Recent research published in the Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research showed that every patient in a clinical study showed improvement in their posture after just one chiropractic adjustment to correct misalignments.Read More
We recently sat down with the hosts of a new podcast, “It’s a Brain Changer!”, to see what happens when you pair a life, health and happiness coach with a mental health counselor and adjunct psychology professor. Read on to see what drives them to motivate their listeners about health, happiness, weight loss and more.Read More
We’ve found a delicious breakfast casserole recipe that’s great for brunch or making ahead of a busy week. It’s a savory dish loaded with eggs, sweet potatoes, caramelized onions and roasted brussels sprouts, then topped with crispy bacon.
Not only is it a delicious option for busy families, but it’s Paleo and Whole30 friendly!Read More
In a recent article, Cole Bradburn, D.O., suggested that trauma from the birth process can impact a baby’s spinal growth and development, causing many preventable health challenges. In the article, he explains many of the reasons why infants need chiropractic care, like allowing a baby to “grow, develop, and function at its highest potential.”Read More
Few conditions in children cause as much stress and worry for parents as ADHD, and few conditions have as many long-term ramifications that affect all aspects of the child’s life. How parents decide to address ADHD in their child can dramatically affect her future on many levels.Read More
We are watching epidemics of chronic disease unfold all around us, and we know that these problems are environmentally driven. Some of us are certainly more sensitive than others, but our growing babes deserve some thoughtful consideration and conscious consumerism. I tell my friends and patients that it is like stepping outside into a freezing blizzard: Even if you only put on a couple layers of clothes, it’s still a whole lot better than being naked. Here are some proverbial layers to put on.Read More
Especially during the holidays, trying to eat well can leave you feeling deprived of the foods you love. But there are plenty of healthy versions of the meals and treats you enjoy, like this recipe for Homemade Ferrero Rocher, from Living Healthy with Chocolate. It’s paleo, grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, and delicious!Read More
As the weather turns colder, we hunger for comfort food. Too often, though, those foods aren’t too good for us! This month, we’re sharing a recipe that’s a nice addition to fall and winter meals, and it’s a perfect dish for Thanksgiving. The best part is that it’s a light and healthy twist on a traditional favorite.Read More
The vagus nerve is the tenth cranial nerve, and has the most extensive distribution out of all of the cranial nerves. Named for its tendency to wander, the vagus nerve acts like a central switchboard, sending out nerve impulses to and from the brain and most of the organs in our body. Its main role is to calm us down by activating the parasympathetic nervous system.Read More
If you’re like most Americans, health is the most important aspect of your life that needs improving. With these 10 steps, you can regain your health. The more of these simple practices you do, the better and more in charge of your life you’ll feel.Read More
The Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health - Chiropractic recently shared research showing that chiropractic care may play an important role in positive health outcomes for families.Read More
If cooler weather has you in the mood for a big pot of hearty soup, you’re in luck! This paleo version of traditional minestrone soup is full of flavor, and because you can make it in a slow cooker or instant pot, it’s a great choice for busy families.Read More
Intentional breathing can benefit your social interactions. Here’s how…
Did you know that chronic stress can harm your relationships? It’s true. Studies have shown that when stressed, you are more likely to be anxious, depressed, irritable, stubborn, pessimistic, and have a hard time communicating effectively. But there is hope. Changing how you breathe can reduce the negative impact of stress, and help you interact with others with ease. Here’s what you need to know.Read More
“While we can’t fully control what happens in our births, and of course, sometimes interventions are necessary (though often they aren’t!), you can embrace core beliefs that will increase your chances of having the birth experience that is healthiest for you and baby.
Here are the 10 most important philosophies that helped me have my babies naturally, which I’ve used to support thousands of women in their birthing experiences.”Read More
Athletes have been benefiting from Chiropractic care for many years; however, it has only recently been receiving attention from the media. Athletes of all types, from the weekend warrior to the world-class athlete, utilize Chiropractic because it is a drug-free way to better health and performance.
Chiropractic adjustments help ensure that the body functions as efficiently as possible, which can maximize healing and recovery from all types of injuries.Read More
While chiropractors can’t turn breech babies, what they can do is gently and specifically adjust a mother’s spine and pelvis back into a proper balanced state, reestablishing normal physiological function. In this balanced state, the baby can do what it’s designed to do, find the best possible position for itself for birth.Read More
When the body has accumulated stress and the nervous system learns a pattern of prolonged stress responses, the only outcome can and will be a state of imbalance and eventual disease. Most of the diseases that affect people are caused by the stress response, not a lack of medicine or pills.Read More
“Chiropractic care varies from practice to practice, meaning that families may have very different experiences related to the practice environments and clinical care provided by the practitioner. Knowledge of the research, clinical expertise, and patient preferences are three major elements to take into account for evidence-informed decision making to occur in a clinical practice."Read More
The woman reported on in the study presented for chiropractic care in the second trimester of her second pregnancy with complaints of urinary incontinence, low back pain, and generalized diffuse body pain. She would frequently urinate on herself when sneezing or coughing even shortly after voiding the bladder.Read More