Mention the term “Growing Pains,” and you might think of the classic 1980s sitcom starring Alan Thicke and Joanna Kerns about a mom, dad and their kids growing up in middle-class America. Or you might think of the literal, physical pains associated with growing up! So what are growing pains? They’ve been described as an ache or throb in the legs. Often found in the front of the thighs, the calves or behind the knees, growing pains...

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Manage Pain With Mind-Body Healing

Posted on Jun 21, 2020

Do you ever wonder why some people seem super successful and others aren’t? If you ask successful people how they “got there,” they usually mention that they visualized their success long before it became a reality. In other words, they thought about where they want to be in life, and those thoughts seemingly helped make their dreams come true! Now what about people who are in pain? Could a person feeling pain in a certain body part...

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Dads do a lot of work. They have to take care of their kids, as well as a spouse, a house, the yard, etc. Being a dad is not for the faint of heart! This Father’s Day what are you getting your dad as a present? Most dads get ties, but how many men really wear ties anymore? Not too many! That said, what about giving a “spine-friendly” gift? In other words, why not connect your dad with a chiropractor and pay for some appointments?...

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Could You Be Addicted To Junk Food?

Posted on Jun 7, 2020

Junk food is everywhere these days; It’s hard to avoid. Go into a gas station, grocery store or discount store and you’re surrounded by candy bars, salty potato chips, doughnuts, cupcakes and sugary drinks. Are they healthy or nutritious? No. But do we crave them? Yes! Even though your mind tells you, “This isn’t the healthiest thing to put into my body,” you can easily end up addicted to junk food. Why is that? It turns out that junk...

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Low-back Pain And Exercise

Posted on May 24, 2020

Most people who experience low back pain automatically assume they shouldn’t exercise. If anything, they want to spend time on their couch or in their bed– not moving… but here’s the deal: moving is actually good for your back. If you have low back pain, there are helpful exercises you can do to strengthen the back as well as stomach and leg muscles. Ideally, you want to exercise these parts of the body in order to help support...

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Chiropractic Care For Infertility

Posted on May 17, 2020

Sometimes when a woman is trying to get pregnant and it’s not happening she thinks she’s one of the only people in the world having such a problem. That said, infertility issues are much more common than the average person assumes. Almost 10% of the population has to deal with infertility issues. When a person thinks of visiting a chiropractor, it’s usually regarding back or neck issues. But what about infertility? Can a chiropractor...

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