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Spinal Health at the Gym—Form Matters!

Posted on 03-31-2016

Whether you are an athlete training for competition or someone who visits the gym regularly just to keep fit, protecting your back and spine from injuries during workouts is important. A large...

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Benefits of Onsite Chiropractic Care

Posted on 03-23-2016

Chiropractic care provides a number of benefits for the people who choose to take advantage of it. Recent studies show that chiropractic care is more effective than medicine in relieving neck ...

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Top 10 Stretches for All-Around Flexibility

Posted on 03-16-2016

Stretching is important to maintaining flexibility. If you study animals such as cats and dogs, you will notice that they stretch on a frequent basis to keep their muscles supple and limber. S...

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What Can I Do to Make My Chiropractic Treatments Even More Effective?

Posted on 03-09-2016

A regular visit to your chiropractor is one of the best things you can do to eliminate chronic back and neck pain and to maintain flexibility and range of motion. Your chiropractor will design...

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What Are “Slow Twitch” and “Fast Twitch” Muscle Fibers?

Posted on 03-02-2016

Most of us probably don’t think very much about our muscles from day to day unless we’re either training or injured. However, serious athletes—particularly body builders and ...

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