Demystifying Movement

April 16th, 2021

Read ahead to learn more about demystifying movement so you can get the most out of it! If you've ever been turned off by exercise because it seemed too complex or intimidating, or gotten bored with a routine, looking at movement a little differently may help. We have probably all come across a workout video,...

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Getting More Daily Movement

September 17th, 2020

Read ahead to find out how to get more daily movement! By now it is getting hard to deny the health benefits of getting more movement in our daily lives. Multiple studies from around the world have demonstrated that those who move more often suffer less incidence of diseases like high blood pressure, and diabetes....

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Building Resilience

July 16th, 2020

Today we are going to dive into how to build resilience and how it can improve your overall health. The human organism is an adaptive entity. We owe our success as a species on this planet to this quality. Though, as much as our adaptability is a part of our being, it requires something to...

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My Health Journey

February 5th, 2015

Last fall I found myself struggling to stay awake throughout the day. I was sluggish, foggy, disoriented, and was finding it difficult to get through busier days at the clinic and my workouts. In early November, I found myself relaying my symptoms to my doctor. She seemed concerned after I told her that the first...

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Dr. Steve’s Healthy Lifestyle Gift Guide

December 29th, 2014

I had a lot of fun making some gift recommendations for you last year, so I'm gonna do it again! Let's get started - Yoga Tune Up Ball - A slightly softer and larger alternative to the lacrosse ball. These tools are great for working on tired, achy, sore and knotted muscles. There are also...

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Choosing the Right Athletic Shoes

August 29th, 2014

When it comes to running, walking, jumping and the like, it is important to choose proper footwear. If you have been to a shoe store recently, I am sure you are aware that there is no shortage of options out there. Picking the right shoe can be a bit overwhelming for some, and at the...

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A Case For Wellness Adjustments

August 30th, 2012

One of the biggest differences between chiropractic care and western medicine is that we tend to see out patients more frequently even when they are feeling well. In this blog, I will try to explain why that is and how you can benefit from occasional wellness/maintenance adjustments. Spinal stiffness can manifest as result of the...

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A Four Step Approach to Health

July 25th, 2012

Contrary to western ideas about what health is I assure you that it is not simply a lack of disease and that people who are not sick are not necessarily healthy. Pills, surgeries and a whole host of anti-type interventions have become the frontline of health care in our nation, when really what we are...

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A Note On Hypertension

May 6th, 2011

With February in full swing, I think it's only appropriate to talk about matters of the heart.  Hypertension to be more specific.  Also known as high blood pressure, this condition currently affects as many as 1 in 3 adult Americans.  In this article I will outline some natural approaches that you can take to decrease...

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