Skip to content

Office: (845) 325-3586

Archive for May 2018

How to: Buy a New Mattress

Buying a new mattress is not as simple as it sounds We want you to get this one right: the mattress is a make-or-break for spinal health. Along with the sofa and the office chair, your bed is one of the surfaces you will spend the most time on. The crucial difference is that your…

Read More

Sarcopenia: Age-Related Muscle Loss

At some point in our 30s… We start losing muscle mass at a slow, but steady pace. Most of us, especially the physically active among us, will not (or barely) notice this occurence; however, it can have more profound impacts for the less-fit and overweight. But simply being aware of sarcopenia is often one of…

Read More

The Best Sleep Positions for Lower Back Pain

Sleeping with lower back pain made easier with forethought At Associates in Chiropractic, we are always about smart solutions for easing the discomfort associated with lower back pain. If you live with chronically recurring lower back pain, you know that sleep is essential for the maintenance and improvement of your condition. The last thing anyone…

Read More

Chiropractic’s Greatest Benefit: Reducing Inflammation

Inflammation is at the root of so many problems in modern life At some point in the last two decades, inflammation burst onto the scene and gained notoriety for its role in countless conditions. While inflammation in itself is not bad, it becomes problematic when it becomes chronic. Chronic inflammation occurs when your body doubles down on…

Read More

The Importance of Functional Fitness

What is functional fitness? It’s your new best friend. To give it a broad definition, functional fitness refers to stretches exercises that improve your daily life. They are a set of movements designed to make you more able- more able to perform daily activities without incurring injury; more able to go about your daily life with a…

Read More

Range of Motion is Essential to Quality of Life

Your Range of Motion determines how able you are Limitation in the movement of any single joint makes you less able- it makes you less potent physically and significantly increases your risk for injury. Compromised range of motion leaves your joints vulnerable to injury from the normal, everyday motions that you may need to perform.…

Read More

Relaxation the Key to Spinal Mobility

Relaxing your spine to improve mobility  In order for your spine to achieve full range of motion, the muscles that support it need to be free of tension. Now this is a tall order. But there are certain activities that you can do on a daily basis to promote both relaxation of the muscles and…

Read More