*Disclaimer: Check with your primary care provider (PCP) a MD or DO before you make any decisions. I am a Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) and cannot legally authorize the use of medical marijuana. Continue reading Should I start using Marijuana for my back pain?
Many of us suffer from pain, whether it is a chronic issue (long term stress is a great example of this) or an acute situation such as a car accident, sports injury or a suddenly becoming ill. What many of us don’t know is that Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine can help. Continue reading Acupuncture: Affects on the Brain and Body
Have you ever had pain in one area of your body and in no time at all your pain spread throughout your entire body? This can happen from the body over compensating for the area that is hurt. Continue reading Why Cause More Pain?
These days the health of your thyroid is a growing concern for Americans and individuals worldwide. Thyroid conditions from Hashimoto’s to Graves disease to thyroid cancer are terms appearing more and more frequently across news channels, health magazines and in social media circles. Continue reading The Thyroid: A Trending Form of Dis-Ease
Everyday we encounter stress whether it is from school, work, or duties at home.
Regardless, we find ourselves exhausted at the end of the day because of neck and back pain. Upon waking up, the cycle continues. For many people, accumulated stress can turn into chronic stress, which could lead to severe health problems in the long run. Continue reading Stress: Meet the Relief
What is it?
Runner’s Knee isn’t a pathology itself but rather a vague term to describe a number of conditions that plague runners, cyclists, skiers, soccer players etc. Runner’s knee typically refers to one of the following conditions: infrapatellar tendonosis, patellofemoral pain syndrome and chondromalacia patella. Continue reading Runner’s Knee: What is it and what can you do?
Winter is quickly approaching, and that means the mountain will soon be open for all its different winter activities. Will you be spending time out in the cold? Whether you are a skier, boarder, snowshoer, or just like to play, here are a few tips to help keep you safe during the cold weather. Continue reading Preventing Injury During Winter Sports
Serious about weight training? Why you need a good Chiropractor:
We all know that when it comes to weight training there isn’t one secret to the perfect body. The secret is doing many little things right that allow you to thrive. It’s called the slight edge principle. Having a chiropractor in your back pocket during your training is one key element to your success. Below is a snapshot of what a chiropractor can do for you. Continue reading Winter Weight Training? Get a Chiropractor!
Interferential Therapy is one popular method used in an injury and wellness clinic to treat patients. It was first developed in Australia in the late 40’s and became a popular modality in the U.S because it treats deep tissue. Continue reading Interferential Therapy – The Healing Current
Did you know that simple back tension can be relieved by stretching or strengthening the opposite muscles? I have been working as a massage therapist for almost four years and what I find, more often than not, is an imbalance in the body.
Continue reading Balancing the body: Massage and Stretches