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HEALTH BLOG

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Concussion Recovery: The Role of Chiropractic Care

A concussion, as defined by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is a “traumatic brain injury (TBI) caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or by a Read More

Ready, Set, Stride: Prevent Running Injuries

Spring is in the air and the snow is melting away. As we prepare to flip the calendar from March to April, it’s the perfect time to commit to getting Read More

Don't Ignore Neck Pain - Choose Chiropractic Care!

Did you know that up to 70% of people will experience neck pain, at some point during their lives, that is severe enough to interfere with their daily activities? In Read More

Sports Injury FAQs

With warmer weather around the corner, we are all anxious to get back outside and enjoy our favorite sports and activities. Sports are a great way to stay healthy and Read More

Skipping Flexibility Training? Think Again!

When you think of a well-rounded workout routine, what comes to mind? Lifting weights? Running on a treadmill? You may solely think of muscle-building or heart-pumping exercises as the focus Read More

Break Your Cycle of Chronic Pain

It is estimated that around 116 million Americans experience chronic pain each year. The National Spine & Pain Center describes chronic pain as “pain that outlasts what is considered a normal Read More

Auto Accident FAQs

Auto accidents are a fact of life in Massachusetts, especially during the winter months. Most auto accident injury victims will want to treat conservatively, and that's how we approach auto Read More

Mix Up Your Fitness Routine with Circuit Training

During these cold winter months, we sometimes need to get creative to keep our bodies fit. Circuit exercises involve completing a few different movements in sets with short periods of Read More

Prehab Before You Rehab

The unique circumstances of the past two years have forced many people to delay routine healthcare and surgeries. For many, these surgeries were pushed to spring. Now, in the midst Read More

Stay Strong to Shovel with Ease

Winter in New England usually means shovels are getting lots of use. Shoveling snow is a workout and preparing our bodies for this form of exercise is essential. Here are Read More

New Year, New View on Chiropractic

Chiropractic care is often perceived as medical care that is received after an accident, injury, or surgery. You get hurt, you receive chiropractic care, you heal, and you get on Read More

Back Pain FAQs

Back pain can be extremely debilitating, and it is estimated that over 8 out of 10 people will suffer from the condition at some point in their lives. Back pain Read More

Your Partner for the Year Ahead

A new year is nearly upon us! As we close out this one, we also anxiously await what the next year will bring. Whatever 2022 have in store, being at Read More

Get More Active During Your Workday

It’s a fact! Most Americans spend sit too much, lending to very sedentary lifestyles. Think you can make up for it on the weekends? Not so fast! Some research suggests Read More

Restore Peace and Movement with Yoga

No matter how dynamic our lives seem to be, some things remain constant—such as our tendency to sit too much. Whether we’re sitting in cars for family road trips, planted Read More

Who Takes Care of You?

December is officially here and the countdown to the end of the year is underway - 2022 is clearly within our sight! Before the year closes, there is still time Read More

Tips to Keep Moving this Winter

The cold New England air has officially set in! With plummeting wind chills and storm advisories just around the corner, outdoor exercise can quickly become a challenge. To help you Read More

Chronic Pain? Why Movement Matters

The National Spine & Pain Center describes chronic pain as “pain that outlasts what is considered a normal time course for healing.” Generally, chronic pain is classified when pain symptoms Read More

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