Health and Wellness

Can Chiropractic Help You Overcome Obesity?

Over the last few decades, chiropractic has seen a huge growth and chiropractors are now the third-largest group of healthcare providers after primary care physicians and dentists. Although still considered by some to be an alternative form of healthcare, chiropractic is a non-invasive, non-addictive, and gentle form of therapy that is safe for and can benefit all ages and body types — including those with obesity.

Hit The Trails Without Pain!

A crisp October morning is the perfect time to get outdoors and enjoy a nice, long hike. Whether you’re a hardcore hiker or headed out for a casual stroll, the last thing you want is for a back or joint injury to take you out on the trail. Here are our tips to stay safe while out for a hike.

Can Coffee Improve Your Health?

Most of us love starting off the day with a nice cup of coffee and with National Coffee Day approaching (Sept. 29!), we thought we’d look at a few reasons why coffee is good for more than just waking up. Research shows that there’s a lot more to coffee than caffeine, and its high levels of antioxidants are one of the many reasons its a great way to start your day. Here’s what you need to know.

What Is The Key To Great Health?

Most people think seeing the doctor is only important when they’re sick and scheduling a visit when you’re feeling fine is relatively new. When it comes to health and wellness, an increasing number of people want to achieve their best and are doing so by visiting the chiropractor…not just for back pain, but to stay well Here’s what you need to know.

Back Pain: Could Dehydration Be The Cause?

Health junkie or not, you know how important it is to drink water. The human body is made up of over 50% water, and if you aren’t properly hydrated, your body will feel the negative effects of dehydration like dizziness, headaches, and even fainting. Not only that, but dehydration could even be the cause of your back pain! Here’s what you need to know.

Travel Tips for Fourth of July

Fourth of July is just days away, and some of us are taking advantage of the long weekend to visit with family and friends. If you are leaving town this 4th of July, remember to bring your healthy habits with you. Getting enough sleep, eating healthy, and continuing your exercise routine throughout your travels can help you stay healthy and happy while you’re away, ensuring a happy 4th of July!

Less Pain Means More Gains

As the summer season approaches, many of us are thinking about new ways to shake up our workout routine, and sometimes that means going back to basics. If you haven’t tried traditional weightlifting, there are many health benefits to be had. Here are our weightlifting tips.

Spring Into Great Health!

Springtime is a refreshing time of year, and unless you’ve been maintaining regular chiropractic care, your body might not be ready for it! Whatever your situation might be, it’s not too late to enjoy the benefits of chiropractic care and spring into great health.

Chiropractic Pillows: Why You Need One

Are you having a hard time getting a good night’s sleep? Well, you’re not alone. It might seem strange that there are specific pillows recommended by chiropractors, but we’ve got our reasons! Here’s why we think these pillows are better than others.

Why You Need Chiropractic in Winter

You hear it just about everywhere you go this time of year - the sniffling and sneezing of cold season. It is particularly important to pay close attention to your health and wellness during the winter, and chiropractic can help.

Want To Lose Weight? Here Are Our Tips!

If you’ve decided to make weight loss a goal in 2019 and you follow our blog, you already know that chiropractic can help. Here are our tips to help you keep your resolutions throughout the year and achieve your weight loss goals.

Have a Healthy and Happy Holiday Season

Christmas may have come and gone, but the holiday season isn’t over just yet. The holidays are full of celebrations and spending time with friends and family, but the season can quickly become one of excess. Here are our tips for a healthy holiday season.

Back Pain and Sleep Deprivation: More Related Than You Think

For this week's article, we've got a guest blogger! Stacey L. Nash is a Seattle area writer for whose insomnia led her to research all aspects of sleep. Learn more about the connection between back pain and sleep deprivation.

Need An Energy Boost?

Doesn’t it always seem that your energy levels are lower during the holiday season? Whether it is from traveling, running from holiday party to holiday party, or exhaustion from added stress at work, this time of year can be just as grueling as it is enjoyable. Most people spend their days feeling tired and rundown and just don’t have enough energy. If you are in need of an energy boost, chiropractic care might be your solution.

Time to Talk Germs!

In today's society, there is often a negative association with germs, and a number of people are afraid of them. Germs have received plenty of focus since around the time the microscope was invented. But germs are actually similar to seeds. If you have ever done any gardening, you know that it takes work to plant a garden or start a lawn. It doesn't just happen! Not only do you have to consider the conditions, but also that the process takes a time period of days or weeks. The very same thing can be said in relation to germs and the development of disease. 

Love Your Spine!

Valentine’s Day is here, and it is a day to shower your significant other with love and affection. We do this through anything from grand romantic gestures to cards, candy, and flowers. Millions of dollars are spent on this day alone throughout the United States. Well, this year we challenge you to show an equal amount of love to your spine with these suggestions.

    Curb Your Sugar Cravings

    As you work towards a healthier you in 2018, perhaps the most important area to focus on is your eating habits. One great way to do this is to cut sugar out of your diet. Typically, women tend to have more of a sweet tooth than men, which is due to the female hormone estradiol. Sugar cravings can also be because of overloaded adrenal glands, a yeast infection, an underactive thyroid gland, or an imbalance of bacteria in the body. So, what steps can you take to curb your sugar cravings?