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  • Babies Can Be a Real Pain in the Back

    Low back pain during pregnancy is quite common. In fact, between 50-75% of all pregnant women will experience low back pain. The pain is usually caused from rapid changes in weight,posture, gait and hormones.The average woman gains between 20-40 pounds throughout pregnancy.   Read More Chiropractic Blog Posts...

  • Stay on Your "A" Game This Holiday With These Healthy Tips

    As exciting as the holidays can be, the added stress that comes along can really affect how your body functions. Whether you’ll be doing a lot of shopping,cooking, wrapping presents, or attending holiday parties, chances are you’ll be putting your body through a lot more than it’s normally accustomed to and all of this can trigger back and neck pain. Here are 11 tips to help you prepare for a happy and healthy holiday season.Shopping Tips• Dress appropriately before headin...  Read More Chiropractic Blog Posts...

  • Looking to Improve Your Golf Game With a Chiropractor?

    Thoracic Rotation Might Be a Good Exercise for You!As most seasoned golfers know, when you're swinging a golf club, it's not just your arms doing the work. There are many muscles groups it takes to fully swing the golf club including upper back, lateral muscles, and lower back. When these muscles are over-strained, they tend to have a domino effect on your spinal health increasing the incidence of upper and lower back pain as well as risk of injury to other areas.In order to make sure th...  Read More Chiropractic Blog Posts...

  • Eat Your Way to Migraine Relief

    Migraine sufferers may already know about which foods trigger a painful migraine, but if not - keeping a food journal can help. Sweet treats, chocolate, and alcoholic beverages are commonly served during the holidays (which are right around the corner), and they’re also common migraine triggers, so be mindful if you suffer from frequent headaches. Read on to view the complete list of common migraine triggers.✓ Chocolate and cocoa (Chocolate: milk, ice cream, pudding, cookies, cake, or...  Read More Chiropractic Blog Posts...

  • How Can Chiropractic Help Your Snapping Hip?

    The muscle responsible for flexing your hip toward your trunk, is called the Psoas. This muscle begins on your lower spine and passes through your pelvis to attach onto the top of your femur(thigh bone). Along this course, the muscle travels across the front of your hip socket and over several bony prominences.   Read More Chiropractic Blog Posts...

  • How Does Chiropractic Help Whiplash

    What is Whiplash?Whiplash is an injury to the ligaments and tendons in the neck and head from a sudden sharp movement. More than 3 million people in America suffer from whiplash injury every year. Approximately 50% of these victims will suffer from chronic pain and about 10% of those people become permanently disabled as a result of their injuries.There are many symptoms associated with Whiplash that can include, but not limit to:HeadachesHeadaches are the second most frequently reported symptom...  Read More Chiropractic Blog Posts...

  • Keep Better Sleep Habits!

    Researchers recommend sleeping for 7-9 hours per night. Even small deficits can pose problems like decreased athleticism, diminished brain function, increased inflammation and a greater likelihood to get sick- sleeping only 6 hours per night makes you four times more likely to catch a cold when compared to sleeping 7 or more hours. Regular spinal adjustments can help you squeeze in those hours to make sure you sleep better through the night.Ideally, eat your last meal 3-4 hours before bedtime an...  Read More Chiropractic Blog Posts...

  • Shoulder Pain? This Might Be The Cause!

    Condition of the Month – (SLAP Tear)“The term “SLAP” stands for Superior Labrum Anterior Posterior and is used to describe a tear or detachment of the labrum that begins at the anchor site for the biceps and extends forward (anterior) and backward (posterior) from this point. A “SLAP tear”basically means that the labrum is being peeled away from the underlying bone.SLAP Tear Your shoulder is a “ball and socket” joint between the ball-shaped top of your upper arm bone(humerus) and the socket of y...  Read More Chiropractic Blog Posts...

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