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  • The 7 Common Myths and Truths about Chiropractic.
    These are the 7 common myths and truths about chiropractic. Myth #1 Chiropractic isn't safe. Chiropractic is one of the most widely recognized and safest drug free treatments available for not only neuromuscular (neck, mid and low back pain) conditions and many other health issues. Compared to chiropractic, research shows that many other common treatments like surgery and medications pose a higher potential risk. There is certainly a time and place for all of these and I'm not advocating anything against them, however, with chiropractic treatment have a better chance of alleviating your condition without drugs, surgeries or invasive therapies. Read more
  • What Are Whole Food Supplements?
    People always ask me what type of vitamin supplements I should take. There are thousands of different types of vitamins (grocery, pharmacy, health food store and even gas station) and supplements companies. I’ve always said that “your food should be your vitamins” but with the way food has been processed, bleached, overcooked and hyper farmed over the last 50 plus years, it’s difficult to get the proper amount of vitamins and minerals in the foods that you eat from the severely depleted soil. Read more
  • Boosting Your Immunity
    Staying healthy is always important, but now more than ever it is essential that we give ourselves and our bodies all the extra TLC they can get. There are many things you can do to achieve an optimal state of health, but it all boils down to how well your body can fend for itself and keep itself functioning properly. Read more
  • Stress Adjustments?
    Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined a world like the one we are living in today. The current situation we are dealing with, COVID-19, is unlike anything our human population has experienced for a very long time, and has caused each and every one of us an extremely high amount of stress. Most of us already deal with everyday stressors as it is; work, school, family, money…. the list is endless, and dealing with this pandemic is only adding to this stress. Read more
  • What is Oscillating Kinetic Energy (OKE) Training?
    I’ve had ongoing elbow, shoulder, hip and back issues over the last several years that have flared up multiple times as a result of old injuries, yardwork and repetitive job duties. After extensive reading and taking the Conjugate Westside Barbell certification course, I was able to understand the impact and importance of using Oscillating Kinetic Energy (OKE) in my workout routines once-a-week to rehab the major joints of my upper/lower regions. Read more
  • 3 Key Chiropractic Principles to Understand
    There are 3 foundational chiropractic principles that explain what chiropractic is and how it works. These principles are the basis of all chiropractic techniques and philosophies, so understanding them will help you decide if chiropractic care is right for you, and how you personally can benefit from chiropractic adjustments. Read more
  • The 4 T's of Misalignment's
    One of the most common question my patients have for me is “what causes my spine to move out of alignment, and why does this happen to me so often?” I tell these patients that there are multiple answers to this question, and they are what I call “The 4 T’s.” Read more
  • Sleep Debt, a New Epidemic
    Proper sleep is essential when it comes to maintaining proper function of your body, and your overall health and mental well-being are a direct reflection of your daily sleep habits. Just think, we spend roughly 1/3 of our entire lives asleep. Most people are taught that they should get eight hours of restful sleep every night, but for whatever reasons, most of us tend to get a lot less than that. Many of us don't really know what being truly “rested” feels like and live out our lives in a sort of “sleep debt.” While sleep requirements may vary from person to person, most healthy adults need an average of 7 to 9 hours of sleep per night to function at their best. However, according to a national pole, about 40% of Americans get less than seven hours of sleep per sleep. This means that almost HALF of us are not getting enough sleep Read more
  • Row Row Row Yourself for Better Posture
    It's hard to believe that I began my rowing experience over 30 years ago, with an old 2 hydraulic shock type trainer. With that old-school low tech in mind, rowing has come a long way to some of the chain driven flywheels or to the water rower experience with on screen computer metrics. Rowing is the most efficient exercise on land or water that uses every part of the upper and lower body especially the CORE region with every stroke. While majority of my cardiovascular work is done by cycling, CrossFit training and rowing that is 1 to 2 times a week. Rowing incorporates different muscle groups in a balanced controlled movement that is 60% legs and 40% upper body as cycling on a trainer is 95 plus percent legs. Rowing is a full body exercise and burns approximately 2 to 3 times more calories than spinning, running and of course walking. There are few exercises that engage all muscle groups and especially the CORE muscles which are required and fully engaged during the entire movement. This engagement allows for more of a complete upper, middle and lower body exercise which therefore increases metabolic calorie burning abilities, muscle stimulation and muscular balance. Read more
