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How is Chiropractic Care Like Health Insurance? Just Read On…

Posted on 07-29-2013

The best treatment for illness is to give your body the tools to avoid becoming ill in the first place. Preventing a disease or condition is much easier and less costly than treating it once it has de...

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Look Who Else Uses Chiropractic Care: Professional Soccer Players

Posted on 07-23-2013

Professional soccer (or football, as it is called in parts of the world outside the U.S.) is a sport that is rough on the musculoskeletal system. It’s not uncommon to see a player suddenly drop ...

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How Chiropractic Care Has Helped Me: Introducing Allison Jones

Posted on 07-21-2013

Competitive cycling is a sport that taxes the body in a major way. Competitions often last for days, with little time in between courses to recover. Skiing is another competitive sport that requires l...

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What is “Long-Term Health Care”?

Posted on 07-17-2013

Long-term health care, most commonly referred to as long-term care (LTC) is comprised of both medical and non-medical services provided to those who are unable to take care of themselves. Although LTC...

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Why Shoulder Joints Are Especially Vulnerable and What You Can Do to Prevent Injuries

Posted on 07-15-2013

The healthy shoulder joint allows us to move our arms a full 270 degrees in range, which no other joint can do. When you consider the shoulder’s range of motion and its complexity, it&rsquo...

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