We have so many patients ask us if "it's okay" for their newborn to get adjusted or "at what age" they can get adjusted. Well, a child can be adjusted hours after their birth. Yes, hours! See, the birthing process is not only traumatic to the mother but to the baby as well. Think about… Continue reading Newborns and Chiropractic
At Pinnacle Chiropractic and Family Wellness we see a variety of patients with spinal misalignment’s or subluxations. Some times these patients have acute issues, some times they are suffer from chronic problems, either way after we adjust the subluxated area are goal is for things to stay in alignment. Thus, the more the patient can… Continue reading Tips To Help Your Chiropractic Adjustment Stay in Alignment
May is Posture Awareness Month – so get your shoulders away from your ears! Raised shoulders are a sign of tension in the neck and upper back. Over time, that tension will lead to pain. Good posture equates with good health. It means your bones are aligned, and your muscles, joints and ligaments can do… Continue reading It’s Posture Awareness Month!
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
In the United States we are sicker now than ever before in our history. We live in the greatest country in the world with more Universities, research labs, businesses and the internet focused on gathering information to help people live longer, healthier lives. How can those two statements both be true? Unfortunately, they are both… Continue reading National Nutrition Month
Dr. Brock Johnson was born and raised in Hot Springs, Arkansas. He graduated from Lakeside High School in 2003 and earned his B.A. in Spanish/Linguistics from the University of Colorado and Arkansas Tech University in 2007. He also studied at the University of Leon in Leon, Spain before pursuing his chiropractic career. Dr. Johnson received… Continue reading Dr. Brock Johnson
In the last few months, talk about “text-neck” has been all over the news and social media. It is a term used to describe looking down at wireless devices for too long. People are passing their time by texting, reading, and playing games on their smartphones and tablets. With about everyone owning a smartphone and… Continue reading How is Texting Damaging Your Spine?