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9 Ergonomic Tips for Synchronizing Your Work Station and Office Chair

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Did you know a desk job can be hazardous to your health? Sitting too much emerged as a serious health issue in the U.S. last year. Instead of sitting all day, consider alternating standing and sitting at work. Many new adjustable desks make this easier than ever. Learn more: Good Posture Helps Reduce Back Pain […]

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You are Never Too Old for Chiropractic

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No matter how old your spine is, you can benefit from a chiropractic adjustment. Elizabeth always feels better after her adjustment and attributes Dr. Chaney’s care to her ability to stay healthy and active. Dr.Chaney has adjusted everyone from newborns to his first centenarian and all ages in between. All benefit from his gentile, safe, […]

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Fasting for three days can regenerate entire immune system

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A person’s entire immune system can be rejuvenated by fasting for as little as three days as it triggers the body to start producing new white blood cells, a study suggests Researchers say fasting “flips a regenerative switch” which prompts stem cells to create brand new white blood cells Photo: PEGAZ/Alamy   By Sarah Knapton, Science […]

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Hunching over phone puts 60lbs of pressure on the spine.

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Do you spend hours hunched over your phone, checking texts, tweets and emails? Do you also suffer from neck and back pain? If so, the two may well be related. New research has found that slumping to read a text or study a selfie can put undue pressure on the neck, leading to a sore […]

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Chiropractic – First Option for Pain Relief during Pregnancy

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A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Pediatrics found that the use of acetaminophen for pain relief during pregnancy may be associated with a higher risk for hyperkinetic disorders (HKD’s) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder-like behaviors in children. The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) points out low-risk, drug-free alternatives, […]

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Stabilizing Orthotics – Step Away from Pain

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The feet are the most abused parts of the human body. From regular activities such as walking and running to more intense actions such as dancing and playing sports, the feet consistently absorb the force generated by body weight and gravity combined. And without proper support, your feet will be overwhelmed by the constant stress. […]

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Attention Might Not Be The Only Deficit Your Child Has

Working at Awesome Elementary School, I see a lot of kids display symptoms of Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder. I’m not a doctor, though, so I can’t suggest that sort of thing to higher ups or parents. However, having raised three dudes all…

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Simple Ways to Fight Depression

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                        The long, dark days of winter, the seemingly never-ending winter, the troubling economy, income tax season, these are just a few things that could cause or contribute to depression. Depression may be described as feeling sad, blue, unhappy, miserable, or down in the […]

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Techneck Hurts your Spine

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I recently read an article about “techneck” (the repeated looking-down neck position when operating cell phones, tablets, etc.) causing wrinkles in the skin of the neck and a surge in inquiries about plastic surgery to correct the damage. Being a chiropractor, my thought, never-mind the wrinkles, what is it doing to your spine? The left […]

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Federally Mandated Coding Change Nightmare

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Just a heads-up, a forewarning, in about 6 months you may find your doctor a bit distracted, bewildered or especially irritable. Why, you may ask? The Federal Government has mandated a change in the way diagnoses are coded for insurance billing and data tracking. Under the old system (ICD-9), there are around 17,000 codes to […]

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