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Investing In Your Spine to Prevent Back Pain

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What are your unhealthiest habits?

Humans are great procrastinators; we go out of our way to put off today what will come back to hurt us tomorrow. Case in point: your spinal health. I'm sure you are aware, somewhere in your head, of your poor spinal habits. Maybe it is lazy posture, maybe it is lingering slightly over your target weight; whatever it is, NOW is the time to come to terms with your lifestyle and make the adjustments you need to save your future body a lot of pain. Customized care means taking a look at your lifestyle and wear you are selling your spine short. A central part of our treatment plan at Associates in Chiropractic is to counsel you on bad spinal health habits. 

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Providing Massage Therapy Alongside Spinal Adjustment

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Massage therapy increases the benefit of spinal adjustment

When it comes to helping people improve their wellbeing, we believe the best way is to stay natural. That is why we work with primary care providers to provide you with another, all-natural dimension to your healthcare. We know that movement gives life- so, to stay moving is to stay feeling your best. Everything we do at our office in Hackensack is designed to keep you moving as best you can with your given set of conditions. Whether you are a top-of-the-pile athlete, or someone living with a degenerative spinal condition, there is always room for improvement. Spinal adjustments help our patients to improve the range of motion in their spinal joints, thereby increasing overall mobility. But poor range of motion often results from tissue damage, which means that improving mobility also includes treating the soft tisseus which support your spine. That is why we integrate massage therapy modalities within the greater framework of our chiropractic care. 

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Pain Post-Exercise: When Should I Be Concerned

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You just got done with a particuarly grueling workout

Your muscles are responding the way you expected them to: by being sore. You know this one is going to require a substantial period of rest, maybe even an ice pack. Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is a ubiquitous feature of the post-exercise period and it is important to take note of its severity. While low-grade DOMS remains manageable and should not be worried about, more pronounced soreness in the muscles is a sign of actual muscle damage. Soreness, swelling and inflammation can be dealt with usually natural methods of pain management, but make sure to listen to your body if it is telling you something is wrong. In more extreme cases, DOMS can be an indicator of permanent muscle damage. This blog is designed to help you know when to worry about pain after exercise.

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