The question of whether to apply ice or heat to a particular injury is a familiar one for many people—and especially for parents who see more than their fair share of kids’ cuts, bumps and bruises. We know we want to relieve the pain, reduce swelling and speed healing, but which is the right approach,… Continue reading Better Get Some Ice on That… Or is it Heat?
"My greatest success is my health. I've noticed that I perform my best on and off the course when I am well adjusted. As a result, I have better clarity, mental focus, and vitality in all areas of my life. Chiropractic care is essential to living life optimally!" -NAR #theadjustedlife
Poor posture in children has become an epidemic. While you may be familiar with the causes of poor posture – heavy backpacks and slouching over an iPhone or video game to name a few – the long term effects of poor posture can be devastating. If gone unchecked and untreated, poor posture that starts in… Continue reading 3 Reasons to Check your Child’s Posture
Our society is used to quick fixes. There's a pill for this ache or a shot for that pain. We are bombarded with an exorbitant amount of pharmaceutical ads on television, online and in print every day. With such a reactive attitude, it is difficult to conceive the idea that sometimes the choices you make… Continue reading Proactive Vs. Reactive Health Care
Workplace Ergonomics Movement is an essential part of life. Today, however, a typical office worker sits at a desk for eight hours a day - probably with poor posture- and seldom stands up. Some of the more common workplace injures are carpal tunnel syndrome (a nerve entrapment at the wrist seen in computer users), low… Continue reading Ergonomic Workstation
If you get adjusted at our office, you know that the doctors and front desk staff are always talking about staying hydrated. But why is it so vital to your chiropractic experience to drink water? Here are a few reasons that may surprise you: 1) Your body is made up of about 70% water. If… Continue reading Why Do They Always Tell me to Drink More Water?!