Chiropractic News

Don’t Believe the Fitness Myths

Don’t Believe the Fitness Myths

by Brent Hearn • For most (read: pretty much all) of our posts, we like to delve into a topic that we find relevant to your health, citing a variable number of sources along the way. In this post, however, we’re going to veer into new territory and...

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Eat Your Way to Healthier Joints

Eat Your Way to Healthier Joints

by Brent Hearn • Maybe it comes on without warning. You’re in the middle of a routine workout—and not a particularly strenuous one—when you feel a twinge in your elbow that proceeds to nag at you for weeks.  Or you’re climbing the stairs at your...

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Tips for Healthy Vision

Tips for Healthy Vision

by Brent Hearn • Benjamin Franklin once noted that nothing is certain except death and taxes. You could make a pretty good argument for adding “an eventual need for corrective lenses” to that list. Maybe it was just too many words; Ben probably...

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Leg Length Discrepancy

Leg Length Discrepancy

by Brent Hearn • Perhaps you’ve suspected—or been told—at some point by someone (a physician, chiropractor, coach, for instance) that you or your child have “one leg shorter than the other.” Or maybe you’ve noticed a limp or “hitch” in your or your...

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Tips for Trips- Prepping for Your Flight

Tips for Trips- Prepping for Your Flight

by Brent Hearn • For many, air travel is cause for excitement. It can mean a much-anticipated vacation or a long-overdue trip to see loved ones for the holidays. Even traveling for business can be something to look forward to; a work conference in a...

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Chiropractic Considerations for Arthritis

Chiropractic Considerations for Arthritis

by Brent Hearn • According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 53.2 million people have arthritis. That’s 21.2% of all adults. One in five—slightly more than one in five—deal with some form of the disease.  Those numbers are...

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Puzzles, Games, and the Aging Brain

Puzzles, Games, and the Aging Brain

by Brent Hearn • Can puzzles and games improve cognitive abilities in aging brains? It depends. If you find that rather tepid answer discouraging, it’s completely understandable. After all, we’d all like to think we can beat the odds when it comes to...

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Posture Check!

Posture Check!

by Brent Hearn • Okay, class…quiz time! Yes, you can use your notes. No, this won’t count toward your daily average. Yes, Timmy, you can go to the restroom. Right after you take this quiz. Don’t sweat it; this one is pretty easy. Just answer the...

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Your Chronotype and You

Your Chronotype and You

by Brent Hearn • When your circadian rhythm is chronically “out of whack,” it can lead to a number of serious health problems that can negatively impact your quality of life. We can practically hear our dear readers’ eyes rolling. (Some of them. Not...

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The Skinny on Sciatica

The Skinny on Sciatica

by Brent Hearn • If you’ve ever suffered from sciatica, you know the pain, discomfort, and frustration it can cause. Sciatica can affect people in a variety of ways, but no matter how the pain presents, it can really cramp your style. What is sciatica?...

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Get Ready to BE Ready

Get Ready to BE Ready

by Brent Hearn • If you stay ready / You ain't got to get ready- From “If U Stay Ready” by Suga Free Assuming you’ve seen the title of today’s article, you may be asking yourself, “What in the world does a 1997 rap lyric have to do with emergency...

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Falling for Safety

Falling for Safety

by Brent Hearn • There’s a decent chance you’ve read an article or two about how to avoid falling. Heck, we’ve mentioned it ourselves. (Read Don’t Slip Up: Keep Your Footing in Winter Weather here.) But if you’ve ever been unfortunate enough to suffer...

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