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  • Should I get a Standing Desk?
    Many years ago, humans weren’t sitting at a desk all day long. But, times have changed, and we do more sitting than ever before! We’re sitting in our cars, at work, at school, at our dinner table, and on our couch. Nearly all day long, we sit. Then, we work out for a little bit, but what’s standing for an hour going to do? Not enough! As a chiropractor, many people come into my office to find relief from back and neck pain. But sometimes the reason they are in pain is because they are sitting for too many hours of the day. Read more
  • How Often Should I Replace My Shoes?
    I see it all the time that well-worn comfy pair of shoes that many of the patients come in with on a regular basis. I ask the patients how old are these shoes? They say years… but as I go into my explanation about comfort vs proper function and it doesn’t matter if you are talking about a running, dress or a casual everyday shoe. The research shows that about every 300 to 400 miles the shoes should be replaced, even though they may not seem to be worn out. Shoes will show small wear patterns in the heel and mid/outsoles that can cause pain, dysfunction and stress on your lower joints (Ankle, Knees and Hips) and spine. Read more
  • A Chiropractor with Back pain?
    When I was 19 years old, my biggest goal was to break a world record in powerlifting (Squat). I was working out every day and getting closer and closer to breaking the current record in my best event. With the way things were going during my training, I was nearly ready to attempt to achieve my goal and squat 600 plus lbs. Read more
  • Ice Ice Baby
    One of the biggest questions I get asked is… whether you should ice or heat when experiencing pain or stiffness. I always, use the rule that simplifies this and that is when you have pain that on a scale of 1 to 10 that is more than 3, you should ice anything less than that you can use heat. Read more
  • Benefits of Chiropractic Care During Your Pregnancy
    What an exciting time in your family’s life with the new addition. As your body changes and your baby is developing in the womb, this puts different stressors/pressure on the spine and pelvis. Ligament laxity and altered biomechanics during the progressing trimesters with minimal alternatives to pain management, headaches and sciatic leg pain leaving you feeling very uncomfortable all the time. The percentage of women having low back pain according to American Pregnancy Association is approximately 50 to 70%. Read more

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