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What Is Myofascial Release?

Let’s Start With Fascia Fascia is a densely woven, tough connective tissue found throughout the body from head to toe.  It can be compared to a spider web holding everything together.  It binds the muscles, ligaments, blood vessels, and nerves together.  Yet, injuries, poor posture, illness, and stress can cause fascia to scar down, resulting in increased pressure […]

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“Deflaming” with Diet and Nutritional Supplements

We’ve all heard the phrase, “you are what you eat.”  Unfortunately, this statement is more accurate than most realize.  The human body’s biochemicals are composed of the foods that we ingest.  Subtle biochemical injuries (dietary trauma) occur throughout our body when we eat a diet that is deficient in fruits and vegetables, and contains refined […]

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Back view of a 15 year-old male patient with scoliosis. Curvature of the spine towards the right can be seen just above the level of the waist with the mid-back bending in an opposite direction to compensate.

What Is Scoliosis?

  Scoliosis affects 5 to 7 million people in the United States. More than a half million visits are made to doctors’ offices each year for evaluation and treatment of scoliosis. Although scoliosis can begin at any age, it often develops in adolescents (more…)

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What Is Common Sense Pain Management?

  Partnering with your chiropractor in the effort to get your pain under control and keeping the pain away is important in common sense pain management. The optimum approach to a problem is to find out what led to it and then, after successfully treating the pain, provide the advice and direction needed in order […]

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