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Therapeutic Massage + Chiropractic Care = Faster Healing

Therapeutic massage is an age-old remedy which has proven to be an effective complement to chiropractic care. Both are holistic in nature, and are based on belief in the innate healing power of the body. Together, chiropractic and massage therapy facilitate the natural healing process by keeping the body in proper alignment and ensuring a free flow of nerve impulses and circulation of fluids. P...
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Flying the Friendly Skies: Chiropractic & Massage for Pilots and Flight Attendants

Pilots and flight attendants endure a lot of stress on their bodies.  Hauling, pushing, maneuvering, lifting, holding, reaching – all these movements cause wear and tear on the body.  According to the Monthly Labor Review, these professionals have a high rate of disabling illnesses and injuries. The leading injuries for flight attendants and pilots are strains and sprains.  Another typical inju...
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Take a DEEP Breath – Stress and Degenerative Disease

Every day a vast majority of people in the United States are in a state of worry: about money, children, jobs, a spouse or significant other, or hundreds of other things or events, whether they can be controlled or not. Some people are very aware of the strain and tension in their life, but many live with stress that cannot be seen, or are unwilling to admit. Daily life continues for these worr...
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Straighten up! How Chiropractic Treatment Helps Posture

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Several factors contribute to poor posture--most commonly stress, obesity, pregnancy, weak postural muscles, abnormally tight muscles, and high-heeled shoes.  In addition, decreased flexibility, a poor work environment, incorrect working posture, and unhealthy sitting and standing habits can also contribute to poor body positioning. Poor posture can lead to excessive strain on muscles and may e...
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Stress and Degenerative Disease

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Every day a vast majority of people in the United States are in a state of worry: about money, children, jobs, a spouse or significant other, or hundreds of other things or events, whether they can be controlled or not. Some people are very aware of the strain and tension in their life, but many live with stress that cannot be seen, or are unwilling to admit. Daily life continues for these worrie...
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