September is National Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month. This month-long awareness campaign was created to help fight back against the nationwide opioid crisis. The goal is to raise awareness of nonpharmacological pain management tools like... (Read More)
Sports injuries are common. If you’ve played any sport, you’ve probably experienced some type of injury. For children, nearly one-third of injuries are sports-related and the majority of the injuries are strains or sprains. Adults suffer many of... (Read More)
Summer is here! If you are busily planning your vacation, make sure to book a chiropractic adjustment before you leave. Travel can be hard on our bodies. If you want to protect yourself on your trip, try these tips.
Get a travel pillow. It may... (Read More)
Most of our workplaces are designed to be safe. We have ergonomic desks, chairs, posters on lifting safely, personal protective equipment, and the list goes on and on. What about your home? You spend half your day at home. Can your everyday home... (Read More)
Have you ever watched a toddler sit cross-legged? They sit with their backs straight, and it feels natural to them. Most adults don’t follow the example of young children. We hunch while we walk, slump at our desks and crane our necks forward... (Read More)
Have you ever been driving down the highway when you hit construction right at the exit you need to take? Traffic slows to a standstill, and you’re left wondering if you will ever get home. Your spine is the highway of your body, and the highway... (Read More)
It’s time to get outside and clean up your yard. Yard work can be a great physical activity, if you are careful. Otherwise it’s an easy way to strain or injure yourself. Learn to avoid these mistakes, and you’ll stay pain-free all... (Read More)
Maybe you're interested in becoming a doctor of chiropractic (DC). Maybe you're wondering what kind of training your own DC has been through. We can help with some details.
When you go to your chiropractor for care, you're seeing a practitioner... (Read More)
Stress can bring on a variety of physical symptoms, ranging from annoying to debilitating. It can cause tension, eye twitching and irritability. In other cases, it may lead to increased blood pressure, headaches, insomnia and weight changes. Finding... (Read More)