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  • Is Carrying A Backpack Good For My Child?
    Kids carry heavy backpacks with school supplies.  Many times the backpack is carried over one shoulder pulling on one side of the neck.  This causes one shoulder to be higher Read more
  • Pain in back of knee may be a Baker's Cyst
    Q: What is a Baker's Cyst? A: A Bakers Cyst is a fluid growth that occurs on the back of the knee. It can become hard and very painful.  A Baker's Read more
  • Chest Pain Could Be A Rib Out Of Place
    Most people are amazed to find out that the ribs are not directly attached to the vertebrae.  There is tissue between the rib and vertebrae which allows them to move Read more
  • What Is The 80/20 Rule?
    When discussing the 80/20 Rule it is pretty simple: Eat healthy foods 80% of the week, and eat unhealthy foods for the last 20%.  Most people in the United States do Read more
  • Physical Therapy Or Chiropractic?
    When someone is injured in a car accident, injured at work or during an athletic event rehabilitation is necessary.  In most cases when this happens, they usually see a medical Read more
  • SASTM (Sound Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization) What Is It?
    Soft tissue mobilization is used to treat a number of problems.  SASTM instruments are designed for treatment of soft tissue disorders.  These remarkable instruments effectively break down fascial restrictions and Read more
  • Is There Such A Thing As "Simple Surgery"?
    In my experience, I have had several people come into my practice with physiological problems who want a quick fix.  Instead of performing the work and research necessary to naturally Read more
  • Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Issues?
    TMJ can be very painful.  It can lead to headaches, vision problems, neck pain, earaches, the inability to chew properly and much more. The Cartilage that is above your mandible can Read more
  • Plantar Fasciitis An Epidemic?
    Plantar Fasciitis is becoming a problem in our community.  Why is this so? Over the years our shoes have changed, we walk on hard surfaces all day long and we sit Read more
  • Spinal And Extremity Care
    Chiropractors are masters of the spine and nervous system.  We track and follow symptomatic patterns in the body and relieve stressors in these areas which allow the body to function Read more
  • Physical Therapy, Sports Injury, Scar Tissue And Chiropractic
    When a person injures themselves and sees a medical doctor, in most cases the M.D. sends them to physical therapy to strengthen the injured area.  Exercise is great for your Read more
  • Burner Stinger Is More Common Than You Think!
    This injury is most common with football players but it can happen with anyone who falls onto their shoulder pushing their head to the opposite side of their body.  It Read more
  • 6 Tips For Managing Ankylosing Spondylitis
    What is Ankylosing Spondylitis? Ankylosing Spondylitis ("AS") is also known as Mari Struempell disease or Bechterew's disease.  This is an inflammatory arthritis that results in fusion of the spine, pelvis and Read more
  • Bicycle Safety Tips And Workshops
    Summer is almost here, which means it is time to check your breaks, inflate your tires and lubricate your chain. You'll be pulling out your bicycle helmet too, I'm sure, Read more
  • Reasons For "Turf Toe"
    Turf Toe is pain occurring at the base of the big toe.  Most commonly it happens where your big toe bends when you are walking or running.  Turf Toe happens Read more
  • The Affects Of Tight Hamstrings
    A lot of patients that come into my office have tight hamstrings and think it is normal to feel a pull in the back of their legs when bending forward.  Read more


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