welcome to the third post in our series about subluxation and stress to the nervous system. Last time, we discussed how physical trauma can disrupt the normal function of the nervous system. If you missed either the previous posts, you can view them here: part 1 – part 2. Today we’ll be discussing...

STRESS TO THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, PART 2 OF 4 – TRAUMA Oct 8th, 2019

Welcome to the second post in our series about subluxation and stress to the nervous system. Last time, we discussed the history of subluxation and outlined the contributing factors. If you missed the first post, you can check it out here. Today we’ll be discussing the issue of trauma and how...

STRESS TO THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, PART 1 OF 4 – THE THREE T’S Sep 29th, 2019

What is a “subluxation?” If you’ve visited a chiropractor in the past, you may have heard this term before. Subluxation is a legacy term used by the chiropractic profession to refer to various segmental disorders of the spine and extremities that impact neuromuscular function and in some cases visceral activity....