The Best Athletes in the World Use Chiropractic… But the Benefits Apply to EVERYONE

A trained eye easily spots the relatively frequent occasions in which a football or soccer player comes off the field after a trauma or collision and immediately receives a Chiropractic adjustment right on the sidelines. Most professional and amateur sports teams employ a team Chiropractor who works directly with the athletes on a regular basis […]

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Runners Gain a Competitive Advantage with Chiropractic

Elite and amateur runners consistently seek tools, strategies, and resources which deliver a competitive advantage on the track or course. Chiropractic adjustments provide a unique advantage to runners that augment their benefits from food, supplements, training, and other manual care. All recreational and competitive runners deserve to experience how Chiropractic care maximizes training, performance, and […]

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Back to School Spine & Nervous System Check-Up for the Entire Family

End of Summer Checklist It is the end of summer and children returning to school represents a time for check-ups and annual measurements. Children usually take an annual trip to a physician for baseline monitoring of blood pressure, heart, and physical wellness. Older student-athletes undergo mandatory physicals to participate in athletics and activities.  They also […]

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Chiropractic and Spinal Care Protects Soccer Players from Long-Term Health Hazards Associated with Sports Injury and Neck Degeneration

Every sport consists of a unique set of benefits and risks. These counterparts even exist in the world’s most popular sport. More professional and amateur athletes participate in soccer than in any sport in the world. Soccer requires both physical skill and mental strategy to work as a team with the singular objective of kicking […]

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Concussions and Chiropractic: Research Proves Chiropractic Plays a Pivotal Role in Concussion Recovery

Concussions classify as a type of traumatic brain injury. Concussions used to be a concern following falls, car accidents, and other forms of spontaneous head trauma. Now the fear of concussions permeates the entire activity landscape ranging from recreational activities to youth athletics. The risk of a concussion increases with younger children. A culture of […]

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Is This Good Pain or Bad Pain?

As a chiropractor, I get asked to diagnose people in public all the time.  I may be at church, the market, the gym, CrossFit, the park, or pool but honestly, it never gets old.  I love interacting with people and I am happy to answer their health-related questions.  One question that I get more than […]

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