When spring arrives, it’s natural to want to spend more time outdoors. The warm temperatures and longer days are a welcome change for everyone, including children. Most kids enjoy the abundance of outdoor activities that come with the warming season. But with the outside play, there is a risk of injury.
If you feeling a little extra skip in your step, you're not alone. Now that spring is here, the days are longer and the warm sunny days are giving people reason to smile while they shed their bulky winter wear.
This is a magical time of year when the snow melts, everything starts to grow again, and feelings of love are all around us. There are many benefits to the spring season.
Let’s face it, we live in a very stressful time. Our lives are busy and there never seems to be enough time in the day to fit everything in that needs to be done. Our hectic schedules often increase our stress levels. While some stress is good for you, too much stress can lead to serious and life threatening medical conditions.
Chronic back pain affects thousands of Americans everyday. Ongoing suffering can be very debilitating both physically and mentally. The ongoing unpleasant sensation affects the way we move, breathe, go about our day-to-day activities and feel about ourselves.
While it might be the beginning of March, we’re not out of the woods yet with flu and cold season. As the weather continues to fluctuate, the risk of getting sick is still very high. Work, schools, home and other settings where people meet continue to increase our risk of exposure to nasty,contagious bugs.
With Valentine's Day only a week away, many people are busy making restaurant reservations, buying chocolates, and ordering flowers. These traditional celebrations are classic favorites, but if you want to do something more extraordinary, here are seven ideas that are not only fun but healthy too.
Chiropractic medicine is one of the best and most sought after holistic medicines. Millions of people visit chiropractors every year for new injuries or as part of their regular health regiment. One of the reasons why this natural practice is so popular with people from all walks of life because it does not use medications or painful procedures to treat conditions.
A new year means new beginnings. For many, those new beginnings come in the form of New Year's resolutions, or promises to ourselves to change bad or unhealthy habits. Sadly, most people don’t keep their resolutions and within weeks are back to their old patterns. Whether your goal is to lose weight, get in shape or quit smoking, there are things that you can do to help stay on track with your plans.
Christmas is only a few days away. While many are preparing to celebrate the holiday with their loved ones, the extra tasks that come with this time of year can add a lot of strain and pain to the back, neck, and shoulders. It’s important during this busy time to stay on top of your spinal health by visiting your chiropractor during the holidays.
With Thanksgiving only a few days away, many people are preparing for their big gatherings with loved ones. People all over the country will be traveling, visiting friends and family and celebrating the holidays with big feasts, drinks and late nights. It's a time when our daily schedules are thrown to the wind. But while you're enjoying the holidays, it's also important to incorporate healthy habits into your festivities. Here are just a few things you can do to have a happy and healthy Thanksgiving.