Blog Archive

Small Screen Neck Strain Oct 20th, 2017

Every new patient receives a gentle and obvious reminder that we are all vulnerable to stooped head posture from too much small screen devices time. Here are tips to avoid a trip to the Chiropractor: https://www.health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/stretch-to-ease-screen-time-related-neck-and-shoulder-pain

Arthritis and Chiropractic Feb 8th, 2017

Keeping the joints moving can reduce the pain of arthritis The old adage of MOVE it or LOSE it is never more true when it comes to osteoarthritis.  There are many kinds of arthritis, but most common types include osteoarthritis (OA), rheumatoid arthritis   (RA), psoriatic arthritis (PsA), fibromyalgia and gout.  All of them cause pain in...

Back pain, Pregnancy, and Chiropractic Jan 24th, 2017

You dont have to wait to deliver your baby to have relief! It is not commonly know that chiropractic is one of the most effective, safe drug free way to relieve back pain. Many women experience  back, neck or even a pain in the butt cheek when pregnant.  A thorough...

Core Strengthening Jan 20th, 2017

On the heels of broken new year’s resolutions don’t give up just yet. Core strength is the best preventive measure to back pain and fitness.  Sometime exercise and core stabilization can be overwhelming when you don’t feel like your technique is right.   As a chiropractor I recommend this as  a good...

Heavy Heads are the new normal Dec 13th, 2016

Consider how your everyday posture can effect your neck This results in increased cervical spine stress! As we look at the screen, text messages or touch the screen for more information, we almost always bend our head down to look down. This head forward position increases cervical compression and stress....

Stress can cause neck pain and headches Dec 5th, 2016

Shoulders are not earrings and should not be up to your ears.  This is the season of holiday stress.  Many people take on a stressed out posture without even knowing it.  If you have a stress-related symptom, you’re not alone! Nearly 85 percent of visits to doctors (and nearly as...