Have you ever wondered why certain forms of exercise result in muscle soreness? The technical term for muscle soreness after working out is DOMS, which stands for delayed-onset muscle soreness. Besides feeling sore, this term also includes reduced range of motion and muscle strength. You will usually experience this 24-48 hours after you try new… Continue reading Muscle Pain after Workout?
As a runner, you know that you are prone to injuries more than the regular person. Whether it’s too much running or cross training, or using the wrong posture in doing so, these strenuous activities put undue stress on muscles and joints, and if left untended, can definitely lead to injuries. Another problem that runners… Continue reading Chiropractic Care and Runners: Just a Few Tips.
Golf may look like a simple sport, but it is challenging on several levels. It has an intense psychological component, which may just be on par with poker! And perhaps the tournament that gets inside a golfer’s head more than any other is The Masters Championship. Sure, there are other big tournaments, but there aren’t… Continue reading Golf and Chiropractic: Improve Your Golfing Game
"The term, text neck, is defined as overuse syndrome involving the head, neck and shoulders, usually resulting from excessive strain on the spine from looking in a downward position at hand held devices such as cell phones, mp3 players, e-readers and computer tablets." Are you affected by neck pain? Are you reading this article on… Continue reading Text Neck: Seven Tips to Reverse the affect
I’m not going to tell you that there is a magic supplement or superfood that will make your child immune to colds and flus. But taking the time to support your child’s immune system will give your family a better chance of staying healthy. Before I get into how to support your child’s immune system,… Continue reading 7 Ways to Boost Your Child’s Immune System
If you are a regular runner, you’ve probably experienced shin splints a time or two. Shin Splints are defined as the pain associated with the repeated overuse of the lower extremities. As annoying as they are to deal with, there are ways a chiropractor can help relieve the symptoms associated with shin splints. -Joint Adjustments:… Continue reading Shin Splints & Chiropractic
So, as some of you may or may not know, we do some pretty interesting things here at the office. Yes, we see patients for chiropractic care and massage therapy. But what most of you may not know is that Dr. Kelley sees patients for allergies. Yes, allergies. And no, I don't mean the conventional… Continue reading My N.A.E.T Adventure
As the summer weather finally begins to arrive, many of you will be spending as much time as possible outdoors and creating all the Vitamin D your body could possibly need. This is done as the ultraviolet rays from the sun convert skin oil to Vitamin D. The Vitamin D that is created then moves… Continue reading Stop Sunburn with Vitamin F
The full size spine model make it easier to see the relationship between the spine, nerve, bones and disc. Poor posture increase loading over your spine, nerve, joint, disc and more. Overtime it changes the biomechanics of your body. You then will have aches and pain in certain area of your body. it includes but… Continue reading Forward Head Posture & Chiropractic
Spring is finally here! Spring and summer come with many outdoor activities, including gardening, mowing, and other forms of yard work. All of this yard work can cause great strain on your back and muscles. We want to make sure you use proper form to prevent any injuries. We recommend that before you start any… Continue reading Make A Chiropractic Appointment Before You Start Your Yard Work!