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Archive for July 2017

Sitting in Motion

Moving prevents backaching You have heard the expression: you are what you eat. Here’s a chiropractor’s take on that phrase: you are how you move. Movement, how much of it, how you do it, and how purposefully you do it, makes a difference in your overall health. At Associates in Chiropractic, we know that lack of…

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Protecting the Most Important Structures in Your Body

Joints are your body’s workhorses Because our joints perform the weight-bearing and shock-absorbing roles in the human body, they are among the most damaged structures due to injury and age. Osteoarthritis and osteoporosis are autoimmune conditions that cause degradation and dysfunction in the joints of the body. Most startlingly, the cartilage that has worn down…

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Chiropractic Toolkit: The Graston Technique

Fighting adhesive scar tissue buildup with the Graston Technique Scar tissue is a normal and predictable part of injury recovery but it becomes problematic when adhesions begin to appear in the fascia. (What’s that you say?) The fascia is the thin layer of tissue that stretches across the entire surface of your body. These adhesions…

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Good News for People Suffering with Spinal Stenosis

What is spinal stenosis? Spinal stenosis refers to narrowing of the spinal canal; most prevalent in adults over the age of 50, spinal stenosis is often instigated by arthritis which reduces the space available in between vertebrae. As it narrows, it causes pain by pinching the spinal cord and pressurizing nearby spinal nerves, among other…

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Chiropractic for Prevention

Preventative healthcare is smart healthcare  I think the societal norm is for people to seek chiropractic reactively: that is, after injury. But chiropractic also has a role as a preventative healthcare provider. Bodies that receive regular chiropractic care are better at preventing injuries in the first place, as well as quicker at healing them after the…

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