Kids and Chiropractic: Overcoming Tech Neck, Improving Posture, and Performing Their Best Be Smart With Your Smartphone and Look Up! As education steps into the digital age, many students will be e-learning in some capacity for hours each day on their digital devices....
We all know this feeling; we have been consistently hitting our workouts. Been sticking to a strict regime but haven’t been able to change the way you want to.
We all have heard the saying that our mind is the most powerful thing we have access to. Our brain is so complex and amazing, that it can do some spectacular things.
One super common reason babies can struggle is known as tethered oral tissue, also known as a Tongue Tie. Treating specific muscles such as the genioglossus, as well as the neck and jaw joints of that baby can help resolve this issue.
A back brace won’t protect your back from further injury. A wrist strap won’t protect your wrists from getting worse. And a knee brace won’t help your knee work any better.
You go to the gym, go for a run, go for a swim, go do some form of exercise. You say to yourself I am not hungry so I am not going to eat anything before. Sadly, that is the worst thing you can do for your body.
Another name for chest breathing is shallow breathing, and when you shallow breathe you are also changing the way your nervous system is going to function.
You go away for a weekend but you have been following a diet for a month. You have been consistent and sticking to the plan. But you are going out and you won’t be able to stick to your diet. Does this mean you failed?
By the second trimester it’s normal to be gaining a pound a week, which will help sustain the baby. As the belly expands and grows, the strain on the body more specifically certain muscles increases.
When you hear “I am going to go do a workout,” what comes to mind? 50% of the population usually thinks of a gym. However, it has been lost to main stream culture that movement is exercise.
Just because you have the ability to do something, doesn’t mean you should. Same concept applies to our muscles.
Part of being a child is exploring the world. Injuries are a part of growing up, and unfortunately so is disease. Often these diseases do not stem from a medication deficiency.
You fall down a flight of stairs and hurt your arm. How can you face your injury properly to help it heal for good?
Many people do not realize how valuable chiropractic care is for babies and young children. Some of the greatest growth that occurs is when we are babies. Our beginnings set the tone for the rest of our lives. Nurturing this growth with chiropractic is a fantastic way to optimize potential in babies and young children.
A staggering amount of Covid 19 Patients that ended in mortality had deficiency in Vitamin D. Vitamin D deficiency is linked to decreased immune function. Winter limits our exposure to sunlight which limits our ability to get natural Vitamin D.
We all have been there, we’re half way through our run or lift and we feel some sort of pain. It could be a sharp pain, dull pain, radiating pain, or some form of pain.
Rounder shoulders, forward head posture, “tech neck” and upper cross syndrome. What do all these things have in common?
Do you take care of your muscles? If I had to guess, I would say probably not, but you’re not alone. Maybe you’re not taking care of them to the fullest potential.
Sleep is one of the most important aspects of life. Sleeping allows your body to recharge and heal from whatever the day had in store. Being able to go home and know that you are getting the best night sleep is a worry you shouldn’t have. But are you sleeping right?
Maintaining your spinal disc health is an important part of living a life free from pain. Here is a quick list of our best recommendations.
Strengthening your spinal discs isn’t hard if you have a plan. Discover how we recommend our patients strengthen their spinal discs in this article.
If you’ve had a spinal disc problem, you know how painful it can be. That pain is the body’s way of signaling you to “Pay Attention Inside Now” — it’s a warning sign from your body.
We all know spinal discs are important — but to understand why, the real question is… what are they made of?
Have you found yourself tired and drained at the end of each day? Creating smart, healthy habits each day can help increase your energy level, mental focus, and endurance.
You’ve heard it before: regular exercise is good for your physical and mental health. Daily exercise can help you lose weight, lower your risk of future health challenges, reduce your stress, and improve your mental outlook.
Mindset is the #1 predictor of success. Your conversations with yourself play a major role in determining your growth.
Have you ever felt like you were working hard but weren’t making any progress toward your goals? You’re not alone. Most people feel that way each year around this time.
We all know someone who gets sick around the holidays every year. Are they just unlucky? Thankfully, luck doesn’t have anything to do with it!
Did you know… chronic stress can contribute to health challenges like anxiety and even back pain. Why? Click here to find out more!
Your stress level and spinal health are linked through your nervous system. Just think about what happens to you physically when you get stressed out. Your muscles tense, your breathing patterns change, and often, so does the way you move.
Your brain and body respond to negative stress whether real or imagined, and chronic stress can have a profound impact on your health.
When it comes to arthritis, the decisions you make each day can have a dramatic effect on whether it becomes a problem for you as you get older.
Our neck has a tough job. It has to hold up the weight of your head every day… for a lifetime. Most of the time, your pain can be traced to a problem with your neck muscles, bones, discs, or nerves.
You may not know that a neck pain solution is recommended by most major healthcare organizations that almost no physicians talk about. It can work better than medication and is far less risky than injections or surgery. So why hasn’t the world embraced it? That’s a good question.
Working on computers and staring down at our smartphones for hours each day has left over 20% of us experiencing neck pain over the past few months. A stiff neck is usually the result of postural issues that have tired the neck muscles over time.