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How to Recommend Chiropractic Care for a Loved One

The holiday season is in full swing. And for many of us, that means more time around family and loved ones. If you’ve received chiropractic care and had a good experience, chances are that you’re starting to notice people in your life for whom it could be a great option. That persistent back pain they… Read more »

What Difference Can Those Few Extra Pounds Make?

It’s November, which means Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Reuniting with family and friends and practicing gratitude are certainly worth getting excited about. But at the same time, the Thanksgiving season is a bit nerve-wracking for many of us. The reason? So. Much. Food. Many folks prepare for that number on the scale to… Read more »

How Chiropractic Care Can Help Treat Sports Injuries

Ah, October is here. For many sports fans, it’s the golden month: football season in full swing, the World Series in baseball, and the start of basketball season near the end of the month. Watching sports is obviously no strain on the body. But playing sports certainly can be. Athletes exert a tremendous amount of… Read more »

How to Help Your Kids Have Good Posture

School is officially back in session. And for parents, that means your kids are learning new things and making new friends. Exciting! But it also means they’re wearing backpacks, sitting in chairs, and working at desks much more often. Which spells more stress on their backs, necks and shoulders. We get it–it can be hard… Read more »

At-Home Movements to Help with Neck Pain

As many have predicted, the work-from-home movement continues its post-pandemic march in America–estimates hold that as much as 35% of U.S. workers are now remote.  And what do they all have in common? Computers. Indeed, nearly 80% of all working Americans work from a computer. And that’s not to mention recreational use. One thing that… Read more »

How Can I Tell if I Have a Spinal Alignment Issue?

Most people are aware of the importance of spinal alignment. They were tested for scoliosis as a kid, they’ve seen the severe impact that neck and spinal injuries can have, and even intuitively they know that the spine is not something you want to mess with. What they aren’t aware of, however, is how to… Read more »

At-Home Movements to Help With Lower Back Pain

Roughly 8 out of 10 people will experience back pain at some point in their lives. Americans are living more and more of their lives sitting down, with the number of sedentary jobs nearly doubling since 1950. So the odds are that at some point, you too will experience lower back pain (if you haven’t… Read more »

Least Invasive → Most Invasive

We’ve seen it one too many times. Someone comes into our office still suffering pain or discomfort, even after getting surgery for their ailment. “I’ve tried everything but this,” they say. “So here I am.” By the time they seek out a chiropractor, they’re already physically, emotionally and financially burdened. And even if we’re able… Read more »

Chiropractic Misconception #3: “You’ll get stuck going for life.”

This month we’re turning our attention back to addressing some of the major misconceptions out there surrounding chiropractic care. One of the major misunderstandings swirling around is the idea that once you go see a chiropractor, you’ll get stuck having to go see them for life. It’s an idea that stems from a number of… Read more »

Chiropractic Misconceptions #2: “They’re not real doctors.”

Alternative medicine is trending pretty hard these days. New diets, alternate lifestyles, and different forms of therapy seem to be popping up almost daily. And there are some quality, well-researched options out there. But there are also some, well, not-so-well-researched options. What’s more, the licensing process for practitioners of certain therapies is less than extensive…. Read more »