Sitting is the new smoking, and here’s another reason why: a new study shows that every hour you spend sitting during the day increases your likelihood of suffering from a disability.
Researchers publishing in the Journal of Physical Activity and Health analyzed the health records of 2,285 adults over the age of 60 who wore accelerometers to track their daily physical activity levels. Their disability levels were calculated ... Continue Reading →
A recent study shows that not only are neck adjustments safe for the elderly, they’re extremely effective for neck pain when combined with exercise. Although earlier studies have shown the benefits of chiropractic for neck pain, there have been no randomized clinical trials on the treatment specifically for the elderly.
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Oh, my aching……
Many of us know a relative or a friend that complains of body aches coinciding with weather changes. It’s maybe Grandma and her knee pain or Uncle George that can predict the weather when his arthritis acts up.
Leading theories suggests that falling barometric pressure frequently precedes a storm and that alters the pressure inside joints. As the outside pressure drops, the fluid and gases in our joints ... Continue Reading →
Time for a new beginning! Psychologically I find it interesting that we reflect about the prior year and try to improve in the new year. I guess that’s a good thing as we know where we have not met expectations and strive to do better. Continue Reading →
Personally, I have not done a good job of explaining and educating about my healing profession to others. Realizing that “social media” is here to stay, it only occurred to me in 2012 that I ...
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