Top Health Goals for 2020–Did Yours Make the List?

It’s January 2020! What New Year’s resolutions have you made? Studies show that most people make some sort of resolution for the new year. However, not many people actually achieve their goals throughout the year. In fact, about 80% of people quit their New Year’s goals before February is even over–just 6 weeks into the […]

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What Can a Regenerative Medicine Joint Injection Do for You?

Start the new year with a new you! Kick chronic pain to the curb with the power of regenerative medicine. Regenerative Medicine utilizing stem cell therapy provides a promising alternative to surgery by promoting safe and natural healing. We offer a low-invasive regenerative cellular therapy utilizing an amniotic allograft tissue matrix at our office. Here […]

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Resolution for Better Back Health in the New Year

  Resolve to take steps for better back health in the New Year. Your back houses your spinal column–your body’s internal communication system. When it isn’t healthy, it affects your whole body. Your back is tasked with safeguarding your spinal cord, maintaining your posture and structural support and allowing for flexible motion. If you are […]

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Simple Changes You Can Make in 2020 to Have Good Health

Having good health starts with making small changes and letting them become part of your daily life. No change is too small or too insignificant. When it comes to nutrition, learn small changes in meals that will decrease consumption of added sugars, saturated fat, and sodium in alignment with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Making […]

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Can You Benefit from Chiropractic or Rehabilitative Therapy?

  Many of us go day-to-day with some physical challenge that just won’t go away. But, have you thought about turning to chiropractic or rehabilitative therapy? Most haven’t gone this route yet, and because of it, they just don’t know what they’re missing. Read on to consider all the ways you could find long-lasting relief […]

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Do the Holidays Pain-Free with Non-Narcotic Pain Management

When it comes to gifts this year, gift yourself relief from your chronic pain with non-narcotic pain management. You are not alone in your pain; millions of Americans suffer from some kind of pain each day. Chronic headaches, or back pain, surgery pain, sports injuries or accidents are just a few of the common categories. […]

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Protect Yourself from Chronic Disease: Know Your Family Health History

This Thanksgiving, you might be focused on turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie, but don’t let food be the only topic of conversation. Since Thanksgiving is also National Family Health History Day, this is the perfect time to discuss any serious diseases that run in the family. Staying informed could help you make wise health […]

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Decrease Arthritis Pain with an Anti-Inflammatory Thanksgiving

Arthritis is an inflammatory condition that is easily aggravated by the fat, sugar, refined white flour, dairy, gluten, and sodium found in a traditional Thanksgiving Day feast. Rather than sit it out, make some wise menu modifications to help you enjoy the holiday and decrease arthritis pain.   What Is Arthritis? Arthritis is a chronic […]

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Therapies That Can Help You Heal from Sports Injuries

Almost one-third of all injuries acquired in childhood are sports injuries, according to Stanford Children’s Health. Out of the 30 million U.S. children and teens that are involved in organized sports, there are 3.5 million injuries each year–and we are just talking about the young adult population. If you are a loved one is suffering from […]

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How Diabetes Can Cause Joint Pain

November is Diabetes Awareness Month (https://beyondtype1.org/diabetes-awareness-month/), a time to educate, advocate, and learn better management strategies. If you or a loved one lives with diabetes, learn why a condition characterized by blood sugar problems can affect your joints.   Diabetes: Causes, Types and Effects Diabetes is the 7th most common cause of death in the […]

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