Stepping into 2019: Finding the Right Shoe. You’ve most likely heard the expression about stepping out on the right foot. But it’s pretty hard to do if your shoes are unsupportive, uncomfortable, and ill-fitting. And while you may be trying to address your chronic back pain issues in other ways, you may be overlooking one crucial element. Your shoes! Read more
2019 is upon us. And for many, this first month of the year is about new opportunities and potential for the year to come. Many of our resolutions revolve around our health and fitness, our relationships, and our careers. If you suffer from back pain and have some health goals in mind, you may want to consider the following resolutions for back pain. They can help reduce your back pain and improve your quality of life. Not a bad way to go through 2019!
Christmas is basically here. And while it’s been approaching, many of us have been busy elves in preparation. And while spirits are often high, often too is stress. But it’s not just the mental, “my in-laws are coming, and my house is a mess” kind of stress. All this holiday hustle and bustle also puts a lot of stress on our bodies. This is one of the many reasons why we should all try to stay on our healthy routines over the holiday. If you’re feeling misaligned, maybe it’s time to schedule a visit with your chiropractor so you have a well-adjusted holiday!
Spinal health and the sun. The cold weather and snow are here. It’s officially winter, and with it can come some changes. Winter can be taxing on both our mental and physical strength. We have to cope with dark days, dropping temperatures, and biting winds. But don’t worry, we have good news. There are ways to assist in boosting your immune system as well as fighting your seasonal affective disorder during the months of flu, darkness, and general down-trodden spirits. And that is to make sure your Vitamin D levels are up to par.
Winter is here! The snow is beginning to fall, giving us a break from the summer heat. The holidays are approaching. And in general, most of us are caught up in the holiday spirit. However, these colder months also mean pain for people who struggle with consistent inflammation or other spinal problems. Maybe you’re someone who feels a constant twinge in your back when temperatures are low. But is there evidence to support that cold weather cause back pain?
Winter has said hello. Many of us think that we need an immunity boost as the changeable weather brings new germs and viruses. Especially as we tend to push the season with our clothing selections. What can you do to boost your immunity this winter? Why don’t you give immunity-boosting through supplementation a try?
The first snow of the season has fallen! But unfortunately, colds and sickness are falling too. How many of your coworkers and peers have been sniffling and coughing over the last few weeks? If you’re lucky, you too haven’t fallen ill yet. But if you’re feeling drained lately, you may find yourself surrounded by Kleenexes too! In addition to handwashing, there is an immunity health formula you can follow to increase your immune health this holiday season. It consists of exercise, hydration, sleep, and chiropractic care!
Having proper hand hygiene is one of the most important things we can do for our health. Proper hand washing helps us avoid getting sick. Not to mention stops the spreading of germs to others. There are a number of diseases and conditions that are spread by not washing your hands with soap and clean water.
How often do you find your neck and shoulders sore at the end of a long day? If it’s a lot, you may have “text neck”. Text neck is the term used to describe neck pain and other damage sustained from looking down at your devices. When holding your head in this position, excessive amounts of tension are created in the deep muscles of your neck and across the shoulders. As a result, they cause both acute and chronic neck pain. Chronic headaches have also been linked to this condition.
Let’s talk about lower and upper cross syndromes. What are these? They are syndromes with various complications that can wreak havoc on the average person. Cross syndromes can decrease strength, flexibility, range of motion and lead to further degenerative processes (wearing down of the body – arthritis, etc.). Upper cross syndrome refers to the upper part of the body, namely the neck/upper back/chest/shoulder areas. Lower cross syndrome refers to the lower part of the body surrounding the pelvis/lower back/abdominal/upper thigh areas.