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Who is Most at Risk for Whiplash Injuries?

Posted on 05-25-2015

Whiplash is a type of injury that occurs when the neck is forcefully moved back and forth. It is most commonly a result of rear-end auto accidents, and it causes a number of painful symptoms, includin...

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What Are “Extremity Adjustments” and How Can They Help?

Posted on 05-19-2015

Many people think chiropractic care is all about the spine, and it is true that spinal adjustments are a central component of what chiropractors do. However, the chiropractic approach can also be used...

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No Fitness Equipment? No Problem. 10 Bodyweight Exercises You Can Do Anywhere

Posted on 05-17-2015

You don’t need a gym membership or a garage full of equipment to get in shape. You can build a strength training routine around these ten bodyweight exercises no matter where you are. 10 Body...

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Inside the Great “Calories-In” Debate

Posted on 05-12-2015

It is no secret that the prevalence of obesity in America has increased dramatically over the last few decades. Since 1980, the obesity rate in American adults has doubled from 15% to 30%. The reason ...

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How to Reduce the Risk of Snow Shoveling Injuries

Posted on 05-10-2015

When the snow starts to fly, your trusty shovel is often the only thing between you and a day spent snowed in. If used improperly, however, that same shovel could leave you with a painful (and maybe e...

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Why Preventive Care Makes Sense

Posted on 05-05-2015

An ounce of prevention is probably worth a lot more than a pound of cure when it comes to our own health and the health of our families. Fortunately, the core concepts of prevention aren’t diffi...

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Aging and Posture

Posted on 05-04-2015

As with changes in skin and hair, changes in posture are common with aging. Your bones give your body structure and support, joints attach your bones and allow movement and muscles give you the streng...

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Kids and Weight Training: How Young is Too Young?

Posted on 04-28-2015

Weight training has a number of benefits for adults, including increased bone density, muscle strength, and physical work capacity, but can it have the same benefits for kids? Most health and fitness ...

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Occupational Hazard - Whole Body Vibration and Risks to Your Musculoskeletal Health

Posted on 04-26-2015

Chronic pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide. Not only does this pain create untold suffering for millions of people, but its treatment also costs individuals and employers billions of do...

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Innovations in Bed and Mattress Design: These Might Make a Difference

Posted on 04-21-2015

How many years has it been since you last replaced your mattress? If your answer is in the double-digits, chances are good that it’s time to at least start thinking about a new one. Mattress des...

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A Brief History of Back Walking

Posted on 04-17-2015

A new and increasingly popular form of massage therapy called “Ashiatsu” is actually anything but new. This type of massage—in which the therapist manipulates the patient's back ...

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A Brief Patient’s Guide to Atlas Orthogonal Technique

Posted on 04-14-2015

The Atlas Orthogonal Technique is a highly-specialized form of chiropractic treatment focused on restoring body balance through upper cervical spinal corrections. In particular, the manipulations conc...

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The Benefits of Life-Long Sports

Posted on 04-13-2015

Not only can playing sports at any age help you maintain your strength, stamina, balance, flexibility and coordination, the benefits are actually cumulative over time. That means the more adults parti...

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Can Video Games Be Good for Seniors?

Posted on 04-09-2015

It’s common to see kids and teenagers completely engrossed in a video game, but game consoles have yet to make much of an impact on the older crowd. This might soon change, though, as more evide...

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Let’s Talk About Keystone Habits

Posted on 04-03-2015

When asked what they want to accomplish in the next year, most people reply with big goals. Maybe they want to lose 30 pounds or earn a promotion at work. These types of larger or longer-term goals ta...

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