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  • Daniel Palmer and the First Chiropractic Adjustment
    Chiropractic treatment was not always accepted as a viable and effective form of medicine. The knowledge that the spine has a connection with other systems in the human body dates Read more
  • How to Treat Neck Pain
      Neck pain can be very problematic. More so than many other types of pain, it can interfere with daily activities.   Neck pain can manifest itself in several ways   Stiffness; difficulty in Read more
  • Picture Perfect Posture
      What is “Picture Perfect” posture?      Posture is the way we position our bodies while we engage in normal daily activities. Exerting effort to keep our bodies in the same position Read more
  • What is Myofascial Release?
    Myofascial release sounds like a pretty intimidating form of chiropractic care, but it really just means the relaxing of contracted muscles through pressure. Myofascial release, aside from helping muscles to Read more
  • Sleep
    Sleep is a lot like kale. It’s good for you and you probably should eat it, but you just have better things to do. And honestly, you really just don’t Read more
  • Weight and Back Health
        Chiropractors have long said that one of the most threatening risks for back pain, joint pain, and muscle strain is obesity and excess weight. This is particularly true of extra Read more
  • How To Stay Active In The Office
    With the advance of technology, work for many has taken a shift from the physically labor intensive days of the past. And while helpful for work, these tools result in Read more
  • Posture Perfect
      What Is Posture? Posture is the way a body is positioned. Good posture places the body in a position where it is in a natural alignment, allowing weight to be Read more
  • Water and You!
      Benefits of Drinking Water As if assisting in digestion, cell functioning and growth, removing waste, lubricating joints, delivering oxygen throughout the body, regulating body temperature, building hormones, and just keeping the Read more
  • Joint Popping
      What is Joint Popping? Popping your joints is called an articular release. When this release is audible, it produces that Rice Crispy like noise we are all so familiar with. Read more