CHIROPRACTIC CARE HELPS FIGHT ALLERGY SYMPTOMS
Allergies can make life miserable between the stuffy nose, itchy eyes, nagging cough, and so many more annoying symptoms. Even worse is when none of the traditional remedies seem to work.
HIDDEN BENEFITS TO EXERCISE – LESS BACK PAIN
Everyone knows the general health benefits of exercise: lower stress, better health, improved mental health and longer life span are some of the many benefits of regular exercise.
Chiropractic Care Through Childhood
Traditional healthcare is (or should be!) a standard part of childhood – regular check ups, daily vitamins, and the occasional urgent doctor’s appointment. But chiropractic care can complement the lineup, and hopefully reduce some of the need for urgent care.
BACK TO SCHOOL
Back to School is the perfect time to check your child’s health – with well child visits, dentist appointments, and a spinal check up. Proper spinal alignment can help prepare children for the focus and concentration of learning, as well as aid in sufficient sleep patterns.
How Chiropractic Care Helps with Migraines
Headaches and migraines cause pain to millions of Americans, not to mention costing billions of dollars a year in doctors’ visits and prescriptions. There are many treatment options available, most traditionally in medication, but new research shows that chiropractic care can sometimes provide more relief, and is most often less expensive.
Chiropractic Care for Infants
The health of a newborn baby is the most important thing to the parents and doctors. We spend a lot of time (and money) invested in the care of newborns, often with multiple medical professionals and various services. With those costs adding up, we’d like to bring infant chiropractic care into the discussion, and how it can have a positive impact on the newborn’s health, as well as the parents’ pocketbook.
How Chiropractors can help treat plantar fasciitis?
What is Plantar Fasciitis?
Plantar Fasciitis “typically causes a stabbing pain in the bottom of your foot near the heel “ and is caused by inflammation or tears to the long, flat ligament along the bottom of the foot. There are certain risk factors associated with this condition, most likely occurring for individuals between the ages of 40-60. If ignored, it can lead to more serious long term problems than just foot pain, such as chronic pain and possible knee, hip, or back issues.
The risks of heavy lifting and how to avoid injury
You’ve probably heard the advice, “never lift with your back.” But have you ever wondered why? To start, the back muscles were not designed for extreme weight. Your leg muscles are a larger muscle group that can better take the brunt of heavy lifting – within reason and with proper form. There are actually a multitude of negative consequences to lifting with your back, ranging from short-term pain to long-term injury.