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    • SEPTEMBER 20, 2023
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    What Chiropractic Patients Want to Know About Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

    You try to stand up from a seated position and feel a stab of pain in your lower back. It may even shoot through your hip, buttock, or down the back of your thigh. The pain may even get worse then you walk uphill or sit for a long period of time. While these symptoms

    • JUNE 15, 2023
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    How Smartphones Are Killing Our Spines & What To Do About It

    How Smartphones Are Killing Our Spines & What To Do About It

    It’s no secret that almost everyone has a smartphone. In fact, a series of surveys by The Pew Institute in 2015 showed that 64% of American adults now own a smartphone of some kind. They keep us connected, offer us flexibility, and provide us with access to endless information. They have their drawbacks. Smartphones also

    • MAY 3, 2023
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    3 Stretches Chiropractic Patients Can Do For Neck Pain

    Stretching is often an outstanding complement to chiropractic care. Blood flow to the muscles is increased and it helps lower the risk of injury and improves physical performance. More importantly, stretching is good for the joints, helping them function through their full range of motion. Additionally, some studies show that muscles work and move more

    • APRIL 26, 2023
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    How the Feet, Knees & Hips Affect the Lower Back

    If you have low back pain, or have had it, you are not alone. Experts estimate that around 80% of people will experience some type of back problem as some point in their lives. The Global Burden of Disease 2010 lists low back pain as the number one cause of disability worldwide. The good news

    • APRIL 4, 2023
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    4 Ways to Incorporate Movement Into Your Workplace

    If you sit behind a desk all day with little or no activity, you could be compromising your physical health, mental health, and brain health which could impact your productivity at work. From a physical standpoint, it isn’t healthy to remain in one position for too long. It can lead to various health conditions including

    • MARCH 29, 2023
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    How Chiropractic Helps Asthma Sufferers

    Asthma is a chronic lung disease that is marked by narrowing and inflammation in the airways. The condition causes recurring periods of symptoms that include shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing, and tightness in the chest. It often starts in childhood, but it affects people of all ages and adults can suddenly experience an asthma attack.

    • MARCH 26, 2023
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    How Chiropractic Can Help Patellofemoral Tracking Syndrome

    When the weather warms, melting the snow and ice as it ushers in the newness of spring, people are drawn outdoors and increased activity soon follows. Runners top the list, training for upcoming marathons and races, or to just get faster and increase endurance. While there are some runners who won’t let anything stop them,

    • MARCH 22, 2023
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    Costochondritis: Can Chiropractic Help?

    Costochondritis, also called Tietze syndrome, is often misdiagnosed due to the varied symptoms. It involves the ribs and, depending on the area affected, the pain, discomfort, and other symptoms can mislead doctors to underdiagnose or misdiagnose. Patients may experience pain in the side, back, and chest which means it can mimic several different conditions, including

    • MARCH 16, 2023
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    Why You Should Consider Chiropractic If You Suffer From Frozen Shoulder

    Adhesive capsulitis, also known as frozen shoulder, is a condition that causes pain and stiffness in the shoulder joint. The onset of symptoms is gradual, steadily worsening over time, then resolving. The entire process occurs over a one to three-year period. The limited range of motion in the shoulder that is a primary symptom is

    • FEBRUARY 26, 2023
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    3 Reasons Why Sitting On A Stability Ball Is Good For Your Spine

    The workstation is one of the most damaging places you can spend your day when it comes to your spine. Office chairs are not designed to promote good posture or spinal health while desks and computer monitors are notorious for being too low or too high. The result can cause pain in your neck and