Did you know, according to researchers at the University of Iowa, 90 percent of 2-year-olds are already using tablets and smartphones to some extent? Most of us see it for ourselves, the toddlers’ faces reflecting the glow of colorful cartoon... (Read More)
You might wonder why, with 115 Americans dying every day from opioid overdoses, F4CP even needs to raise awareness about available drug-free pain management. Then, among all the statistics pouring out, comes one pointing out that less than 20... (Read More)
When’s the last time you enjoyed a full night’s sleep? If you can’t remember, you’re in good company. A third of all Americans don’t get enough sleep according to the CDC, and that concerns today’s doctors of chiropractic.
Does that... (Read More)
One minute, you’re thinking about how good that Italian sausage you just picked up is going to make your spaghetti dinner taste. The next, a blur of white racing in from the next lane drives any thought of dinner from your mind.
You’re in a... (Read More)
Musicians, by nature of the beast, are a breed all their own.
The true artists among them are passionate to a fault about the music they make, waking in the middle of the night to write down a phrase they heard in a dream. Then come hours of... (Read More)
One of the fastest growing branches of chiropractic care has wrapped itself around sports. It comes as no real surprise. For years, professional athletes have embraced its preventative and restorative benefits, to the point of now including doctors... (Read More)
If chiropractic care pops up in your daily news fix, it’s probably talking about the strides doctors of chiropractic are making in helping those battling chronic back and neck pain. Given the number of studies showing most patients experience... (Read More)
Why, months before our “Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness” campaign in September, are we choosing to bring up the opioid epidemic? To answer this question, we point to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) release about the toll... (Read More)
It’s no surprise that low back pain is considered the most common cause of job-related disability and frequently the reason for job absenteeism. Studies show about 80 percent of us will experience low back pain at some point in our lives.
And... (Read More)