It's back-to-school time, and that means trips to school, scraped knees, books, back packs, and school sports. The activity can be great for you and the kids, but heavy back packs and bad posture can hurt your kids and their backs. So here are 5 Easy Tips that will help keep the entire family healthy… Continue reading Five Easy Steps for Back To School Wellness
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
July 4th should be a day of fun and celebration, but it is also one of the most dangerous days of the year. You can keep your Independence Day fun and safe when you follow the proper safety tips. Whatever your plans are for this holiday, be sure you remember these safety tips. 1. Remember… Continue reading Fourth Of July Safety Tips
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
Having the best summer is more than a schedule chock full of outdoor activities. It’s staying healthy and fit, too. Here are some tips to help you maximize summer fun: Tip #1. Keep hydrated. Plan on drinking fluids at least one hour before you head out for the day. Aim for 10 eight ounce glasses… Continue reading Seven Summer Wellness Tips
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
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!