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Exercises for Hip Pain

Posted on December 6, 2017
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  There are two types of muscles that help facilitate motion in our hips and lower extremities: tonic and phasic. Tonic (postural) muscles are always working or contracting to keep us upright. Therefore, these muscles tend to be tight and short. When we sleep, they contract or shorten and are taut upon waking and need to be stretched on a regular basis.  Examples of tonic muscles

Black Friday Safety Tips

Posted on November 22, 2017
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With Thanksgiving always comes Black Friday

If you choose to venture out during this time, be safe both financially and physically. Check out these 9 safety tips to help your shopping experience go a little bit easier!

…. Happy Shopping!

  1. Construct a separation plan for you and your shopping partner(s), especially if you’ve got

Neck Pain Management Strategies

Posted on November 14, 2017
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  Because the human head weighs between 12-15 pounds (5.44-6.80 kg), the neck and upper back muscles must constantly work to maintain an upright posture. Due to our use of computer and electronic devices, many people have forward head posture (FHP), meaning their head rests forwards on the neck more than it should. In fact, studies show that every inch of FHP places an additional

Can Chiropractic Help Dizziness?

Posted on November 6, 2017
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Many of us have had problems associated with dizziness from time to time and have not thought much about it. But when dizziness happens frequently, lasts a long time, or is severe, it definitely gets our attention and forces us to get it checked out. BACKGROUND: To determine how common dizziness is and the personal burden it imposes on the population, a large-scale study examined

The Mysterious Sacroiliac Joint

Posted on October 31, 2017
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  Low back pain (LBP) can arise from a number of structures that comprise the lower back like the intervertebral disk, the facet joints, the muscles and/or tendon attachments, the ligaments that hold bone to bone, the hip, and the sacroiliac joint (SIJ). Though several of these can generate pain simultaneously, the focus of this month will center on the SIJ. The role of the SIJ

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