1. Cupping: Chiropractic Treatment

    Cupping is a type of alternative therapy that originated in China. It involves placing cups on the skin to create suction. The suction may facilitate healing with blood flow. Many Taoists believe that cupping helps balance yin and yang, or the negative and positive, within the body. Restoring balanc…Read More

  2. Massage Therapy

    Massage therapy has been around for thousands of years. Ancient cultures documented the use of massage, including Hindus, Persians, and Egyptians, who used massage to cure many different illnesses and ailments. Massage is still widely accepted as both a tool for relaxation and stress relief and also…Read More

  3. Remedies for Chronic Pain

    Pain is a natural part of life and nearly everyone has experienced pain as a result of injury or illness. However, long-term pain, known as chronic pain, is a disorder and often requires medical treatment. Various estimates of chronic pain suggest that approximately 20 to 40% of adult individuals in…Read More

  4. Chiropractic Care for Children

    The nervous system is important because it allows the brain to communicate with the rest of the body. When the spine is restricted in range of motion or not moving properly, it can interfere with this nervous system function. Getting one’s spine checked by a chiropractor and adjusted has to do wit…Read More

  5. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

    Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) includes a variety of treatment methods, such as acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion, Chinese herbal medicine, acupressure, etc. To understand why TCM is used all over the word, the key principles of TCM has to be understood. 1) The theory of Yin and Yang The concept…Read More

  6. Immunodeficiency: Compromised Immune System

    The immune system’s job is to protect us from infections by warding off harmful microbes like bacteria and viruses. It can also recognize and respond to unhealthy or abnormal cells, such as those that have been affected by infection or cancer. Immunodeficiency, the term used to describe the state …Read More

  7. Improving Your Muscular Endurance

    Muscular endurance refers to the ability of a muscle to exert force for a consistent and repeatedly for over a period of time. When most people think of muscular endurance, they think of it as stamina. The muscles have to have an advanced level of endurance to avoid injury or extreme fatigue. By doi…Read More

  8. The Best and Worst Sleeping Position for Your Spine

    If you’ve ever woken up with a tingling arm or achy neck, you’ve experienced the negative effects of sleeping in the wrong position. The key is alignment: When you sleep with your spine in a neutral position, it reduces the strain on your back and neck. It also helps to sleep on a firm surface. …Read More

  9. Why a Chiropractor is a MUST!

    Since there are many benefits of regularly attending a chiropractor’s office, this post will focus on the top 7 reasons why a chiropractor is a must in your daily lives. #1: All Natural Chiropractors spend years in schooling to be taught how to treat injuries naturally and without the addition of …Read More

  10. Water Workout for Back Pain

    Since back pain is often the result of having weak back muscles, many professionals recommend the combination of exercise and therapy in order to relieve the pain. One of the best ways to exercise without straining your joints, etc. is by doing water workouts. A water workout is a low-impact exercis…Read More