Entries by Dr. Kerstin Zock

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Resetting Health: Skincare

Skincare seems to be a popular topic these days. You may see ads for regimens on social media. Popular YouTube videos cover morning and nighttime skincare routines. You may even see Korean inspired skincare trinkets and masks in the aisles of Target. And this is all for good reason. Our skin is a nifty organ […]

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Hiking Back Pain 101

We know how great a good, long hike on a beautiful day can be. We also know how much back pain an incredible trail can spur. It doesn’t matter if you’re a casual walker or an advanced hiker. Here are a few tips to help alleviate current hiking back pain and prevent future back pain.

Resetting Health, Resetting Sleep Habits

According to the largest consumer sleep study, ResMed has found that 79% of Americans are getting less than the recommended 7-8 hours of sleep each night. Regardless of how much you take care of yourself during the day, if you don’t sleep enough, you’ll never be able to obtain optimum health. Now is a better […]

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Stressed Out? Holistic Stress Management

When you have to juggle work, family, friends, social engagements and other commitments, it’s easy to become stressed out. There are a number of ways to reduce tension and relax. However, some are much more effective for some than others. It’s important to find positive methods though. Even though some negative methods still bring stress […]

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Resetting Health: Hydration

It’s probably safe to say that most of us know the statistic that our body is comprised of 60% water. But even with that fact as “common knowledge”, there are a considerable amount of people that don’t meet their hydration intake. Did you know that water is the medium for practically every process in the […]

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Swimming and Chiropractic Care

It’s finally been feeling like summer! Que up the block parties, barbeques, and pool days. But just because vacation days are here doesn’t mean it’s time to take a break from our spinal health! While swimming is refreshing, it is also a great way to take care of your spine this summer. It puts little […]

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Resetting Health: Functional Movement

Our bodies have always been designed to move. Our earliest ancestors walked and ran miles upon miles in order to hunt and survive. We’ve been jumping, climbing, swimming, pushing, and pulling our bodies for centuries. However, in the 20th century, we have shifted our relationship with movement in regard to weight loss and our physical […]