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Standing Desks

Standing Desks

Many workers who sit at a desk for long periods of time develop neck and back pain. Using a standing desk for part of the day helps improve core and leg muscles which are key to staying strong and preventing spine injuries. Standing desks also help to maintain better...

Core Strength

Core Strength

You hear a lot of talk today about exercise to develop “core muscle” strength. Core muscles include the ones in your back and abdomen that help support your spine and balance your body. Some of the benefits of core muscle exercise include: protection and stability of...

Do You Have Text Neck?

Do You Have Text Neck?

One of the most common and painful postural distortions is text neck (also known as forward head posture). Leaning forward, chin down, to look at your computer, iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Android may seem like a little thing. It’s not. Over time it puts a MASSIVE amount...

Bedwetting Facts

Bedwetting Facts

Don’t let bedwetting affect your child’s self esteem, when chiropractic may be able to help. Children achieve bladder control at different ages, so bedwetting under the age of five is fairly common and rarely a cause for concern. It affects more boys than girls....

Oh, My Aching Occipital!

Oh, My Aching Occipital!

The occipital bone is located at the lower part of the skull at the back of your head. Often, patients come to our practice with a specific type of headache, known as an occipital headache, which is really a “base of the skull nerve” headache! These headaches...

Seeing the Glass as Half Full

Seeing the Glass as Half Full

Why is it that some always see the glass as half-empty, while others always see it as half-full? What is it about certain people that always seem so upbeat and positive? Maintaining a positive attitude is essential to your overall health. Have you ever noticed that...

Pampering Is Not a Luxury

Pampering Is Not a Luxury

You’re a woman who may be wearing too many hats – wife, mother, coach, taxi driver, chef, laundress, shopper, maid, employee, employer, handywoman, nurse… the list could go on and on with the jobs you have to do each and every day. So…when do you make time for you?...

Does Your Job Hurt?

Does Your Job Hurt?

Low back pain, more commonly associated with jobs involving physical labor, is now striking an increasing number of white-collar workers. Usually associated with heavy lifting, turning, bending and repetitive motions, back pain is becoming a plague among those who...

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