Tips to Achieve Chiropractic Wellness in the New Year!

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Staying healthy is not something to take for granted. Daily actions have a great impact on your overall health. Thus, make a resolution to achieve chiropractic wellness in the New Year! This means you can achieve: Continue reading…

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6 Ways to Improve Your Mood Naturally

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Improve Mood

Wondering what can improve your mood? Give chiropractic care a try.

Ever feel like you’ve woken up on the wrong side of the bed, angry or displeased without much reason? You’re not alone. But instead of reaching for stimulants like coffee and tea or continuing the day in a bad mood, consider what you can do to change how you feel, naturally. Continue reading…

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Manual Workers Find Pain Relief with Chiropractic Care

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Chiropractic care offers a treatment option for many conditions that may be caused or exacerbated by manual labor or work injuries. Musculoskeletal pain is one example of work-related pain that may be treated with chiropractic care in Lawrenceburg or Versailles. A recent study evaluated the effectiveness of chiropractic treatments for musculoskeletal pain in manual labor workers. Continue reading…

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8 Health Benefits From Regularly Seeing A Chiropractor

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Benefits From Regularly Seeing A Chiropractor

When you visit a chiropractor because you are having a specific problem or you just want to improve your overall health and well-being, you are already taking a more positive approach to your health than a majority of Americans. But most people are unaware of all of the benefits of keeping your spine and nervous system healthy, the regular chiropractic care. Continue reading…

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Stay in Shape This Fall!

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Stay in Shape This Fall

Don’t let the cooler air and the thought of being bundled up all winter get you off track with your fitness goals this fall and winter! A better way to think about it? Get your fitness plan going this season to ensure that you are in routine and already feeling your best once spring reaches us again! Here are some simple tips to staying in shape this season. Continue reading…

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Body Hurting After Working In The Yard?

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Body Hurting After Working In The Yard

This is the time of year where we get the most calls of people having back pain from yard work. If you have been having a very relaxed summer, going on vacation, hanging out around the pool and then got outside this weekend and dig a bunch of holes, cut the grass, planted a bunch of flowers, tilled the garden and raked leaves, it is probably pretty obvious why your back hurts. Allowing yourself to become deconditioned and then doing repetitive activities you haven’t done for months hurts.

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Gluten Allergy: Is it Really Bad, Or Just a Fad?

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Gluten Allergy Is it Really Bad, Or Just a Fad?

What is gluten? It is a protein found in wheat and grains. It starts as two protein strands, glutenin and gliadin that, when mixed with water, link together like glue to form strands. It’s found in the seeds of wheat, and, because of its sticky quality, it’s used in foods to hold ingredients together, mostly in things like bread, pasta, crackers, cereal, salad dressings and lunch meats. Continue reading…

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Diabetes Facts You Can Use

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Diabetes Facts You Can Use

Whether or not you have Diabetes yourself, you likely know someone that has it. To help give insight into this condition, we’ve compiled some information about it, what causes it, tips on recognizing it, and actions to take if you find yourself or a loved one faced with it. Continue reading…

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Making Sense of ADHD

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Making Sense of ADHD

Options for Naturally Addressing the Symptoms of ADHD

The condition known as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has been assigned as a
diagnosis to children and adults alike. Up to 9% of teens and 4% of adults have shown signs and
common symptoms associated with a diagnosis of ADHD: difficulty concentrating, impulsiveness,
inability to sit still and excessive energy. Continue reading…

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Making Sense of Headaches – Causes and Cures

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Making Sense of Headaches – Causes and Cures

Headaches have affected 90% of the human population at some point in their life. 75% experience
episodes of headaches on a regular basis, 50% have had a severe headache and 12% have had a
migraine. These are amazingly high statistics.

Headaches can be categorized into four groups: tension headaches, migraine headaches, sinus
headaches and cluster headaches. Here is some information about each, with suggestions on how to
handle them when they show up, and a couple tricks to (hopefully!) avoid them altogether. Continue reading…

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