Doctor’s Orders: Chiropractic Tips for Full-Body Wellness

2018-01-25T11:27:53+00:00 July 9th, 2015|Health & Wellness|

Wellness definition Chiropractic Tips for Full-Body WellnessWellness, as a concept that’s linked closely to the notion of health, is being used frequently in the media, as well as by doctors and patients. However, many people don’t know exactly what wellness is. The official definition from the American Chiropractic Association states that it’s a process directed at improving both health and quality of life. Essentially, wellness refers to life-enhancing tactics such as diet, exercise, and preventative care.

Simple Solutions for Achy, Sore Muscles

2018-01-23T12:15:31+00:00 June 29th, 2015|Arms and Legs, Back Pain, Pain Management|

Are you suffering from muscle pain? These five simple tactics could help soothe sore muscles. Fish Oil: In recent research from Indiana University, participants who regularly took fish oil pills were found to have a lower likelihood of pain and sensitivity after completing strenuous workouts. The study lasted 30 days. The researchers divided the participants into two groups of 16 people and had each group take pills daily throughout the study period, with one group taking fish oil and the other taking a placebo.

Traveling Tips For Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Illnesses

2018-01-23T11:52:55+00:00 June 10th, 2015|Health & Wellness, Pain Management|

Are you planning a trip? Here is advice on how to prepare and conduct travel so that you can limit neck and back pain on your journey. · Preparing for travel with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome · While on your trip · Living pain-free Traveling can be stressful and physically taxing for anyone, but that’s especially the case for those suffering with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. You will probably have to stand in line at various points. Whether you drive or fly, sitting for an extended period intensifies the pressure on your lumbar spine. You aren’t able to control your environment, without access to assistive devices and medical appointments.

5 Ways to Get More Exercise at Your Office

2018-01-23T11:52:55+00:00 May 25th, 2015|Health & Wellness|

Healthy living starts with standing up. You certainly wouldn’t know that from the way Americans operate. We sit on our commutes. We sit at our jobs. We sit in front of our home entertainment systems. These behaviors must change, though, if we want to lead heart-healthy lives. Earlier this year, researchers published a report in the Annals of Internal Medicine demonstrating that sitting extensively increases the likelihood of life-threatening illnesses – even for those who work out regularly.

Ask the Right Questions to Get the Most out of Your Doctor’s Visit

2018-01-23T11:52:55+00:00 May 20th, 2015|Health & Wellness|

We all want to be able to go to a medical clinic and immediately know how our health issues can be confronted. However, there is a reason why there is so much schooling to get a medical degree: assessing symptoms and diagnosing health conditions is complex. Doctors determine symptoms in a number of different ways: two of the most important ones are observation (such as looking at your skin or in your ears) and tests (such as blood samples, imaging, etc.). However, there is a third critical way that physicians assess our health that is often overlooked by the patient: communication.

How Irregular Sleep May Be Affecting Your Bad Back

2018-01-23T15:08:52+00:00 March 19th, 2015|Back Pain, Health & Wellness, Pain Management|

sciaticaMillions of men and women worldwide are stricken with sleep disturbances and back pain. Since both of these problems are so incredibly common, Israeli researchers from the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center and University of Haifa sought to expand our understanding of the connection between the two disorders.

Is your sciatica keeping you up at night?

According to the Virginia-based National Sleep Foundation http://sleepfoundation.org/sleep-disorders-problems/pain-and-sleep, 15% of American adults say that they are suffering from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. The number is significantly higher among senior citizens, with one in two stating that they experience regular discomfort.