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“Wow, I wish I had come in sooner.” – The Benefits of Chiropractic Care

Sound familiar? After waking up with a stiff neck one morning, you notice every tiny movement you make for several days.  In a moment, agonizing back pain consumes you after leaning over to pick up something dropped from the floor. The pain is nearly unbearable and you find no relief whether you’re standing, sitting or lying down. A simple movement has rendered you nearly immobile and brough...
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A Crash Course: Should I seek Chiropractic Adjustment After My Car Accident?

A car accident is the last thing anyone needs. Between all of life’s other daily struggles, adding a car accident into the mix just creates more stress and more things to think about. On top of that, car accident injuries can create an added strain on your life, forcing you to take time off work or even making you unable to do certain tasks. One of the biggest questions after a car accident is whe...
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Preventing Lower Back Pain in Golfers

One of the most common complaints from golfers is pain in the lower back. The mechanics of the golf swing place stress on the parts of the spine including the joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments. According to the University of Pittsburgh Neuromuscular Research Laboratory, "more than 30 percent of golfers have experienced issues related to lower back pain or injury that have affected their abili...
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Get On Your Feet! Understanding Orthotics

Your feet serve as a strong base to your body when you’re standing and walking. There are times, however, when your feet and body may benefit from extra support by wearing custom foot orthotics. Foot orthotics are not just "arch supports," although this term is often used to describe them. They perform functions that make your everyday activities more comfortable and efficient by altering the a...
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Chiropractic on the green: Your Ace in the Hole

The tournament that gets inside a golfer’s head more than any other is The Masters Championship. Sure, there are other big tournaments, but there aren’t any that matter as much to those involved, or those that follow this beloved sport. If you can win only one tournament, you want to win the one at Augusta National. Beyond the psychological element is the physical and conditioning aspect. If yo...
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You are what you eat: Incorporating nutrition and chiropractic

The body is innately intelligent and designed to be not only self-healing and self-regulating, but also a vehicle to harbor all of life’s unlimited potential.  In order to receive the full potential of a chiropractic adjustment as well as food, one should lead a lifestyle that includes proper sleep, hydration, a positive mental attitude, and most importantly, proper nourishment and nerve supply. ...
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Sitting Still: Your Posture and Your Health

Sitting in office chairs. Looking at the computer. Driving. Standing for long periods of time. Sleeping.  The day-to-day business of life – and major places where posture plays an ever-increasing role. Poor posture can easily become second nature, causing or aggravating episodes of back pain and damaging spinal structures. Fortunately, the main factors affecting posture and ergonomics are compl...
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Back-to-School and Backs: A Guide

The smell of a new box of crayons.  Sharp pencils.  Fresh erasers. A new locker combination.  A new dorm room. It's back-to-school time, and that means trips to school, scraped knees, books, back packs, and school sports. The activity can be great for you and the kids, but heavy backpacks and bad posture can end up hurting your kid’s backs.  But how to navigate this growing concern straight out...
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Is Chiropractic the answer to the Opioid Epidemic?

Seizing on the opioid epidemic as a chance to expand their reach, naturopaths and chiropractors are aggressively lobbying Congress and state governments to elevate the role of alternative therapies in treating chronic pain. They’ve scored several victories in recent months, and hope the Trump administration will give them a further boost. Their most powerful argument: We don’t prescribe addicti...
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The mountains are calling: Hiking Your Way to Health

The fall colors that Colorado is known for are just a few short weeks away.  The aspen leaves on the mountainsides draw hikers and visitors from around the globe.  However, the cooler weather and impressive scenery offer more than just a workout for your eyes! As autumn’s outdoor temperatures begin their gentle slope toward winter, it’s a chance look forward to opportunities for vigorous cardio...
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