A 2020 survey by The American Institute of Stress found that 73% of Americans experience stress that impacts their mental health. If you regularly find yourself feeling overwhelmed or anxious, and these feelings interfere with your ability to get a... (Read More)
Vitamin D is one of the most important nutrients. It acts like a hormone and interacts with every cell in your body. What's more, studies show that vitamin D helps fortify your immune system, boosts your mood and provides energy.
Unfortunately... (Read More)
Pregnancy is a beautiful and rewarding experience, but it often presents side effects that can affect your mobility and neuro-musculoskeletal health. Research suggests about 50% of pregnant women experience back and neck pain at some point before... (Read More)
Physical activities like playing sports and working out are a lot of fun. They encourage healthy circulation, strengthen your muscles, and lower your risk of potentially serious health problems like heart disease and diabetes. But if you don't take... (Read More)
Serious question: are you taking in enough water on a daily basis? Whether you are or not, it's important to understand what proper hydration can do for the body and how being dehydrated can prevent your body from being in a healthy state.
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What's your favorite way to learn new things?
A.) Reading the news.
B.) Checking out a book from the local library.
C.) Listening to a podcast.
If you selected option C, you're in luck, because we recently launched our very own podcast... (Read More)
Doctors of chiropractic (DCs) use holistic, integrative treatments to address a variety of neuro-musculoskeletal ailments. In fact, approximately 22 million Americans visit a doctor of chiropractic each year, 35% specifically for back pain.
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Low back pain is an incredibly common problem. In fact, about 31 million Americans experience low back pain at any given time. If you're one of them, don't wait to schedule an appointment with your doctor of chiropractic. When left untreated, low... (Read More)
For people aged 65 and older, falls are a common problem. Seasonal factors, like ice and snow, make the risk even greater. Each year, about 36 million seniors suffer a fall. Of those falls, approximately one in five results in an injury, like a... (Read More)