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  • Your Arm Pain Could be a Neck Problem
    Your Arm Pain Could Be a Neck Problem   Bottom Line: Pain in your hand, wrist, or arm can be frustrating. You don’t realize how much you use your arms and hands each Read more
  • Taking Control of Your Health: Slowing Down the Degenerative Process
    Bottom Line: The dreaded degenerative disc disease. Well, it may not be so dreaded after all. You may be surprised to learn that degenerative disc disease is a part of the Read more
  • Is Your Cell Phone Causing Tech Neck?
    Bottom Line: Staying connected to friends and family is easier than ever with social media. The tradeoff is that your daily screen time may be 1, 2, 3 hours or more. Read more
  • How to Prevent Spinal Disc Injuries
    Bottom Line: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. I often wonder if the author of that quote happened to have a disc herniation. By investing in a Read more
  • Hot Spinal Discs: Can an Inflamed Disc Heal?
    Hot Spinal Discs: Can an Inflamed Disc Heal?  Bottom Line: It’s called a “hot” disc for a reason. Disc herniations cause a tremendous amount of inflammation that can irritate nearby nerves and Read more
  • Finding Lasting Relief From Disc Herniations
    Bottom Line: So, you’ve suffered a disc herniation, and it’s causing severe pain. Do you need an injection or surgery? What type of doctor should you see? Can a Chiropractor make Read more
  • A Spinal Disc Bulge or Herniation: What’s the Difference?
    Bottom Line: The bones, discs, ligaments, and muscles of your spine are designed to help you maintain proper spinal alignment, posture, and movement. Between each set of bones or vertebrae is Read more
  • Dynamic Stretching: A New Way to Feel Better
    Bottom Line: You’ve probably been told many times that you should stretch before and after a workout. Most people never do because static stretching is boring and takes so much extra Read more
  • Tape: All Hype or Scientifically Sound?
    Tape: All Hype or Scientifically Sound?  Bottom Line: It’s difficult to find a single sporting event where you won’t see an athlete wearing colorful tape somewhere on their body. You may have Read more
  • Moving Kids Towards Better Health
    Bottom Line: Life is motion. Moving every day is crucially important to your overall health and wellness. Everything from cardiovascular disease to depression has been tied to a lack of physical Read more
  • Foam Rolling: It Hurts So Good
    Foam Rolling: It Hurts So Good  Bottom Line: Foam rolling has exploded in popularity over the past few years. No longer used only by athletes and trainers, foam rolling (or myofascial release) Read more
  • Finding Relief Without Drugs
    Bottom Line: With the opioid crisis affecting millions of people, it may come as no surprise that there’s probably someone in your circle of friends and family struggling with opioid misuse Read more
  • Back Pain: Top Organizations Recommend Against Opioids
    Bottom Line: At last, many top healthcare organizations are taking a stand against the prescription of opioids for treating back pain. The American Pain Society, Harvard Health, and the American College Read more
  • Headaches: Before You Reach For Medication
    Headaches: Before You Reach for Medication… Bottom Line: Do you suffer from headaches? If so, you’re not alone. It’s estimated that up to 50% of people deal with headaches each year. While Read more
  • Why do Athletes need a Chiropractor?
    Why Do Athletes Need a Chiropractor? Bottom Line: Preparing, training and competing all collectively make taking part in your sport of choice so much fun. However, the common motions in many popular Read more
  • The Key to Crossfit Success
    Bottom Line: If you’re into Crossfit, you know how addictive it can become. That mix of high-intensity interval training and competition can help drive your motivation and commitment and lead you Read more

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