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The Link Between Good Health and Happiness

International Day of Happiness is celebrated every year on March 20th, and this year it’s time to recognize the strong correlation between exercise and happiness. Movement has numerous benefits for Read More

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

Dry Needling FAQs

Have you ever had muscle pain that was just too deep for ice or massage to help? Maybe you’ve been feeling that single point of pain in your neck or Read More

Benefits of Exercise for Your Heart Health and Much More!

Exercise is essential to a healthy lifestyle, but it's easy to get caught up in the daily hustle and forget to make time for physical activity. Have you been feeling tired and Read More

Chiropractic For Your Chronic Headaches & Migraines

Chronic headaches and migraines can be debilitating and frustrating conditions that can significantly impact a person's quality of life. While over the counter or prescription medications can provide temporary relief, Read More

Realign Your Focus on Health and Wellness

Whether at the turn of the new year, your birthday, or any other day on the calendar, now is always the right time to pause to focus on your health. 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

Suffering From Back Pain? Relief is Here

MCR Chiropractic is the leader of chiropractic services in MA. We understand that knowing where to start when dealing with your back pain may not be easy. That is why Read More

Don’t Let Back Pain Get in the Way This Winter

The frigid winter months are approaching quickly, bringing exciting things such as holidays, winter sports season, and an escape from the heat and humidity of summer. However, the chilly weather Read More

Chiropractic Care and Youth Sports

For young athletes to be at the peak of their performance, they must be healthy and feel their best. This is where we come in! MCR Chiropractic can help young Read More

Break Through Barriers with Chiropractic Care

October is National Chiropractic Health Month! This month we work to raise awareness of the various ways that chiropractic care benefits health. It’s time to celebrate how chiropractic care can 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

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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