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  • What Does the Typical US Physical Education Curriculum Look Like?
    Studies have shown that children who get sufficient amounts of regular physical activity each day are not only less likely to become obese, but show better attention and concentration in Read more
  • Chiropractic and the Athlete
    At Chicago Spine and Joint Center we see a lot of athletes and most of them have the same core questions about the role of chiropractic for athletes and how Read more
  • Proactive Vs. Reactive Healthcare
    There are two ways to view healthcare, reactive and proactive. Reactive healthcare is what we traditionally think of as healthcare in this country. We go about living our lives, waiting Read more
  • Chiropractic Research Study
    The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) today announced that ACA member and research consultant Christine Goertz, DC, PhD, will oversee the design and implementation of the three clinical trials funded by Read more
  • Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy
     At Chicago Spine and Joint Center we see a lot of expectant mothers and most of them have the same core questions about chiropractic care during pregnancy and how to Read more
  • Does Being Married Really Lead to a Healthier, Longer Life?
    A number of studies have shown that married people (particularly men) tend to live longer, healthier lives than their single counterparts. However, is it just being married that confers this Read more
  • Why We Overeat
    Here is an interesting repot by NBC on why people overeat...http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/health/Eating_when_you_re_full__Chicago-116271694.htmlChicago Spine and Joint Care - Chicago Chiropractor Matthew Nuesse Read more
  • Office Ergonomics
    At Chicago Spine and Joint Center we see a lot of office workers and executives and most of them have the same core questions about office ergonomics and how to Read more
  • Top 5 Ways to Keep Your Knees Younger Longer
    Some aches and pains are normal as we age, but there’s no reason why we should not try to keep them to a minimum. Knee health is important in keeping Read more
  • Take Flexibility Training Seriously
    When it comes to the Big Three of exercise - cardiovascular, strength training and flexibility - it's pretty clear which one can get overlooked. After all, while we prize cardiovascular Read more
  • Is There Really Such a Thing as Positive Stress?
    Do you consider yourself an optimist or a pessimist? When the going gets tough, the optimists among you can take heart—new research that has found that viewing stress positively can Read more
  • What Causes Knee Pain?
    At Chicago Spine and Joint Center we see a lot of amateur and elite athletes suffering from knee pain and most of them have the same core questions about what Read more
  • More Good News About Walking: Its Good for Lower Back Pain Too!
    Lower back pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal complaints. It’s also one of the most common reasons that people visit their doctor or chiropractor. An estimated 60-80 percent Read more
  • Summer SAD Explained
    Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) in winter is a widely-known phenomenon. There is less sunlight during winter days, which affects the serotonin (“happy” hormones) produced in response to light striking our Read more
  • A Chiropractors "Tools" - Part 1
     Most people associate chiropractors with the "cracking" sound that is made when the chiropractor performs the adjustment on the spine. While adjusting the spine is extremely important in restoring normal Read more
  • How to Treat Whiplash with Chiropractic Care
    The answer to this question is not a simple one as many people tend to associate any type of neck pain with having whiplash. The first thing is to find Read more