Need An Energy Boost? Try Chiropractic!

Ever notice how right around the holidays, your energy levels seem to drop? Whether it’s from running between parties, traveling, or added stress at this office, this time of year can be tough! Many people spend their days tired and rundown and simply don’t have enough energy. If you are looking for an energy boost, chiropractic might be the solution.

Cold, Flu, and Chiropractic

Cold and flu season is in full swing and that means fever, headaches, chills, and body aches are coming. You might think it can’t be avoided, but there are steps you can take to sidestep the cold and flu this season. Here’s how chiropractic can help.

Your Body's Shock Absorbers

Your spinal discs, also known as the “shock absorbers” of your spine and body, work with the natural curves of your spine to reduce pressure and stress as you move. Just like your car has shock absorbers, so does your body, and if worked too hard, they can become damaged. If you are suffering from low back pain, it may be a result of a herniated disc or other disc issues, and chiropractic care can help!

Tips to Avoid Thanksgiving Back Pain

Thanksgiving is finally here! It is a time to spend with family and friends eating, laughing, and relaxing. You probably already have your holiday plans all worked out, but have you stopped to think about how to protect your back this Thanksgiving? Thanksgiving can actually pose some real risks to your joints and spine. So, if you are planning on spending the evening on the couch, make sure it’s because you want to, not because your back pain is forcing you to. Here are our tips to protect your joints and back.

Chronic Headaches and Chiropractic

We’ve all been there before: the throbbing, pounding pain of a headache. Most of us only have to deal with them every now and then, but some people suffer from chronic headaches. Chronic headaches can effect and individuals work, relationships, and overall well-being. Here’s how chiropractic can help.

Chiropractic for Accidents and Injuries

When most people think of a chiropractor, they think of an aching back, a loud crack, or a sore neck. As chiropractors, we are known for being able to treat pain in the spine and neck. But there are other areas where we can help, like in the case of a severe injury or accident. Whether you hurt yourself exercising, fell while changing a lightbulb, or got in an auto accident, we might be able to provide the relief you are looking for. Here’s how we can help.

Prevent Halloween Back Pain!

Are you ready for Halloween? It’s time for scary movies, pumpkin carving, and trick-or-treating. Though you might be mentally prepared, your back and feet may not be as ready. We have narrowed down our top 3 tips to prevent back pain as you take to the streets to collect all the treats you can carry!

Heat or Ice?

If you’ve ever experienced an injury either from working out or just moving the wrong way, you have probably wondered whether you should reach for the ice pack or the heating pad. Most people do both, which can actually further aggravate your injury. Here are our tips for using heat and ice therapy.

Do We Shrink As We Age?

There are many great things that come with aging: we become wiser, seniors have a reportedly higher level of happiness, and retirement means more time for ourselves. However, there are some changes that happen to the body as we age. Vision, hearing, memory, and hair are some of the things we lose…and even height! Here’s what you need to know.

Balance Starts With Your Feet!

Chiropractors are widely understood as back and neck doctors. What many people don’t realize is that we provide much more than back and neck pain relief! It also comes as a surprise to many that your feet are incredibly important in relation to your spine. You sit, stand, walk, run, and move all throughout the day. There might be times when your shoes don’t fit right or are particularly hard on your feet (we’re talking to you in the high heels!). You then wonder why you’re suffering from back pain. It is about time to show your feet the appreciation they deserve. Here’s what you need to know.