Women May Be At Greater Risk When Heading a Soccer Ball

As a result of having three daughters I read practically any and all research regarding concussion in girls and women. Based on the scant research that exists there is evidence there are clear differences between men/boys from women/girls in regards

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Spinal Adjustments To Increase Strength

There is a chiropractic researcher who is doing some just awesome work in New Zealand to measure the affect spinal adjusting has on the human nervous system. Data from her most recent study finds promise that we may be able

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A Concern for Patients Taking A Prescription Blood Thinner

Results from the RE-LY study finds a concern for patients taking a prescription blood thinner. The RE-LY study is the Randomized Evaluation of Long Term Anticoagulant Therapy, as the name suggests a study on the long term affects of taking

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Posted in Back Pain, Injury Prevention, Neck Pain, Wellness

Followup After Concussion is Important

Followup after concussion is important but a recent study found many concussed patients are not doing this vital step in their recovery. I have spent a lot of time over the past year studying concussion and its affects on all

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NSAIDs Increase the Risk for Cardiovascular Disease

Osteoarthritis is the term we use to describe degenerative joint disease. This is due to a breakdown of the tissue surrounding a joint due to increased loading. When a joint is abnormally loaded for a prolonged period of time the

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Concussions in Dance

So my three girls participate in dance at a local studio. This past weekend, June 9, they had their dance recital and all three of them did great. It was the 3.5 year old’s first time on stage like that

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Concussion in the News

I wanted to write a brief post on a few things I have seen in the news recently regarding concussions. In these instances of concussion in the news the first I wanted to point out is what happened to Cubs

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Chiropractic Care is Better Than Usual Medical Care

A new study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association no less, found that chiropractic care is better than usual medical care for low back pain. If you are reading this blog and familiar with chiropractic care this

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Resistance Exercise Good for Brain Health

The term cognitive impairment is a “catch-all” term to describe any impairment to cognition which is the mental action or process of acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience, and the senses. Cognitive impairment includes deficits in intelligence, learning disabilities

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May 2018 Women’s Health Workshop

May 2018 Women’s Health Workshop Join us Tuesday May 22 2018 for our workshop; Women’s Health According to Misty May. This workshop was created with the help of Misty May Treanor, the 3 time Olympic gold medalist in women’s beach

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