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  • Mallet (Not Mullet) Finger, A Common Baseball Injury
    What is it? Mallet finger or "baseball finger" occurs when the tendon which extends or straightens your finger is shortened and damaged.  Sometimes a ball may hit the top of your Read more
  • The Reasons People Choose Chiropractic
    The most common reason why people chose to visit a chiropractor is because of pain or discomfort in the musculoskeletal system. Whiplash, sports injuries, headaches, neck pain and low back Read more
  • Stress Study Shows Noise At Work Can Decrease Productivity
    According to an article written by the Journal of Applied Psychology in October of 2000, Environmental psychologists at Cornell University discovered that low-level noise experienced while at work results in higher Read more
  • To HCG Or Not: Dr. Oz Says Not Yet
    The HCG, or "Hormone" Diet The HCG diet promises to help you lose weight quickly. While many claim it works, it has a potentially damaging effect on your metabolism. The diet is Read more
  • Anterior Compartment Syndrome Can Be Serious
    Compartment syndrome is a serious condition that involves increased pressure in the lower leg.  It can lead to muscle and nerve damage and problems with blood flow. Causes: There are tissues called Read more
  • How can I avoid getting a cold?
    When weather is changing and it is getting dark out sooner, be prepared to come in contact with people with colds.  We all know the symptoms... Runny nose Sneezing Nasal and sinus blockage Headache Cough Sore Read more
  • What to do about your High Foot Arch
    How does this happen? High arches can be genetic or in most cases can be caused by wearing improper shoes and/or imbalances of leg muscles.  Muscle imbalance can arch the foot.  Read more
  • Do You Get Leg Cramps At Night?
    Nocturnal leg cramps are contractions of the calf muscles and/or cramping of the soles of the feet that occur while you are sleeping or at rest. Middle-aged and older people Read more
  • Can Chiropractic Help With Fertility?
    Well, since the nerves that regulate and control your reproductive system exit from the spine, it would make sense that if there is anything preventing impulses to be sent to Read more
  • Good Posture Is Important
    Why is posture so important? Posture is as important as eating a healthy diet, sleeping 7-9 hours a day, avoiding harmful substances like drugs, alcohol and tobacco.  Keeping good posture means Read more
  • 16 Reasons for Constipation: Why And What To Do
    Constipation is very common these days with our busy schedules.  People don't make the time to eat the foods that are necessary for optimal food breakdown and elimination.   In Read more
  • Pubic Pain During Pregnancy
    Pubic pain during pregnancy is called Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction and can be pretty severe.  During pregnancy your body changes and the baby grows larger putting more stress on the round ligament, Read more
  • Rotator Cuff Injuries Can Creep Up On You
    Your rotator cuff consists of muscles and tendons on the upper part of your shoulder.  These muscles are responsible for rotating your arm outward (Teres Minor and Infraspinatus), rotating it Read more
  • Chondromalacia (Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome)
    Your knee is responsible for absorbing a lot of stress when you walk, jump or run.  Cartilage located underneath the surface of your kneecap (patella) can sometimes be scraped or Read more
  • We Are In Downtown Redwood City!
    We are conveniently in the heart of downtown where there is an event almost every night.  Our new location is just one block from the downtown courthouse and just blocks Read more
  • 11 Ways To Help Your Baby Turn From The Breech Position
    Being told you have a breech baby can be scary. Years ago obstetricians were prepared and trained for vaginal breech births. Now, Cesarean dates are given to expectant mothers weeks Read more


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