Archive for the ‘Advice and Tips’ Category

Why does my Back Hurt? and how do I make it better in 4 mins a day? Foundation Training 101

Does a chiropractic digital nerve scan hurt?

Why does your back hurt? Whether is is an acute flare up of a back spasm or a chronic nagging pain, the chances are very good that you are are stuck! Stuck in a hunched forward position in the head, neck, and shoulders and contracted in the hip flexors with weak butt and low back […]

Tips for Enjoying Your Favorite Holiday Treats

Sarah Hawthrone

Hooray it’s holiday time and all the fun festivities are about to begin. This mean spending time with loved ones, eating our favorite comfort foods, enjoying the occasional celebratory drink and going to lots of end of year parties! For some people all this can be a little daunting… we all do our best to […]

Headaches? Chiropractic Care Can Help

What’s Causing Your Headache?

Occasional headaches are a minor nuisance, but recurring or severe headaches, such as migraines, can have a serious impact on your life. While you can reduce the severity of these headaches with over-the-counter pain relievers or stronger prescriptions, having to rely on medication isn’t an ideal treatment option. Medications can cause side effects or complications, and prescription pain pills can be addictive. Fortunately, chiropractic care can provide relief on a long-term basis and help reduce the occurrence of these headaches.

6 Wellness Tips for Parents

Wellness Tips for Parents

Having worked with many parents and seeing their children grow up in my office, I thought I would take a moment to share 6 lessons I’ve learned. My intention is to share some knowledge, best practices, and let you know that you are not alone.

Can Omega-3 DHA Help Your Child Sleep Better?

You’ve probably heard that taking an omega-3 fatty acid supplement derived from fish oils has been linked to numerous health benefits such as the building blocks we need for brain and hormonal health throughout our lives. A recent study by the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom has revealed another benefit – that higher levels of omega-3 DHA are associated with better sleep.

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