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Archive for May 2016

Aerobic vs. Anaerobic Running


Are you running aerobically or anaerobically? Are you aware of the difference? At Associates in Chiropractic, we believe that running is an integral piece of many people’s health plans. As it relates to holistic wellness, there are few activities that are more multi-dimensional. But it is important to know your reasons for running, because it…

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Serial Lack of Motion

serial immobility

Serial immobility: the insidious, behind-the-scenes antagonist which is responsible for many of America’s back problems. Obesity and diabetes get most of the headlines but poor posture and lack of movement are equally as epidemic. For people with spinal dysfunction of any degree, immobility is either a key contributing factor or a concurrent aggravator. It was…

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Support for the Runners of Clifton

running health

For all of its great health benefits, running is rough on the spine. Our bodies were built to sustain an active lifestyle that includes heavy exertion and a lot of running. As with all systems of the body, the structures that support the body during a run are exposed to repetitive trauma that slowly wears…

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Posture While Running


Running is quickly becoming one of America’s favorite past times. Because of its easy accessibility and innumerable health benefits, it has become the go-to aerobic exercise in place of less traumatic exercises like biking and swimming All of the benefits of a run are in line with the health impacts we try to make at…

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Muscle Growth

muscle building

To grow muscle is a simple enough concept, but at a neurological level it can be a temperamental undertaking Muscle growth is a process that begins when motor neurons send a signal to a muscle, causing it to contract. Successful and speedy muscle building therefore relies on uncongested nerve pathways: the easier it is for…

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Postpartum Chiropractic

Postpartum chiropractic care is equally essential as chiropractic during pregnancy. As a new mother adjusts to life after the upheaval of pregnancy, the body is attempting to find some state of balance and normalcy: this is made difficult by a multitude of factors. Here is a recipe for postpartum back pain: The hormone relaxin, responsible…

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Preventing Dystocia

As pregnancy moves toward the penultimate phase, one of the most significant advantages we can proffer to the mother is a properly aligned pelvis and sacrum. This structural consideration is crucial for allowing the baby plenty of room as it grows larger. It is also a great tool in the prevention of dystocia, or difficult…

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