Tag Archives: chiropracticMarch 22, 2017
Chiropractic services for Medicare beneficiaries (those older than 65 years) with spine conditions may protect against 1-year declines in functional and self-rated health, suggest findings from a recent study funded by NCCIH (formerly NCCAM). Analysis of patient records also showed … Continue readingPosted in Blog | Tagged chiropractic, medicare | Comments Off on Chiropractic Associated With Protective Effect in Spinal Health of Medicare Beneficiaries January 25, 2016
Shoveling February brings lots of snow for most of the country and with it comes the dreaded task of snow removal. Shoveling your driveway is already a hassle; don’t let it be a pain in the neck and back, too. … Continue readingPosted in Back, Blog, Chiropractic, Exercise & Fitness, Health, Joints, Pain, Wellness Tips, Winter Health | Tagged chiropractic, dizzy or have chest pain, ergonomically-designed shovel, faint, fatigued body, lightweight, muscle strain, snow removal, throw snow | Comments Off on SHOVELLING October 19, 2015
In today’s age of health and fitness, more and more kids are involved in sporting activities. Although being part of a football, soccer or Little League team is an important rite of passage for many children, parents and their children … Continue readingPosted in Back, Children, Chiropractic, Exercise & Fitness, Health, Joints, Neck, Pain, Sports, Wellness Tips | Tagged ACA, breakfast, children, chiropractic, coach, conditioning, creatine, dietary rules, figure skating, fitness, football, gymnastics, hydrate, hydration, injuries, irritability, jog, kids, little league, Milk, neuromusculoskeletal, nutrition, plaing field, prevention, rest, sleep, sluggishness, soccer, Sports injuries, sugar-loaded, trainer, training, vitamin b, warm-up, wateradolescent, weight-lifting, wrestling | Comments Off on Keep Young Athletes Healthy and Fit October 19, 2015
Before you rev up the lawnmower or reach for your rake this fall, the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) cautions you to consider the possible consequences: upper or lower back strain, neck strain and pain in the shoulders. Just as playing … Continue readingPosted in Back, Blog, Chiropractic, Exercise & Fitness, Health, Joints, Neck, Pain, Wellness Tips, Winter Health | Tagged arch support.back strain, athlete, back pain, chiropractic, cool down, ergonomics, football, golf, hedge clippers, knees, leaf blower, muscle balance, raking, stretches, warmup, yard work | Comments Off on Yard Work October 15, 2015
In honor of National Chiropractic Health Month, the American Chiropractic Association is highlighting ways you can feel your best every day, regardless of your age, occupation or fitness level. This year’s theme-“Discover Chiropractic: Find Your Game”-focuses on how everyone can … Continue readingPosted in Back, Blog, Chiropractic, Exercise & Fitness, Health, Joints, Pain | Tagged chiropractic, spine health month, tips to avoid repetitive injuries | Comments Off on October is National Chiropractic Health Month!