The spinal cord is a very delicate and integral part of the body. It consists of 24 vertebrae; all of which are independent and allow the body to twist, move and bend when participating in any physical activity. The spinal cord also plays a significant role in helping to protect the central nervous system, which is very [...]
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Most of us think that chiropractors are who you go to see when that back or neck ache just won’t go away. While not wrong, this view of chiropractic care is very narrow. The benefits of visiting a chiropractor are much more significant than many of us realize. Aside from cracking our aches and pains away, chiropractic care has a [...]
Unless you have a job that keeps you on your feet most of the time, you likely work while sitting. This poses many back related problems, especially in the lower back area. We all want to make more money, which often means more hours at the desk. This is why lower back pain is a common [...]
Not every health condition requires medication. Chiropractic practice uses natural techniques to ease pain. Have you been experiencing headaches, joint pain, or backaches that do not go away? Visiting a chiropractor could be the end of you having to suffer or take pain medication. Consider trying chiropractic care, a scientifically proven method that has helped millions of individuals across the world. It improves many health conditions, such as: Arthritis Joint, neck, and [...]
Lower back pain is one of the most common complaints that chiropractors address. Lower back pain from sitting seems inescapable in our tech-driven world. There are however plenty of ways to combat it. Common sense goes a long way in improving your lot and there are a lot of tools that will improve your life [...]
You may remember your grammar school gym class where the PE teacher would lead you in jumping jacks, push-ups, sit-ups and arm circles. If you’re like a lot of baby boomers, you probably look back and assume it really didn’t do much for the health of the students -- just kept the class busy for [...]
Asthma affects approximately 1 in 13 people, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Asthma is also the leading chronic disease in children, as well as the top reason for missed school days. Asthma causes more than 2 million emergency room visits each year; when overnight hospital stays are required, the average length is 3.6 [...]