Roughly 1.3 million expectant mothers will suffer from Postpartum depression (PPD) after giving birth. The chemical and hormonal changes that mother’s experience dramatically affect the body and the brain.More
The importance of maintaining a balanced weight is not to be understated. Some of us, however, struggle quite deeply with staying at a healthy weight.
One study from the CDC showed that over 78 million adult Americans suffer from obesity. Individuals who experience an injury that is directly related to their weight (as in a knee, back, or hip injury) only further complicate their journey to a healthy weight.More
As new research becomes known displaying the risks that come along with the mass prescription of opioids, the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) is imploring change for healthcare providers who have not exhausted other forms of pain management before prescribing painkillers.More
If you’d like to start receiving chiropractic care, but aren’t quite sure if Medicare will cover the service, then we’re here to help. It’s important to realize Medicare does offer limited coverage of Chiropractic care.More
From sports injuries to athletic performance, chiropractic care may very well be the key to maximizing recovery time and lessening the damage caused. New research supports this link, and has much to say about chiropractic care and muscle function.More
Natural birthing websites frequently speak of the Webster Technique, which assists women in optimizing their pelvic function prior to giving birth. The Webster Technique adjusts any misalignment of the sacral nerve system function.More
The American office place has been hailed for eliminating workplace hazards. However, that statement may not necessarily be true. There are, in fact, many dangers to working at an office. We have outlined a few of those down below.More
The American Chiropractic Association has recently proclaimed May to be “Correct Posture Month.” This month people everywhere are encouraged to recognize their posture’s effect on their spinal health. According to the ACA, poor posture in everyday life can irritate and compound common spinal injuries and back pain.More
As a child, we all heard it. “Straighten up, stand up straight” etc.
Our parents tried their hardest to make us stand tall and carry ourselves the right way.
As adults, we may not necessarily follow their advice. Many of us spend hours hunched over laptops or mobile devices.More
As the weather warms in spring and summer, active parents are eager to leave the home and bring their baby with them to the great outdoors.More