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Choosing the Chiropractor Who’s Right for You

Posted on 03-25-2013

Chiropractic care is very well-established in the United States these days, with excellent chiropractic offices in all major cities and an estimated 10%-12% of the American population taking advantage...

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How Are Bones Made and How Do They Grow?

Posted on 03-21-2013

Each of the 206 bones in your body is constantly undergoing a process of breakdown and renewal, even if you have never suffered a broken bone in your life. Your entire skeleton is completely replaced ...

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What Is Myofascial Tissue?

Posted on 03-19-2013

Myofascial tissue is a type of thin, strong, fibrous connective tissue that extends throughout your body to provide support and protection to your muscles and bones. Myofascial tissue fibers are made ...

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Health Risks for Frequent Flyers

Posted on 03-14-2013

Back in the early days of commercial flight, flying was a costly, exclusive and elegant form of travel. People would dress in their best clothes and be treated like celebrities by flight attendants. M...

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What are “Flat Feet”?

Posted on 03-12-2013

Flat feet (sometimes referred to as “fallen arches”) are not difficult to spot. It is a condition where there is either no arch or a very low arch to one or both feet. Whereas the inside o...

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