3 Tips when Buying Shoes

The feet are a very important part of posture. So, I’m going to discuss shoes and some of the things that you should be looking for when you purchase them. There are 3 common rules when I’m buying shoes for walking, working, or just shoes in general: Shoes shouldn’t bend in the middle. For example, when a […]

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 Think back to when you started your chiropractic journey. Go on, I’ll wait… Did you respond well to treatment, but your original symptoms reappeared? Or Did you experience feelings of lightness or happiness or randomly began crying? How about, maybe after an adjustment you might have developed a rash or been a little sick to your

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Low Back Pain & Chiropractic

Low back pain is the number one reason for missed work worldwide. In fact, Americans spend 50 billion dollars a year dealing with low back pain AND it’s reported that 80% of the population will deal with low back pain at some time in their life. So what is it?  The low back is made

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So I began working out the other day to start getting back in shape. I found that my leg and calf muscles weren’t keeping up with me. So, I ended up with some severe calf cramps, which were kind of ruining my workout. It was annoying, even hard to walk around. I’d been stretching and

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Check Out our Favorite Chart

The body is incredibly smart.  It wants to keep information inside the well protected vertebrae as long as it can before sending it out to the body.  For example, nerves to the arms come out of the upper neck while the nerves from the heart go down to come out of the upper back.  The

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What’s that Cracking Noise?

Nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and synovial fluid are just three elements of that beautiful symphony you hear when Dr. James does an adjustment and makes your body go “POP!” Many people have seen themselves as a masterful knuckle cracker, but never truly have understood where the noises come from.  Synovial fluid is the liquid that lubricates and surrounds the joints,

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