Your spine is always under pressure  Our spines are constantly under pressure: from the force of gravity to the added compression we do to ourselves with things like poor posture, there is rarely a second when your spine gets a break. Unless you plan to live in space (which comes with its own set of…

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Healthy fascia, healthy human Get to know your fascia, the layer of tissue that covers our muscles and extends from head to toe. But what is the purpose of this mysterious thin layer that literally covers the entirety of your body without interruption? Primarily made of collagen, the fascia’s main purpose is to attach and…

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Your spine is always under pressure Whether you like it or not, the most common positions we adopt during a given day are putting a disproportionate amount of pressure on our spines, and our lumbar vertebrae is where this pressure accumulates! Here are some statistics as measured by the pressure sustained by a lumbar intervertebral…

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Lower Back Pain

LBP is among the most prolific and life-changing conditions of our time It can be broken down into two basic constituent categories: Mechanical pain refers to pain related to the dysfunction of the moving parts of the spine, i.e. facet joints, intervertebral discs, ligaments, and muscles. Compressive pain refers to pain that is caused when…

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Injuries that result from Automobile Accidents and Fall Downs if not treated early and properly can be very serious and can result in permanent life-long disabilities and chronic pain interfering with your normal Activities of Daily Living. Our office has more than 50 years of experience treating Falldown and Automobile Accident Injuries. We have referral…

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Chiropractic preventative

For most people, chiropractic comes to mind only after an injury This is a shame because chiropractic might have prevented that very same injury. While obviously, this is not a 100% guarantee, a body under regular chiropractic maintenance is more resistant to injury and quicker to recover after an injury occurs. Depending on your level of activity (or…

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Cycling doesn’t have to cause you pain! For many people, cycling begins when you are a kid cycling around the neighborhood, and for many people it will remain that way, less of a means of transportation and more of a fun way to spend a few hours. But for people who take it as an…

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Starting an exercise plan may hurt at first But keeping the upside in mind can help you overcome the roadblock of beginning. And once you get going, it only becomes easier- like a flywheel, your exercise routine will develop a momentum of its own, and the going will get easier. We believe that exercise is…

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Let the blood flow, in the circulation sense Blood is your life force- it is the transport network that brings oxygen and nutrients throughout the body and carries away waste products that create problems when they accumulate. So what happens when circulation is stunted? Problems naturally occur when normal blood flow is restricted, including:  Fatigue; lack…

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Chronic nonspecific back pain is a horrific reality And its presence in society is growing. Nonspecific low back pain, either acute or chronic, is defined as pain that has no detectable cause. As more people shift into the seats of white-collar office work, back pain is on the rise, peaking now as the second leading cause…

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