Chiropractic, Omega-3, & Vitamin D3

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Breathe. It’s Important.

Breathing is one of the most fundamental decisions we make in our lives; well, in order to live and make other decisions. You wouldn’t think that it would be a hard thing to learn, or maintain. So why are many of us doing it wrong? Have you ever noticed the difference between how a baby … Continue reading Breathe. It’s Important.

Kinesio-Taping

A new approach to athletic taping and pain relief! Kinesio-Taping or Fascial Movement Taping is a rehabilitative taping technique that is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process. Unlike conventional athletic tape, it provides support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion. Kinesio-Taping is supported by research to … Continue reading Kinesio-Taping

Ear Aches

There's an adjustment for that! "Ear problems can be excruciatingly painful, especially in children. With 10 million new cases every year, ear infections (otitis media) are the most common illness affecting babies and young children and the number one reason for visits to the pediatrician—accounting for more than 35 percent of all pediatric visits. Almost … Continue reading Ear Aches

Chiropractic Can Reduce Your Risk of Having a Cesarean

This month is Cesarean awareness month. The rate of C-sections in the US is now 1 in 3 pregnancies. It's important to know the risks of having a C-section, and how Webster Technique can be a solution to all those breech babies out there! A few FACTS about cesarean rates in the US: A cesarean … Continue reading Chiropractic Can Reduce Your Risk of Having a Cesarean