How Do You Spell Relief? I Can Tell You It’s No ROLAIDS!

Chiropractic care is different from medical treatment.  This difference has allowed chiropractors to help millions for over a century.  This difference is far greater than most people think. Imagine someone with back pain.  The prevailing mainstream approach would be to take medication that would trick the body into not feeling the pain.  Pain relievers are … Read more…

The Best Medicine…

They say laughter is the best medicine.  It turns out it’s true.  And like chiropractic, whose side effects are largely positive, consider a medicine that produces these benefits: Boosts Immunity Lowers Stress Hormones Reduces Pain Relaxes Your Muscles Prevents Heart Disease Eases Anxiety and Fear Improves Mood Laughter relaxes our entire body, triggering the release … Read more…

The Truth About Pain!

Pain is serious. And relieving it is a big business.  Those who suffer from pain spend billions seeking its relief.  In fact, pain is often what prompts people to visit our practice. But pain is rarely the problem! Naturally, if you’re experiencing pain, you want it to go away.  And while you can expect our … Read more…

Fender Bender Season

It’s that time of the year again.  The hazards of winter driving increase with fewer hours of daylight and the sun being situated lower on the horizon.   If you find yourself exchanging insurance company information with another driver, remember… 1. Minor traffic accidents are notorious for hurting passengers far more than what is suggested by … Read more…

Frequent Flyer Health Tips

Travel can be stressful, whether it’s part of your job or how you begin and finish a family vacation.  Crossing multiple time zones, combined with being in unfamiliar places, sleeping in strange beds and eating on a different schedule can take their toll.  Not to mention flight cancellations, delays and lost luggage. Here are some … Read more…

Can Your Office Chair Cause an Early Death?

Sitting and Heart Disease…Is There a Connection? Is Your Office Chair Killing You? A study published in the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity studied 63,048 middle-aged Australian men who sat for more than four hours a day.  The results?  They were more likely to have chronic disease like high blood pressure, heart … Read more…