These are a must do for anyone that: Has neck and shoulder tension or pain Sits at a computer or uses a smart phone Wants to stay safe while driving Benefits include: Less pain, stiffness and arthritis Avoiding the "Old Lady Hump" Turning your head when you are driving (it's our little public service announcement :) Please Share this video with your friends so that we can spread the message of neck and back health.
These are a must for anyone that: Sits too much Sleeps in funny positions LIfts heavy objects (including kids and groceries) The benefits of doing these exercises: Less Pain and Stiffness Better Digestion Better Sleep Note that this is not a replacement for regular chiropractic adjustments . . . It's a complement. Like brushing your teeth AND flossing. One more thing . . . Please Share this with a Friend. Enjoy!
Cakes, cookies, pumpkin lattes and apple pie. The four KEY food groups of the holiday season and the perfect recipe for inflammation, fatigue and maybe even trying out a new hole in your belt. We’ve all been there. Stuff your face and then waddle over to the couch only to fall asleep in a carbohydrate induced coma. I speak from experience. UGH. Thankfully, you don’t have to give up everything that you crave to feel better this holiday season. In fact, a few smart choice
The end of the year is the perfect time to sit down, reflect and create your goals for the upcoming year, and often our biggest resolutions are first, to get healthy, and second, and most importantly, getting it to stick! If it’s on your list to improve your physical well-being, you’re in the right place. We are here to support you. Our office is focused on helping you create an active, healthy lifestyle through exercise and Chiropractic care. Wondering just how the Chiropra
Walking seems like a simple enough activity. I mean we learned to walk before we learned to talk. Right? So how can something as simple and mundane as walking possibly improve your back pain. Let me answer this question with a story. Many years ago a regular patient came in to see me and said, “Doc. My low back has really been hurting lately. What should I do?” Now let me give you some background on this person. First, she received spinal adjustments every two weeks. S