Texting Posture Amounts to Carrying Bowling Balls on the Neck!

Ground-breaking research helps explain the negative effects of consistently looking down at a smartphone. Computers and cell phones play a significant role in every industrialized nation. A survey from 2015 revealed that 53% of people listed their cell phone as the most valuable item they would save during a house fire. The current state of […]

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Report Links “Horn-Like” Growth on Back of Skull to Phone and Computer Use

The title sounds like a tag line for a new movie or piece of artwork. New research states that permanent bone structure changes take place at the back of the skull as a result of extended amounts of time in a forward head posture position. Authors of the study attribute the cause of the increased […]

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Wear and Tear from Texting Leads to Spinal Degeneration… Take steps to avoid the dangers of “Text Neck” and Computer Posture

Research finds that increased usage of phones and computers brings about a variety of health challenges which accumulate over time. Billions of people use cell phones daily all over the world. The majority of cell phone usage occurs with the spine and neck in a flexed position of poor posture. Extended use of a cell […]

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Migraine Sufferers NEED a Chiropractor Recent Research Explains why…

Research published in 2015 revealed the superior migraine solution which spinal adjustments provide compared to treatments that only utilize pharmaceutical medication. Medical doctors usually prescribe drugs to migraine sufferers without awareness or exploration of the published research revealing other safer and more effective solutions. Migraines consist of severe, painful headaches which can last for hours […]

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Is texting bad for my neck?

Constant use of devices is causing “text neck” pain.  Have you noticed lately how much you look down and the neck pain that results?  Most of us spend 8-10 hours looking at a computer during the day.  On top of that when we aren’t looking at a computer screen, we are looking down at a […]

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