If you want to fix healthcare and help the budget, Move (exercise) and make better eating decisions.
Your health is your responsibility. If you are overweight, be happy with who you are, but don’t be content with your health. Be more concerned with leading a healthier lifestyle, then losing weight. Leading a healthier lifestyle will [...]
By: Lindsey Zerdecki, D.C. Are you fed-up with getting sick every winter or just not feeling well? If you follow these simple tips, you can increase your chances of dodging those nasty wintertime bugs, and feeling better all year round.
1. Chiropractic Care- In a study done by Ronald Pero, Ph.D., chief of cancer prevention [...]
Chronic pain is costing Americans as much as $635 billion each year, according to a new study out of John Hopkins. This includes medical costs and lost work time.
This averages out to more then $2,000 a year to each American including infants and children.
The study, published in the Journal of Pain, [...]
Approximately 50% of infants will use some form of a baby walker. Many parents think baby walkers are a blessing, but research is saying the opposite.
Possible Delayed Motor Development
Research has shown that baby walkers delay the motor development of infants. Many different studies have shown that children who use walkers, sat, crawled [...]
Whether you are an athlete or just someone with back pain, the hip hinge is an exercise you should be doing.
We have all heard the phrase “Lift with your legs and not with your back.”, this is easier said that done. Most people make the hinge point in the low back and not [...]