Chiropractic Christmas Survival Tips to Protect Your Back

With Christmas just around the corner, it’s almost time to carry all that Christmas shopping. Not to mention the dozen other chores that the festivities bring with them. Dr. Carlson would advise you, you need to take special care of your back in all the hustle and bustle of holiday season. Today you can order […]

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5 Joint Restrictions that are Preventing Your Crossfit Greatness

Source: https://rangeofmotionblog.wordpress.com/2015/04/24/5-joint-restrictions-that-are-preventing-your-crossfit-greatness/ In exercise and sports science achieving  “triple extension” has been the goal of many common athletic movements. Triple extension is a position in which the ankle, knee, and hip are extended. In studying the dynamics of the exercises involved in Crossfit programming, it is clear that there is revolution in the way that coaches […]

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Chiropractic Adjustments for Treating Headaches

source: http://www.tollgatechiropractic.com/conditions/headaches.html Chiropractic for Treating Headaches Most people describe a tension headache as a feeling of a tight band or dull ache around the head or behind the eyes. A common cause of tension headaches is subluxations in the upper back and neck which is effectively treated with chiropractic adjustments. Headaches affect just about everyone at […]

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10 Signs Your Body Needs Water

10 Warning Signs that Your Body is Lacking Water Source: http://www.healthmagazine365.stfi.re/10-warning-signs-that-your-body-is-lacking-water/?sf=kzodepa#aa The human body is made of 2/3 of water, so it cannot survive more than 72 hours without this amazing liquid.  Namely, every single part of our body, every tissue, cell, and body organ significantly depends on water. These are the benefits of drinking water: It […]

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Top 10 Most Common Sports Injuries

Top 10 Most Common Sports Injuries SOURCE: https://www.unitypoint.org/livewell/article.aspx?id=591d8cf1-1ee5-4cb3-b662-a5f21f6f13bc 10. Hip Flexor Strain The hip flexor is a group of muscles that assist with the upward movement of your leg or knee. An injury occurs when these muscles are torn or stretched too far. This can occur from having weak muscles, forgetting to warm up, having stiff […]

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Totally Manageable Fitness Resolutions

9 Totally Manageable Fitness Resolutions From The Pros SOURCE: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12/31/fitness-experts-new-years_n_6304258.html Sarah Klein – Senior Editor, Health & Fitness; Certified Personal Trainer-  In theory, a New Year’s resolution is a great idea. January is as good a time as any to reevaluate and prioritize and make changes. In practice, many ambitious fitness goals made on Jan 1. dissolve into […]

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‘Twas the Night Before Christmas…

TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS… Chiropractic Style… ‘Twas the day before Christmas, but there was no cheer. No jingle bells jingled, no sound of reindeer. The word had gone out that Santa was sick. There would be no visit from jolly St. Nick. The people were sad; no gaiety sounded. For Christmas had come, but Santa […]

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Practical Nutrition: Know the difference between sweeteners

Practical Nutrition: Know the difference between sweeteners Source: http://www.richmond.com/food-drink/mary-jo-sawyer/article_4985a014-dd16-5968-a10b-39ec0596bd19.html  BY MARY-JO SAWYER Special correspondent Sugar substitutes can reduce overall calorie intake and may help you lose weight. However, cutting back on sugar in one area, like drinking diet sodas, only to splurge on dessert or large portions of healthful foods can cause weight gain. When […]

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