Wellness

Why Hydration is Crucial to Spinal Health & Wellness

You have heard plenty about how you should drink more water for your health. But were you aware that water plays a big role in the health of your spine? You definitely need water for the proper functioning of your bodily systems and that includes

How to Overcome Achilles Tendonitis Using Chiropractic

If you are suffering from Achilles tendonitis, you are definitely not alone. Plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis are the two most common causes of pain in the heel. Athletes and active individuals, in particular, find themselves developing pain in the heel from Achilles tendonitis, but

How to Overcome Hip Pain Using Chiropractic

Although hip pain is most often associated with older individuals, it reality it can affect people from all age groups. The hips are complex joints, which means there are many things that can go wrong in the hips—complications that can lead to pain and discomfort

Three Tips to Living a More Healthy Life

Your health is easily one of the most important things in your life. When your health is good, you feel better, are more productive and generally happier. When your health is not good, it becomes difficult to accomplish even the smallest tasks—and your mood and

How Chiropractic Helps Those That Suffer From Anxiety

When you struggle with anxiety, it can make living your day-to-day life more difficult. Anxiety comes in a variety of forms and varies by individual. The treatments that are most effective for one person may not be as effective for another, but there is some

Six Spinal Disorders That Respond Well to Chiropractic

Chiropractic can help with a wide variety of health conditions, particularly those involving the spine. Your chiropractor’s ability to adjust your spine makes it possible to correct many issues with the back and neck. Chiropractic also offers the advantage of being drug-free and non-invasive, so

How Chiropractic Helps Patients Who Suffer From Kyphosis

Kyphosis is a condition that is most typically identified by a humped mid to upper back. It can be frustrating to find yourself diagnosed with kyphosis, both due to the unusual appearance it causes and the physical discomfort that can come with the condition. Fortunately,