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The Science of Building and Losing Muscle

Improving strength and building muscle is a common goal for many people looking to lead healthier lives. Whether you are just starting your fitness journey or are a seasoned gym-goer, Read More

Safety Tips for Walking on Ice

How Walking Like a Penguin Can Help You If you are from the northeast, there is no doubt that at some point in your life, you’ve taken a fall on the Read More

Thankful for Health and Movement

Having the ability to be physically active on a regular basis is one of the most important ways you can maintain or improve your health. Being physically active can improve Read More

School Backpack Safety Tips

Summer has come and gone and school buses are back on the road, filled with kids and all their supplies. Loose notebooks and brown bag lunches are in the past. Read More

Seize The Day and Prep for Spring Sports

The birds are chirping again, the sun is rising a bit earlier, and the smell of spring is in the air. Winter has given way to warmer temperatures and longer Read More

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

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

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

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

Fall Back Safely This Year

Daylight Saving Time ends on November 7th and this signifies the change of our clocks, the end of warm fall sunshine, and a move toward shorter, colder days. While our bodies adjust Read More

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