STRESS IS GOOD

Only when your body is stressed does it grow. Only when stress is chronic does it do harm. Your body has a general adaptive potential (GAP), which is it’s ability to adapt to stress. Nerve interference (Vertebral Subluxation Complex, (VSC) decreases your GAP. Chiropractic adjustments increase your GAP by removing VSC. When stress overwhelms your […]

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Get Healthy, Stay Healthy in the New Year

So, it’s a New Year, which traditionally means it’s time for a fresh start. This year, why not make a resolution to improve your health? It’s time to start the self-improvement plans we’ve been putting off for so long. Following these ten tips will increase your chances of living longer and more fully, and greatly […]

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Soccer Kids Need Protection

Ever since 1984, the year soccer passed baseball as the most popular team sport in the United States, participation in this sport has skyrocketed. With increasing numbers of children running and kicking their way down soccer fields across America, doctors of chiropractic are urging parents to take a step back and learn how to protect […]

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Keeping Athletic Kids Healthy & Fit

In today’s age of health and fitness, more and more kids are involved in sporting activities. Although being part of a football, soccer or Little League team is an important rite of passage for many kids, parents and their children could be overlooking the importance of proper nutrition and body conditioning needed for preventing injuries […]

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Today’s Fashion Can Be Tomorrow’s Pain

Looking your best might not always be the best thing for you. Today’s society is extremely fashion and style conscious. Unfortunately, clothing designers and stylists aim to please by creating unique looks that might not always be practical or even comfortable. The look of the season shows runway models in high platform heels and tight […]

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Prepare for Winter Sports Activities

When snow, ice and frigid weather blast into town, watch out, says the American Chiropractic Association (ACA). Winter recreational activities and chores can pose problems for the outdoor enthusiast whose body is not in condition. Winter sports like skating, skiing and sledding can cause painful muscle spasms, strains or tears if you’re not in shape. […]

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Travel Can Be a Pain In Your Back

Traveling can be rough on the body. Whether you are traveling alone on businessor on your way to a sunny resort with your family, long hours in a caror an airplane can leave you stressed, tired, stiff and sore. “Prolonged sitting can wreak havoc on your body,” says Dr. Scott Bautch, immediate past president of […]

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Surviving the Holidays

The day after Thanksgiving is a milestone of sorts in America. It reminds us of just how quickly the year has gone by— and how close we are to the holiday season. This realization— coupled with the fabulous sales at major department stores and malls everywhere— helps make the day after Thanksgiving our biggest shopping […]

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Don’t Let Housework Be a Pain in Your Back

Household chores can be a pain in the sacroiliac. Unless you’re careful, routine activities around the home— washing dishes, vacuuming, even talking on the phone— can strain your back, including the sacroiliac area near the tailbone, and result in debilitating discomfort. But you can protect your back by knowing the right way to go about […]

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