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  • DO YOU KNOW SQUAT?
    The exercise known as a “squat lift” is very popular among athletes who want to strengthen and tone their hips, buttocks, and thighs. However, this exercise places inordinate stress on Read more
  • TEXT NECK
    With the widespread proliferation of smart phones, tablets, and computers among young people, there should be little wonder that the biomechanical stresses of texting and typing  while sitting  is leading Read more
  • CONSIDERING KNEE-REPLACEMENT SURGERY?
    Every 45 seconds, a patient in the United States undergoes total knee-replacement (TKR) surgery, and it is estimated that by 2030, 3.5 million of these surgeries will be performed each Read more
  • AVERTING SPINAL FUSION
    The form of spinal arthritis known as “ankylosing spondylitis,” which primarily affects young males, causes pain and stiffness in spinal joints, including those that connect the lower spine and pelvis. Read more
  • DEEP-SEATED PROBLEM
    The “piriformis” muscle, located deep in the buttock, begins at the lower spine and connects to the upper surface of each femur (thighbone). This small muscle helps stabilize the hip, Read more
  • HOW DO YOU CARRY YOURSELF?
    Changes in the way that we walk should not be considered to be an inevitable part of aging. However, a slower step, slight limp, or a shuffle or tilt while Read more
  • THE EFFECTS OF CHRONIC PAIN
    Research shows that the cells in the spinal cords and brains (particularly in the section that processes emotion) of those suffering from chronic pain deteriorate at an accelerated rate. As Read more
  • TAKEN AS A WHOLE
    Chiropractic may primarily be associated with treating back pain, but the application of this health discipline extends much further. Chiropractors take a holistic (whole body) approach that reaches any part Read more
  • ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT
    According to a number of recent studies, the posture that a person assumes can affect his or her state of mind. For instance, when people with slouched postures were compared Read more
  • BAD VIBES
    Prolonged exposure to vibrations emitted by hand tools can give rise to a condition known as Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS). Early symptoms usually include pain, tingling, numbness, and increased sensitivity Read more
  • A WRISTED DEVELOPMENT
    Every golfer strives to make solid contact with the ball. Because the grip of the hand is the body’s only connection to the club, wrist action is a critical part Read more
  • ACHING HIPS
    Located in joints throughout the body, “bursae” are fluid-filled sacs that are positioned between bones and soft tissues, acting as cushions to help reduce friction. “Bursitis” results when a bursa Read more
  • UPON REFERRAL
    The source of pain involving internal organs can often be traced to a site that is distant from them. So-called “referred pain” can be concisely defined as having its source Read more
  • TREATING PAINFUL BACK SPASMS
    The “garden variety” back pain that may arise after shoveling a little too much or over-exercising is usually caused by muscle or ligament problems that are related to weakness in Read more
  • NOT JUST A HICCUP
    Because breathing is an involuntary action, we often take it for granted. Fortunately, we have the “phrenic nerve” to thank for controlling the breathing process. This nerve, which begins in Read more
  • GET AHEAD OF THE CURVE
    “Scoliosis” is a three-dimensional deformity that occurs when the spine becomes abnormally rotated and curved sideways.  This irregular curvature may begin in infancy, the juvenile years, or during adolescence. If Read more

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