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  • Chiropractic for Cyclists
    A burning sensation in the shoulders, numbness of the arms and hands, and tightness in the neck are common sensations among both recreational and competitive cyclists. They might be easy Read more
  • What To Look For When Shopping For A Mattress
    These days, there are a wide variety of mattress options to choose from. In addition to the familiar innerspring mattresses, you now can opt for memory foam, latex foam, air, Read more
  • What is the Cox Flexion Distraction Technique
    The Cox Flexion Distraction Technique (also referred to as the Cox® Technic) was developed by Dr. James M. Cox as a gentle, non-force adjustment procedure to help the spine heal Read more
  • Understanding Why Over-Prescription of Antibiotics is a Problem
    When you or someone you love is sick, whether from the flu or bronchitis or any number of illnesses, the most pressing thought is towards recovering as fast and as Read more
  • What is the Active Release Technique (ART)?
    The Active Release Technique (ART, also referred to as the Active Release Techniques) is a system of movement-based massage treatment developed and patented by P. Michael Leahy, DC, CCSP. He Read more
  • The Benefits of Niacin
    Niacin (also known as vitamin B3 or nicotinic acid), is one of the water-soluble B-complex vitamins that provides a range of health benefits, including reducing your level of "bad" LDL Read more
  • What is Degenerative Disc Disease?
    Degenerative disc disease is misnomer, because it's not really a disease. It is a term that refers to the normal changes in the spine as we age. In particular, it Read more
  • The Benefits of Riboflavin
    Like the other B-vitamins, riboflavin (also known as vitamin B2), plays a key role in the production of energy and the maintenance of metabolism. Its distinctive characteristic is its bright Read more
  • What is the Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT)?
    The Sacro-Occipital Technique (also referred to as SOT) is a commonly used chiropractic technique developed by osteopath and chiropractor Major Bertrand DeJarnette. The name refers to the sacrum or "tail Read more
  • The Benefits of Thiamine
    Thiamine (also known as vitamin B1) was the first of the B-vitamins to be discovered, and works synergistically with the other vitamins in the B-complex family. It helps to convert Read more
  • Chiropractic Care for Colicky Babies
    Colic is a bit of a mystery to both parents and scientists. There is no complete definition of colic or its causes, but it is generally seen as "unexplained and Read more
  • What is Myofascial Release?
    In order to understand the myofascial release technique, it is first important to understand the superficial fascia system. Superfiscial fascia is a sort of coating that envelops the organs, glands, Read more
  • Chiropractic Care for TMJ
    TMJ stands for Tempromandibular Joint Disorder. It is a common condition in which there is limited range of motion within the jaw. The jaw is a hinge joint that is Read more
  • What Are Probiotics?
    The beneficial bacteria that make up the bulk of your gut flora are called "probiotics." These tiny symbiotic organisms provide a wide range of benefits to your health, including keeping Read more
  • The Sympathetic Nervous System
    The sympathetic nervous system, the parasympathetic nervous system, and the enteric nervous system comprise the autonomic nervous system in the body. It operates through a network of neurons throughout the Read more
  • What are Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers?
    Spinal pelvic stabilizers are specially designed orthotics that help stabilize and balance your feet. They can have a significant effect on your entire body's performance and efficiency, reduce pain, and Read more