Healthcare Innovation: Stem Cell Therapy

Healthcare Innovation: Stem Cell Therapy

Major surgeries such as back surgeries or joint replacements come with serious risks, limited success rates, and slow and painful recovery times. You might be fighting surgery, suffering from chronic pain, degenerative issues, or even sports injuries and feel you don't have another option. It may not seem that there are many alternatives, but our center offers natural therapies such as stem cell regenerative therapy, which is available without the risks of surgery and long, difficult recover periods.

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A Healthier Thanksgiving

A Healthier Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time for reflection and giving thanks for what we have in our lives. But it's also a Holiday that revolves entirely around food. If taking a nap after overindulging is part of your routine for Thanksgiving because you feel groggy and tired, you may want to try to change your routine up a bit with some of our suggestions. 

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How to Develop Healthy Eating Habits

How to Develop Healthy Eating Habits

From your very first bite of chocolate, your brain discovers the wonders of sugar. From there you branch out and you (your brain) becomes obsessed with eating as much of it as possible. This comes in the form of sodas, candy, ice cream, etc. This is the instant gratification your brain comes to expect. After time passes, you need more of it to experience the same effect; in time, you realize you'll never have that original feeling of euphoria and it becomes habit.

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Proper Balance Starts With Your Feet

Proper Balance Starts With Your Feet

As chiropractors, we are often asked questions about back and neck pain. Which relate to the spine, but what most people neglect is the importance of your feet! You walk, run, sit, stand, etc. You sometimes wear shoes that don't fit or that are brutal on your feet, and then wonder why your back hurts! Give your feet the love and appreciation you deserve! Here's what you need to know.

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Your Spine: A Shock Absorber

Your Spine: A Shock Absorber

Your discs, aka the "shock absorbers" of your body and spine, work with the natural curves of your spine to reduce stress and pressure as you move. They are similar to the shock absorbers on a car and, if worked too hard, can become damaged. The can bulge, herniate, tear, degenerate, but they don't "slip" (commonly used incorrectly).

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4 Tips for Runners

4 Tips for Runners

It may seem like it's too hot out to enjoy a nice run, but soon enough we'll be enjoying the fall and spending more time outside. Running is a great way to get in your cardiovascular exercise. Whether you're new to running or just getting started, it's important to ensure you're taking care of your knees and spine so that you can keep running for many years to come. Here's what you need to know:

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Chiropractic for Overall Health

Chiropractic for Overall Health

Your nervous system is essential to your overall health. The better your nervous system, the better your health. It's that simple. Your nervous system is involved in your ability to digest food, fight off sickness, curl up with a good book, etc. If your nervous system becomes compromised in any way, this affects your ability to live life to the fullest. Here's how to keep your nervous system in check:

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Is Your Pain Hurting More Than Just You?

Is Your Pain Hurting More Than Just You?

Low back pain is most commonly associated with jobs that involve physical labor. However, over 80% of the U.S. population complains of low back pain. While those with physical jobs are easily excused from work due to low back pain, those who spend most of the time at a desk are not. If your back pain is at a level where you're thinking about missing work, it is affecting more than just you and it's time to correct the problem instead of just masking it with pain killers.

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Stretching: The Most Important Exercise

Stretching: The Most Important Exercise

We all know that exercise is important, and we all also know that stretching is an important step before and after exercising. However, this doesn't mean that we all do it. If you can take the time to do anything, take the time to stretch. It's the most important exercise and requires no equipment and no special clothes.

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5 Tips to Tackle Back to School

5 Tips to Tackle Back to School

Back to school started last week, and if you have college students will be going on over the next couple of week. This means many trips to the store, heavy backpacks, books, and much more. This is great for you and your kids but the heavy backpacks coupled with bad posture can hurt your kids in the long run. So, here are 5 back to school tips to keep you and the family healthy:

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How to Deal With Neck Pain

How to Deal With Neck Pain

Most of us go through each day with some kind of ache or pain that we are essentially ignoring. Pain is a sign that something isn't quite right, and neck pain can be particularly debilitating. Neck pain is usually caused by muscle strain. You'll typically feel it on one side of the neck more than the other. The most common course of action is stretching and taking pain relievers and hoping it sorts itself out. However, if your neck pain is accompanied by other symptoms it may be a cause for concern. Here's why:

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Are Your Feet To Blame For Your Back Pain?

Are Your Feet To Blame For Your Back Pain?

Anyone who has suffered from back pain knows how debilitating it can be. With over 80% of the U.S. population complaining of back pain, it is a pretty common occurrence, and therefore, important to understand what causes it. Your feet are likely the culprit. Here's why:

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Which Yoga Style Is Right For You?

Which Yoga Style Is Right For You?

As a chiropractor, I am regularly recommending stretches to patients to relieve pain and tension in problem areas. I am often asked if yoga would help. The answer is usually yes depending on the patients condition. But it is not as simple as that because there are actually many different types of yoga. Some styles are better for beginners while others styles work well for certain conditions. Yoga is meant to be a de-stressing activity so I wanted to take a moment to point you in the right direction by breaking down the top seven yoga styles.

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5 Happiness Habits

5 Happiness Habits

We all want to achieve happiness. If you ask anyone what it takes to attain happiness you will get a variety of answers, but most of them will contain the words "if" or "when." So, if you really think about it most people seem to think happiness is only attainable if or when certain things happen.

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Ice Vs. Heat And When To Use What

Ice Vs. Heat And When To Use What

Did you get injured during a workout or by simply moving the wrong way? Most people either go for a heating bad or ice pack...or both. There is usually a lot of confusion around when to use heat or cold to treat injuries. I'm here to help you put an end to your confusion for good. Here's the breakdown for your fire or ice treatment needs:

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The Effects of Travel

The Effects of Travel

Summer is here which likely means travel is in your future. While vacationing is a lot of fun, trips can cause a lot of stress and strain on your body. I like to think of it as travel is the toll worthy paying to get to the destination. However, if you can avoid the strains even better. So here are some of the common strains from travel and my recommendations to reduce the toll they take on your body:

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