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  • Is Honey Good for You?
    Honey is not just a gooey, sticky, golden syrup that tastes good on pancakes and your morning oatmeal. Honey has been used for centuries by healers from many different cultures Read more
  • Anatomy of the Sacroiliac Joint
    The sacroiliac joint is a planar (sliding) synovial joint in the bony pelvis, formed by the meeting of the sacrum (at the base of the spine) and upper part of Read more
  • Fast and Easy Power Breakfast Ideas
    Just about everybody is pressed for time these days, and even the most health-conscious of us may be tempted to skip breakfast in order to eke out a few more Read more
  • Leg Pain and Numbness: What Do They Mean?
    Pain, numbness, or tingling in the legs affect most of us at one time or another. In many cases, these symptoms are caused by overuse of the leg muscles; for Read more
  • Cervical Arthritis Causes and Treatment Options
    Just as the degeneration of joints in the lower spine can result in lumbar arthritis, degeneration of the facet joints in the upper (cervical) spine can lead to cervical arthritis. Read more
  • Patellar Tendonitis Causes and Treatment Options
    Patellar tendonitis (often called "Jumper's Knee" because it is a common overuse condition in athletes) is a source of pain and discomfort to many. To understand what it is, you Read more
  • Are Growing Pains Normal?
    You may have been awakened in the night by your 5-year-old child crying from the pain in her legs that seems to have appeared out of nowhere. This condition, usually Read more
  • Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
    The boomerang-shaped sacroiliac joints are found just below the waist on either side of the spine. These joints connect the two pelvic (iliac) bones, and are surrounded by a complex Read more
  • Knee Ligament Injuries and Treatment Options
    Knee ligament injuries are unfortunately all too common in athletes, who put a tremendous amount of strain on them and they are easily subject to injury from typical athletic movements. Read more
  • Chiropractic/Manipulation Therapy for Shoulder Pain
    Shoulder pain is a common complaint that patients present with to both primary care physicians and chiropractic practitioners. There are several underlying conditions that may cause discomfort in this area, Read more
  • What is Chiropractic Cold Laser Therapy?
    Cold laser therapy (also called Low Level Laser Therapy or LLLT) involves the use of light (a specific wavelength and frequency of coherent light, generated from a low-wattage therapeutic laser) Read more
  • Do You Have SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)?
    As autumn turns to winter and the days become shorter, do you find yourself suffering from symptoms of depression that mysteriously seem to disappear once the days have become longer? Read more
  • 6 Tips for Healthy-Looking Skin
    We all want to look young and beautiful, no matter what our age, and keeping your skin in good condition goes a long way toward that goal. There are a Read more
  • Chiropractic for Tennis Players
    Approximately 65% of the 15 million tennis players in the United States sustain at least one injury per year. Tennis is a sport that involves repetitive motions and ballistic movements. Read more
  • The Importance of Hand Washing
    In previous centuries, the importance of hand washing was not understood, and led to the needless deaths of many millions of people. When performed properly, hand washing is by far Read more
  • Chiropractic for Hip Pain
    Your hips and legs support your entire body. They provide stability, strength, mobility, and flexibility. Misalignment or subluxation of the spine can cause both hip and leg pain by irritating Read more