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Look Who Else Uses Chiropractic: Professional Basketball

Posted on 02-28-2013

Did you know that most of the teams in the National Basketball Association (NBA) now have a team chiropractor? This is because they understand the advantage that chiropractic care gives to their playe...

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Is There Such a Thing as a “Negative Calorie Food”?

Posted on 02-25-2013

One of the most widespread diet gimmicks circulating around the Internet is the practice of eating “negative calorie food.” What is meant by this term is the idea that certain low-calorie ...

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Auto Accident Folklore—Being Thrown Clear and Bracing for Impact

Posted on 02-21-2013

You have no doubt overheard someone at work or at a party telling his friends that he never wears a seat belt—and that he has some really good reasons.  The story usually goes something lik...

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How Do Chiropractors Know If Your Spine is Out of Alignment?

Posted on 02-21-2013

Having a misaligned spine (also called a spinal subluxation) can negatively affect your daily life in a number of ways.  It can not only cause pain in the back and neck, but can also cause pain i...

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Hyperlordosis Causes and Treatment Options

Posted on 02-18-2013

Our spine is normally curved, in order to reduce shock and distribute weight evenly along the length of the back. However, in hyperlordosis (sometimes simply called lordosis and commonly known as &ldq...

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