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Preparing for a Trip to Walt Disney World

Whoa! You must be wondering why there is a post about preparing for a trip to Walt Disney World in a chiropractic blog. I decided to create this post after my families previous visit to Walt Disney World and thought

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Posted in Back Pain, BStrong4Life, Exercise and Fitness, Injury Prevention, Neck Pain, Pediatrics

Osteoporosis Month 2015

This May is Osteoporosis Month 2015. The National Osteoporosis Foundation is the main sponsor of National Osteoporosis Month and is a member of the International Osteoporosis Foundation. Both have great resources for learning about osteoporosis, it’s risks, treatment, and steps

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Posted in BStrong4Life, Exercise and Fitness, Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis related fracture

A recent study found that osteoporosis related fractures are the major cause of hospitalization in older women. This study, published on December 3, 2014 in Mayo Clinic Proceedings, included women who where aged 55 years an older at time of

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Posted in BStrong4Life, Exercise and Fitness, Healthcare Policy and Politics, Injury Prevention, Osteoporosis

Treating Dowager’s Hump

The posture most associated with aging, Dowager’s Hump can be known as Buffalo Hump, Hunchback, and the technical/medical term hyperkyphosis. Any way you call it treating Dowager’s hump can be important for your health and physical well being.  For the

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Posted in Back Pain, BStrong4Life, Exercise and Fitness, Neck Pain, Wellness

Osteoporosis Awareness Month 2014; part 3

  The best way to reduce your risk for osteoporosis is to make healthy lifestyle choices. Those choices can be easy for some and hard for others, this all depends on what you have to “give up” in order to

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Osteoporosis Awareness Month 2014; part 2

Osteoporosis Awareness Month 2014; part 2 Osteoporosis is serious and becoming far too common. Each year the risk of suffering a fracture from osteoporosis is greater than the combined risk of suffering a heart attack, stroke, or breast cancer in

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Posted in BStrong4Life, Osteoporosis

Sagittal Balance

Having normal spinal sagittal balance is vitally important to human health and specifically physical health. Normal sagittal balance basically can be described as having normal upright ,posture. Normal upright posture includes your head centered over your shoulders, your shoulders centered

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Posted in Back Pain, BStrong4Life, Exercise and Fitness, Neck Pain, Wellness

Osteoporosis drug may increase risk for Atrial Fibrillation

Osteoporosis drug may increase risk for Atrial Fibrillation, says a recent study in the American Journal of Cardiology. The authors of this study suggest that the FDA should re-consider the atrial fibrillation (AF) risk with certain osteoporosis drugs.This study looks

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Posted in BStrong4Life, Osteoporosis, Wellness

Vibration Exercise to Improve Balance

One thing we do with BStrong4Life is to use vibration exercise to improve balance. While our primary focus is on building muscular and bone strength, improving balance is intertwined in the BStrong4Life program. There is no current published research on

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Vibration training builds bone in young men and women

I have posted quite a bit about whole body vibration training and the BStrong4Life system and its effects on building bone.  Most of the studies on this have been on older, specifically postmenopausal, women becuase they are at the greatest

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Posted in BStrong4Life, Exercise and Fitness, Osteoporosis

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