  • Introducing...The Sit-Stand Desk
    In one of my previous articles, I was saying stating that sitting is now the new smoking. I wanted to add a little bit to what I had said earlier and express a few of my thoughts and recommendations. We know that sitting at your desk all day is not good for your back and can put a toll on your hips and back. Over the last year, I have suggested to many of my patients that they either purchase and or ask for a standing desk to aid in their reduction of back pain, computer slouching and neck/upper back bad posture issues. Sitting all day can cause back pain, neck stiffness, headaches and several other things. I have been recommending to my patients that they start using a standing desk. Average prices are between $125 to $250 and according to a 2019 survey for Human Resources, standing desk are the fastest growing benefits trend and approximately 60% of employers provide or subsidize standing desks for their employees. Read more
  • Chiropractic Care for All Ages
    Chiropractic care focuses on restoring and maintaining the health of the body's nervous system. When your nervous system is optimized and functioning properly, it enables the body's powerful healing and restorative systems to thrive. Interference in your nervous system causes pain and dysfunction in the way your body works. This interference is known as subluxation or misalignment. Muscles, bones and joints may become injured and misaligned resulting in nerves being irritated, pinched, or compressed, causing interference in the nervous system. This can lead to a variety of symptoms including pain. Thru chiropractic adjustments, we remove spinal misalignments and restore the function of the nervous system and allow the innate or natural healing mechanisms of the human body to take over. Chiropractic care is useful and effective for people of all ages and stages of life. Read more
  • Top 8 Research Breakthroughs to Support Chiropractic Care in the Last Decade
    Chiropractor and Researcher, Dr. Christopher Kent reviews hundreds of chiropractic research articles each month which have a direct bearing on many aspects of your mental, physical and overall health care costs. While most studies relate to common neck or back pain, there are many that ignored by the chiropractic profession. Many of these have a major impact on your health care costs, reducing surgery, improving overall wellness and decreasing mental and physical symptoms. Read more
  • The 3 Most Common Chiropractic Questions Answered
    The 3 Most Frequently Asked Chiropractic Care Questions and The Answers to Them Most people have a few questions when considering chiropractic care to naturally treat pain and injuries. If you've been wondering if chiropractic is a good option for you, you'll want to take a look at these commonly asked questions. Read more
  • Chiropractic Releasing the Force Within You
    As we patiently wait for Star Wars Episode XI, the rise of Skywalker as Rey, Finn and Poes journey continues with the power and knowledge of the generations before them. There is a lot of symbolism in comparison as to your health and chiropractic and the Star Wars saga. There is a limitless force within every cell, organ, gland tissue of your body that is not only God-given or INNATE that allows your body to express 100% potential and maximum health. You are born with this power and intelligence and it doesn't require any training. Innate is the intelligence wired into you that governs every single act and cell in your body. Read more
  • If I knew i was Going to Live This Long.. I'd of Taken a lot better care of Myself When i was Younger
    One of my father's famous quotes is "if I knew I was going to live this long...I would've taken a lot better care of myself when I was younger. We all know things that you do today can come back to cause a lot of health issues in our future. If we all slept better, exercised more and eat healthier foods we know a future pain and health problems would be less. This is not any different than maintaining your new car by changing the oil, rotating the tires or going to the dentist a couple times a year for regular teeth cleaning to prevent cavities. Read more
  • How Can I get My Adjustments to Last Longer
    How Can I get My Adjustments to Last Longer? i get asked this question quite regularly. Depending on the things you do after your visit to the chiropractor, the effects of your treatment can last weeks, days or just a few hours. Fortunately, you can extend the positive effects of your adjustments by following a few simple guidelines. Read more

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