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HEALTH BLOG

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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

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

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

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

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

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

We've Got Your Back: 5 Ways Chiropractic Care Can Help Back Pain

Back pain can be excruciating, debilitating, and unrelenting. It can hinder your ability to move freely, prevent participation in activities you love, or even negatively affect your work life. Low-back Read More

Fall Yard Clean-up Tips to Keep You Safe

The hot days of summer are behind us, and crisp autumn air is here. Leaf peeping season is nearly at its climax, and before you know it those beautiful colors Read More

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