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The Power of TENS

Posted on 03-30-2015

If you suffer from acute pain as the result of an injury, finding relief is probably one of the most important things on your mind. In many cases, pain is treated separately from the underlying condit...

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How to Get Your Kids Up and Moving

Posted on 03-24-2015

About one third of children in the United States are overweight. This is a worrying statistic, but not necessarily a surprising one. Busy school and family schedules leave kids little time for physica...

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Why Do So Many Patients Return for Regular Chiropractic Care Even After Their Initial Symptoms Are Gone?

Posted on 03-20-2015

At some point in your life, you’ve probably heard an acquaintance, friend or family member say something like this: “Once you start going to a chiropractor, you’ll have to keep going...

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Understanding the Vicious Cycle of Injury, Inactivity, and Weight Gain

Posted on 03-18-2015

Acute or chronic pain leaves most people on the couch or in bed. Discomfort in the back, neck, hips, shoulders, and extremity joints can make even moderate activity difficult and strenuous activity (s...

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Why Do Ligament and Tendon Injuries Take So Long to Heal?

Posted on 03-16-2015

Ligaments and tendons both play an important role in the stability and function of the musculoskeletal system. The tendon connects muscles to bones while ligaments connect bones to other bones. Both a...

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A Brief Patient's Guide to the Pettibon System

Posted on 03-10-2015

The Pettibon System® is a spinal rehabilitation system developed 30 years ago by chiropractor Dr. Burl Pettibon. While still a student learning the principles of chiropractic—which include t...

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Can Not Getting Enough Sleep Really Lead to Weight Gain?

Posted on 03-10-2015

Health experts generally agree that getting 8 hours of sleep each night is necessary for most people to be at their best. Some people require even more. Sleep allows your body to heal and recharge, an...

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How to Choose the Right Foam Roller

Posted on 03-03-2015

Foam rolling is gaining in popularity as more people learn about its benefits in treating soft tissue injuries and conditions such as piriformis pain and sore muscles. The first foam rollers were simp...

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Celebrating Chiropractic Medicine’s Legacy of Safe and Effective Care

Posted on 03-01-2015

As chiropractic medicine moves into its 118th year, it is worth reflecting on its long history of providing safe and effective health care.  Despite years of adversity, chiropractic is now well e...

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Close-Up on the Thompson Technique: How Does It Differ from Other Approaches to Chiropractic Care?

Posted on 02-25-2015

The basic chiropractic approach, originally developed by Dr. D.D. Palmer in 1895, is based on the premise that the body has the ability to heal itself if abnormalities of the spine (called subluxation...

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How Do Computerized Spinal Decompression Machines Work?

Posted on 02-22-2015

The vast majority of adults—some estimates say 80% or more—will experience back pain at some time in their lives. For some people, this back pain may be uncomfortable and occur only interm...

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Is There Really Such a Thing as Too Much Running?

Posted on 02-19-2015

It’s no secret that regular exercise is a key component of a healthy lifestyle. Studies show that running is a particularly useful form of exercise. Runners are less likely to suffer from obesit...

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Need a Good Night’s Rest? Try These Natural Approaches Before You Visit the Medicine Cabinet

Posted on 02-17-2015

How well did you sleep last night? If you’re like nearly one third of American adults, the answer is probably “not that well.” Stress and distractions can make it difficult to nod of...

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A Brief Patient’s Guide to Diversified Technique

Posted on 02-11-2015

If you've ever visited a chiropractor's office, the odds are that you are at least somewhat familiar with the Diversified Technique. This is one of the most widely taught and widely used chiro...

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Electrical Stimulation as a Treatment for Back Pain

Posted on 02-09-2015

Back pain--whether acute or chronic--can range from mildly uncomfortable to truly debilitating. And in some cases, the exact cause of the pain can be very difficult to diagnose. If you've ever exp...

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